Big House Boy

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The Jameson name was associated with the South Dakota State Penitentiary for over four decades, George T. Jameson was Warden from 1920-1933 and his son G. Norton Jameson was warden from 1938-1963. Dr. Malcolm Jameson grew up with his Grandfather, Father and his family in the Warden's House. Mal spent countless hours living, learning and growing up in and around the state penitentiary.

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In Aberdeen: The Rustic Art of Log Furniture Making

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Keith A. Miller of K&A Log Furniture channels wood's inner beauty.

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Animal Mementos of a Missouri River Atlantis

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In downtown Chamberlain, six animal sculptures created by WPA artists are reminders of a submerged island Shangri-la.

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2017 State One-Act Play Results

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The 2017 State One-Act Play Festival took place in Aberdeen this week. Forty-four performances flooded the Johnson Fine Arts Center. Click for results...

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Paradise Lost Built from Chalk: The Story of the Rising Hail Colony

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Ruins hewn from Missouri River bank chalk rock are all that remains of a New Deal experiment in communal agriculture on the Yankton Sioux Reservation.

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Jazz Nightly Live: JAS Quintet

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JAS Quintet joined Karl Gehrke on Jazz Nightly for a live broadcast as a preview for their upcoming CD release show.

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Pierre Bliss on Capitol and Grand

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At Pure Bliss Bakery & Cafe, Laura Anderson brings fresh-baked, made-from-scratch flavor to the state capitol.

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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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