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Lando Vannata Was Not Wrong To Call Tony Ferguson 'Predictable,' But What Else Can He Foresee?

Dan Shapiro | Posted 07.14.2016 | Sports
Dan Shapiro

After his Fight of the Night performance at UFC Fight Night 91, Lando Vannata is likely looking at a long future inside the Octagon. But should things not work out inside the cage, Vannata may want to consider a career as an MMA analyst.

'Revolutionized' Tony Ferguson 'Not Trying To Look Past' Landon Vannata At UFN 91

Dan Shapiro | Posted 07.12.2016 | Sports
Dan Shapiro

Last we saw of UFC lightweight Tony Ferguson (20-3 MMA, 10-1 UFC), the former The Ultimate Fighter winner delivered one of the most memorable performances of 2015, choking out Edson Barboza in wild, back-and-forth affair.

Q: Tarantino-Inspired Works by Shaine Schroeder

John Gascot | Posted 11.23.2015 | Arts
John Gascot

Ask me to describe film director and writer Quentin Tarantino in a single word and I'll pass. It's an impossible task. His films crashed their way into our cinematic psyche like a bloody bowling ball through pins of cookie-cutter movie formulas.

Where Does "Eating Local" Mean Fried Pickles and Buffalo Bourgoignon?

Anneli Rufus | Posted 09.22.2015 | Taste
Anneli Rufus

Outsiders are quick to dis this vastness they call flyover country as an artisanal-foodless wasteland largely constructed of Jell-O salad. Traditions and reputations die hard, but things are changing here.

America's Pinkest City

Kristan Lawson | Posted 09.16.2015 | Travel
Kristan Lawson

Somewhere in this great land of ours is a magical metropolis where everything is pink. OK, that's a bit of an exaggeration -- but Sioux Falls, S.D. comes close. Maybe not everything is pink, but it's easily America's pinkest big city.

Step Aside, San Francisco: "SF" Now Stands for Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Anneli Rufus | Posted 09.15.2015 | Travel
Anneli Rufus

All those things that everyone loves about the famous, jaded, sea-beaten SF (and more!) can also be found in a fresh, friendly, affordable Midwestern SF: Sioux Falls, South Dakota. One's hilly. One's flat. Both are beautiful. And you'll never believe how much they have in common.

An Open Letter to the Sioux Falls Argus Leader

Anne Dilenschneider | Posted 07.28.2016 | Politics
Anne Dilenschneider

Dear Editor, Now that you have interviewed Mr. Corey Goulet, TransCanada's president for Keystone Projects, and the South Dakota Public Utilities hea...

Mom Arrested After Boyfriend Allegedly Caught Her Naked With Three Young Boys

The Huffington Post | David Lohr | Posted 06.06.2014 | Crime

A South Dakota mom was arrested Wednesday after her boyfriend allegedly caught her naked with three young boys. Sioux Falls police say Anne Elizabe...

David Lohr

Police K9 Attacks Wrong Man

HuffingtonPost.com | David Lohr | Posted 05.13.2014 | Crime

A case of mistaken identity left a South Dakota man injured Sunday, when a police K9 confused him for a criminal. "I think it was an honest mistake...

Which Side Is the Government On?

Mike Lux | Posted 07.17.2013 | Politics
Mike Lux

Senators Warren and Brown are making a huge difference, showing us that if we get a real live two-fisted fighter for working families in the ring on our behalf, it matters. That is why I decided to get involved in helping Rick Weiland run in South Dakota.

PHOTOS: 15 Reasons Sioux Falls Is Cool

Judith Fein | Posted 09.04.2012 | Travel
Judith Fein

When I told people I was going to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, they rolled their eyes, mimed munching on corn kernels on a foot-long cob, or simply twisted their index fingers against their temples, suggesting that it was wacko to go there. I took all of it as a challenge.

Water Parks In South Dakota: A Huffington Post Travel Guide

The Huffington Post | Shellie Braeuner | Posted 12.15.2011 | Travel

Water parks in South Dakota are often indoors, so visitors can still enjoy the thrilling rides during winter months. As part of a Huffington Post Trav...

Native Americans Invisible Consumers Out West

Tim Giago | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Tim Giago

Local television stations and corporations should know the demography of a state's residents, because Native Americans do not live in tipis anymore; they are a thriving and vital part of your state and economic community.

The U.S. Cities Most Vulnerable To Having Their Jobs Shipped Overseas: Richard Florida

The Atlantic | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Traditionally, the United States has worried about the offshoring of manufacturing jobs. But concern is mounting that as the rest of the world becomes...