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Shane Goodman was honored as the Publisher of the Year on April 28, 2016, in San Diego, California, at the Association of Free Community Papers annual conference and trade show. Goodman is the president and publisher of Big Green Umbrella Media , which publishes more than two dozen titles including 21 separate Iowa Living magazines, Relish, Iowa Momentum, Pipsqueaks, The West Des Moines/Waukee Business Journal and Cityview, in addition to a number of other niche publications, events, websites and digital marketing options. Comment?
From nowhere, Des Moines became a solid barbecue town in the last two decades. Beginning with Flying Mango's opening in 1997, central Iowa and barbecue initiated a sudden love affair. Comment?
Most ethnic cuisines in Des Moines began in the inner city in neighborhoods attractive to immigrants. Italian restaurants spread from the south side, Vietnamese from the Drake and Riverbend areas, Jalisco/Michoacan from the east side, and Chinese from downtown. Comment?
Cityview readers nominated them, now you get to decide who Des Moines' Sexiest man and woman are on Friday, Dec. 4. In the six years of Des Moines' Sexiest People voting, our readers have introduced us to some inspiring, motivated and community-centered people residing in the Des Moines area. We've learned that "sexy" is about more than just looks, and our 2015 candidates prove that. Comment?
Too many restaurants try to do too many different things. Food writers call this "Cheese Factory Syndrome," referring to menus so large they need book binders. Comment?
Many residents of Waukee already know how great their fire department is, but this weekend is a chance to see firsthand. The Waukee Fire Department strives to be involved with the Waukee community through family-friendly events like this weekend's trap shoot, which benefits the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. Comment?
Tyson Fresh Meats' decision to permanently cease beef-packing operations at its Denison plant in August jettisoned some 400 workers, many of them Latino immigrants with varying degrees of language proficiency and connections to Iowa. Days later in Denison, at least 213 job-seekers from the former Tyson plant made their way through a table-packed event center alive with chatter on wages and benefits and opportunity, said Ed Wallace, deputy director of Iowa Workforce Development. Comment?
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