Another movie night with the SCSO with Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas played on the Orpheum screen while the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra plays the score, live. Also the DRC's Zombie Walk and Blood Crawl, and an author talks about Iowa POW camps during WWII.
Scottish percussionist, Evelyn Glennie helps the SCSO kick off their 104th season. There's Detroit soul at Vangarde, the Art Center has a grand re-opening and things are getting corny in Danbury and the Sioux City International Film Festival opens at the Promenade.
All three Sioux City brewerys will be offering their wares along with dozens of other brewers at the 16th Annual Nature Calls event Saturday, September 21st at the Sioux City Convention Center. There's also wine and auction items and hors d'oeuvres and we'll get to the details on this episode.
Burritos, Gyros, BBQ, Craft Beers, acres of Funnel Cakes and big ole' Turkey Legs! All that and some new stuff too. Adrian welcomes Dave Bernstein to talk about everything you can eat or drink at this year's Saturday in the Park Festival (hint: nothing you bring from your house)
Erik Martin and Rod Wellman have been home brewing for years but now they are making the switch from micro-batch home brewing to crafting beer for hopefully thousands at Marto Brewing Co. a new Brew Pub going in next door to the Promenade Theater in Downtown Sioux City.
Steins & Vines is going into its 5th year and will be taking up the floor of the Tyson Event Center tomorrow (2/16/19). Adrian caught up with Nick Gengler one of the coordinators in charge of putting this annual beer, wine and coffee event together.
Years ago Nisa Salmen fell in love with the white-chocolate raspberry mocha from a national coffee chain which set up a chain of events that led her to open a coffee shop of her own (and to start drinking real coffee.) Adrian welcomes Salmen, who just held the grand opening of that coffee shop, Hardline Coffee Co. last weekend. They discuss the burgeoning coffee culture here in Sioux City and starting a business downtown.
This is the last weekend to check out the National Music Museum for awhile, college theater at Morningside and Wayne, there's a smattering of hikes and an Elvis (Costello) collaborator, which is way different than an Elvis impersonator.
Brioux City is a fairly new brewery in Sioux City, located adjacent to a fairly old bar. Marty's Tap now offers four of Brioux City's offerings at any given time. Current selections include a Jalepeno Pineapple IPA, the Peanut Buddha Stout, the D.A.D. Cream Ale and a Lemon Haze. Also the 1st Annual Sioux City BriouxFest is on the horizen with lots of great local music on...err....on tap.
Guest Dave Winslow from Jackson St. Brewing stops by to talk with guest-host Steve Smith about his nearly 3 year old business, the brewing process, casks, whiskey barrels, IPA's, stouts, sours, and....Hamms, of course.