Inspired by an Ancestor's Vision, Anthony Horse Road Is Resurrecting a Lakota Tradition

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The artist spoke to SDPB about reading porcupine quill work, discovering artistic methods through ceremony, and saving lives through art.

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New Rabbi, Old Tradition

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Rabbi Mendel Alperowitz, who recently became the state's only rabbi, will host this year's public menorah lighting in Sioux Falls.

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The Art of Christmas: Wakonda

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The stained glass Nativity scene at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church.

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2016 Mount Marty Vespers Concert

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The 2016 Mount Marty College Vespers Performance, entitled “Angelorum Canticum,”

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A Retirement Celebration for Owen DeJong

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On Wednesday, December 14, SDPB celebrated the career of longtime Morning Classics host Owen DeJong with a morning of memories, friends and great music.

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Video: At the 2016 Lakota Nation Invitational Art Show

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SDPB visited with St. Francis Indian School art instructor Scott Fishel, and one of his star student artists, Whisper Crow Dog, at the Lakota Nation Invitational Art Show.

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Finding the Silent Guide on Stoneman Hill

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A buoy beckons in Haakon County's sea of grass.

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2016 Mount Marty College Vespers Concert Preview

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An excerpt from the 2016 Mount Marty College choral ensemble Vespers concert at the Bishop Martin Marty Chapel that will be televised on SDPB TV on December 24.

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SDPB Archives: South Dakota Pearl Harbor Survivor Stories

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In the year 2000, SDPB met up with the South Dakota chapter of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association.

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My Friends, Namaste: Dr. Rick Holm

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In our new new blogs series from Tom Dempster, he talks with his good friend Dr. Rick Holm of SDPB's "On Call" about the challenges of a pancreatic cancer diagnosis.

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2016 State Oral Interpretation Awards

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The state oral interpretation festival took place at Harrisburg High School on Friday and Saturday. Here are the award winners in all three classes of competition.

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The World Inside Andrew Kosten's Brookings Basement

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Intaglio printmaker Andrew Kosten conjures up an alternate world of strange, oddly familiar creatures.

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SDPB Archives: Home on the Range with Kyle Evans

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In an archived SDPB film from 1989, we listen to South Dakota's Centennial Troubadour Kyle Evans sing "Home on the Range".

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Harrisburg Set To Host 2016 State Oral Interpretation Festival

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This year, students from 89 South Dakota high schools will compete in the 107th Annual SDHSAA State Oral Interpretation Festival on Friday and Saturday December 2 and 3 at Harrisburg High School in Harrisburg, SD.

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2016 Christmas at the Capitol

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The annual Christmas tree lighting event at the SD State Capitol in Pierre.

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