Our friends at the State Theatre had a news story hit the huffington post today: 1926 SD theater, dark since '90s, nears reopening DIRK LAMMERS | November 23, 2012 05:35 PM EST | SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Downtown Sioux Falls in its heyday was home to seven movie theaters, but filmgoers since the early 1990s have been heading to the malls to sit in front of a big screen. Those longing for the old days will get their chance to go retro next year with the long-awaited reopening of the State Theatre, a circa-1926 vaudeville and silent movie house that for the past decade has been undergoing a slow but steady multimillion-dollar renovation. "It's a landmark," said 91-year-old Sylvia Henkin, whose family donated...