Argus Leader freelance writing – fall of 2015

I’ve kept busy this fall by continuing to write for Argus Leader Media and  its sub-publications. This post simply links to some of those stories.

The following articles appeared in the Sioux Falls Business Journal:
In hot market, some sellers forgo Realtor – This article looks at some benefits and risks of going “for sale by owner” in the current real estate market.
Despite bounty of restaurants, few cater to vegetarians – While Sioux Falls likes to think of itself as a growing city, most restaurants can be tough to navigate on a no-meat diet.
Few businesses meet chip card deadline – While October 1 marked a liability shift of fraudulent transactions from credit and debit card providers to retailers who aren’t ready to handle EMV cards, many businesses across the country – and in Sioux Falls – have yet to upgrade.
From Sioux Falls to Google – Paul Cesar left KeyMedia Solutions to start a job at the Googleplex out in California, but we had the chance to talk for this business news brief before he headed west.

The Link is a weekly section of the Argus Leader that seeks to keep the public informed about entertainment and arts events going on in the community, along with some look at the plethora of dining options in Sioux Falls.
Zombies to play dead downtown – The Sioux Falls Zombie Walk celebrated it’s tenth anniversary this fall.
Original thriller ‘Mousetrap’ opening at Orpheum – The Sioux Empire Community Theatre put on Agatha Christie’s murder mystery play, asking audiences to help them guard a decades old who-done-it secret.
Child concentration camp survivor speaks at USF – While performing I Never Saw Another Butterfly, the University of Sioux Falls theatre company hosted holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher to help bridge the generational and cultural gaps between today’s Americans and the WWII terror faced by Jewish children.

From the Life section:
Pop-up restaurants offer options for chefs, diners
 – Sioux Falls has a vibrant array of restaurants, but as the city grows even more variety is becoming available to the areas diners thanks to guest chefs taking over kitchens for a night to host pop-up dinners.

The Argus has given me the chance to cover a lot of cool things, and they do a good job of keeping the greater Sioux Falls up-to-date on what they want and need to know. You can check out their website by clicking here, and, if you like, subscribe here.

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