Heavy Metal Rebel: Bob Stewart is Still Taking Tuba to New Lows

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And he might be the only Sioux Falls native to have played with Charles Mingus, Gil Evans and McCoy Tyner.

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Dakota Discovery Museum to Exhibit Art by South Dakota Youth

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The Youth Art Show — opening February 29 — offers students the opportunity to highlight their work in a gallery setting and have it evaluated by professional artists.

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Gallery Documents Oscar Howe's Long Legacy at the Corn Palace

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A new permanent gallery at the Corn Palace documents the years (1948-71) that Howe made the grain temple a canvas for his vision.

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Sioux Falls, South Warhola: Pop Art Hits the Plains

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Prints by Andy Warhol are featured in a new exhibit at Augustana University’s Eide/Dalrymple Gallery.

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At Artists of the Plains Show, Artist Ray Kelly Reaches a Long Sought Goal

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Ray Kelly of Tea will exhibit for the first time — along with over 20 other regional artists — at the 36th annual Artists of the Plains Art Show & Sale this weekend in Sioux Falls.

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Moving Targets

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What motivates the bullfighters at the Black Hills Stock Show?

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Frontier Sheroes

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Joyce Jefferson recreates the lives of pioneering African American women in South Dakota.

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Could the Frozen Pants Craze Sweeping the Twin Cities Take South Dakota by Storm?

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"I would like to challenge South Dakota," says Minneapolis pants artist.

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Downton Abbey Finale Teas Saturday, March 5th

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A sneak preview of the Downton Abbey finale at 12 South Dakota locations. With tea!

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Dreaming of a Gettysburg Address

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How the Homestead Act and a sense of comradery lured a small band of Civil War veterans to Gettysburg, South Dakota.

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Vermillion Via NYC: "New Union / Re Union" Unites Poetry With Art

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Fifty artists, who “know Vermillion and/or the area intimately well,” work to the poetry of Cynthia Nibbelink Worley, of Harlem, NYC.

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The Cowboy Memoirist and the Kennebec Kid

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At 14, Jack Ashcraft of Lyman County was commissioned to create a series of drawings for a cowboy classic.

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8 Tips for Photographing the 2015 Geminid Meteor Shower

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You don't have to be a pro to grab some Instagrammable shots of the shooting 'stars.'

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Landmarks: Restoring a Yankton Treasure Nearly Lost

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At Yankton's historic Mead Building, a dedicated crew of craftspersons works to preserve the architectural remnant of Dr. Leonard Mead's altruistic vision.

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The Christmas on the Prairie Concert Returns to Hoven

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The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra graces the historic St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church with sounds of the season this Sunday.

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