Business of Life
The “heart house” will be one of the stops on the Czech Village/New Bohemia Main Street District’s inaugural Room with a Brew event, planned from 5-8 p.m. on Sept. 23.
There are three very different new options for recently engaged couples – the top of the new Cedar Rapids Public Library, outdoors in the Klopfenstein Amphitheater for the Performing Arts at Lowe Park in Marion, or inside the state of the art Grand Ballroom of the Doubletree by Hilton in downtown.
Although area gardens and fields are covered with snow, winter is a busy season for local food program managers, like Rachel Wobeter of the UNI Local Food Program.
The entire staff at Workplace Learning Connection is passionate about engaging students in career planning, which is good for local kids and business.
A hand-written sign at the entrance to New Bo Books asks if customers have made their 2014 reading lists yet. If not, no problem.
Gastronomic changes are coming to a Cedar Rapids hot spot.
While some may view the winter as a time best spent curled up on the couch with a steaming cup of hot cocoa, many area runners use the season to train for upcoming road races.
Mark Cardis remembers playing in the yard of the hilltop Victorian home, next door to his family’s house in northwest Cedar Rapids.
It won’t be the Lincoln Cafe, but a dollop of hope remains for fans of the popular Mount Vernon restaurant.
Readers in North Liberty now have more room to browse, read and hang out at the city’s library.