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Posted September 02, 2020in Feature 1

Iowa high school sports dynasties

Which Iowa high school sports powerhouse can lay claim to being called the most dominant dynasty of all time? What is the most feared program in Hawkeye-state history? Which team [...]

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Posted August 05, 2020in Feature 1

Cops

You can’t turn on the TV, switch on a computer or exist within shouting distance of electricity without being electronically smacked by sirens, flashing lights and urgent-speaking media-types narrating a [...]

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Posted July 01, 2020in Feature 1

Summer Arts & Entertainment Guide

COVID-19, coupled with social distancing, facemasks and cancelations, have altered central Iowa’s summer plans in a big way. That is no news flash. But as pandemic restrictions begin to lift, [...]

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Posted April 01, 2020in Feature 1

Play ball! (and soon, please?)

Relaxing at Principal Park while sipping something cold and watching America’s hottest up-and-coming baseball talent is a summer staple in central Iowa. Triple-A baseball usually begins in April and runs [...]

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Posted March 04, 2020in Feature 1

Only in Iowa

Iowans embrace the state’s quirks. We believe wiener schnitzel should be made with pork instead of veal and served on a bun, and that French dressing should be orange and [...]

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Posted February 05, 2020in Feature 1

Bullseye! CITYVIEW Best of Des Moines

Local people, places and events hit the target in our 2020 Best Of Des Moines readers’ poll. The Best Of Des Moines Awards act as all great democracies should. There [...]

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Posted January 01, 2020in Feature 1

Cuddling therapy

When intermingling with people and getting hugs isn’t enough, this therapeutic and platonic touch may be the answer. Michelle White was looking for a way to fulfill her need for [...]

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Posted November 06, 2019in Feature 1

Best-selling menu items

Learn about Des Moines diners’ favorite dishes at the chains and the indies. Literature and painting have chronicled the foods that delighted and enchanted people of other centuries. What foods [...]

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Posted October 02, 2019in Feature 1

Time for The Slaughterhouse

A conversation with a co-founder of one of Des Moines’ most famous haunted attractions and two of his key collaborators. Ian Miller and his brother started Big Al’s Slaughterhouse a [...]

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Posted September 04, 2019in Feature 1

Fall Arts & Entertainment Guide

A jam-packed autumn season includes must-see live music, theater, sports and art events from all around the area. Are you ready for some fall entertainment? Prepare to fill up on [...]

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