Monthly Archives: March 2017

Pan-Seared Salmon with Kale-Apple Salad

Elevate your dinner with a juicy salmon fillet and this crunchy, tangy kale salad.

Leveraging the digital marketing surge

With spending on online ads surging, however, many businesses in the Corridor are likely to consider new ventures in the digital marketing landscape. We round up some local experts to offer advice on how to make the most of digital marketing.

329 building to add NewBo housing option

A review of plans for the proposed 329 project in Cedar Rapids’ New Bohemia District has pushed growing interest in NewBo home ownership and concerns over parking into the spotlight.

Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Peppers

Spice up your stuffed pepper game with the flavor of buffalo chicken and ranch.

Mercy to host ‘nesting’ event April 1 for expecting parents

Mercy Medical Center is hosting “Nesting: An Event for Expecting Parents,” from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. April 1. This open house event at Mercy’s Lundy Pavilion, 701 10th St. SE, Cedar Rapids, is designed to be educational and offer expecting parents a chance to see what they can expect when they have their baby at Mercy.

Corridor Autism Resource Expo to be held April 1

The fourth annual Corridor Autism Resource Expo (CARE) will be held at the Cedar Rapids Public Library from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. April 1. Educational and information sessions will be held throughout the day in Whipple Auditorium.

Roasted Tomato Mac and Cheese

Make a creamy, moist homemade macaroni and cheese with a fraction of the calories.

Mixed use closes in on Briskey Cabinet site

An intersection near the Coralville Strip will soon see the addition of two mixed-use buildings and one apartment complex if approved by city council.

Corridor Angel Investors aim to give startups a boost

The Corridor’s search for a better matchmaking system to pair startups with potential investors has led to the formation of a locally based angel investor group.

Commemorating 30 years
of Strategic Financial Solutions

Upcoming Events

The Corridor Business Journal’s annual Health Care Summit will examine national health policy issues and refocus them to the regional level.

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