Andrew Russo

Andrew Russo, a finalist in the Van Cliburn Piano Competition as well as a graduate of the accliamed Julliard School of music with further studies abroad in Leipzig and Paris, will perform in Eppley Auditorium this weekend. During my Skype interview, he remarked upon his excitement for the opportunity to retun to Sioux City to perform. In referance to the recital series, Russo said, "I think that having theses outlets for people to hear great music is important."  

Adrian welcomes Rachael K. today on FD4T. Rachel is Siouxland Public Media's Development Director and she has been working with the good folks at Diving Elk to put together a fun event for our upcoming FUNd drive. It's called Cheers to Sioux and you can find out more about it on this edition of Food For Thought.

Cultural Continuum 10-12-18

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If downtown smells particularly good on your drive home, it's probably Artilicious at the Sioux City Art Center. Morningside College Piano Recital Series is back in action this weekend and there's a steady stream of things happening at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center.

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BBComingup next on The Exchange, we hear from the candidates for the Woodbury County Board of Supervisors and two of the candidates for the County treasures office.

The main issue on the supervisor's race is still the switch from Sioux Rivers Mental Health and Disabilities Service Region to Rolling Hills.  Flora spoke out against the move.

Mathew Ung has long been in favor of joining Rolling Hills

We also hear about a new effort engage our youngest children and talk with Pianist Andrew Russo.

Mix Tape Dance Party: Prime Time 10/10/18

Oct 11, 2018

On this week's Mix Tape Dance Party, we'll be celebrating our new 9 p.m., Wednesday night time slot, with our most eclectic playlist ever! We'll be listening to everyone from R.E.M. to Oasis to The Walters.

Today I would like to recommend one of my favorite classic novels, North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell. First published in 1855, this story follows Margaret Hale as she is uprooted from her comfortable home in the South of England when her father leaves his employment as a minister. They find themselves in Milton, and Northern industrial mill town where Margaret is initially repulsed by the ugliness of her new surroundings.

Hennessey Public Library

Like just about every other town from sea to shining sea, Hennesey, Oklahoma, will celebrate its own pioneer days this summer--parades and burgers, gospel quartets, and a mud bog full of slippery pigs. There’ll be more horses and cattle than your ordinary burg, because Main Street, Hennessey is the Chisolm Trail. In the 1870s, downtown Hennessey was the world's largest cattle yard.

Ten O'Clock Blues 10.06.18

Oct 8, 2018

Colin James digs into tonight's TOB. His new album is called Miles to Go, plus we have some local(ish) flava with Josh Hoyer from when his band was still called the Shadowboxers and we honor the memory of Otis Rush who passed away in late September.

Ten O'Clock Blues 9.29.18

Oct 8, 2018

Food For Thought - 10-05 Erin Webber-Dreeszen

Oct 5, 2018
Sioux City Journal

Fancy Watermelons, ice sculptures, beer, wine and cheese galore! It's all part of Artilicious which exists ostensibly to show people what is available for fall and winter catering at HyVee, but it's also a great way to get people in the door and think about art for awhile.