The Marquee

Mike Langley

More than 100,000 Iowans filed for unemployment benefits in the first two weeks of massive business closings.  The person in charge of Iowa Workforce Development called the situation “staggering”.  People from all kinds of backgrounds wondering when will they go back to work?  Many rely on seeing people face-to-face for their livelihoods, including singer-songwriter and music teacher Mike Langley.  The Sioux City artist tells Siouxland Public Media how he has modified his business in this new age of isolation.

Cultural Continuum 12-06-19

Dec 6, 2019

Christmas at Morningside, The Northwestern College Vespers, A Briar Cliff Christmas and the USD Symphony's presentation of the Nutcracker Suite are all happening this weekend. Jack Klatt brings roots rock to Vangarde and a bunch of local bands pretend to be other bands at the Marquee.

Cultural Continuum 11.08.19

Nov 8, 2019

Johnny Winter's hand-picked side man, Paul Nelson returns to Vangarde Arts. Learn how to make rope at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. We celebrate Spring with the SCSO and we'll try our hand at pickin' and grinnin' at the Betty Strong Encounter Center.

Cultural Continuum 8-16-19

Aug 16, 2019

Pass the hard tack, reenactors will stage what it was like during the Lewis & Clarke Expedition this weekend for the annual Sgt. Floyd Memorial Encampment. Also the Le Mars Postal Playhouse spread Rumors and it's a Bald the Knight event for Riverssaince.

Cultural Continuum 5-03-19

May 3, 2019

Cultural Continuum returns after a bit of a layoff and it's Cinco de Mayo this week.  Also Watermelon Slim returns to Vangarde and Sioux City Chamber Music Association wraps up the year with a look ahead to a Carnegie Hall concert with a couple of gents with Sioux City ties.

Cultural Continuum 3-15-19

Mar 15, 2019

Sioux City Rockestra is back! Also there's theater all over the place, there's Celtic music to celebrate the man that drove the rats out of Ireland, and Siouxland Civic Dance presents Cinderella.

Cultural Continuum 2-15-19

Feb 15, 2019

Some theater in Vermillion and South Sioux, a big weekend for the NAACP and a chance to get outside and count some birds at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. For history nuts, The American Revolution is the focus of a lecture at the Betty Strong Encounter Center, while the Sioux City Public Museum takes a gander at more local history at the next History at High Noon.

Cultural Continuum 6-01-18

Jun 1, 2018

Ten O'Clock Blues 5.12.18

May 13, 2018

Cultural Continuum 4-06-18

Apr 6, 2018
Visit Sioux City

Ode plays at the Marquee with opening act Edem Soul Music, there's art at the Benson Building and we blast off into a month of One Book One Siouxland with Margot Lee Shetterly's, Hidden Figures.

Cultural Continuum 12-15-17

Dec 15, 2017

Food For Thought - 3-09 Kelly Quinn

Dec 8, 2017

Cultural Continuum 10-20-17

Oct 20, 2017

Opera Singer/Archeologist, Clark Sturdevant comes home to sing in Sioux City, lots of live music during the Fall Fundraiser a look at the history of impeachment at Morningside College and the Jazz Ambassadors perform at SCCT.

Cultural Continuum 8-25-17

Aug 25, 2017

Cultural Continuum 5-19-17

May 19, 2017