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DEADWOOD —  Diamond Rio has announced a new date for their postponed show at Deadwood Mountain Grand that was scheduled originally for Oct. 27. The prolific hit makers will play the Grand’s Event Center on Sunday, July 12th. Any fans that still have tickets for the original date may use thos…

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DEADWOOD — One of the most prolific hit making bands in country music will be making a return trip to the Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center when Diamond Rio performs on Sunday, Oct. 27.

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SPEARFISH — Grab a lawn chair or blanket and head to the park for a free summer evening of entertainment! Current and classic movies will be shown at local parks this summer, and all movies are family friendly and shown on an outdoor screen. Movies begin at sunset, weather permitting, and to…

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SPEARFISH — The annual Canyon Acoustic Series, a free, outdoor summer series on Wednesdays from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Spearfish City Park bandshell, begins Wednesday, when Black River Revue performs. The rest of the lineup includes: July 3, Six Mile Road; July 10, Cole and the Thornes; July 17,…

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BROOKINGS — Though he won’t be sitting next to Fatback in the back seat of Grover’s beat-up old car as he tours South Dakota this summer, Kent Nerburn’s 2019 One Book Tour does bear similarities to the journey that led him to write “Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder.”

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STURGIS — In celebration of the formation of Meade County in 1889, this year’s Sturgis and Meade County Historical Society’s fifth annual History Day on Friday and Saturday, June 14-15, will celebrate the 130th anniversary of Meade County.

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BLACK HILLS — The 10th annual Black Hill Film Festival features 27 films including narratives and documentaries from South Dakota and around the world. Filmmakers from all over the world will be on hand after their film’s debut to answer audience questions. 

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SPEARFISH — Join Black Hills State University assistant professor of history Dr. Alex Lang at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 25 for the final faculty-led Geek Speak lecture of the semester titled, “Noise-Makers: Fascists and Music.” During the lecture, Lang will discuss how fascist themes are convey…

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DEADWOOD — Deadwood’s Forks, Corks, and Kegs citywide food and wine festival, the ultimate event for lovers of fine food and drink, is set for April 5-6. The event, in its sixth year, is expected to sell out for the fourth year in a row. Tickets sales leading up to the festival are trending …

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LEAD — The Gold Camp Players (GCP) community theater at Historic Homestake Opera House (HHOH) announces the performances for Stephen Karam’s Tony Award-winning dark comedy play, “The Humans” on March 22-24 and March 29-31, 2019. Friday and Saturday shows will start at 7 p.m. and Sunday matin…

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SOUTH DAKOTA — Students are welcome to participate in the 2019 South Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Contest. It is a free art and conservation contest open to South Dakota students K-12. Deadline for submissions is March 15.  The entries can be dropped off at the Booth Society Office or mailed to …

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DEADWOOD — A rising star in the magic community, South Dakota native Reza will bring his nationally touring show, “Edge of Illusion” to the Deadwood Mountain Grand stage on Saturday, March 2. 

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SPEARFISH — The South Dakota Music Education Association will present Middle School All State Orchestra, taking place at the Mitchell Performing Arts Center (Mitchell, SD) on Feb. 22-23, featuring Dakota Wesleyan University’s Bethany Amundson as conductor.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Not long before Election Day, 2016, Samira Ahmed completed the first draft of her novel, “Internment,” a dystopian narrative about the rounding up of Muslim-Americans.