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ICYMI: It's time to burn down the house again, Des Moines. Famed Talking Heads frontman David Byrne has marked Iowa's capital city as a tour stop for his upcoming run of summer dates. He'll be at the Civic Center on June 5. Now, for more entertainment news ... 

Rejoice, lunch lovers! 

Something Italian, the downtown Des Moines pizza slice staple has re-opened after closing for seven weeks due to skywalk construction. In related pizza news. popular Des Moines pizzaria Gusto announced a fourth metro location earlier this week. 

The Eagles take a concert bow with songwriter J.D. Souther, second from left, during a fundraiser for Gov. Jerry Brown at the San Diego Sports Arena in 1979. Pictured from left are Timothy Schmit, Souther, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Don Felder.

The Eagles take a later flight. 

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group the Eagles announced last week the previously scheduled Des Moines concert for March 21 will now take place March 26 at Wells Fargo Arena. All purchased tickets will be honored at the new date and, if unable to attend the new date, fans can seek a refund at the point of purchase. 

Happy hour highlight: 

Happy hour can come in the morning, right? And it can include bagels, right? If so, this Juice writer tried a must-have breakfast stop in Clive.

It's not going to be (completely) freezing this weekend ... 

Saturday: Casssadee Pope performs a post-game Iowa Wild concert. More information at iowaeventscenter.com.
Sunday: Pokey Lafarge returns to Wooly's. More information at woolysdm.com.



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