"DR. WALLACE: I'm 19 and will turn 20 in less than two months. I'm not proud of my past. Unfortunately, I was arrested once, and this troubles me greatly. I fear that my life is over since I'll always have a record and I'll have to explain myself to countless people, especially prospective e…
This week's crop of new movies includes: A new animated Spider-Man flick, an adaptation of a Stephen King tale and a look at the life of LeBron James.
"Dear Annie: I’m potentially facing an aggressive and lethal type of cancer (esophageal), for which I’m being biopsied next week. I’ve known about this for just a few weeks. My former pastor and his wife were my friends, though there’s been a noticeable distance in the last year."
This year, the South Sioux City Public Libary is inviting youth to read a set amount of minutes and turn in their trackers for prizes. Participants can also use Beanstack, an online app, to track their minutes.
Our Weekender Comic for the week of June 1, 2023.
Iowa native and 2018 "American Idol" winner Maddie Poppe will be coming to Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's Anthem, 111 Third St. on July 22.
Mardi Gras, a longtime summertime tradition, will be returning on June 30 with the Sioux City Mardi Gras Parade. Registration is now open for anyone who'd like to sign up their group and organization for the parade.
This week's Sux 6 batch includes: The Sux Pride Parade, The first annual River-Cade Bluegills and Bluegrass Music Festival and a celebration of 1950s music at the Betty Strong Encounter Center.
Originally scheduled for the summer of 2020, the engagement had to be delayed multiple times due to COVID-19 related conflicts. Ultimately, the current show date conflicted with other commitments Seinfeld had previously made.
As the site manager for the Sioux City Farmers Market, Becky Barnes is a pro when it comes to overseeing outdoor events. Every Wednesday and Saturday until the end of October, you'll see her assisting patrons and vendors on the corner of Pearl Street and Tri View Avenue.
If you're looking to see even more upcoming events, outside of those featured in Sux 6, we've got you covered.
We've got movie showtimes for Sioux City, Le Mars, Nebraska City, Shenandoah, Fremont, Wayne, Vermillion, Orange City and Sheldon.
This week's new movie releases include: the live-action "Little Mermaid," "The Machine," and "Kandahar."
DR. WALLACE: I’m a busy 17-year-old junior female high school student and I have two younger siblings, a 13-year-old sister and an 11-year-old brother. My little brother is a joy. He’s very funny and very much a team player with everyone in the family. He keeps us constantly amused with his …
"Dear Annie: I suspect my son may be gay. He is a gorgeous, smart, successful young man in his mid-20s, who has really never shown interest in girls. I am perfectly fine with him being gay, and I hope he would realize that. I wish he would just tell me if that was the case. "
“SUX Pride was based upon the simple value that love will always win,” he said. “The event was founded to give queer people and their allies a space to come together and celebrate one another," organizer Joe McCulley said.
Sioux City hip hop artist C-Note Bankin is set to do a show at 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 28 at the Key Club that will combine music with BBQ. The rapper has his own hot sauce with the Sioux City-based Sarffy Hot Sauce Company.
What is the best thing and what is the worst thing about summer?
What's in Sux 6, The Best Things to Do in Siouxland, to do this week? Well, there's the Siouxland Asian Festival, a South Sioux City book sale and a country music show at Beer Can Alley.
As River-Cade prepares for its 60th year, the community-wide party is getting back to its riverfront roots, thanks to the first-ever Bluegills and Bluegrass Music Festival.
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This week's new movies? Well, there's "Fast X," an Irish mafia drama, a remake of "White Men Can't Jump" and plenty more.