so you know, if you wind up being bored this
summer, it’s going to be your own fault. Seriously,
you guys, there is so much to do around here
when it gets warm out. Of course there’s the
big stuff: 80/35 celebrates year five this July,
and there’s the Iowa State Fair in August. And,
as always, there’s a slew of touring acts coming
through, so much so that you’re sure to find
something to spend your money on.
Sound Copland takes her show on the road (again)
Roxi Copland’s life has seen her yo-yo between
the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest. The child
of Aberdeen, Wash. (one-time home of Kurt Cobain),
Copland came to Iowa for college, moved to Vancouver,
B.C., last year
Lamberti’s police report. GOP’s platform report
When Jeff Lamberti was picked up for drunk driving
on the freeway the other evening, the mixed
drinks that he and his buddy allegedly were
drinking were in a Super Bowl Cup.
Promising Lao-Thai-Chinese cuisine, Lily Restaurant
opened recently in a venue where several other
S.E. Asian restaurants had quickly come and
gone. The café’s odd décor (an umbrella hangs
from the ceiling Read
Will student debt issue mobilize young Iowans?
U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, says the clock
is ticking on legislation to prevent federal
college student loan rates from jumping from
3.4 percent to 6.8 percent.
Room Canine Olympics
canine competition offers
an array of events
They say you can’t
teach an old dog new tricks, but the
people at Canine Craze will dispel that
myth during the 8th Annual Canine Olympics
on Saturday, June 2.