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Decked out in a leopard-spotted top, alligator-green sleeves and coral pants, Tolliver Shearn knows a thing or two when it comes to "werking it" on a fashion runway.
Skullduggery-minded scavengers? Check. Wenches-a-plenty? OK, why not? A Middle Age-inspired Renaissance Fair postponed due to an impending plague?
When Ben Holland was eight years old, the Washington, D.C. native remembered seeing the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus came to town.
Downtown Sux City hasn't been the same since the zombie apocalypse.
Rodney Reisdorph is really into vintage cars.
Peggy La may not be up on the latest Korean-pop dance moves but she is a whiz at burlap rice bag racing.
David Hall keeps a screenshot of a 1965 Life magazine cover on his cellphone.
The SUX Pride Festival returns to Sioux City this weekend.
Even though Shawn Blomberg was looking stylish in a tartan-patterned sports jacket, he soon discovered an even more 1970s-looking garment hanging on a rack.
A group of young Avengers congregated inside a former Southern Hills Mall storefront on an April evening for a special, members-only meeting.
On a Friday afternoon, station manager Matthew O'Connell thumbed his way through a batch of vinyl records that may soon find their way onto the playlist of KMSC 92.9 F.M., Morningside College's campus radio station.
WAYNE, Neb. -- Somewhere on the Wayne State College campus, Sigmund Freud was diagnosing a patient with "hysteria" in an office designed to look like early 20th century Vienna and decorated with knick-knacks contributed by Shelby Hagerdon's grandma.
On Taylor Grote's office desk there's a nameplate with the following titles: "Tycoon, warlord, business mogul."
Going to a rock show, you want to see the swagger of the singer as well as the grinding of the guitarist, right?
The exhibit examines the migration of Black Americans to Iowa in the early 20th century, systematic discrimination, suffrage and more.
As the blogger at SiouxlandFamilies.com and author of the book, “100 Things to Do in Sioux City and Siouxland Before You Die,” Lindsay Hindman is an authority when it comes to fun activities.
A traveling exhibit designed to mark the milestone for the state parks in Iowa, "20 Artists, 20 Parks" showcases the paintings, sculptures, textiles, videos, photography and other art forms inspired by nature.
Super Bowl Sunday is now the second-largest food "holiday" in the United States, second only to Thanksgiving. The Weekender dug in to the details.
We're talking about pickleball. And in less than a year, Siouxland Pickleball Association has grown from scratch to nearly 150 members.
"People ask, will I ever retire," Paul Chelstad told the Weekender, shaking his head. "When they'll eventually take me out of my house, feet first, I'll have my art supplies in my hands."
Plenty of items at the Sioux City store feature a COVID-19 theme. Among them: Magnets declaring "Isolation SUX," "Quarantine SUX" and "Shelter in Place SUX."
Sonya Collett has established a blog, created an Etsy store and opened a booth at Sioux City's Memory Lane Flea Market to show off her art and Christmas merchandise.
Now you can have your say on who will take top honors in a 2021 contest sponsored by the Sioux City Journal and the Weekender.
Late election day results? Check. Bitter partisan politicking? Yup, had plenty of that. But what about that technical snafu which nearly wrecked Morningside College's live coverage of the Nov. 3 general election?