Monthly Archives: February 2013

Hayek praises growth and development

Last year was one of slow but steady growth for Iowa City.

NewBo artist inspired by creative neighborhood

For the last 10 years, local artist Russ Fagle has been inspired to depict Cedar Rapids’ New Bohemia neighborhood through a socialist lens.

Music lessons: Changing lives one note at a time

Ages of the students who learn at West Music range from one month to 100 years old, said President and CEO of West Music Co. Robin Walenta.

Ladd Library prepares to open

Consider it a sneak peek at what’s ahead.

Bornbach adds marketing services

You need to know what makes you special.

Tutoring startup growing, moves into CoLab

The company offers users an online, global roster of tutors with knowledge in specific areas.

SelfBrand founder to speak in Cedar Rapids

Catherine Kaputa uses the same tactics she once applied to large clients when working with individuals to define their brand.

Cracking jokes: Local comedy scene sees growing interest

About three years ago, Iowa City was essentially jokeless.

Implementing reform: Where to begin?

You have to start somewhere.

Iowa City gluten-free company’s sales increase

Anna Sobaski, owner of Breads From Anna, which makes gluten-free products, has seen a steady increase in sales ever since her first bread mix went on the Internet in March 2004.

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