The 605 Show is the official podcast of 605 Magazine, based out of Sioux Falls, SD. Interviews with South Dakota business people, artists, musicians, movers, and shakers of all kinds.
Episode 41: Celebrating 605 Day Across the State
“The 605 Show” podcast records episode 41 live from Fernson Downtown and virtually at Lost Cabin Beer Co. Celebrate #605Day with hosts Vaney Hariri and Alana Snyder and attend a party at either location for the launch of the 605 Summer Issue pale al
Episode 40: 22TEN Kitchen + Cocktails & Levitt Shell Sioux Falls
“The 605 Show” podcast records episode 40 live from 22TEN Kitchen Cocktails. Along with finding out about the new seasonal menu and chatting with executive chef Kamisha Jones, hosts Vaney Hariri and Alana Snyder catch up with Levitt Sioux Falls’ Rose Ann Hofland about the upcoming season.
LIVE from the Washington Pavilion
Vaney and Alana grace your ears with their presence all the way from the main stage at Mary Sommervold Hall at the Washington Pavilion.
There's games, there's phones, there's cotton candy, tune in for more...
Golden Girls, Girl Scout Cookies and Beignets
On this episode of The 605 Show, Alana, Vaney and Dan take a trip to the Washington Pavilion to talk their upcoming events, discuss the finer points of mid-nineties television theme songs and talk about how the intrepid Girl Scouts of America are innovating to continue to bring delicious Girl Scout Cookies to the nation, even in such uncertain times as these.
Live from Carnaval with Teresa Hart
Vaney and Alana sit down and take on the meat sweats. Live from Carnaval Brazilian Grill - A Festival of Meats (lives up to the name btw).
We're joined by guest Teresa Hart who breaks down some personal finance knowledge that may have you questioning that latest Door Dash order...
Live from Blue Rock with Sec. Jim Hagen
“The 605 Show” podcast records episode 36 live from Blue Rock Bar & Grill. Along with trying menu items and chatting with the Blue Rock team, hosts Vaney Hariri and Alana Snyder catch up with South Dakota Secretary of Tourism, Jim Hagen.
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