Ally Karsyn

Arts Producer/Announcer
Jeremiah Grimm
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Fire, roaches, bad roommates—he's had them all.

Lisa Soukup
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"Home was having the same friends and stuff and family around me. It was watching the sun rise over the beaches of Australia and breathing in the minty, sweet smell of Eucalyptus trees."

Risty Bryce puts his lips to a microphone in a middle school band room in Pierson, Iowa. It’s not his usual setting for a percussion performance, but today is special. For the first time, he’s seeing a seventh grade student, Kennedi Vondrak, play the bass drum, using a sound activated device.

Emily Anderson
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I either heard or read recently that, of the top two tragedies that can happen in a person’s life, the most challenging is for someone you love to die. The second? Moving.

 

What would you do for a Klondike bar?

Ode: Music was my home

Nov 2, 2017
Tom Hunting
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I hope others will be reminded of who they are, and to know that if they have forgotten, they can go home again.

Brian McNaughton
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An Iowa farm boy explores the edges of safety and imagination.


Russell and Diana Wooley, the founders of LAMB Arts Regional Theatre & School, announced a capital campaign to turn Sioux City’s old auditorium, at 625 Douglas St., into the Center for the Performing Arts.

Argentinian artist Martin Ron has painted a mural of a man and his dog sitting under a giant sea turtle in Buenos Aires. He’s painted people picnicking on the tail of a shark in Benalla, Australia. And now, he’s working on painting two people lounging on top of buffalo in downtown Sioux City.

Silence, suppression and shame—Mike Goll knows them well.

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