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Museum of Visual Materials A Museum that encourages to touch?!
Modern Elegance Look Amazing at Formal
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Life of a New York Artist
March 2009 Vol. 1 Issue 3
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We are excited to announce that we are going to have March Music Madness all through the month ofâ€”you guessed itâ€”March. If you friend us on Myspace, become our fan on Facebook, and/or follow us on Twitter, you are automatically in the draw to be picked to win two tickets to an upcoming Pepper Entertainment show. Each Friday, starting February 27, we are going to choose someone at random from each social network, and that lucky person will win a ticket for them and a friend to attend the next Pepper Entertainment show.
So start adding, and you could be a winner!
The Mighty Bowtones, LLC Editor-in-Chief Alana Bowden Director of Sales and Marketing John Snyder Art Director Adam Lichty Cover Art by Holly Bowden Cover Photo by Ovidiu Stoica Photography Hauschildtâ€™s Photography Candace Ann Photography Rob Specht Ovidiu Stoica Amanda Ryrholm Mail correspondence to: 300 N. Cherapa Pl., Suite 504 Sioux Falls, SD 57103 For Advertising Inquiries Contact: John Snyder (605) 274-1999 firstname.lastname@example.org Check us out at: www.605magazine.com or www.myspace.com/605magazine.com 605 Magazine is printed monthly by The Mighty Bowtones, LLC in Sioux Falls and is distributed free all over the city. ÂŠ2009 605 Magazine. All rights reserved. Content in this magazine may not be copied in any way without written permission from the publisher. 605 Magazine assumes no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts or photographs. Materials will be returned only if accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Content in articles, editorial material and advertisements are not necessarily endorsed by 605 Magazine. The Mighty Bowtones, LLC does not endorse or condone consuming alcohol under the age of 21.
Rachel Palmer - Writer
Rachel grew up near the Black Hills in Rapid City and is a South Dakota native. She is currently attending the University of South Dakota and is in the process of earning a degree in English Education with a minor in music. As cliché as it may sound, Rachel has a passion for reading and writing—creative writing in particular. She enjoys tutoring students at Vermillion Middle School and volunteering at the W.H. Over Museum. For fun, Rachel loves to go on “road trips” and see her favorite bands and musicians live. In the future, Rachel hopes to become a secondary English teacher and keep herself busy as a freelance writer. Rachel features the Museum of Visual Materials this month.
Mary Dodson - Writer Mary is 28 years old and grew up in Spearfish, SD. She graduated from Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in theatre. At NSU Mary’s significant accomplishments included having poetry and a humorous sketch published in the Shelterbelt literary magazine, performing in ten main stage theatrical performances and winning three acting awards. In December 2008 she received her master’s degree in English literature from the University of South Dakota. This month Mary gives a look at South Dakota Symphony member Kathryn Huffnagle.
Sabina Mustic - Writer Sabina graduated from the University of South Dakota in May 2008 with a B.A. in English and German. She enjoys writing because it gives her satisfaction when she knows she worked hard and created something worth reading. Some of Sabina’s hobbies include reading, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and shopping. Sabina plans to attend graduate school sometime in the near future to get a master’s degree in Library Science. Check out Sabina’s true and false article on Gardasil ®.
Denise DePaolo - Writer Denise is from Sioux Falls and graduated from Washington High School in 2001. Since then, she has lived in Gainesville, Florida and traveled extensively. She and her husband Tony moved back to Sioux Falls in 2008. She is finishing up her English degree at the University of South Dakota and work as a bartender on weekends. Denise hopes to one day write for a living, but making drinks is a pretty cool job for now. She like adventures, jokes, and going to punk rock shows. Denise has two entertaining, yet helpful articles on spring break destinations for your budget and creative ways to ask someone to formal.
Amanda Ryrholm - Photographer Amanda is a 22-year-old senior at the University of Sioux Falls. She is graduating with an art major with an emphasis in photography and graphic design, and a minor in Entrepreneurial Studies. Amanda is the photographer for the school newspaper, and also has a love for music, friends, spaghetti and meatballs, milk, and the color green. Amanda provides helpful action shots to get those washboard abs for the visual learners.
Jamie Bulian - Writer Jamie is a 21-year-old senior at the University of South Dakota from Yankton. She is graduating in May with a major in communication studies and minors in both contemporary media and journalism and Spanish. Jamie is very involved with the university newspaper and the university weekly newscast. After graduation, Jamie plans to pursue a career in either advertising/marketing or public relations. In her spare time she loves to run, read, watch movies, and spend time with family and friends. This month Jamie gives tips on how to budget in The Scoop.
Kiel Mutschelknaus - Graphic Designer Kiel is originally from Brandon, SD and graduated from Augustana College with an art major and math minor in 2007. He is currently a graphic designer at Fresh Produce and has been since January ‘08. Kiel enjoys creating anything and everything. He hopes to continue working in the visual realm, hopes to write and draw an illustrated novel, open a “creative only” subscription shop, become an art professor, and make Sioux Falls the art mecca of the upper Midwest (watch yourself Minneapolis!). Kiel also “curates” a local arts blog called Graphic Content, at: desktopsoil.typepad.com/graphic_content Check out Kiel’s illustration this month with Denise’s article The Art of Asking: Formal Style.
Samantha Beeck - Writer Sam is 19-year-old from Sioux City, IA and is currently pursuing a journalism major at USD. She hopes to work at a fashion magazine when she graduates from college. When she is not being a student, Sam enjoys watching movies and going out to dinner. Her favorite pastime is reading any magazine she can get her hands on. Sam is very close to her family and can’t go more than 2 weeks with out going home. Sam shows you simple and quick ways to do your hair during spring break.
Kiley Barnes - Writer Kiley is native to Beresford, SD, but currently resides in Sioux Falls. She plans to graduate this May with an English writing degree from the University of Sioux Falls, where upon she will be faced with the difficult task of finding a real-life, boring job like a real-life, boring adult. Her dreams include traveling, freelance writing and one day publishing a successful children’s book. In her leisure time, she enjoys good music, good food, and good friends along with some dancing, too. Scared for the beach? Kiley tells you how to get washboard abs in the fitness section.
Holli Rausch - Graphic Designer Originally from Hawarden, IA, Holli graduated from Dakota State University with a major in Graphic Design and minors in Art and Center of Excellence. It was at DSU that she took her first graphic design class, Illustrator, and Holli’s been a vector fan-girl ever since. (Though she dabbles in all things design, Illustrator was her first true-love.) She’s currently working as a temporary Publishing Specialist with the City of Sioux Falls and works on projects in her freetime. Around town, you might find Holli fueling her photography interest, acting in her husband’s film projects, baking goodies for coworkers and friends, or frequently hitting her head on something. You can find all you need to know about her at HolliRausch.com or follow her on Twitter, @holli_joi.
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March Event Calendar
Beyond Borders: Book Reviews
A Taste of Sarcasm
Pepper Entertainment: Init Fest and Lunar Funk Theory
Get Involved: YPN
Life, Love and Laughter 16
COVER: Multi-faceted Artist and Entrepreneur Matt Burns
21 Why Don’t Ya Do Somethin’?: Museum of Visual Materials 23
The Scoop: Budgeting During Tough Economic Times
25 The Real Deal: Kathryn Hufnagle 26
He Said, She Said...
The Art of the Ask: Formal Style
“I WANT TO TAKE WORK THAT EXCITES ME, FRIGHTENS ME, OR INSPIRES ME. “ - Former Sioux Falls native, Brooklyn actor/writer/entreprenuer Matt Burns. Photo by Ovidiu Stoica
Ask the Johns
In the Matter of Nick Kotzea...
Spring Break For the Budget
Quiz: Are You A Bad Listener?
Fashion and Beauty 35 What Chu Need 37 What’s Boss/Get Lost 38
Fashion: Modern Elegance
Fun and Eﬀortless Spring Break Hair
Poll of the Month
What Do You Want to See more of Next Issue?
Fitness and Health 44 How to Get Washboard Abs
20.9% Restaurant Reviews
47 Gardasil®: What You Need to Know 23.88% Young Community Leaders
25.37% Local Music
19.4% Upcoming Events
35 Check our oﬃcial website for next month’s poll and be part of the next issue!
R ev i e w s
March 3, 5, 27, 28 7 p.m.
UNITY THE BAND w/ Anchondo A Tribute to Bob Marley, presented by Pepper Entertainment
Sioux Falls Arena. Skyforce games.
Nutty’s North. 18+
chipped for $20 Includes free registration. For more information, call (605)338-4441 or visit www. sfhumanesociety.com.
March 14 Grooming Training
The Pink Floyd Experience
ONE.BE.LO w/Trey Lane presented by Pepper Entertainment
Sioux Falls Area Humane Society. Must be a SFAHS Volunteer participate. For more information, call (605)338-4441 or visit www.sfhumanesociety.com.
Sioux Falls Arena. Stampede games.
INIT Fest presented by Pepper Breath and Here Lies the Traitor dual CD release show, Entertainment. presented by Pepper 6 p.m. Nutty’s North. Read music section Entertainment 6 p.m.
for more information on lineup. All ages.
Washington Pavilion. Ticket prices range $18 to $32. Visit www. thepinkfloydexperience.net or call 9 p.m. (605) 367-7397 for more informa- Nutty’s North. 18+ tion.
March 4, 17, 25 Stampede Games 7:05 p.m.
Derek Post CD release show with Liquid Thin, presented by March 14 New Volunteer Orientation Pepper Entertainment. 9 p.m.
Nutty’s North. 18+
Sioux Falls Area Humane Society. Must be pre-approved to attend. For more information, call (605)338-4441 or visit www.sfhumanesociety.com.
March 7 Pet Therapy Training 9 a.m.
Sioux Falls Area Humane Society. Must be a SFAHS Volunteer to participate. For more information, call Microchip Day (605)338-4441 or visit www.sfhu- 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sioux Falls Area Humane Socimanesociety.com. ety. Have your dog or cat Micro-
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Nutty’s North. All ages.
March 20 Operation Prom Dress: Ultimate Girl’s Night Out 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 Lincoln Hills Bible Church. Free prom dress and more! You can receive an appointment time at the event for Saturday, March 21st, to pick out your perfect, free prom dress, meet with make-up and hair consultants and register for your FREE Prom Day Package (includes: hair, nails and make-up done the day of your prom). Registration deadline for Operation
Prom Dress is March 13 and can be done by sending your name and number to email@example.com or calling (605)334-8111.
March 27 Lunar Funk Theory CD release show featuring Enchanted Ape, presented by Pepper Entertainment 6 p.m. Nutty’s North. 6 p.m. (All ages) 9 p.m (18+).
March 29 Storm game 3:05 p.m. Sioux Falls Arena
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