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Posted September 17, 2014in Cover Story

Our 100 favorite bars

How many Des Moines-area bars have you actually visited? Are you a wanderer of watering holes or a nightlife newbie? It’s not hard to find a good drink in the metro. In fact, the hardest part is probably choosing where to start your night on the town. With hundreds of

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Posted September 10, 2014in Cover Story

American Dreamers

On the eve of the Fourth of July, in front of the Iowa State Capitol and thousands of patriotic fans, Los Paranderos opened the Des Moines Symphony’s annual Yankee Doodle Pops concert. In both Spanish and English, Michael Nuñez sang the band’s song “Immigrant.” “Mi hermano! Yo vine a trabajar,

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Posted September 03, 2014in Cover Story

Ernst vs. Braley

The race for the open U.S. Senate seat between Bruce Braley and Joni Ernst has turned into a blockbuster battle with not only the future direction of Iowa politics on the line but perhaps control of the U.S. Senate and the fate of Barack Obama’s presidential legacy. When U.S. Senator

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Posted August 27, 2014in Cover Story

Ultimate BBQ challenge

Each year at this time, Cityview launches a search for our readers’ ideas about the ultimate place to go for a certain type of food. Four years ago you chose B&B for sandwiches, then Gusto for pizza, Chicago Speakeasy for steak, and Noodle Zoo Ankeny for pasta. This year we

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Posted August 20, 2014in Cover Story

2014 Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide

The days might be getting shorter, but that doesn’t mean the list of fun and exciting things to do in Des Moines is shrinking as well. Gone are the days of hot weather and water-fueled fun; now it’s time for pumpkin patches, hot chocolate and holidays. It’s time to pull

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Posted August 20, 2014in Cover Story

2014 Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide- Theater

Although films and TV dramas are able to satisfy all kinds of fantasy one has in mind, with all the fictional and non-fictional stories in addition to CGI effects that are getting more realistic day by day, there is one aspect that holds the flat screens back from matching up

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Posted August 20, 2014in Cover Story

2014 Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide- Music

From large venues to small, we’ve listed the talented musical acts visiting the metro this fall to our best abilities. It may not be all-inclusive, as there are literally hundreds of shows to choose from this fall. To finish up summer, though, there are still plenty of headliners on outdoor

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Posted August 20, 2014in Cover Story

2014 Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide- Film

As the nights get longer, the movies get darker and scary ghost stories replace the light-hearted comedies of summer. Horror films and thrillers fill the weeks surrounding Halloween, but if gore and evil spirits aren’t your cup of tea, there’s still plenty to see at the theaters this season. “Saturday

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Posted August 20, 2014in Cover Story

2014 Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide- Art

Fall is a time of transition in Iowa: Students go back to school, the lush green landscapes lose their pigments and the art studios change their exhibits. You can still catch many of the shows started in the summer, but most of them will be taken down and replaced by

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Posted August 20, 2014in Cover Story

2014 Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide- Outdoors

Although the season of warmth and sunshine is slipping away, nothing should stop you from stepping out of the house for all of the colder-weather events coming up. From food to sports events, charities to holiday specials, there is so much more that Iowa has to offer in the second

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