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Before the Oasis

October 6, 2015
I-90 travelers know about Al’s at Oacoma, but why not take a break in Brule County?

Ham and pears are delicious on their own, but together they make a unique fall sandwich.

A Unique Pearing

October 1, 2015
Inspired by the belief that anything can become a sandwich.

Monarch with colorful wildflowers at Lake Herman State Park.

Farewell to the Monarchs

September 30, 2015
Photographing one of nature’s most mysterious migrations.

The West and the Universe

September 23, 2015
Readers and writers rendezvous at the Festival of Books.

Land of the Burnt Thigh

September 22, 2015
Beautiful country and Lakota culture abound in Todd County.

Sweet Corn for Winter

September 17, 2015
Summer’s bounty can last all year.

From Farm to Table

September 16, 2015
Any cut of meat can be delicious, as long as you know how to cook it.

Of Birds and Baseball

September 8, 2015
They’re both part of life in Spink County.

Apple Pie Granitas provide the flavors of fall in a cool summer treat.

Apple Pie on Ice

September 3, 2015
Beat the dog days of summer with a fall-inspired treat.

The Ultimate Survivor

September 2, 2015
The life and legend of Hugh Glass comes alive in a new sculpture and an upcoming major motion picture.

Storm clouds over a barn and silo east of Dell Rapids.

Dramatic Summer Skies

August 26, 2015
Beauty comes after the storm.

Moved by Water

August 25, 2015
Life in Campbell County has often revolved around the mighty Missouri River.

Legendary singer Sherwin Linton in his hometown of Hazel in 1975.

Our Fair Tour

August 24, 2015
The watermelon and South Dakota stories are on us.

While missing some elements of a classic Eggs Benedict, masa cakes and fresh garden salsa make this version light and flavorful.

Bed or Breakfast?

August 20, 2015
You’ll ignore the snooze button with this new take on Eggs Benedict.

A Modern-Day Homesteader

August 19, 2015
Meet Morgan Kontz, South Dakota Magazine’s new online ag columnist and a first-generation farm wife.

This 1967 photo shows University of South Dakota Students watching for the Dakota Days Parade in front of the old Co-Ed Theater (now Coyote Twin).

On with the Shows

August 13, 2015
A new non-profit organization gives Vermillion Theaters new life.

The Spirituality of Hanson County

August 11, 2015
Lakes, rivers, shrines and the inspiring story of two martyrs offer opportunities for quiet reflection.

Locally grown sweet corn is a late summer treat.

Neighborhood Shopping

August 6, 2015
Forget the store. The best sweet corn comes from the back of a pickup.

Flute Master

August 5, 2015
How Bryan Akipa keeps a Native musical tradition alive.

A patch of black-eyed Susan along the hiking trail at Lake Vermillion Recreation Area.

The Season of Color

July 29, 2015
South Dakota is most vibrant during summer.

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