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Iowa Nice Guy

2014 Elections
12:43 pm
Fri October 24, 2014

Iowa Nice Guy Announces Run for Governor of Iowa

The Iowa Nice Guy says he’s running to represent the “Nice Party” of Iowa.

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News Buzz
4:32 pm
Fri May 2, 2014

Hey Cancer

To see the video, visit: http://www.scottsiepker.com/new-video-hey-cancer/
Scott Siepker

"Iowa Nice Guy" Scott Siepker joins Ben Kieffer on River to River to talk about his latest video "Hey Cancer," which he created as a humorous tribute to his late father, Terry “Zip” Siepker, who lost his second battle with leukemia last year.

"If you have somebody in your life that you love...please get out there and do it- tell the people you love that you love them!" - Scott Siepker

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River to River
4:25 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

Tele-Medicine Abortions / "Iowa Nice Guy" Scott Siepker / UI President Sally Mason

The final vote on whether wrestling will remain an Olympic sport takes place this weekend in Argentina. So will the sport many connect with the original Olympics be ousted? The “Iowa Nice Guy”, aka Des Moines actor and filmmaker, Scott Siepker has surfaced again, this time to support wrestling’s bid to regain its Olympic spot for 2020 and ’24. We talk with him in the first half hour.

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Talk of Iowa
11:33 am
Thu September 27, 2012

Rural Iowa Literature and Scott Siepker

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Ferner Nuhn, Ruth Suckow, Bess Streader Aldridge... the names of Iowa authors whose books have long gone out of print. A new website, Rural Lit RALLY is doing its best to make sure that they are not forgotten. Talk of Iowa rediscovers some works of literature from rural Iowa.

Also, "Iowa Nice Guy" Scott Siepker discusses his two new Iowa videos - "Cyclone Nice" and "Hawkeye Nice" with Charity Nebbe.

Arts and Culture
12:00 am
Tue February 14, 2012

Independent Film Company “Iowa Filmmakers"

Paul David Benedict, Scott Siepker, and Brandon Dunphy make short movies as the company "Iowa Filmmakers". They are on location for their short film titled "Quiet Forest".
Photo by John Pemble

Many movies are created by large studios for theaters and television, but a group of Iowa film makers launched a small movie production company with the plan of only using the Internet to reach an audience. With small a budget and help from volunteers they’ve had their first taste of success on a national level.



 

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