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APRIL 2021

VOL. 13 | NO. 3

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Passionate Pursuit: Walnut & Pine Design MID-CENTURY & MORE CHELSEY HOME

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CONTENTS VOL. 13 | NO. 3

APRIL 2021

THIS MONTH’S FEATURES

HOME + LIVING 14 24 34

COOL IN CUSTER | PINE PALACE MID-CENTURY & MORE | CHELSEY HOME PASSIONATE PURSUIT | WALNUT & PINE DESIGN

IN EVERY ISSUE

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ART + DESIGN 64 74

HANG OUT WITH | CAMERON STALHEIM MEET THE CREATIVE | KLAIRE A. LOCKHEART

EVENTS 8 10

6 THINGS EVENT CALENDAR

FOOD + DRINK 44 86 88

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HOME + LIVING 54

605 STOPS BY | THE LOFT ON PHILLIPS

LIFESTYLE 98

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It’s not every day you get to meet someone who you geek out over on Instagram. I stumbled upon Kelli Shaw’s profile for Walnut & Pine Design and thought, “This can’t be a real house.” Not only was it a real house, but it was her house she designed. Not only that, but it also featured her equally amazing vacation rental in Custer, Pine Palace. Not only that, but you can hire her to help make your house or space just as creative. My mind was blown. See what I mean on page 14 and 34.

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EVENTS

SKEDADDLE HALF MARATHON

6 things to do this month

Due to the possibility of cancellations, please check event websites/social media posts before attending.

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Downtown Brookings Eggapalooza and Golden Egg Hunt April 1-4 DOWNTOWN | BROOKINGS | TIMES VARY

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Start off the month by wandering into downtown Brookings for the Downtown Brookings Eggapalooza’s “eggstra special” deals in the form of events, discounts, giveaways, and products. To participate in the Golden Egg Hunt, grab a passport from any one of the participating businesses. At each of those locations, get a stamp and turn in the collection to get a shot at winning a prize. MORE INFO: BROOKINGSCHAMBER.ORG.

Downtown Res taur ant Week April 2-10 DOWNTOWN | SIOUX FALLS | ALL DAY Experience the flavor of downtown Sioux Falls by visiting these seven restaurants during Downtown Restaurant Week: Chef Lance’s on Phillips, CRAVE Food & Drink, DaDa Gastropub, Minervas Restaurant & Bar, Ode to Food & Drink, Parker’s Bistro, and R Wine Bar. Each restaurant is offering a special Restaurant Week menu for only $40 per guest. Each person has a choice of an appetizer to start the meal, a main course, and a dessert. MORE INFO: DTSF.COM.

Forks, Corks, & Kegs: Food, Wine and Beer Fes tival April 9-10 DOWNTOWN | DEADWOOD | TIMES VARY On April 9 and 10, Forks, Corks, & Kegs: Food, Wine and Beer Festival will come to Deadwood for the eighth year. Deadwood restaurant favorites will have features to taste and a complimentary drink to pair with it for anyone over 21. Attend various events like Wine Around Deadwood, Appetizer Crawl, and Deadwood Dine Around. The Grand Tasting will be the cherry on top at Deadwood Mountain Grand. Listen to music while tasting items from different vendors. MORE INFO: DEADWOOD.COM.

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L adies’ Day Out April 17 CITYWIDE | MITCHELL | TIMES VARY Stroll through Mitchell on a Saturday to participate in Mitchell Main Street’s annual Ladies’ Day Out. Pick up a passport and get it marked at all of the participating businesses to be entered in a drawing for a chance to win one of three prizes. A handful of the participating businesses are Adorn Boutique, The Depot Pub & Grill, Sun Gold Sports, and BR The Diamond Store. MORE INFO: MITCHELLMAINSTREET.COM.

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Bl ack Hills Dance Fes tival 25th Anniversary April 22-24 RUSHMORE PLAZA CIVIC CENTER | RAPID CITY | TIMES VARY After being canceled due to the pandemic in 2020, the Black Hills Dance Festival is back for its 25th anniversary event. During the day, learn to dance with your partner, or conquer the dance floor by yourself. Whether or not dancing is your thing, try swing dance, country, Latin, or line dance. At the end of the night, wow everyone with your new routines during the evening dances. Dress for the theme of Latin Nights. MORE INFO: BLACKHILLSDANCEFESTIVAL.COM.

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2021 Skedaddle Half Mar athon April 25 605 RUNNING CO. | SIOUX FALLS | 7 A.M. Get involved with the community and 605 Running Company to traverse a scenic course for the 2021 Skedaddle Half Marathon. Throughout the weekend, participate in events, pick up 605 Running Company merch, and immerse yourself in the thrill of the run. MORE INFO: RUN605.COM.


EVENTS

A PR I L 202 1 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

ABERDEEN

2-3

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+ABERDEEN WINGS

VS. MN WILDERNESS Odde Ice Center, Aberdeen. 7:15 p.m. More info: aberdeenwings.com.

8-10

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+THE PIRATES OF

PENZANCE OPERA

Jewett Theater, Aberdeen. Times vary. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

VS. BISMARCK BOBCATS

Odde Ice Center, Aberdeen. 7:15 p.m. More info: aberdeenwings.com.

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+ROADRUNNERS PANCAKE FEED

Yelduz Shrine Center, Aberdeen. 9 a.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

30 _____________________________ +SWING DANCE

Yelduz Shrine Center, Aberdeen. 6 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

CUSTER

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+SPRING SIOUX SHOOTOUT

Big Sioux Recreation Area, Brandon. All day. More info: facebook.com.

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+ANALISA MARIE

Bertz Beergarden, Beresford. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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+CHAMBER ANNUAL SPRING FLING

Laughing Water Restaurant, Custer. 5:30 p.m. More info: custersd.com.

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Downtown, Brookings. Times vary. More info: brookingschamber.org.

9-10

+MUSIC

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+SPRING FLING

+5TH ANNUAL

Mueller Center, Hot Springs. 9 a.m. More info: hotsprings-sd.com.

Highland Conference Center, Mitchell. Noon. More info: mitchellmainstreet.com.

HOME + GARDEN SHOW

HUDSON

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+FORKS, CORKS,

+DIABLO SAMMICH

Downtown, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwood.com.

Waddy's Bar & Grill, Hudson. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

AND KEGS

ROCKING

16-17 _____________________________

MITCHELL

1-3

+SPRING COMEDY

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Wooden Legs Brewing, Brookings. Times vary. More info: eventbrite. com.

+ACL REGIONAL CORNHOLE

Corn Palace, Mitchell. Times vary. More info: mitchellmainstreet.com.

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ELLSWORTH

Swiftel Center, Brookings. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

CHESTER

17

PIERRE/FORT PIERRE

24

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+HOPPY EARTH DAY

Drifters Bar & Grille, Fort Pierre. 2 p.m. More info: fortpierre.com.

30

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+RADIUM GIRLS

3-4

MARK MCFARLAND

+HIPPITY HOP TROT

The Back 40, Mitchell. Times vary. More info: facebook.com

5K

Ellsworth Air Force Base. Times vary. More info: eventbrite.com.

HOT SPRINGS

PARTY

3

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+HOT SPRINGS

CHAMBER EASTER EGG HUNT

Veterans Home, Hot Springs. 10 a.m. More info: hotsprings-sd.com.

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2-3

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5-10 +BRUCE NEUBERT + _____________________________

+ADULT PROM The Shipwreck Bar and Grill, Chester. 7 p.m. More info: facebook. com.

MITCHELL BRIDAL SHOW

Grand Opera House, Pierre. 7:30 p.m. More info: pierreplayers.com.

SPECIAL

+IV PLAY

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DEADWOOD

BROOKINGS

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BERESFORD

+GET INVOLVED

BRANDON

+EGGPALOOZA AND 16, 24 _____________________________ GOLDEN EGG HUNT +ABERDEEN WINGS

+SPORTS

9-11, 16-18

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+FOUR WEDDINGS + AN ELVIS

Area Community Theatre, Mitchell. Times vary. More info: mitchellact. org.

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+LADIES' DAY OUT

Citywide, Mitchell. Times vary. More info: mitchellmainstreet.com.

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+RAPID CITY

RUSH VS. WICHITA THUNDER

Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City. 8:05 p.m. More info: rapidcityrush.com.

+BADLANDS LITTLE BRITCHES RODEO Central States Fair, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: centralstatesfair.com.

2-3, 23-24

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+ORION AND STACEY POTTER

Tinder Box, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: rapidcitytinderbox.com.


3-4

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+SPRING FLING FUN + GLOW EGG HUNT

Rush Mountain Adventure Park, Rapid City. 9 a.m. More info: rushmtn.com.

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+JUSTIN MOORE +

TRACY LAWRENCE WITH LAINEY WILSON Barnett Arena, Rapid City. 7:30 p.m. More info: gotmine.com.

9-10, 16-17

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+MARGIE + DARIN

Tinder Box, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: rapidcitytinderbox.com.

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+WATERCOLOR + WINE

Firehouse Wine Cellars. Rapid City. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+HOT CITY SOUL

Black Hills Contraband, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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22-24

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Hay Camp Brewing, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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+RAPID CITY

RUSH VS. ALLEN AMERICANS

Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City. 8:05 p.m. More info: rapidcityrush.com.

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+BLACK HILLS DANCE +MIDWEST FESTIVAL

Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: eventbrite.com.

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+SOPHIA BEATTY

Tinder Box, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: rapidcitytinderbox.com.

+RAPID CITY RUSH VS. KANSAS CITY MAVERICKS

Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, Rapid City. 8:05 p.m. More info: rapidcityrush.com.

ROWENA

3

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+MATT FOCKLER + CHARLIE ROTH

Red Rock Bar & Grill, Rowena. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

SCOTLAND

5, 12, 19, 26 _____________________________

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+BRENT BEAMER

2

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+PONYTALES |

READING WITH RESCUES

Gentle Spirit Horses Rescue & Sanctuary, Scotland. 6:30 p.m. More info: eventbrite.com.

SIOUX FALLS

1-4

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+THE PASSION + THE CROSS

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxfallsorpheum.com.

MELTDOWN

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

APR*

2-3

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+SIOUX FALLS

STAMPEDE VS. TRICITY STORM

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:05 p.m. More info: sfstampede.com.

2-10

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+DOWNTOWN

RESTAURANT WEEK Downtown, Sioux Falls. All day. More info: dtsf.com.

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+EASTER EGG HUNT

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Downtown, Sioux Falls. All day. More info: dtsf.com.

+AN EVENING

WITH JAMES DEAN ACOUSTIC

R Wine Bar, Sioux Falls. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

Skate City, Sioux Falls. 10 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

HUNT

Midco Aquatic Center, Sioux Falls. 2:30 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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EVENTS

A PR I L 202 1 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

7, 14, 28

+SPORTS

+MUSIC

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22-24, 29-30

+SPRING SCRAMBLE

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Sherman Park, Sioux Falls. All day. More info: facebook.com.

+POUND AT THE

+THEM DIRTY ROSES

+DISNEY'S BEAUTY +

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Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxfallsorpheum.com.

+COLLISION

LEVITT

Levitt Shell, Sioux Falls. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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+GET INVOLVED

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

THE BEAST

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23

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+THE RUDE BAND

Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls. 5:30 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+JANAE STURMA

The Treasury, Sioux Falls. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

9 _____________________________ +AN EVENING WITH LEO KOTTKE

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: siouxfallsorpheum. com.

Atoley Salon & Spa, Sioux Falls. 4 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+CASTING CROWNS

+YUYA MIX LIVE

W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook. com.

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

9-11

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+PBR: UNLEASH THE BEAST

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: facebook.com.

10 _____________________________ +BRAINWASHED

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 8:30 p.m. More info: facebook.com

13 _____________________________ +OTHERWISE

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

DRIVE-IN CONCERT

WoodGrain Brewing Co., Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

23-24

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BAND

Thirsty Duck, Sioux Falls. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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CELEBRATION

South Dakota Military Heritage Alliance, Inc., Sioux Falls. 6:30 p.m. More info: eventbrite.com.

+2021 SKEDADDLE HALF MARATHON

605 Running Co., Sioux Falls. 7 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

28-30

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16-17

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+KING ISO

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+LADIES NIGHT

+JEREMY DEWALL

25

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+DISNEY'S THE

+JUNKIN’ MARKET

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion. org.

DAYS

LITTLE MERMAID JR.

W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: junkinmarketdays.com.

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+EASTER BRUNCH

Latchstring Restaurant, Spearfish. Time TBD. More info: spfcanyon.com.

9

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+JASON HUDY:

MESMERIZING MUSIC

Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. 9 p.m. More info: matthewsopera. com.

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+BELLMAN: "A

HERO'S JOURNEY"

Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. Noon. More info: matthewsopera. com.

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+CHANGE OF PACE 5K

+WHISKEY RICH +

Spearfish Hot Yoga & Cycle Studio, Spearfish. 7 p.m. More info: visitspearfish.com.

Laurel Ridge Barn, Sioux Falls. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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BBQ

24

17, 25

+MYTHICAL

_____________________________

CREATIVITY KIT

Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. 10 a.m. More info: matthewsopera. com.

+SD SYMPHONY

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

12-13 _____________________________ +SIOUX FALLS

STAMPEDE VS. SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:05 p.m. More info: sfstampede.com.

22-23

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+DAKOTA

30

24

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+KNIGHTS 5K

O'Gorman High School, Sioux Falls. 8:30 p.m. More info: facebook. com.

+AN EVENING

WITH JAMES DEAN ACOUSTIC

WoodGrain Brewing Co., Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+SIOUX FALLS

STURGIS CHAMBER AWARDS BANQUET

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3

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+EASTER EGG HUNT

+PUMPIN’ ETHYL

Spearfish City Park, Spearfish. 9 a.m. More info: stayhappening.com.

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SPEARFISH

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:05 p.m. More info: sfstampede.com.

Center for Western Studies, Sioux Falls. All day. More info: augie.edu.

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Loud American Roadhouse, Sturgis. 6 p.m. More info: eventbrite. com.

STAMPEDE VS. LINCOLN STARS

CONFERENCE

STURGIS

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The Juke Joint at Kickstands, Sturgis. 8 p.m. More info: facebook. com.


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WATERTOWN

The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 7 p.m. More info: thegossoperahouse. com.

The Boat House, Yankton. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

STATEWIDE

23

17

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+SD SYMPHONY

+FREE ENTRANCE IN

The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 7 p.m. More info: thegossoperahouse. com.

30

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+2ND OPINION

The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 7 p.m. More info: thegossoperahouse. com.

WORTHING

5

NATIONAL PARKS

Nationwide. All day. More info: nps.gov.

Olde Towne Dinner Theatre, Worthing. Times vary. More info: oldetownetheatre.org.

YANKTON

1

PLAYHOUSE RUN CREW VIRTUAL 5K Virtual. All day. More info: blackhillsplayhouse.com.

15

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+TRIBUTE TO WOMEN

Virtual. 6:30 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

13

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+BOURBON & BBQ

+DIGIMARCON AT

The Copper Room, Yankton. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

Live and On Demand. More info: digimarconathome.com.

9-11

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+STUART LITTLE

Lewis and Clark Theatre Company, Yankton. Times vary. More info: facebook.com.

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+BLACK HILLS

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PAIRING

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HOME + LIVING

Cool in Custer

Pine Palace by Dawn Geertsema | Photos by Cadey Reisner

“When I was a kid, we would take a lot of family trips to ski towns, and my favorite places to go were the ones with lofts or something cool about the house,” said Kelli Shaw, owner of Walnut & Pine Design. (Read more on Walnut & Pine on page 34.) So when Shaw and her partner, Josh, stumbled upon a pine cabin just minutes from Custer, one of their favorite towns, she knew that experience was exactly what she wanted to create for travelers. Shaw explained, “I think adults like that stuff—something different. It kind of enhances your vacation”

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But a specialty rental property didn’t come without complications. When Shaw first saw the listing for the cabin, she and Josh were just leaving for a trip to Michigan. She put it out of her mind, and when they returned, the house was already on a contract. “I knew it would be after two days or whatever,” she explained. After some encouragement from her sister, she put in a backup offer on the cabin. Ten minutes later, Shaw got a call telling her the cabin was hers.

With the keys in hand, she and Josh began working on creating the Pine Palace. Come fall of 2020, they began renting it as an Airbnb. Between the loft bedroom, downstairs bedroom, and sleeper sofa, the rental sleeps five and has two bathrooms. “We added some different elements,” said Shaw. “The wood plays into that Scandinavian design that I already like so much.” The cabin was a fairly new construction, so it didn’t need too much done to it.

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“The shell was there,” she expanded. “That house just needed a lot of little things done to it like the painting and the décor.”

Class Construction Custer High School students constructed the top of this build in a class. Inside, they signed the year 2016, according to Shaw.

Her favorite places to design are rentals like this one.

One of the biggest changes in the main living space was switching out a library ladder for swiveling stairs.

“[You can use] something that you don’t want to live with every day in your everyday house, but in an Airbnb, you can theme it,” she said. “That’s where people want to stay.”

“I was thinking of changing out linens and stuff coming up and down a ladder,” explained Shaw of the decision. “[The stairs are] super small, and you can face those however you want.”

From wall to ceiling, the majority of the Pine Palace is made of pine. To soften the place up and make it feel more cozy, Shaw added some plants and Scandinavianinfluenced furniture.

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“I don’t think a lot of people spend a lot of time watching TV on their vacation, so I think they like that gathering space upstairs where it’s all wood and cozy and warm.”

“That’s why I loved that house in the first place is all that wood,” she said. And with the wood and the rest of the décor throughout the home, it makes for a cozy place to sit and spend time together. “We keep getting comments about the vibe of the place,” said Shaw. “That’s my favorite compliment.” She says she’s seen plenty of evidence of groups hanging out together, playing games, and just enjoying company in the main living space. But if they need a break from the home, Shaw has plenty to say. “For our Airbnb, I’m always giving recommendations,” she said. “It’s super important to me that you don’t come here and have nothing to do.” Here are a few places she recommends trying: The Custer Wolf, Skogen Kitchen, and The Custer Beacon. “I think where we live is so awesome,” said Shaw. “For me, part of the reason I’m drawn to Airbnbs is that I love the Black Hills.”

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Working her first job at a hardware store, teenage Chelsey Preuss staged décor and gift shelves.

“Customers at the time would compliment my work, and my boss encouraged me to look into interior design as a career choice,” said Preuss with a laugh. “But I was persistent with wanting to help animals in some way.” Eventually, she gave in and looked up interior design. She later, with a degree in that same field, found her true passion in kitchen and bath design.

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She worked for reputable firms for six years in Minnesota before she came to Sioux Falls to do what she wanted most. “I’m such a dreamer with a lot of ambition who loves to live by my own rules, so entrepreneurial life is my ultimate dream,” explained Preuss. Fueled by that entrepreneurial spirit at 25, she started her own design business: Chelsey Home.

Custom. Curated. Chelsey. Chelsey Home offers kitchen and bath design, vacation rental design, and custom cabinetry. She explained, “It’s so much deeper than selecting finishes and all about how they function as well as how the space functions.” Preuss puts together layouts, renderings, and design concepts for clients’ spaces. “I essentially make a solid foundation for a design so that clients can achieve it at their own pace and budget,” said Preuss. She says she also shares free information on how to implement mindfulness into homes and life through her online design studio. This month, Preuss will be working on predesigned rooms and guides for Airbnb setups.

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AROUND THE WORLD Preuss loves finding pieces worldwide to use in her home. In the living room, there is a pouf that she picked up while in Morocco. Photos in the space were also taken there. In the three-season room, the hanging chair was handmade in Nicaragua. Her favorite place to pick up authentic mid-century furniture in the states, though, is Facebook Marketplace.

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Welcoming Wanderers Preuss embraces her favorite traits with her business tagline that reads, “mindful interiors for the life well traveled.” When she bought her first house in central Sioux Falls, she had that idea in mind as she transformed it into a rental. “I transformed the whole upper level into an Airbnb. I knew that I’d always wanted a house to be able to do something like this,” said Preuss. When she first moved in, she was only renting out a private room, and the living space was shared with her. “I wanted to celebrate my achievement with owning my first home with all of them and get their feedback as some stayed in the guest room from out of town,” she said. With help of friends and family, she painted, remodeled the three-season room ceiling, and found second-hand furniture. “The house was built in 1954 and has a vintage charm and details that you won’t find in a newer home, but has been updated for modern living,” she explained. After about a year, she opened the entire top floor as a private Airbnb and moved into the lower level.

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“I just want people to be able to come in and just feel super cozy and have a place to get away. It’s very rewarding to have people say that they feel that way.”

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Meraki Studio Her home, known as Meraki Studio, can be rented overnight on Airbnb or for daytime photo shoots through Preuss’ website.

“I added unique, worldly, and vintage pieces to tell a story and encourage conversation,” she said.

“[Meraki] is a word that modern Greeks often use to describe doing something with soul, creativity, or love—when you put ‘something of yourself ’ into what you’re doing, whatever it may be,” she explained.

Her influences can be seen in each room, mixing with the mid-century modern design and taking the form of different countries.

Remnants of her travels can be found throughout her home.

In the original Airbnb room, the furniture embraces Scandinavian aesthetics with exposed wood and plenty of white.

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THE APRICATE COLLECTION Check out Preuss’ online shop where she sells vintage pieces. In Japanese, apricate means to bask in the sun, and her goal is to “bring these lost pieces to light and encourage sustainability.”

The second bedroom embodies Japanese design and culture with a bed that sits close to the ground, pulling in the idea of staying grounded. And while the living room leans into the Moroccan style, the three-season room strays to be more “Scandiboho.” All of these styles can be found mixed throughout, as well. “I think as an interior designer, I just love people enjoying what I’ve created and being able to create with no limits,” said Preuss. “It’s different than designing for a client.”

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But she says it’s not necessarily a good or bad thing, adding: “They’re both rewarding in their own way, but to be able to make something out of nothing and just be able to share that with people is my favorite thing.”

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“For me, it’s really important for my mental space how my external space looks,” said Kelli Shaw, owner of Walnut & Pine Design. Over the last decade, while continuing her day job as a pharmacist, Shaw realized her passion for interior design and implemented her tastes into her home. When she shared her projects with people, they wanted to see what she could do in their spaces. “I was saying no for a long time, seven to eight years,” said Shaw. “I had myself into a different box.” Finally, after some encouragement from her partner, Josh, she agreed to look into her passion.

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“When I started, I was doing more textbook mid-century,” said Shaw, explaining that she used Better Homes and Gardens for inspiration.

“I don’t like when there’s too much stuff in my visual line,” said Shaw. “It distracts me.”

She pulls from that style mostly to satisfy her vision of clean lines and shapes. Her Rapid City home, which she refers to as Arrowhead, has evidence of her mid-century influences in many ways.

The things that fit best into her personal designs are plants and a Scandinavian aesthetic, bringing in plenty of walnut and pine.

Despite her affinity for orderly things and few items, Shaw says she wouldn’t consider herself a minimalist.

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“Nature’s a huge part of all of my stuff for sure,” she said. “You’re never going to outcompete nature, but you can bring it inside and make it comfortable.”

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More Murals In her bedroom, Shaw spent the time to hand-draw an outline and paint a vertical mural on either side of her bed. She had the same design at her last house and couldn’t bear to part with it.

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Giving nature a run for its money, Shaw admits that last time she counted she clocked in 67 plants in her home. Some people don’t know what to do with their homes, plants or no plants. “Everyone gets these houses, they put their stuff in it, and they don’t really know what to do next,” explained Shaw. “If I can help with that, that’s great with me.” So from a 10-year-old’s bedroom to a yoga studio and more, Shaw has had the opportunity to design many different spaces.

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“My favorite spaces are Airbnbs or an income property of some sort,” said Shaw. “The reason I like those so much is that they are not real life so you can get a little funky with it.” The couple own an Airbnb in Custer, the Pine Palace, a space where the Scandinavian aesthetic shines bright. (Read more on page 14.) With both the Pine Palace and another Airbnb they are currently working on, Shaw wants the atmosphere to be fun and exciting. She says she already has plans in her head for her next three rental projects.


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A Rough Start Shaw laughed as she explained that her home was “so ugly” when she purchased it, but the floating staircase was too good to resist at its price. She got the house at a good deal. She then revived the overgrown yard, did lots of painting, and made it her own.

“My MO seems to be buy really ugly houses, get good deals on them, and then try to make them nice. Other people don’t like them, but I love them.”

But Airbnbs are not the only place where she wants something unique and noteworthy. Shaw just completed a retro mural that transformed the guest bedroom she once dreaded being in into a space she can’t wait to spend time in. “The reason I did that mural is because I got this Peloton [bike], and I wanted to make myself work out,” she explained with a laugh.

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No matter the motivation, she loves making rooms into places where people want to be. “You already own the space and bought the space, you might as well make it really cool,” she said. While she enjoys her day job, Shaw says she’s having a blast with her design passion, and she’s up for any challenge.

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“Some people just need help with paint colors, and some people want everything done,” said Shaw. “I would be interested in taking on a lot of different projects.”

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“I want to make it as authentic as I can.”

Instructor Madeline Porter chatted with the 605 team as we were served homemade Miso Soup during our Hands-On Sushi class. It was our introduction to Plum’s Cooking School, which hosts a variety of classroom experiences at Plum’s Cooking Company by Simply Perfect in downtown Sioux Falls. T H E H O M E I S S U E apr il 2 021


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“I’m originally from Singapore. It’s kind of the food capital of the world, we get all kinds of cuisine over there,” she explained. In the wintertime Porter says she typically loves to travel for three months all over Asia to try cuisine and bring it back to Plum’s kitchen. “Plum’s has been a great platform for me because I love to create and to experiment with food, and this is a place where I can share with people what I love,” she said.

The menu lineup for the evening was a Futomaki Roll (Big Roll), Roll), an Inside Out Roll (Caterpillar Roll), Roll), Tamago Nigiri (Egg), (Egg), and Salmon Nigiri. Nigiri. Knowing the craft it takes to present sushi, I was nervous, but luckily Christin Vander Pol, Pol, marketing manager of Plum’s Cooking Company, was close by with red or white wine.

“I don’t own any restaurants or anything, I just cook for the love of cooking.” - Madeline Porter

As Porter came around helping us not fail (“There you go, look how pretty”), Vander Pol spoke of the wide range of classes. “The other ones that sell out really well are date night classes,” she said. “Those range in a variety, like Italian with pasta making. A lot are demonstrations, and this is one of the only handson classes.” Another hands-on experience includes the summertime Kids Camp, Camp, which is a week of experimenting in the kitchen with professionals. “The kids are hands-on and they’re so good and are so well trained by the end,” said Porter. “They come every day for a whole week and day one they have different cuisine from the world, so you can have Mexican, Asian, French. They have a competition at the end of the fifth day.” What is so unique and special about the courses is the up-close time with talented cooks. “It’s so nice to have a collaborative space for people to get to know the local chefs and instructors and pick their brains a little bit,” said Vander Pol. Even Porter becomes a fan of different chefs in the area from meeting them in the kitchen.

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“Emily Wilson has vegan, vegetarianstyle cooking,” she said. “Her cooking is very healthy and keeps the temperature of dishes where it retains all of the nutrients. She’s very put together and creative. I really enjoyed her.” Classes are for anyone, including those who are interested in cooking, those who want to learn new recipes, and those who are just curious and love food. My rolls, for example, looked horrendous, but Porter didn’t let me quit, and gave us tips to finish each dish to completion. And the end results were delicious, too. 605 605’s ’s Tyson Schultz was so excited with his progress that he told co-workers who missed the evening how great his rolls turned out the next day.

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Vander Pol did note that classes do sell out quickly, and warned to sign up as soon as you can to make them—especially Porter’s. “I don’t know what to say, they love my food,” laughed Porter. “We just had our Thai class last week, too, and it turned out so well.” There are also classes that include products directly from Plum’s, like Olivelle oil classes, classes, Sous Vide classes, classes, and Riedel wine tasting classes. classes.

“If you have a bachelorette party or a business get-together you can work with [chef Traci Hoem] Hoem] to plan the menu and do private classes,” said Vander Pol.

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When Katie Krantz and her husband, Rodney, purchased the 210 Phillips building in downtown Sioux Falls with Brad and Christal Dietzenbach in August of 2019, they were thinking of office expansion.

“We purchased the building for future growth of our architectural business, VanDeWalle Architects. If the opportunity was there, it’s right next door to our existing location and we’re maxed out at our current location,” said Katie. “The loft was just an added bonus to that.” The 1,400-square-foot loft had formerly been the primary residence of the art gallery owner below, and the 210 Phillips, LLC team hoped to find a tenant. “Our goal was to find a longer-lease tenant with the idea to eventually rent it out down the road,” she said. T H E H O M E I S S U E apr il 2 021


After there weren’t any bites with the loft’s original state, Katie says they decided to take the leap and make renovations to launch a shortterm rental dubbed The Loft on Phillips. Construction began in February 2020. “That month we decided to go forward with plans to remodel, and then of course COVID-19 hit in March,” she continued. “But we were into it, and we kept going.” One of the biggest obstacles was moving the entrance since the former owner’s entrance was directly inside of the gallery.

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“In order to get into the loft, you had to go into the gallery and up the stairs, so the first thing we had to do to rent it out was to get access directly to the exterior,” explained Katie. They started with reconfiguring the main floor bedroom and walk-in closet, turning the walk-in into a mudroom and adding a new staircase on the north side with direct access. “We do still have a staircase connected to the gallery, but we needed to keep that for building code, so it will always be there for emergencies,” she said.

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Don’t be confused when the address says Mall Avenue. The entrance is in the back of the building, with parking in the adjacent parking structure off 10th and 11th street.

The Loft on Phillips owners Katie Krantz and Brad Dietzenbach.

For the rest of the inside, they did what Katie describes as mostly a cosmetic remodel. “We put in new flooring, painted the cabinets, gutted one of the bathrooms, and put in a tile shower with a floating vanity,” she said. “Also, we modified some of the closet spaces. With a shortterm rental you don’t need as much closet space.”

“The kitchen is fully stocked,” she said. “We have extra folding chairs, extra bedding pillows, things like that.”

The rental can sleep up to six with one king-size bed on the upper level, a queen-size bed on the main level, and a queen sofa hide-a-bed. Katie describes the décor as Scandinavian-modern, and says The Loft also has plenty of amenities.

One of the best features is the location along Phillips Avenue. The private and secure living space is near a variety of shopping, groceries, restaurants, and attractions downtown.

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“We’re within walking distance of anything downtown, whether they’re coming here for a concert at the Washington Pavilion or outdoor events this summer, or going to see [Falls Park]. I think we’re in the best location in the city,” said Katie.


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And The Loft has one of the best views of the city, with a rooftop patio with over 1,500 square feet of entertainment space. This includes a sound system, two outdoor gas firepits, a gas barbecue grill, a dining table, and patio furniture that seats 10 people. “On the rooftop patio we also put in string lights on a timer so it creates a nice ambiance at night,” described Katie.

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The outdoor space can host up to 40 people and has been used for reunions, corporate events, birthday parties, and weddings. “We have quite a few wedding rentals where the bride and their friends will come in on a Friday night, and the bride will stay there with her bridal party and get ready there the next day,” she said. “Then the couple will stay there on the wedding night.”

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While Katie says it’s fun to sit along the 50-foot railing on Phillips Avenue to watch the hustle and bustle of Sioux Falls, guests can simply switch sides for a more private experience. “If you sit on the backside of the patio closer to the loft area, it all goes away and you feel like you’re in a different space,” she said. Even the owners themselves have stayed at The Loft just to relax. “It’s just a fun little getaway for a night to not deal with the stress in our own house.”

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n 2020, artist Cameron Stalheim bought a house for the first time. “I never thought that I’d even be able to buy a house,” he explained. “I’m an artist, and I work in the service industry.” He’d been looking for a while when he stumbled upon an old home near downtown Sioux Falls. Only six hours after the house hit the market, he made an offer. The homeowner accepted the offer.

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“As an artist, I get rejected all the time,” said Stalheim. “Being accepted was very scary. Now I had to actually go through with this house.” Soon after moving in, he completed a renovation, changing everything from the floors, walls, and fixtures to the shelves, furniture, and accents. To complete his space, he implemented many thrifted pieces and items he redid himself.

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While he once had an art studio downtown, he replaced it with a cozy creative office at home. With his limited space, he’s been focusing mostly on creating smaller pieces. Stalheim opens up about his favorite places to swing by when he’s not cozy at home.

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5 Fun Facts 1 I prefer baths to

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2 I have two cats, Nolan and Martha. They are the loves of my life.

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5 Baking is one of my favorite hobbies.


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When I’m in the mood to go out, I love hitting up The Hello Hi for a Painkiller, oftentimes paired with a slice from Pizza Cheeks.

Full Circle Book Co-op is a must for book lovers. They have an excellent selection of books, as well as beer and art.

When I’m in the mood for a movie and drinks, I like to stop by Miner Brewing Company for a beer or two before hitting up West Mall 7.

SculptureWalk is one of my favorite things in Sioux Falls. It’s always fun to see the new sculptures every year.

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I like to bring nature into the house. I just like old stuff. A lot of second hand.”

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“I wouldn’t say I chose to become an artist, it’s just who I am.”

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If I need caffeine before work, I usually head to The Breaks Coffee Roasting Co. for a Drip Coffee and an Everything Croissant.

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Queen City Bakery is my go-to for anything sweet. I could eat there every day. Except Tuesdays.

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Maxwell Food Equipment is one of my favorite stores. Every time I go there it’s like I died and went to culinary heaven.

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Klaire A. Lockheart by Dawn Geertsema “I can easily spend 100 hours or more on a painting just because I think it will help me communicate my message or make someone chuckle,” said artist Klaire A. Lockheart. Most of Lockheart’s work “addresses gender identity within contemporary American culture” and history with oil on canvas and fiber art, and she likes to sprinkle in some humor, too. On March 10, former Miss Art World Kathrine J. Cooksey bestowed her crown and the title of Miss Art World South Dakota upon Lockheart.

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“I am compelled to create artwork that addresses gender identity within contemporary American culture.” -Klaire A. Lockheart

At her coronation, Lockheart wore her gold gown, printed with dinosaurs portrayed as artists, for the first time. “Women artists are frequently overlooked, but it makes me incredibly happy to work with another creative contemporary artist who strives to make the art world more inclusive,” said Lockheart.

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Pavilion Placement Lockheart’s most recent works are on display until May 28 in the Washington Pavilion: 75% Packard 25% Lockheart exhibition.

People might know me from… my life-sized oil paintings of women who look like a cross between Betty Crocker and Bettie Page from my Feminine Attempts series. These six- to seven-foottall canvases show powerful women wearing unbelievable footwear in domestic spaces. I have exhibited these paintings in Sioux Falls, Brookings, Vermillion, and many other galleries in the Midwest.

I entered Miss Art World because… I respect

Miss Art World Cooksey. She’s a conceptual artist from the Los Angeles area who specializes in performance art. Her artwork is extremely inspiring because it uplifts women, and I strive to empower others through my art, too.

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The best part of my job is… I get to communicate and connect

with others through my art. Painting is a physical process, and it is incredibly rewarding to create a physical work of art that others can enjoy. I begin each painting by sketching and taking photographs to plot out my composition. Then, I build a custom stretcher and gesso the canvas. I draw on the canvas first to assure that my composition will be successful, and then I spend weeks and months applying layers and layers of paint. Each step is challenging, but it’s worth the effort to make a painting that someone else can connect with and appreciate.


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My favorite project right now is… my series of

Brodalisque paintings, which are portraits of lounging “bros” in man caves. The “Brodalisque” is a bro who reenacts the passivity of odalisques from 19th century Orientalist art. My paintings challenge the typical objectifying representations of women from art history, but they’re also so absurd that they make me laugh.

My art style is inspired by… historic, academic-

style painting. Women were traditionally prohibited from learning how to become artists in Europe and the United States, and I want to correct that error. I purposefully paint in a style that looks like my art belongs in a museum because art institutions do not have enough women artists in their collections. I am also inspired by artists such as Artemisia Gentileschi, Mary Cassatt, and Frida Kahlo because they overcame many obstacles to become artists, and their paintings are still impactful.

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The dress for Miss Art World was inspired by… the historic

relationship between artists and models. I designed the printed pattern for the dress, which is made up of dinosaur toys acting like they are artists and models. I use dinosaurs as an analogy in my art because it feels like women have been fighting for equal rights since the dawn of time.


I appreciate it when people tell me stories about what my art reminds them of or how they relate to it.” -Klaire A. Lockheart

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My favorite way to spend my Someone local who I admire leisure time is… to plot unusual and memorable events is… my husband, Aaron Packard. He’s an amazing photographer, and for my friends, when we’re not experiencing a pandemic.

he is phenomenally creative and supportive.

My biggest accomplishment so far was… after I earned my [master of fine arts] in

My go-to art medium is… oil on

painting a few years ago, I have had so many opportunities to display my artwork in solo and group exhibitions that it’s difficult to select the biggest accomplishment. I am also thankful for the awards I’ve received, especially the title of Miss Art World South Dakota.

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canvas. I love using oil paint because I can build many layers to create representational forms and shadows that are easy to identify. I also engage with the history of Western art, and so I have to paint with oil to make my art fit within the larger context of the art world. Furthermore, I think it would be delightful if museums started hanging my paintings in their historic galleries just to see if the patrons would notice anything funny.

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» Instagram: @klairelockheart » Facebook: /klairealockheart

My favorite place to go for inspiration is… a stack of books when I am unable to travel and view artwork in person.

One thing I love about South Dakota is… the

community of artists and the people who love the arts. There are so many hardworking and creative people in South Dakota, and I have made many great friends in this state. I enjoy that when I scheme unusual art events, I know many awesome people that will participate and contribute to help assure that my shenanigans are successful.

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Look’s Marketplace has been around since 1883, but it’s changed a lot since then.


Hidden Message Blonde Ale

For Easter, Look’s is introducing Hidden Message with hibiscus, juniper berry, and coriander. “It’s just an herbaceous, easy-drinking beer,” said head brewer Chad McKinney.

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Pictured Beer: Greg Belt. Pictured Menu Item: Look’s Smash.

What was once just a meat counter has expanded into so much more. And one of the newest additions is Look’s Beer Company at the back of the market. “We started brewing in October of 2019, and we poured our first beers November 5 of 2019,” said head brewer Chad McKinney.

The artwork, designed by creative director Les Cotton, found on cans from the brewery echo a new tagline that McKinney says they are playing with: “Weird. Fun. Beer.” McKinney says his favorite beers to brew are quick, easy-to-drink ales and “hoppy beers.”

But the lengthy history doesn’t dictate the easy-going nature of the brewery.

And word about Look’s Beer Company has gotten around.

“We don’t take it too seriously,” said McKinney. “We try to put out the best product that we can, but the artwork is supposed to be fun and that’s a good snapshot of what our attitude is.”

In June 2020, Guy Fieri visited Look’s Marketplace in south Sioux Falls to film Savory Meat and a Little Sweet, an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. The episode aired on January 29.

Ever since that episode aired, McKinney says that he has struggled to keep up with the new-found attention behind the bar. While the taproom has enough room for 19 beers on tap, there has been closer to 10 as McKinney and his workers scramble to keep up with the demand. “It’s family friendly, nice and loud, and just a fun place to hang out,” said McKinney. As the weather improves, McKinney says he hopes to host events on the patio located just outside the taproom.

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La India Taina by Dawn Geertsema

Harianys De Jesus says her mother, Johanna, has always wanted her own restaurant. Fourteen years ago, they came to South Dakota. As soon as she turned 15, Harianys began working to help reach her mother’s dream. T H E H O M E I S S U E apr il 2 021


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“We literally had to save our money little by little by little,” she said. And all of their hard work paid off. “With a lot of help, we made it happen for her,” said Harianys. When the De Jesus pair opened the doors of La India Taina Puerto Rican Restaurant on March 3, more people than they could have imagined flooded in.

Another starter option that bridges into seafood is Pastelillo de Camarones, turnovers stuffed with shrimp. At La India Taina, the drink menu has a few tropical choices. One of the most popular is Parcha, passion fruit juice. Guava Piña, guava pineapple juice, and Agua De Avena, oat milk water, are not far behind. “Piña Colada has been selling a lot, too,” explained Harianys. “Everybody loves Piña Colada.”

As guests took a seat at the restaurant for the first time, they had a choice of seven appetizers.

But no matter what a guest orders, Harianys says that quality is much more important to her and her mother than speed.

One of them is the Alcapurria de Yuca con Carne Molida o Jueyes, which is homemade green plantain dough with ground beef or crab.

“We like to make sure all the flavor is there and all the taste is there, so we don’t want to give you anything that is just already made,” she said.

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Aperitivos/Appetizers » Pinchos

Made with pork or chicken and topped with barbecue sauce.

» Sorullos de Maiz Made with cornmeal and stuffed with cheese.

Sandwiches » Tripleta

Made with a choice of pork, chicken, or ham along with lettuce, tomato, Swiss cheese, mayoketchup, potato stick, and dried bacon.

Sopas/Soups » Sopas de Fideo con Pollo

Noodle soup with chicken, garlic bread, and one side.

Platos/Main Dishes » Papas Locas

Crazy fries, roasted pork, chicken, mayoketchup, nacho cheese, and dried bacon.

» Pastelón con Arroz Blanco

Sweet plantain lasagna with white rice.

Postres/Desserts » Flan de queso

Cheesecake-esque dessert.

» Tembleque

Coconut-based dessert sprinkled with cinnamon.

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One of the dishes that Harianys expects to become a favorite is Mofongo, mashed plantain that is fried and served with a special sauce and one of four meats. “The food is always going to be fresh. It’s all about patience. It might take a little longer, but it’s definitely going to be worth it,” she added. Another entree that may give mofongo a run for its money is Arroz con Gandules, Pernil y Ensalada de Papa o Ensalada de Coditos. This translates to rice with pigeon peas, roasted pork, and potato salad or elbow salad. “A lot of people love Pernil because of the pig skin,” said Harianys. “The way we make it is really crunchy and delicious, so a lot of people love that part.” That opening day was a lot for the first-time business owners to handle, to say the least.

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Teamwork is very important, communication, and patience. Those three things are the main priority for a business in general.” -Harianys De Jesus

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“Mofongo represents Puerto Rico.” -Harianys De Jesus

“The kitchen, this was their first time actually working together,” Harianys explained. “They are still learning their pace. There was a lot of hold time on their food.” For the first couple days, the restaurant had to close early due to food supply shortages and more customers than the De Jesus duo planned for. But you live and you learn. “There’s more to learn every day,” said Harianys. A few days after opening, she said, “For it being the third day, we have progressed so much just in three days.” But both Harianys and Johanna are putting in as much effort as they can to make the restaurant everything they dream it to be.

One of the biggest featured artworks is a transportable mural of parrots, the Puerto Rican flag, and more painted by David Saldana-Rico.

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“Cinnamon goes on top of [the Tembleque] and the main ingredient is coconut. It’s kind of like jell-o but a little bit thicker and made with milk.” -Harianys De Jesus

“Me and my mom are here from morning until night. We’re not going to make people stay. We’re the owners so we’re making sure people get their food and our workers go home happy.” Harianys says she looks up to her mother for everything. “Everything I know is because of her. I’m 21 years young and in my 21 years, I know so much. I’m, like, 35,” she added with a laugh.

Harianys says that her mother deserves this restaurant. “My mom is very hard working, independent, straightforward, open minded,” she said. “Everything about her screams Puerto Rican.”

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Eric Sinclair by Dawn Geertsema “Montgomery’s has been my family’s business for 133 years and five generations,” said Eric Sinclair, president of the home furnishings and interior design company. This month, Sinclair said, Montgomery’s will celebrate that 133year anniversary by holding an anniversary sale at all locations: Sioux Falls, Madison, and Watertown. And it won’t be long until the company opens a new store located in Aberdeen: Montgomery’s Design Studio. Sinclair shared with 605 his journey to becoming president, where he likes to stop for munchies, and which mistake people should avoid when purchasing furniture.

“I love working with the team we have because I’m surrounded by people who care about our customers and the company.” -Eric Sinclair

5 QUESTIONS WITH SINCLAIR WHAT BROUGHT YOU TO WORK AT MONTGOMERY’S AND WHEN?

WHAT’S THE MOST COMMON MISTAKE PEOPLE MAKE WHEN SEARCHING FOR NEW FURNITURE?

You have to earn the right to work in the family business, it’s not given. That means earn a degree and go work for someone else first, then you can work here. After I did that, I wanted to come back to South Dakota to raise my family and work here, and I’ve been president of Montgomery’s since 2013.

There are huge differences in the quality of furniture, so buying furniture that looks good but is inexpensive is a common mistake. You will spend less, but you may have to replace it sooner than you’d like.

WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 10 YEARS? Doing the same thing—déjà vu, Groundhog Day. I love what I’m doing and see no need to change.

WHERE DO YOU LIKE TO GO FOR A BITE?

WHO MAKES UP YOUR FAMILY? My wife and I have three adorable children. And I have a hard time finding the time to bathe and feed myself, so no pets.

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Backyard BBQ is a favorite because it’s a family-owned business, and it’s located right by our Western Avenue distribution center. The smell of barbecue lures us in.

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