I was born in Montana and lived in a beautiful place where so many things were lush and green, that they nicknamed it “the Emerald City.” The colors there were brighter, the people shorter, the snow on the poppies - whiter. But everything wasn’t easy growing up. You never knew when some evil witch would wiz by and try to steal the ruby slippers right off your feet. Flying monkeys could drop-in when you least expected them, barging in when you were showering or re-stuffing your scarecrow! My first job was singing with ‘Lollipop Guild.' I tired of lederhosen pretty quickly and moved on to theatre, which is where Ben found me working as one of the foul-mouthed talking puppets in “Avenue Q”. He promised me baked goods and my own Vespa scooter, if I’d come to work with him and that was almost 24 years ago…still no scooter.
Survivors Joining for Hope Lighting Your Way Out of Darkness
Where can you turn after you lose a loved one to suicide? To a group who knows exactly what you're going through.
National Library of Medicine Exhibit Comes to Sioux Falls
George Washington and medicine. Believe it or not, one had an awful lot to do with the other.
South Dakota One of Best States for Drivers
We might all have our opinions about what driving is like in our city and state, but this is the picture that appears when only statistics are taken into account.
Babysitting Camps for Better Babysitters and Less Nervous Parents
Smart babysitters make for safer kids and less worried parents!
Sioux Falls Humane Society’s Christmas Wish List
It's the time of year to think about those furry friends waiting for forever homes.
Walk the Streets of Bethlehem This Weekend in Sioux Falls
Whether you're seeking to boost your holiday spirits or deepen your faith, this Sioux Falls tradition could be just the thing you need.
South Dakota Giving Tuesday More than Another Catchy Name
It's Giving Tuesday today, which means you can take the opportunity to give to a charitable organization that may have special meaning to you.
How Many Calories Are You Eating on Thanksgiving?
If you're counting calories, you're a better person than me, but more power to you.
Thanksgiving Dinner is Really (Sort Of) Good for You
Yes, we love Thanksgiving dinner, but truthfully, a lot of it is really good for us.
Gitchie Manitou Murders 45th Anniversary This Weekend
It has been 45 years since this horrendous event occurred in our area. I was honored to meet the inspiring lone survivor.