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.
2019 Downtown Sioux Falls Loft Tour This Weekend
You'll be wowed by the living spaces you'll see on this tour!
Centerville Tornado Days a Whirlwind of Activities
The big schedule for this wonderful small town will keep you very busy!
‘Neither Wolf Nor Dog’ Author Comes to Sioux Falls
Meet the author of this year's One Book South Dakota selection.
Great Plains Zoo ‘Zippity Zoo Day’ This Weekend
Make this a family adventure this weekend!
Live Like Cat, Not Just a Message, But a Mission
Live Like Cat is a message and a mission. It's a memorial to a short life, lived well and an effort to continue the work she wanted to do.
June’s Best Buys Reflect Summer Opportunities for Sprucing Up
Spruce up your home and yourself with these best buys for the month of June.
Sioux Falls Festival of Cultures Celebration This Weekend
You'll love the food and you might just lose yourself in the music and dancing!
Avera Breast Cancer Conference Embraces Survivors and Caregivers
Survivor, fighter, or caregiver--this conference is for you!
Everything You Need to Know About Harrisburg Days 2019
There really is something for everybody at this traditional summer celebration!
How Healthy is South Dakota’s Economy
It apparently depends on who and what you ask.