One Book One Siouxland

Cultural Continuum 4-20-18

Apr 20, 2018

Travis Morgan joins Steve to talk about the epic West Side Story production with the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra Saturday and Sunday at the Orpheum Theater. There is also live theater, a bevy of Earth Day events, art at a yoga studio and your usual assemblage of seminars and talks. 

Cultural Continuum 4-06-18

Apr 6, 2018
Visit Sioux City

Ode plays at the Marquee with opening act Edem Soul Music, there's art at the Benson Building and we blast off into a month of One Book One Siouxland with Margot Lee Shetterly's, Hidden Figures.

Cultural Continuum 3-23-18

Mar 23, 2018

It's spring and there is no lack of activities. Dr. Frank O'Neil talks about what happens when your brain gets tired, there is an award winning pianist performing at the Sioux City Art Center for Siouxland Federated Music Club, Stone State Park has its first walk of spring and it's Less Talk-More Bach at the National Music Museum.

Cultural Continuum 5-19-17

May 19, 2017

Cultural Continuum 5-05-17

May 5, 2017

Cultural Continuum 3-24-17

Mar 24, 2017
Rolling Stone

For more than ten years, One Book One Siouxland has brought the community together to enjoy great books and quality programming that expands the reading experience. Today, I’m excited to recommend the 2017 One Book One Siouxland selection Shoeless Joe by the late W.P. Kinsella. Written while Kinsella attended the Iowa Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa, and originally published in 1982, this much beloved and magical baseball novel continues to resonate with readers of all ages.  

Cultural Continuum 3-17-17

Mar 17, 2017

One Book One Siouxland will kick off the 2016 season at the Orpheum Theatre this Thursday. Built in 1927, the venue couldn't be more perfect for a party which will send everybody off reading One Summer, America 1927. The novel, written by Iowa native Bill Bryson, rebuilds vivid events from history, taking the reader into the time when Babe Ruth clobbered 60 homers in a season and Charles Lindbergh proved the Atlantic Ocean surmountable.