Month: September 2020

Circa 1959, midcentury modern time capsule designed by Spitznagel offered on 3 acres in city

A living picture of contemporary art and a legacy of renowned architect Harold Spitznagel, this home in south Sioux Falls is hidden on a private road.

2 weeks ago

New Buyer Match Service helps find homes, ease sellers’ stress

With tons of people wanting to buy a home and not enough for sale, Amy Stockberger decided to change the real estate rule book.

2 weeks ago

Jodi’s Journal: This Labor Day, consider a ‘workcation’

As we head into fall, consider a “workcation” with a focus on the future.

2 weeks ago

Headed to the Sanford International? Use your ticket to give back

Spectators at the upcoming Sanford International will be among the only fans to watch live professional golf this season – and there’s an added bonus when you buy your ticket.

3 weeks ago

Dakota Stained Glass moves to Garretson with new owners

The new owners of Dakota Stained Glass moved it to Garretson earlier this year — and say it has been a turning point for the business.

3 weeks ago

Backyard BBQ gives up downtown space, opens patio at south-central location

Backyard BBQ & Grill is permanently closing its downtown location, but the Western Avenue location has a new patio and a third food truck might be coming next year.

3 weeks ago

Part of former Callaway’s to return to event space

A portion of the former Callaway’s is returning to event space.

3 weeks ago

Gordmans sets closing date

The liquidation sale for the bankrupt retailer will wind down this month.

3 weeks ago

Explore downtown, win gift boxes with new promotion

Download an app, visit downtown businesses and you could win gift box packages starting today.

3 weeks ago

Restaurant Roundup: The Market’s big sale, Great Shots fair food, lunch specials

Here’s a look at the latest news from the local dining scene.

3 weeks ago

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