Episode 32 features a 'round the picnic table conversation with the show's unpaid staff

I'm joined by local musician Boston Steve from H2O.  First face to face interview now as pandemic restrictions loosen. 

This week's conversations include Levitt at the Falls Executive Director Nancy Halverson and Kevin Gansz from the Old Courthouse Museum. Both address how their organizations are going forward despite the pandemic.

Episode 29 features Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society Executive Director, Alex Gilbert-Schrag talks about how the organization is handling the pandemic including the Virtual Concert Series.  Nick Burke and Michael Sorenson from Duel Purpose join us to talk about the dual purpose they have and promote Saturday's virtual Prom Night.

Episode 28 features Sioux Empire Arts & Entertainment Conversations with local theatre icon Kim Bartling and Sioux Falls Stage publisher Luke Tatge.

Arts South Dakota Executive Director Jim Spiers joins me this week to talk about the resiliency of artists and performers during the pandemic as well as some financial relief opportunities.

Boss' Comedy Club's Nathan Hults talks about how the pandemic has hurt business as a performer and club manager. Hypnotist/Comedy Magician Jesse Moffitt is usually busy this time of year performing at after prom parties. He addresses how the pandemic has hurt his wallet as well.  

It's Episode 25 and time to find the silver lining! What do you do when there's no baseball? You talk baseball movies with the author of Baseball's No Hit Wonders, Dirk Lammers.  Emily Wilson was supposed to perform in the Monstrous Little Theatre production of Melancholy Play. It was postponed to this fall. But she joins the show to talk about the situation as well as her acting career.

Episode 24 is regrettably short due to the lack of Arts & Entertainment taking place because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Episode 23 comes out in the midst of a superstitious week. First there was the time change, then a full moon and tomorrow a Friday the 13th!  First we have the guys from Six Feet Over. Then Laura Kreiser goes through the House of Holly to learn more about Howard the Friendly Ghost. 

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