Happy Thanksgiving from The Dave Holly Hour. Feast your ears on great conversations with Cindy Bahe & Mike Henriksen as they talk about their latest book Genuine Journeys of Life, Volume Two. Then get the sticks out for drummers Dan Heier & Al Berven.

Anita Davis works in a few mediums making art she hopes will make you smile. Speaking of mediums, Laura Krieser is one and now has a podcast, Not Quite Cold, that brings that into play. Plus the Weekend Eve Toast and Honorable Mention. Listen and enjoy great conversations.

Thankul to have the freedom to do a show about Sioux Empire Arts & Entertainment, Whatever freedoms you're thankful for, thank a veteran today on Veteran's Day. Episode 105 puts us on the dance floor as LIsa Conlin and Ragan O'Connor give the details of next week's Blue Heaven dance performance. Then we talk stage, improv, roasting and comedy with Emily Wilson. Plus the usual Weekend Eve Toast and Honorable Mention.

This week we learn all about Arts South Dakota from its Community Development Director, Andrew Reinartz & Communications Coordinator Sarah Larson. Then we're joined by Alexondrea Thong Vahn. She can sing. She can act. She can create. She'll even paint the set. We toast the arts teachers on Weekend Eve. I almost made my own Honorable Mention, but came in second. Listen to findout who actually got the Honorable Mention.

Call Episode 103 the extended play as it has THREE great Arts & Entertainment conversations and gives you a very full hour-and-a-half. The Neon Horizon band has an outdoor Front Porch Halloween Bash Saturday. Band members Mark Gillespie and Michael Pearson tell us all about it. Then trombonist Ken Hoyne has been playing the horn since childhood. We learn how he got started and what he loves about it. Madison Lynn Rimmer is a creator/actor/singer that stays very busy in the local aArts & Entertainment community. Plus the Weekend Eve Toast and Honorable Mention.

Been wanting to have Denham on the show for sometime. Episode 102 is sometime. The very talented entertainer tells us about his music and shows. Then the Sioux Falls Roller Derby is starting up. We learn about it from a couple of its members.

This week you have a chance to win tickets to the Keloland Living Arts & Crafts Show. Learn how on episode 101. Speaking of, Courtney Hardie has been busy putting that show together. She gives us the details and talks about her own art. Then it's always entertaining when musician Reuben Rodriguez is on the podcast. He also makes a helluva dessert!

It's time top celebrate, pop the cork on Weekend Eve and enjoy Episode number 100! The tables are turned as we hit the century mark. Special guest host is Brittany Hanson. Her conversation is with...wait for it....me! Had a great time chatting with her and she did a superb job leading the conversation. Make sure to catch the kind words previous guests say about the show. Plus the Honorable Mention is truly amazing!

Feeling nerdy? Shane Gerlach from SiouxperCon is the feature conversation on Episode 99. He tellos us all about this weekend's festivities. Plus make sure to listen for the Weekend Eve Toast and HOnorable Mention. Hard to imagine the next episode will be the century mark.

Conversations in episode 98 were recorded at R Wine Bar...including the R behind the bar, Riccardo Tarabelsi. He talks of how his establishment has become a great atmosphere for live music. Then we chat with local author Kale Lawrence about her new book The Magi Menagerie. Make sure to listen for the Weekend Eve toast and Honorable mention.

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