Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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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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Posted August 13, 2014in Cover Story

KISS and tell

My first memory of KISS is from second grade in Dubuque. My best friend at the time was a kid named Toby Benson, and Toby’s parents were much cooler than mine. While my dad was listening to Neil Diamond and Billy Joel, Toby’s parents were taking him to Ratt concerts

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Posted August 06, 2014in Cover Story

Iowa State Fair Live Music Preview

Come one, come all, for State Fair time is upon us once again. The mighty Iowa State Fair has a long and storied history of quality live music, and organizers have taken special pride in making sure that the fair has something for everyone. From the looks of things, 2014

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Posted July 30, 2014in Cover Story

2014 Swimsuit Edition

For the past four years, we have brought you photos of local models in swimsuits in this annual edition. Much like last year, we packaged all the photos in the front part of our regular weekly Cityview and wrapped it all in a glossy cover. This issue has become such

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Posted July 23, 2014in Cover Story

48 Hour Film Project

The list of things couples should avoid to ensure a happy marriage is long and treacherous. Topping the list are the common hotspots of long-distance relationships, airing dirty laundry in public and, of course, working together. One of the more stressful shared work experiences a couple can endure is the

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Posted July 16, 2014in Cover Story

Bigger. Bolder. Better. Brewfest is back!

Cityview’s Brewfest has become a well-known and highly anticipated event in central Iowa. And while similar beer-tasting festivals have sprung up in Des Moines and across the Midwest, the thousands of Brewfest participants each summer are a testament that this event continues to set the standard. In other words, it’s

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Posted July 09, 2014in Cover Story

Sex, drugs and one last show

To hear them tell it, Motley Crue is really done after this. When Vince Neil, Mick Mars, Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx swing through Des Moines this week on their “All Bad Things Must Come to an End” tour, it’ll be your last chance to see VH1’s Ninth Best Metal

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