Photo Album: The Crow Creek Dakota Nation Wacipi

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This weekend, people from the Dakotas and Great Plains to the West Coast and Canada have converged on Fort Thompson to celebrate the 153rd annual Crow Creek Dakota Nation Wacipi.

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Chasing the Gap: Cowboys Face a Rigged Fight Against a New Breed of Bucking Bulls

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A broken neck couldn't stop South Dakota bull rider Clay Hindman from pursuing his dream. But as the bucking bull business harnesses science to create unrideable bulls, how much punishment can cowboys take? 

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The Last Days of Downton Abbey

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The cast and crew of Downton Abbey took to Instagram to document the final days of filming the series. From goodbyes to gags, see the people, places, and memories that actors Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, and Kevin Doyle made sure to snap! Join the conversation using hashtag #DowntonPBS.

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The Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant Gives People a Blast into the Past

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The Theater on the Prairie near De Smet, South Dakota continues their performance of “By the Shores of Lake Silver." Since 1951, people have flocked to De Smet for the annual Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant. There will be performances this weekend and next weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) during the evenings.

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American Masters : American Ballet Theatre : A History

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A new documentary about the American Ballet Theatre honors the world-renowned company’s 75th anniversary.

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Landmarks : The Selby Opera House

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The Selby Opera house has been a fixture at the heart of Selby, and Walworth County, for over a century. 

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Tavis Smiley Interviews Actor Isaiah Washington

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The NAACP Image and SAG Award winning actor, producer, activist and author talks about his role in the new film "Blackbird."

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Freeman Celebrates the 57th Annual Schmeckfest

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Freeman, South Dakota recently held the 57th annual Schmeckfest, a celebration of the traditional cuisines and cultures of the Mennonite communities who settled in the region.

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One Act Play: Selfie Wall

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Student's from around the state gathered in front of the SDPB Selfie Wall throughout the 2015 One Act Play Festival at O'Gorman High School in Sioux Falls this past weekend. 

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The South Dakota One-Act Play Festival Took Place In Sioux Falls Over The Weekend

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The 59th annual One-Act Play Festival was held at O’Gorman High School in Sioux Falls over the weekend. This one-of-a-kind theater event hosted 45 schools from around the state. 

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South Dakota Native January Jones Shares Photo Prior to SAG Awards

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South Dakota native and Hollywood actress January Jones, from the AMC television series Mad Men, got the public talking over the weekend. She posted a photo of herself from a Miss Teen South Dakota Pageant in the 1980’s.

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Huron Hosts 2014 State Oral Interpretation Festival

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The 105th State Oral Interpretation event took place in Huron, SD over the weekend, and for many, this event was an opportunity to showcase acting and theater skills. 

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Oral Interp Comes To Huron This Weekend

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The 105th annual Oral Interpretation festival will take place this weekend in Huron, SD. The event begins on Friday Oct. 5 and will finish up on the evening of Oct. 6. 

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Top-20 Christmas Movies

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Here's a list of the top-20 holiday Christmas movies to watch this season, according to the American Movie Channel.

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