Good morning, Iowa!
Get ready for this Saturday and head out to Ingersoll Live! It's a street festival of the Ingersoll and Grand District on the 2800 block of Ingersoll Avenue offers live music, including performances by The Maytags and Brazilian 2wins, food, beverages and street performances. It's happening from 4 to 11 p.m. and admission is free. What else is happening this week? Let's talk about it...
It's been a bittersweet time for many Iowa parents this week. I don't have any kids, but I've been getting a lot of second-hand feelings from watching my friends go through the process. It's not easy. Every experience is different, but there are some universal truths and feelings associated with this day that all parents have.
Iowa sure is a lot more than breaded pork tenderloins, breweries on every bike trail, corn growing tall and pigs ruling the roost. Here’s a look at eight hidden treasures found all across the state that can give tourists a reason to discover old places that make this state even more interesting.
Thousands of students head to the Drake University campus as classes get set to commence for the fall semester. And they're all going to get hungry. Here, a look at nine restaurants in the Drake neighborhood that serve up everything from diner fare and sushi to breakfast and pizza. Dig in.
Second Annual Tour de Fur
On Sunday, Help the cats and dogs at Furry Friends Refuge animal shelter by participating in this charity bike ride. Begin registering at 11 a.m. and take off from Fox Brewing at 11:30. Along the way, make rest stops at Sully’s Irish Pub, 515 Brewing Company, The Blazing Saddle and Exile Brewing Company. Take a break for a massage at Water Works Park and refreshments at the Windsor Heights Dog Park. Advance registration is $20 and includes drawing for prizes. Get tickets at tinyurl.com/tourdefur2016.
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