Looking for a romantic getaway but don’t have the time or money to go too far? Look no further. The Salisbury House & Gardens is one of the top romantic, world-class cultural and artistic destinations in Iowa. Continue reading “Salisbury House: A Hidden Historic Treasure is Awaiting your Visit”
New to the downtown scene, Hy-Vee Market Grill on Fourth and Court definitely lives up the hype.
Having never visited any of the other Hy-Vee Market Grills in the area, I was skeptical that a restaurant located in a grocery store could rival the experience of some of my other favorite Des Moines spots. Boy, was I wrong. Continue reading “5 Reasons to make the new downtown Hy-Vee Market Grill your next stop”
Des Moines’ spring and summer concert season is just around the corner. The city is jam packed with local talent and creative spaces to hear music. Local musician and artist, Jessica Villegas sat down with us to discuss why she enjoys Des Moines’ music scene.
“Des Moines’ music scene is unique. I like getting to know all the awesome musicians and being able to actually hear what’s produced around Des Moines,” she said. Continue reading “7 Upcoming Concerts in Des Moines That You Can’t Miss”
Des Moines is probably not the first place that one would assume has good juice and smoothie bars, we’re more known for our corn and BBQ. However, the city has a longstanding juice and smoothie bar that is local and fits the character of the Roosevelt shop area it is located in. Continue reading “Move Over Cali, Des Moines has a Strong Smoothie Game: The Juice Company”
You don’t have to travel to a rural farm two counties over to learn about preventing erosion. You don’t have to get married, buy a house and get a dog to find out what it’s like. In fact, there’s a podcast for that. Iowans are taking to the (digital) airwaves to chat about a wide variety of topics. Here are five created in Iowa that you may want to tune in to. Continue reading “5 Iowan Podcasts that aren’t about corn”