Jazz Nightly LIVE: The Suspects

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Black Hills band the Suspects joined Jazz Nightly for a live performance at the SDPB Rapid City studios.

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Jazz Nightly LIVE: Brian Hanegan

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Saxophonist Brian Hanegan is the Director of Jazz Studies and Assistant Professor of Music at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He directs the Northlanders Jazz Ensemble, Northlanders Jazz Combo, and coordinates the annual Jazz on the Upper Great Plains Festival. He joined us in our Sioux Falls Studios.

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Jazz Nightly LIVE: JAS Quintet

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The JAS Quintet joined Jazz Nightly for a live performance in the SDPB Sioux Falls studios with new music from the band’s second album, “Bird Ritual Interrupted.”

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Jazz Nightly LIVE: Alex Massa

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Trumpeter/composer Alex Massa grew up in Rapid City and is now based in Chicago. He was back home for a series of shows with his Chicago trio in late March and they stopped by the SDPB Rapid City studios for a live performance on Jazz Nightly.

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Outdoors: Off-Trail from the Badlands' Sheep Mountain Table to "The Horn"

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Sometimes the real action is under the Table.

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Chislic and Beyond

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From growing up in the "chislic circle" to being an official judge at the new South Dakota Chislic Festival, SDPB's Heather Benson gives us the low-down on South Dakota's state "nosh".

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Fiddles & Friends Returns!

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Famed South Dakota fiddlers return to the stage in Rapid City & Renner with special guest Jami Lynn.

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Vanished South Dakota: Ordway

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Platted in 1881, the town of Ordway in Brown County once had aims of being a territorial capital.

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Space Age South Dakota--Full Documentary

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SDPB's newest documentary chronicles the individual and institutional efforts from South Dakota that made the space race possible.

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Tradition and Nutrition: an Interview with Lakota Nutritionist Kibbe McGaa Conti

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On the new documentary "RETURN: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health and Spirit."

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Jazz Nightly Live in Rapid City!

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Karl Gehrke hosts SDPB’s Jazz Nightly live from the Black Hills Studios, and you’re invited.

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SDPB Archives: Temples of Justice

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As we await producer Stephanie Rissler's newest documentary, Vanished South Dakota: Towns of Yesterday, we decided to take a dive into our digital library and re-watch her 2015 documentary on South Dakota's 45 courthouses and the colorful stories behind them, Temples of Justice.

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Moment in Sound: Jami Lynn

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Singer/Songwriter Jami Lynn joined us in our Sioux Falls Studios to talk about her inspiration and share a few of her original songs with the audience.

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Friends of SDPB and BIT Employees Retire

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SDPB extends heartfelt gratitude to several employees who are retiring this month from the Friends of SDPB and the Bureau of Information & Telecommunication (BIT).

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High School Rodeo: Labors of Love

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Ann Sundermann has been the Executive Secretary of the South Dakota High School Rodeo Association (SDHSRA) for 14 years. Sundermann and her husband live near Baltic, SD, where they farm, raise cattle and horses, and run a manufacturing business.

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