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  1. Bishop names Dr. Barbara Quijano Decker as new Catholic Charities executive directorRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Cityview Online

    Bishop Richard Pates has named Dr. Barbara Quijano Decker, J.D. as the new executive director of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Des Moines. In this role, she will oversee a staff of approximately 80 full- and part-time staff in Des Moines and Council Bluffs who serve those living in the 23 counties of the Diocese of Des Moines.

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  2. IMT Des Moines Marathon announces new race to raise monument fundsRead the original story

    Thursday | Cityview Online

    A one-mile race will kick-off the IMT Des Moines Marathon celebrations this fall, while raising donations for the State of Iowa Monument Conservation Fund, organizers announced today. The inaugural IMT Des Moines Monument Mile will run along historic Walnut Street, starting at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument atop the Iowa State Capitol grounds and finishing at the popular Cowles Commons gathering space at 7 pm on Thursday, September 20. "We are offering not only a great new event but the opportunity to support a great cause" race director Chris Burch said, "The monuments surrounding the Iowa State Capitol are in need of repair and matching funds have been established to do just that.

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  3. Bankers Trust Altoona location to display outdoor public artworkRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 18 | Cityview Online

    The Altoona location of Bankers Trust, at 3820 Eighth St. S.W., is the new home of a piece of traveling public artwork. The large, painted golf ball was originally created as part of a public art project in conjunction with last year's Solheim Cup, an international women's golf event.

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  4. Dallas County food pantry plans gala fundraiserRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 17 | Cityview Online

    The organization that sponsors the Waukee food pantry and free clinic will host a fundraising gala in Waukee on Friday, May 4. The Waukee Area Christian Services gala is scheduled for the evening of May 4 at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Waukee. Tickets can be obtained online at waukeechristianservices.org/gala or by calling 515-987-5523.

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  5. City of Urbandale: Tree City Usa RecipientRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 12 | Cityview Online

    The City of Urbandale was recently honored with the 2017 Tree City USA Award at the 28th Annual Community Forestry Awards Luncheon in Des Moines. The award was presented by the Arbor Day Foundation and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources on April 4, 2018.

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  6. American Collegiate Water Polo League Championships at Wellmark YMCA April 14-15Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 12 | Cityview Online

    The first water polo tournament at the new MidAmerican Energy Aquatic Center & Prairie Meadows Pool at the Wellmark YMCA, 501 Grand Ave., will bring college teams from seven Midwestern states to downtown Des Moines for two days of continuous water polo action April 14-15. Spectators are welcome and can enter the event through the Skywalk entrance on Grand Avenue.

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  7. Des Moines Symphony Academy Launches Project Encore, a Collaboration...Read the original story

    Tuesday Apr 10 | Cityview Online

    The Des Moines Symphony Academy and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa are pleased to announce the public launch of Project Encore at the Symphony Academy's 15th Anniversary Celebration, Music Matters, on Tuesday April 17. Project Encore, the Des Moines Symphony Academy's one-of-a-kind collaboration with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa, provides group violin lessons to students in kindergarten through fourth grade. This unique learning opportunity provides students with access to music instruction and instruments at no cost to their families.

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  8. Shock-Rock' Singer, Songwriter and Actor Alice Cooper Comes to the Civic Center in OctoberRead the original story

    Monday Apr 9 | Cityview Online

    Des Moines Performing Arts is pleased to present singer, songwriter, and actor, ALICE COOPER, to the Des Moines Civic Center stage on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018 at 8 p.m. ALICE COOPER, whose career spans over 50 years, is considered the architect of "shock-rock." Tickets to A PARANORMAL EVENING WITH ALICE COOPER will be available starting at 9 a.m. on Friday, April 13 at DMPA.org, the Civic Center Ticket Office, and by phone at 515-246-2300.

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  9. Four Store Openings in April and MayRead the original story

    Monday Apr 9 | Cityview Online

    Outlets of Des Moines, an open-air lifestyle destination in Altoona, Iowa, and the region's first outlet center is pleased to announce the openings of four national retailers. American Eagle and Christopher & Banks will open in April, Michael Kors Outlet and Lucky Brand to follow in May. "We are thrilled to welcome Michael Kors, American Eagle, Christopher & Banks, and Lucky Brand to the Outlets of Des Moines, said TJ Just, general manager.

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  10. Downtown Farmers' Market Begins May 5Read the original story

    Friday Apr 6 | Cityview Online

    The countdown begins! Opening Day of the Downtown Farmers' Market presented by UnityPoint Health - Des Moines is just one month away. The Market will open for its 43rd season on Saturday, May 5. The Market is produced by the Greater Des Moines Partnership.

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  11. Urbandale's First Quarter Building Valuation Highest Since 2012Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 5 | Cityview Online

    The City of Urbandale's Community Development Department issued a total of 153 building permits in the first quarter of 2018, with a total valuation of $23.7 million. This is the highest total first-quarter valuation since 2012.

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  12. Installation begins on long-awaited public art sculpture "A Monumental Journey"Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    The Greater Des Moines Public Art Foundation is pleased to announce that Neumann Brothers Construction has begun the installation process of "A Monumental Journey" at Hansen Triangle Park bordered by Grand and 2nd Avenues, in downtown Des Moines. The world-class public art project, designed by acclaimed artist Kerry James Marshall, honors the legacy of African-American lawyers who founded the National Bar Association in Des Moines, Iowa in 1925 after being denied membership in the American Bar Association.

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  13. Des Moines Regional Skatepark Named Lauridsen SkateparkRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    The regional skatepark taking shape in Greater Des Moines will be called the Lauridsen Skatepark, the skatepark's Campaign Cabinet announced today. The skatepark - planned to take shape along the Principal Riverwalk in Downtown DSM - is named after Nix and Virginia Lauridsen, who have gifted $1 million to the project from the Lauridsen Family Foundation.

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  14. Former neighbors are throwing stonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    Mike Farrell's third-place curling team consists of a group of friends and former neighbors. The team's season ended Feb. 23 in front of a packed house at the Metro Ice Sports Facility, which is located at 5100 N.W. 72nd St. in Urbandale.

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  15. Christopher the ConqueredRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    Once a musician living in Des Moines, Ford now resides outside of Denver and has made strides in his career since leaving Iowa last summer. In 2015, Ryan Adams tweeted and Instagrammed his praise of Ford's upcoming album "I'm Giving Up On Rock & Roll," and Ford wrote a Reddit post detailing the effects of the "The Ryan Adams Bump."

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  16. Public service isn't always about winningRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    This may surprise you, but I am not referring to the headlines about Bill Dix, the Iowa Senate's majority leader, although that news certainly created a buzz from border to border. The Shell Rock Republican resigned a few hours after photos and video were made public that showed him at a Des Moines bar kissing a lobbyist employed by the Iowa League of Cities.

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  17. ExtravisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    While Ryan Stier does wear glasses, the title of his solo project is not a nod to the extra vision they provide. The name goes deeper than that and instead references Stier expanding his mind.

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  18. More changes on the local restaurant sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    Change is constant, in physics or the restaurant business. As with all paradoxes, there is no rule to find one's way to success in such chaos.

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  19. 2018 CHOICE Awards: Cityview's Hall Of Iowa Culinary ExcellenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    The idea for the CHOICE awards originated 15 years ago and was inspired by Japan's Living National Treasures. That program honors "preservers of important intangible cultural properties."

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  20. Protect this houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 4 | Cityview Online

    Violence against people of faith is nothing new. At some point during the first century, probably around 30 AD, Roman authorities crucified the very first Christian, a man named Jesus of Nazareth.

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