Black Hills Film Fest, "Jewish Pioneers of the Black Hills Gold Rush," and SD at the Intel International Science Fair
Dakota Midday - 05/12/2011
Alexa Vega is best known for playing Carmen Cortez in the Spy Kids film series and Shilo Wallace in "Repo! The Genetic Opera." Her latest film, "From Prada to Nada", will be showcased at the Black Hills Film Festival. She talks about the film, her career and more. Also, Ryan O'Nan discusses his film, "The Dry Land," about a soldier dealing with PTSD.
Ann Haber Stanton is the author of Jewish Pioneers of the Black Hills Gold Rush. She is giving a book signing today at the Adams Museum. She talks about the book and the history of the Black Hills.
Charles Rossow, a senior at Herreid High School, was accepted into the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. His environmental project dealing with bio-fuel has kept him in the running for the top prize. He tells about his project and the competition.
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