We're creeping closer to Valentine's Day and you still have the chance to attend the Register's "Love and Heartbreak" storyteller series. There will be stories about the times love worked and when it fell flat on its face — and everything in between. Get your tickets here. If that's not something you think you'd be into, here are several more events happening this month that you should check out. Ok, now...enough of the the small talk, let's get (in)formation....
It's that time of year again, folks! We're looking for you to nominate young professionals who have dedicated their past year to increasing the livelihood of the Des Moines metro community in various ways. There's even a new award category this time around, DSM Creative of the Year, which highlights an individual who is pushing creativity in their field, whether it be art, graphic design, music, food styling, interior design, architecture or another area of work or study.
Get it done: Nominate a friend or colleague for a YP award
Stand-up comedian Ralphie May is headed our way to April 16 at Hoyt Sherman Place to hand out a few laughs. Tickets will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. and can be purchased at the Hoyt Sherman Place box office or through Ticketmaster.
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Haley Jenkins, a 21-year-old senior at Drake University, is just like any other college student. Well, except for one thing. She lives in a retirement community. Thanks to a new artist-in-residence program, Jenkins stays there for free in exchange for twice-monthly musical performances.
I'M KINDA BUZZED AND IT'S ALL BECAUSE...
- Ameena, Juice