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While you're online

6 Augmented Reality: how it works

Did we see you?

See detailed instructions on how to make the magic happen.

Go to desmoines.metromix.com to see dozens of photos from the week, including the YPC Annual Event and weekend scene photos.

16 The bucket list

More music updates

28 things you need to do before the world ends Dec. 21.

Read Joe Lawler’s music blog for updates throughout the week, at desmoines.metromix.com/joe.

40 Fiery foods

These four dishes with tableside fire bring the heat to dining.

See Scott Siepker (yeah, that’s the Iowa Nice guy) give a rundown of the highlights of the issue.

13 HOW TO Be the star of your pickup football game. Here’s how to kick a field goal.

24 STYLE: SEQUINS 5 shimmering looks, modeled in action.

28 WHAT I’M INTO The new center for the Iowa Energy, plus a video of a slam dunk.

Volume 8, No 50 Copyright 2012

36 MUSIC Don’t be fooled by his appearance — Hunter Hayes is no Justin Bieber of country.

THE REGULARS 8 BUZZ 38 MUSIC NEWS AND NOTES 39 TOP SHOWS 57 THE LIST

ON THE COVER

Scott Siepker, 29, sings with karaoke band Party! Party! Turn to Page 16 for more on the bucket list. Cover photo by Zach Boyden-Holmes, design by Amanda Holladay.

Use the LifeInAction app to see Scott Siepker, 29, give some of the highlights of the issue. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

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Greg Warren Greg Warren, seen on “Comedy Central Presents”, “The Late Show” and “Last Comic Standing”, has been building a strong fan base around the country with his act inspired by stories from his Midwestern upbringing. Greg is a favorite on the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom” radio show, which led him to tour theatres across the country with the “Friends of Bob and Tom Comedy Tour”.

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staff Question of the week: What is one item on your personal bucket list? EDITORIAL

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“Writing up my bucket list.”

“A $10 boot of beer during lunch is tempting sometimes.”

“A trip to Bora Bora.”

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“Travel to Venice, Italy.”

Katie Sergio: “Make out with Ryan Gosling.” Charis Maldonado: “Receive a hug from an elephant’s trunk.” Drew Riebhoff: “Get on RuPaul’s ‘Drag Race.’”

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. We’re always looking for new restaurants, bars, story ideas and local people 25-34 to feature in Juice. Send story ideas, info for interesting people and other feedback to info@dmJuice.com.

@dmJuice Instagram photo of the week: Joe Lawler learns how to kick a field goal from Brent Tisl, kicker for the Des Moines Blaze. Read how on Page 13. ZACH BOYDENHOLMES/JUICE

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How to use this issue ‘A

ugmented reality” doesn’t mean much to you, unless you watch TED talks or read tech blogs. So instead, I’ll use the example of “Iron Man” (the Robert Downey Jr. version also seen in “The Avengers”). You know how his helmet gives him information as he’s flying around fighting bad guys and aliens? He still sees the world in front of his face, but those extra Iron Man features are augmented reality. With our augmented reality app, The Des Moines Register LifeInAction app, we’re bringing augmented reality to By Sarah the pages of Juice. Day Owen Well, we couldn’t make everyone an Iron Man helmet in time. But we are using augmented reality in this issue to bring you more on the indicated pages (look for the LifeInAction icon). It’s using your smartphone device — if you’re like me, it’s a part of your hand already — or tablet to view what’s in front of you in a different way. It’s easy to do. Go get the free Des Moines Register LifeInAction app at the App Store or Android market. It’ll work if your device uses iOS or Android operating systems. Then, launch the app. Point your phone’s camera at one of the pages with a LifeInAction icon, or one of the ads with a LifeInAction tab. You’ll get best results if connected to Wi-Fi, or if you’re not in a building that gives your device a signal like it’s in a bomb shelter. If the tower icon is green, that’s a good sign. Then, watch the page come to life on your screen. You’ll see the model on the style page model her outfits and an ad with a car that speeds off the page. You’ll see more photos from the cover story and a video of students talking about their experiences in the Des Moines University ad. Pro tip: Double tap the screen during a video for full screen if you want to pull back from hovering over the page. If it sounds a little science fiction, it’s because we’re doing something new. And what better way to celebrate

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experimentation and innovation happening right here than with a cover story that looks at some of the great experiences in the Des Moines-metro area? Download the app, give it a try and tell us what you think. You can reach me at sarahdayowen@dmJuice.com and on Twitter @SarahDayOwen. Look for more augmented reality features in the next issue of Juice.

Des Moines Register LifeInAction augmented reality app

e-friend of the week Amanda Crawford, 26 Occupation: Stay-at-home mom.

Likes Juice on Facebook.

Q: You've been decorating your house with Christmas treasures from the Salvation Army. What have you found? I found really great metal candlesticks, a metal and glass vase and tons of fabric.

Q: You were trying to find a reasonably priced serger. What is that, and did you find one?

PAGES OFFERING AUGMENTED REALITY Cover: Our intro to this issue 2: Scott Siepker runs down the

highlights 4: How to connect with staff 8: Take the news quiz 10: Send the best bets to your calendar 12: Get more listings 13: More shots of our how-to 17: Photos of an apocalypse burger 18: A muscle car in action 19: Finish the pour 20: Photos of the other list items 24: See the model actually model 28: What a slam dunk looks like when you’re more than 7 feet tall 35: A map of Western Gateway locations 36: A music video 40: Fire on the page 48: Shaking up the featured cocktail Ads: 9, 11, 22, 23, 25, 33, 37, 41, 43,

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A serger is used for sewing. It's basically an upgrade to a sewing machine that gives you higher quality clothing. It also saves a ton of time. I haven't found one yet since they are pretty pricey. Usually between $600-$1,000 for a basic model.

Q: Your kid drew you as a big green and blue banana. Did you get an explanation why? My daughter is always creating something hilarious. When she originally drew the picture, dad was the big blue banana, though when she later labeled them she scrambled everyone up. Dad ended up with a pretty feminine physique.

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4 things on our radar 1. Do you Belieb in magic?

The 2013 music schedule at Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St., is starting to fill out a bit. The Nadas will play a CD release show for their new “Lovejoy Revival” album Feb. 5. ($15). One More Time, a Daft Punk tribute act, plays Feb. 4. ($15). G. Love & Special Sauce and John Fullbright stop on March 20 ($20). The Dirty Heads, The Shiny Toy Guns, Midi Matilda and Oh No Fiasco! perform March 4 ($23) and Pierce The Veil, Memphis May Fire, Letlive and Issues appear on March 31 ($18). Tickets for all the shows go on sale Friday through ticketfly.com.

a. Jerry Brown b. Kevin Ogletree

YPC’s annual event at the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates on Wednesday included recognition of two of its members and the announcement of incoming YPC board members. Laura Palmer (bottom) received the Amy Jennings Young Professional of the Year award, and Brenna Finnerty (top) received the Ashley Okland Community Service Award. The 2013 board of directors includes Emilee Richardson as presidentelect. Mike Banasiak ended his term as president, but will serve on the board as ex-officio, and Lindsay Alderman will take the reins as the 2013 president.

c. Dez Bryant d. Miles Austin

2. What YouTube music star had an anti-American protest song video surface last week? a. Carly Rae Jepsen b. PSY

4. The First Tee takes over Skywalk Golf

3. Young Professionals Connection announces awards, new board members

Let’s see how much you’ve really been paying attention. 1. The Dallas Cowboys beat the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, a day after which player died in a car accident?

Good news if you’re 17 or younger, are the parent of someone 17 or younger or are the person in the office no one likes discussing music with: Justin Bieber is returning to Wells Fargo Arena. The pop singer will play the Well on July 7. Bieber, 18, extended his “Believe” tour into the summer of 2013. The tour is named after his 2012 album “Believe,” featuring the hits “Boyfriend” and “As Long As You Love Me.” Tickets are $39.50-$95 and go on sale Friday through dahlstickets.com. There is a limit of eight tickets per order, so pick out who your seven BFFs are now.

2. Lots of Wooly’s shows announced

News quiz!

When Skywalk Golf returns Feb. 2, it will be in new hands — The First Tee of Greater Des Moines. The First Tee, a nonprofit that teaches golf to kids to promote character development, partnered with the Downtown Community Alliance this year to produce the event. Beginning next year The First Tee will be the event’s sole producer and benefactor. The First Tee of Greater Des Moines Skywalk Golf Classic event, which will be exactly what it sounds like (golfing in the skywalk), will serve as an annual fundraiser for the group. Registration is currently open, and costs $25 per golfer. You can register or sign up to volunteer at skywalkgolf.com.

c. Swedish House Mafia d. One Direction

3. A 5-month-old baby monkey was found wandering the parking lot of what store in Canada? a. Ikea b. Monkey Joe’s

c. Tim Hortons d. The beer store

4. Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday what issue won’t be a priority in the 2013 legislative session (noting the measure would probably be blocked by the Senate)? a. Health care reform b. Same-sex marriage

c. Mustache length d. The death penalty

5. What restaurant chain announced a limited edition perfume that smells like its product? a. Hot Dog on a Stick b. Buffalo Wild Wings

c. Pizza Hut d. Waffle House

SCORECARD Answers: 1 (a), 2 (b), 3 (a), 4 (d), 5 (c) 5 correct: Way to go! You are an informed, productive member of society.

1-2: Less Facebook, more DesMoines Register.com.

3-4: Now is the time to revel in your averageness.

0: Wow. Hopefully you didn’t hurt yourself taking this quiz. We’ll talk slower next time.

Take the news quiz by using the LifeInAction app.

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Go ‘home for the holidays’ Friday through Sunday: If you didn’t have time to stop by Max Wellman’s Home for the Holidays series of shows last weekend, never fear — he’s at it again this week. The popular local jazz artist will be joined by a new seven-piece band this year, and will pay tribute to the throwback cocktail culture. In addition to the regular shows (7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday), there will be additional “rowdier” shows following his performance, which Wellman will co-host with Chris Ford of Christopher the Conquered. During these shows (9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday), many different guest artists from the Des Moines music scene will drop by for short performances. Tickets are $20-$50, with $125 VIP tickets available (which include table seating for four, a bottle of Champagne and a signed CD from Wellman). Des Moines Social Club, 400 Walnut St. Go to desmoinessocialclub.org.

Cheer on your favorite team Saturday: Watch all four of Iowa’s NCAA Division I schools in the Hy-Vee Big Four Basketball Classic, a men’s college basketball doubleheader. The University of Iowa and University of Northern Iowa will tip off at 1:30 p.m., and Drake University and Iowa State University will square off at about 4 p.m. These matchups won’t be repeated until 2014. Tickets are $25-$70 at dahlstickets.com. Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. Go to iowaeventscenter.com. Send the events you want to attend to your calendar by using the LifeInAction app on the page

Find more online Check out a full calendar of events. desmoines. metromix.com

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Shop the Winter Farmers Market Friday and Saturday: The holidays, man. They’re here. And if you still need to pick up gifts or items for a holiday party, the Downtown Winter Farmers Market is the perfect place to do it. Featuring 125 vendors, special programming and live entertainment, it’s a winter paradise of seasonal produce, locally-raised meats, eggs, holiday goods, baked goods and more. Swing by over your lunch break on Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., or shop Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Capital Square and Nollen Plaza, 400 Locust St. Go to desmoinesfarmersmarket.com.

Carrie Underwood Friday: Country megastar Carrie Underwood has sold more than 14 million albums since her 2005 debut, “Some Hearts,” which is certified seven times platinum. She has 14 No. 1 singles, is a five-time Grammy winner, two-time Academy of Country Music entertainer of the year, and a three-time Country Music Association top female vocalist winner. Her latest album, “Blown Away,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and is the namesake of her current tour. Hunter Hayes will open the show (read more about Hayes on this issue’s music page). 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $43.50-$63.50 at dahlstickets.com. Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. Go to iowaeventscenter.com.

‘War Horse’

Through Sunday: “War Horse,” a much-anticipated drama about a young boy’s beloved horse who is sold to the cavalry at the start of World War I, will light up the Civic Center stage this week. It’s the tale of Albert and his journey serving on both sides of the war before finding himself alone and longing for his horse, Joey. Though he is not old enough to enlist, Albert embarks on a mission to find the horse and bring him home. It’s a show filled with new and imaginative staging, centered on life-sized horse puppets that bring to life galloping, breathing and charging and are strong enough for men to ride. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. through Friday, 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, and 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $20-$85. Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. Go to civiccenter.org. dmJuice.com


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Spotlight: Out Networking monthly event

Mark your calendar

Anthony Marinaro, 34, founder, answers a few questions about the organization. Q: What is Out Networking? Out Networking’s concept is simple. It’s a group of LGBT (people) and allies that gets together monthly to connect, because after all we are all in this together. The official mission is as follows: Out Networking is a social, business, and philanthropic networking organization for anyone who is lesbian, gay, transgendered, questioning or supportive.

Out Networking monthly event When: 5:30 p.m. Wednesday Where: Des Moines Social Club, 400 Walnut St. Info: facebook.com/outnetworking,

outnetworking@gmail.com

Q: Why is Out Networking important to the LGBT community and its allies? This group is a safe place for LGBT community members and allies to get together and connect without having to do it at a gay bar or online. It’s 100 percent inclusive with members in their teens to their 80s, from all different walks of life. In the past we have had people make excellent friends, find new careers, meet great vendors and supportive businesses.

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Q: What is this month’s event about, and what are a couple past events? Each month our members and new members

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meet to simply connect. We chat and network. The only formal part of the meeting is the introductions, where you are asked to state your name and your reason for joining the group. We keep it simple since we have so many different types of people who join us. It’s not just professional networking, you can be retired or looking for a job or in school, it doesn’t matter. Just come and meet good people.

White Christmas: It’s the holidays, and networking turns to more celebration than professional development. After your work party, head to White Christmas; A Dance Party, 10 p.m. at Americana, 1312 Locust St. DJ Eight Ten will spin vinyl and attendees will be asked to donate $10 on entry, which will go toward Variety — The Children’s Charity and the After School Arts Program (ASAP). Don’t forget to wear your winter white.

Q: Who should attend, and what should attendees bring? Anyone who is LGBT or supportive. Anyone. If they have business cards, it’s always good to bring those.

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Your team is down by two, but you’re within kicking range. It all comes down on you, the kicker, to win the big game. We got Brent Tisl, 29, kicker for the Des Moines Blaze football club, to tell us how to make the field goal and get carried off the field on your teammates’ shoulders. — Joe Lawler

1: Step up to the football, then take one to three steps back (depending on how long your strides are) and two steps over to your left. If you’re left-footed, reverse that. 2: Approach the ball. Tisl said to move toward the ball in a slight arc, pushing off on your first step with the foot you’re not kicking with. Know where you’ll be kicking in advance; don’t look up at the goal posts as you’re moving forward. “As you’re moving in, keep your head

down and your eyes on the ball.” 3: Kick. Tisl stressed that you need to follow through, not stop once your foot has connected with the ball. The ball will go the direction your foot is pointed, so try to keep it aimed at the center of the goal posts as possible. Kick the ball in the “sweet spot” (the lower half of the ball) to make sure the oblong-shaped ball doesn’t go spinning off in another direction. “It’s like baseball or golf: You’ve got to keep going to get some power

Use the LifeInAction app to see step-by-step photos of how to kick a field goal — and watch Juice writer Joe Lawler try it out.

into it,” Tisl said. And keep in mind that you only have a few seconds to do this. If you hesitate, the opposing team might block your attempt. C’mon, kicker, this is your time to shine.

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The Numbers Speak

On the Street

We sent photographer Joshua Boyer out to discover what young central Iowans think about local and national topics.

Q. What do you want to do before the world ends?

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The amount, in millions, that the state paid in overtime last year. That’s actually better than four years ago, when the Register started tracking overtime pay: The amount was nearly $30.6 million then.

32,000 Maximum income for a single household if you want to rent one of 120 new income-restricted apartments to be built at the former downtown Younkers location. At a recent city council meeting, the number of income-restricted apartments vs. market-rate ones was mentioned before approving the project.

“Go to Italy again.” AMY WHITMAN, 23, GRIMES

“Eat and drink all my favorite things. No more counting calories.” DARRIN

“Break into Tiffany’s and grab as much as I can carry.” KAYDEE

“Get a whole lot of pampering at a spa.”

“Go to Vegas and gamble.” BRIAN

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“Be with my family and burrow into the ground and try to save ourselves.” CHELSEY BONNETT, 28, WEST DES MOINES

“I’m satisfied with my life experiences up to this point so I’m ready for the end.” ASHLEY WARDMAN, 26, WEST DES

“After some personal business I’d eat the best pizza in the world.” LINDSAY MOINES

“Adopt as many orphan children as I can so they can experience the love of a family.” MEGHAN

“Spend as much time with my family and loved ones as possible.” KATIE BIONDI,

“Spend as much money as possible.” JENNA EITZEN, 27, WEST DES MOINES

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“Just be myself and meet as many different people and have as many different experiences that I can.” BRENDEN SELFRIDGE, 21, ANKENY

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Bucket list: 9 days, 28 things to do

Didn’t you always want to see Scott Siepker sing R.E.M.? See him check ‘singing in a band’ off the bucket list.

Scott Siepker, 29, sings while Karaoke band Party! Party! Nick Borror, 31, Joshua Ickowitz, 34, and Joe Kiplinger, 34 (left to right) play in the Sculpture Park. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

We’re nine days from the end of a Mayan calendar, so doomsday, right? Much like the other anticipated end-of-the-world predictions, there’s not a whole lot to back up this apocalypse theory. Dec. 21 marks the end of a 144,000-day cycle of the Mayan Long Count calendar. Reports from Mayan experts say this is just the calendar restarting. But you might as well start checking things off your bucket list before the next Nostradamus-predicted doomsday anyway. Here are some ideas to get you started (maybe try a few in one day, like our cover shoot guys). 16 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 K1

OTHER DOOMSDAY PREDICTIONS

Remember radio show host Harold Camping? His end of the world predictions included May 21, 2011 and in 1994. Y2K didn’t bring the end of the world, either. People have been predicting the end of the world since the 13th century and probably before, based on logic that hasn’t panned out yet. dmJuice.com


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6 end-of-the-world eats If the world was ending and you only had time for one last meal, what would you eat? We asked chef George Formaro what his last burger would be. — Joe Lawler

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is answer was beef fat-fried burgers, but you won’t find them on his menus at Zombie Burger, Centro, Django or Gateway Market. It’s a burger Formaro makes for friends and employees on rare occasions, and he walked us through how to make it. If the world really is ending, no one is going to care how many calories this thing has (a lot).

Formaro strains his beef fat after each cooking and reuses it each time he cooks with it. That results in a more flavorful burger whenever he makes one. “I love the beef on beef flavor,” Formaro said. “If the world is going to end, this could be the burger that does it.”

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How to make it:

» A cast-iron skillet

1. Heat the beef fat to around 300 F in the cast iron skillet. Make sure the fat is deep enough to allow tou to submerge a burger completely.

» Beef fat (ask for suet at a butcher shop) » Hamburger (Formaro uses George’s Grind from Gateway Market) » American cheese » Red onion » Kosher salt

2. Divide the meat into ¼to 1⁄3-pound chunks and flatten them out until they’re about a 1⁄4-inch thick. They’ll look big, but they’ll shrink while cooking.

3. Formaro makes a little hole in the center of each patty to help them cook more evenly (it closes up while frying) and sprinkles kosher salt on each side of the burger for flavor. 4. Lower the patties into the fat, being careful not to splash yourself. Formaro cooks by the way the meat looks, saying “The darker the better.” It works out to about three minutes before you flip the burger to the other side. Formaro said the goal is for the meat to form a natural crust. Once it starts to float, that’s a good sign that it’s done. 5. Once the burger is done, pull it out and add the cheese. Melt it by splashing some of the beef fat up over the cheese. 6. Place on a bun and add some onion. “It doesn’t really need anything else,” Formaro said. After eating, proceed into a beef coma before the world ends.

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Chef George Formaro cooked up this burgers fried in beef fat at the Gateway Market. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

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Triple Tap Trailer Trash Zombie Burger. Formaro isn’t mass producing his beef fat burgers, but this is probably just as unhealthy, with its American cheese, fried pickle, chicken fried bacon, cheese curds and ranch. $10.79 at Zombie Burger, 300 E. Grand Ave.

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24-ounce porterhouse steak. A massive, bone-in steak for $62. Pair it with a $1,200 bottle of Plumpjack Winery cabernet sauvignon. At this point you can say “screw student loan payments!” 801 Steak & Chop, 801 Grand Ave.

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Belly Buster Top Sirloin. A 54-ounce steak. Finish it and you get a free T-shirt (fine enough to face the rapture in) and your photo on the wall for alien archeologists to discover someday. $41.95 at Rube’s Steakhouse, 3309 Ute Ave., Waukee.

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The High Life Man. A quarter-pound burger, Italian sausage sandwich, three strips of bacon, Swiss and American cheeses, grilled onions and jalapenos, topped with mayonnaise and barbecue sauce and served with a little powdered donuts on top. $8.95 at High Life Lounge, 200 S.W. Second St.

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Dad’s Killer Sandwich. Roast beef, turkey breast, smoked ham, corned beef, pepper cheese, Swiss cheese, American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, mustard, Miracle Whip and Tuscan Italian dressing, all served on a hoagie. It’s big enough to bludgeon a zombie with, if that’s how the world ends. $5.99 at B&B Grocery, 2001 S.E. Sixth St.

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4 things to splurge on You’ve always wanted to take that classic car for a spin. You’ve always wanted to splurge on that one-of-a-kind frock. Well, now’s the time. — Jess Knight

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A 1969 Camaro Z28 available at American Dream Machines. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE Better bring your check book. Find it: American Dream Machines, 1500 Locust St.

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A luxury spa package. The end of the world is stressful. So, spend a day at the spa for pampering and relaxation. Book the Sahar’s Signature Spa Package for nearly six hours of full body scrubs, a green tea body wrap, Swedish massage, a lift and tone facial, manicure and pedicure, makeup application and a shampoo and style. It’s pricey, $388 to be exact, but beauty comes at a price.

Find it: Sahar’s Salon and Day Spa, 4100 Westown Parkway, West Des Moines.

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Have your makeup done. Look flawless on these last few days and book an appointment for a professional makeup application. Patrick Boltinghouse, cosmetic artist and owner of Vanity and Glamour, can come to your home (or wherever) and give you a full makeup session that includes airbrush makeup, a whole face of luxury makeup and lashes for $135.

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Rock an expensive frock. Dress to the nines with an outfit that’s swoonworthy. There are a few fantastic luxury boutiques in Des Moines that are sure to have something perfect for you, like a $500 custommade dress at Dornink. Made by designer Sarah Dornink herself, your dress will be beautiful and one-of-a-kind, so you can go out in style. Find it: Dornink, 518 E. Grand Ave.

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7 drinks to try before the world’s expiration date

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A bottle of generic beer and a shot of the usual is no way to toast the end of the world. — Jess Knight

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Stone Enjoy By 12.21.12 IPA. “It’s a beer that was brewed to be enjoyed by a certain age,” said Andy Groomes, a server at el Bait Shop. “It’s a very hoppy beer, so it’s best served fresh.” He said Stone Brewing Company produces this type of beer every couple of months, and they are meant to sell fast. This IPA, called “Enjoy By 12.21.12,” because it will be pulled from shelves on Dec. 22, is a very hoppy, fruit-forward beer with some floral notes, Groomes tells us. Cost: $15 for a Bomber bottle (22-ounces) Find it: el Bait Shop, 200 S.W. Second Ave.

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Laphroaig 30 Year scotch. “It’s aged for 30 years, which is fantastic,” said Tim Hutchins, general manager at The Royal Mile. “But it’s also a scotch that is no longer made, and we’re lucky enough to have two bottles.” Cost: $50 a glass Find it: The Royal Mile, 210 Fourth St.

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Unibroue’s La Fin Du Monde. From the Quebec brewery, this

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French beer is cloudy blonde with a golden hue, with a name that translates to “the end of the world.” Cost: $21.50 for a gift set with a 750 ml bottle and glass, or $5.75 for a bottle. Find it: Red Monk, 210 Fourth St., second floor.

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Smith Haut Lafitte. Ben Nelson, sommelier at Splash, said the wine earned a perfect 100 score from Wine Spectator, a leading wine magazine that rates thousands of topquality vintages across the globe. “It’s the number one rated bottle of wine in the world,” he said. “The vineyard is located in an area of France that has produced wine for hundreds of years, and they produce nearly perfect wines.” The winery also produces Chateau Lafite Rothschild, one of the most expensive vintages in the world, at $11,000 a bottle. Cost: $321 a bottle Find it: Splash Seafood Bar and Grill, 303 Locust St.

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Flaming Toilet Bowl shot. The end of the world isn’t for wimps, so man up with a Flaming

Mike Gauthier, 37, pours a Stone Enjoy By 12.21.12 IPA at el Bait Shop. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE Toilet Bowl shot, a blast of liquid courage that’s sure to put a some hair on your chest. Made with Fire Water (100 proof cinnamonflavored schnapps), Rumple Minze (100 proof peppermint-flavored schnapps) and then topped with Bacardi 151, it’s set on fire and ready to drink. Happy end of the world! Cost: $3.75

Find it: Pickett’s Pub, 6014 N.W. 59th Court, Johnston.

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Boot of beer at Hessen Haus. As bartender Emily McCarthy put it, “Why wouldn’t you?” It’s two full liters of beer — that’s 68 ounces — that you can enjoy with a circle of your closest friends. Cost: $19. Or, enjoy one over lunch (noon-2 p.m.) for $10 Monday through

Friday, or after work (3-6 p.m.) for $15 Monday through Friday. Find it: Hessen Haus, 101 Fourth St.

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A Screwdriver or Greyhound. Don’t scoff at the simplicity of a Screwdriver and Greyhound just yet. We realize they are a quick cocktail of orange juice and vodka, or grapefruit juice and vodka. But at

Charlie’s Filling Station, they aren’t just quick cocktails. Each concoction is made with fresh-squeezed fruit — two oranges or one grapefruit per pint glass. Using anything else would be the end of the world. Cost: $5.50 with well vodka Find them: Charlie’s Filling Station, 305 Grand Ave., West Des Moines

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1 1 things to round out your list Sure, we have great food, drinks and parties, but we also have amazing landmarks and unique activities that every Des Moines-ian should experience. Man, we sure are going to miss this place. — Jess Knight

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Visit the Des Moines Art Center. The museum may be one of the best things to regularly experience in the city, since it changes often. View the latest exhibit and permanent collections (there are more than 4,600 work of art), attend a gallery talk, dine in the restaurant (the menu changes weekly), go to an event, shop in the unique

museum shop or sign up for a class. It’s free admission to browse.

rock star dream. They perform at bars around the metro.

architecture and the views of downtown Des Moines from the 90-foot tower.

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Find it: 4700 Grand Ave.

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Sing in a band. Who cares if you never got your dream rock band off the ground? You can still sing with a live band with Party! Party!, a three-piece band that can play just about any song you can sing, so you can live your

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Visit Terrace Hill. It’s the governor’s mansion, after all. Take a tour of the historic home — built by the first Iowa millionaire, Benjamin Franklin Allen, in 1869 — to marvel at the

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Tour Salisbury House. Take a self-guided ($5) or tour-guided ($7) look at Salisbury House, a manor nestled south of Grand that was built between 1923 and 1928 by Carl and Edith Weeks. The mansion now serves as a museum, cultural

Find it: 4025 Tonawanda Drive Ski, snowboard or tube at Sleepy Hollow Sports Park. Winter’s greatest thrill is a fast slide down Sleepy Hollow’s steep hill. Pick your poison — skis, snowboard or tube — and let ‘er rip! Find it: 4051 Dean Ave.

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Take a pole dancing class. You’ve probably seen Jen Kees and her fitness camp perform at events around the city, so why not give it a try yourself? Sign up for a private class and work out the sexy way. Find it: Kees Camp, 2700 University Ave., Suite 200, West Des Moines

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Walk the Riverwalk loop. Get your last breathtaking look at the city and the river by walking the 1.2 mile loop around the Principal Riverwalk. Bonus — there’s plenty to do on the walk, including a visit to the Botanical Garden, a stop at the Hub Spot and a walk across the Center Street pedestrian bridge. Find it: From the Center Street pedestrian bridge to the Union Railroad pedestrian bridge, downtown.

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Ice skate at Brenton Skating Plaza. While you’re on the Principal Riverwalk, tie on some skates and take a spin

around Brenton Skating Plaza. It’s a favorite wintertime spot with a great view of the city.

must-see for any Iowan. Bonus: Tours are free.

Find it: 520 Robert D. Ray Drive

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Visit the Iowa State Historical Museum. Where did you come from and where are you going? If you’re an Iowa native, or simply interested in our state’s history, check out the State Historical Museum for records, collections, education, exhibits and more. Find it: 600 E. Locust St.

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Visit the Iowa State Capitol. A fine example of 19th century architecture with a gold dome that reaches 275 feet, the majestic building is a

Find it: East Ninth Street and East Grand Avenue Tour the World Food Prize Hall of Laureates. This beautiful downtown building, located on the Principal Riverwalk, is a tribute to World Food Prize founder and Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. Norman Borlaug. It’s part museum, home to the Global Youth Institute, and is a conference center and event space. Newly renovated, the building reopened to the public this past spring, and is open for tours. Find it: 100 Locust St.

Parties for the apocalypse

3 to attend before the world ends

● The Last Sketch Comedy Show Before the End of the World: Sketch comedy by Too Many Cats comedy troupe. 8 p.m. Saturday at The Civic Center’s Stone Theater, 221 Walnut St. $10. ● The End of the World Party: With The Films of John C. Reilly, Ramona and the Swimsuits, Pure Gut, The French Dials and Pussy Willow. 7 p.m. Dec. 21 at The Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. $5. ● The Last Show on Earth: A Mayan Apocalypse Party: Stand-up comedy with Ian Douglas, Tom Garland, Travis Cherness, Jack Lewis and others. 9:30 p.m. Dec. 21. $5 at House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave.

2 just in case the Mayans were wrong ● Post Apocalypse Electro Party: Featuring Little Ruckus, Stewardesses, Surgery, DJ Poetoaster and Is Home Is. 9 p.m. Dec. 22, DG’s Tap House, 125 Main St., Ames. ● 12/22/12: Still Rockin’: 4ENT, Best of Fools and Social Schade. 9 p.m. Dec. 22 at The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. $10.

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See these sparkles in action: Use the LifeInAction app to see Adela Adeniyi-Williams model more.

This time of year, boutique windows and racks are dripping with sequins. Covering everything from shoes to bows, they’re fun, festive and easy to wear. Here are a few examples to mix in. — Jess Knight

SHOP THE SHOOT Mint L.A., 5515 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 135, West Des Moines Fab’rik, 6925 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 150, West Des Moines Aimee, 432 E. Locust St. DSW, 6905 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines

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Covered in gold sequins (also available in black and silver), these shorts make a serious statement. Pair them with tights and a flowing blouse like we did here to make the look more casual. Or throw on a pretty black tank for a night on the town. Shorts, $58, Fab’rik; blouse, $38, Mint L.A.; Verana by G by Guess pumps, $59.95, DSW.

The signature colors of the holiday season make a shimmering statement when paired together, such as this peplum top paired with a mini skirt. Gold top, $42, and silver skirt, $42, Mint L.A.; Verana by G by Guess pumps, $59.95, DSW.

Spiff up your weekend ensemble with a touch of shine, without going overboard. The sequins on this flowing top are just enough when paired with faux leather leggings. Green top with sequin collar, $45, and faux leather leggings (multiple colors available), $20, Mint L.A.; Gaylee by Steve Madden heels, $69.94, DSW.

Look as sexy as you feel in this sequin-covered mini dress. Worn here with heels and jewelry, it would also look great with red leggings for a toned-down look. Black sequin dress, $125, Aimee; Champa by Jessica Simpson pumps, $69.95, DSW.

For a night full of dance and merriment, this dress, with a high-low chiffon hemline and sequined bodice, will move with every step you take. Dress, $82, Fab’rik; Champa by Jessica Simpson pumps, $69.95, DSW.

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A merry and bright home Dress up your living space with this dazzling decor. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Bethany Arganbright, special to Juice SHOP THE SHOOT Porch Light Antiques, 526 E. Grand Ave. Sisters, 202 Fifth St., West Des Moines Target, various locations

Give a serving bowl a new lease on life with a sparkling selection of ornaments. Set of four ornaments, $8; spray, $3; both from Target. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE PHOTOS

Add a little frost to your festivities with these sparklers. Glitter icicle ornaments, Porch Light Antiques, 50 cents each.

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Pastels pair well with just a glimmer of shimmer. Pine cone ornament, $7; acorn sprig, $5; bead garland, $7; all from Sisters.

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Liam McMorrow, 25 Why you should know him: McMorrow, a Toronto, Canda native, is the new center for the Iowa Energy D-League basketball team. At 270 pounds and 7 feet 2 inches tall, you might expect McMorrow to be a longtime basketball player, but he didn’t pick up the game until college (he grew 7 inches after high school). The Iowa Energy’s season started earlier this month and runs through April. I’m new to town, but I’m already a regular at: Buzzard Billy’s, I’ve probably been there 10 times already. It’s an easy walk from the arena. I’ve tried all their Cajun dishes. My favorite player of all time is: Probably Tim Duncan. I’ve been watching him a lot recently, studying his footwork. It’s all about the footwork. When I heard I was coming to Des Moines, I was: Excited. I would have been excited anywhere I went, really. Just being able to play at the professional level is a dream come true. My dream NBA team would be: The Raptors would be good, so I could be at home or Miami for the weather. After a game I: Always call my mom to let my family know how the game went if they didn’t catch it. The thing I miss most about Canada is: Being able to find any kind of food you want. I love Caribbean food. I was Googling on my phone and did see that there’s a Jamaica, Iowa. Websites I check out daily include: RealGM (realgm.com) and the D-League and NBA Twitter feeds.

Use the LifeInAction app to see a video of what it looks like to dunk a basketball when you’re 7-foot-2.

My workout playlist includes: DMX, Drake, Two Chains and Meek Mill. Anything that will get the energy up. When I’m not playing, you might find me: Eating. I try to eat every opportunity I get. I’ve got to consume like crazy to maintain my weight. I Instagram almost all the meals I eat. — Joe Lawler

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Helping people reach their financial goals Jolena Irving, 29 What I do: I’m a financial professional at Principal Financial Group. I help business owners and individuals to successfully reach their financial goals. Why I do what I do: I grew up knowing what it's like to live at poverty level. I decided early on that I would do something to make sure my family didn't go through that. The more I see the impact I have, the more I'm driven to help more people. Planning for your future is important because: Moving ahead is the only option, so why not take that step to be in a position of strength with your finances, instead of won-

this earth. To be taken seriously as a young professional, it’s important to: Remember that there are many people out there that know more than you, and that’s OK. It's a strength to be transparent.

dering about what could have been? I've seen too many people go through trials that could have been avoided if they would have only taken the time to set some goals and adhere to them. To get away from work, I like to: Spend time with my family; they are most of the joy I experience in life. I also play some guitar, sing a bit and love to be outdoors, especially if fishing is on the agenda. How I give back to the community: I'm a volunteer youth leader at my church. I take my youth girls to service projects at homeless shelters, animal rescue shelters and

Jolena Irving, 29, outside her office at Principal Financial on Westown Parkway. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE occasionally someone’s home. I’m driven to show our youth that serving others is important. Best motivational book

I’ve read lately and why I liked it: “The Purpose Driven Life” by Rick Warren. It helps me reflect on why I'm here, and remember what I’m meant to do on

I like to network by: I'm a member of Executive Connections in Ankeny. The dynamics of our group allow us to be real with one another and grow relationships professionally and personally. I've also successfully utilized LinkedIn to meet around 80 people personally within my network. It's been an awesome experience so far. My leadership philosophy: Serve first, show grace and understand

everyone has their story. Lead, but never stop being a student. I can help you by: I can help by offering my professional knowledge and sharing personal experiences. A simple conversation can lead to new ideas, and I can help you fight the fears associated with preparing for your financial future by offering advice based on your goals, not mine. Contact Jolena: 246-4943

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t’s quite lovely now, and within the next decade, business owners and city planners envision Western Gateway lined with landscaped roads, maturing trees, sophisticated restaurants, swanky bars and unique shopping from Fleur Drive all the way to 10th Street. Development could reach as far south as the Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway expansion, blending seamlessly with a southern Market District. It could reach north to High Street, with more housing and businesses linking it to Sherman Hill. Through well-planned walkways, residents and visitors could make their way from the sculpture park to Court Avenue in minutes. Thousands of residents could turn downtown into an 18- or 24-hour city. “The most attractive and desirable urban places

See key businesses and residential developments on the map.

are the ones that have activities at least 18 hours a day,” Erin Olson-Douglas, 38, an urban designer with the city of Des Moines, said. “You only get activity 18 hours a day if you have residents, so Western Gateway needs more residents to make that happen.” With many major developments completed within the past five years (Wellmark’s headquarters, Nationwide, the Pappajohn Sculpture Park), it seems as if the Western Gateway has sprouted overnight. Now, developers are

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The Pappajohn Sculpture Park sits in the center of downtown’s Western Gateway district. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE PHOTOS turning to housing.

More living space A couple of weeks ago, tenants began to move into the Crane Artist Lofts, 1440 Walnut St. The 1916 building, which used to be a toilet factory, is now a space for local painters, singers, photographers, jewelry designers and others. The building features a sound-proof music room, pottery room with a kiln, wide hallways for displaying art, and an outdoor patio with room for sculptures. The lofts will provide an affordable space for artists to live and create, and, Kirk Blunck (Crane Artist Lofts architect and previous owner of the Crane Building) hopes, they will keep the Western Gateway’s creative spark alive. He said since the lofts will inspire creativity,

they could inspire more events, retail and businesses to come to the area. There are 36 units and all but five are rented. One-bedroom units rent between $460 and $650 a month, two-bedroom units rent between $555 and $950. A block north at 1440 Locust St., construction is anticipated to begin on the 14Forty Lofts (formerly called the West End Lofts) this month. Rick Tollakson, CEO of Hubbell Realty, said the project should be completed late next spring. The historic redevelopment of the Mitchell Transmission building will create 37 one- and twobedroom apartments near the sculpture park. Initial plans called for the lofts to be owner occupied. Now, the 14Forty Lofts will be rental units, due to the demand for affordable living space

downtown. Rent will run between $875 and $1,350. Western Gateway’s rehabilitation boom (Crane Lofts, 14Forty Lofts, 10th Street Lofts, National Biscuit Company Flats, etc.) has been helped by state and federal historic preservation tax incentives, which allow developers to rehab historic buildings in the area and turn them into affordable housing units. “(Afforable living spaces) add a whole other component to Western Gateway. There are some apartments already, and this will help bring more vitality to the area,” Tollakson said. “More housing and residents means more shopping, more restaurants, more offices, more people and less missing pieces,” Olson-Douglas said. “Western Gateway

needs more housing so there is a critical mass of people living there to support commercial development,” Erik Lundy, senior city planner, said. “Jobs are there during the day, but it needs to be a 24-hour area.” Lundy said that unlike the Court Avenue district, an entertainment and nightlife district, the Western Gateway boasts many employment opportunities within its boundaries. Now housing needs to catch up.

Building businesses and things to do Frankie Farrell, 33, who opened Liars Club in the Court Avenue district in 2007 (and sold it in 2011), opened the Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., in spring 2011. He said he knew the sculpture park and business from Wellmark dmJuice.com


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ABOUT THE SERIES In the Future of Des Moines series, we’ll tackle big ideas, look at what Des Moines needs to reach the next level and the role young professionals will play in the metro’s future. We’ll report on the movements that are pushing us toward the future and examine what needs to be done to turn big ideas into reality. What do you want to see in the Future of Des Moines series? Contact Juice editor Sarah Day Owen with your big ideas and what you’d like to see, at sarahdayowen@dmJuice.com.

and Nationwide would mean big things for the Western Gateway. “It’s rewarding for me to go into an area of town that has potential and watch the business flow in,” he said. “This area is great because the crowd is older and more mature. They can identify what is a good establishment and what isn’t.” With the success of the Gas Lamp, Farrell is looking for a location to open another establishment. He said he’s been looking at a few possible locations on Grand Avenue or Walnut Street,

but he hasn’t made any decisions yet. One thing’s for sure: He’s staying put in the Western Gateway. “In the next year, I’ll have another establishment in the Gateway. I like what’s happening with it, and we still have a lot of room for growth.” Blunck is working on The You & Me & Co. restaurant at 1303 Walnut St. He hopes to have the interior complete for New Year’s Eve. “It’s going to be pretty interesting down there,” he said. “It fits the profile of the projects I’ve worked on in the East Village

(the Locust Tap, the Teachout Building) in that it’s a simple, historic building and we’re exposing the structure.” “Development is like arteries,” Iowa historian James Jacobson said. “The energy flows where there are things to do. Before the Western Gateway was demolished from auto lots and service companies, it was a small business incubator. It was cheap digs for emerging businesses. It’s interesting to see these new design firms and artist colonies sprout up in the area — it’s creating more arteries and therefore more energy.”

A growing place to live, shop, create Zachary Mannheimer, executive director and founder of the Des Moines Social Club and owner of Proof, 1301 Locust St., said the area already has great restaurants, bars and events. Now, he said, it needs retail. Mannheimer, 35, said he’s confident that the Crane Lofts will bring a unique energy to the Gateway and the potential for retail. With more young people populating the area, especially the creative

Americana, 1312 Locust St. JUICE FILE PHOTO types, the possibility for entrepreneurs and local support for business could sprout. “The Crane Lofts will add a ton of interest to the area,” he said. “They’ll promote support and collaboration in the area.” Mannheimer said he opened the Social Club at 1408 Locust St. in the Western Gateway (before moving to 400 Walnut St.) because he loves the area. He re-opened Proof, one of the first new restaurants in the area, because the local businesses and neighbors were supportive and loyal. He’s looking forward to the Social Club moving into the former fire station at Ninth and Mulberry streets, and being near the Gateway again.

Western connection The addition of retail shops along Grand Avenue and Locust and Walnut streets could give Sherman Hill and Ingersoll residents another reason to come to the district. Mannheimer said that link is already organically creating itself, but OlsonDouglas said it could use a little more help. “We could do a much better job of making our Grand Avenue actually grand,” she said. “The west portion has so much potential, but right now, it’s too wide to be meaningful. I think that as new development is proposed to infill those sites, we’ll ensure that the public routes are made to be quality spaces, which will

make for better links.” Mike Utley, 34, co-owner of Americana, 1312 Locust St., said quality new development is key to creating an easily accessible, usable, multipurpose downtown. More housing, restaurants, bars and retail will draw people to the Western Gateway district. Easy links to neighboring districts will allow for an easy flow of people in and out, so all of downtown benefits. “Not every neighborhood can have its own grocery store or its own wine bar, so we have to create ways for everyone to get from neighborhood to neighborhood easily, and share the amenities,” he said. As the Western Gateway grows, it could act as a connector, providing symmetry between Ingersoll Avenue, Sherman Hill and downtown, helping to eliminate the “dead spots.” “Nobody wants to go to a city where there is a big blank space between neighborhoods,” Utley said. “There should be an even, smooth flow. Otherwise, you lose that valuable connection, and people stay where they are.”

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he Justin Bieber of country” is an unfortunate label Hunter Hayes has been tagged with a few times. Let’s try to put that to rest right now. Yes, he’s young (21). Yes, he’s something of a teen heartthrob. But he also has real musical talent backing everything up: Last week he received Grammy nominations for Best New Artist, Best Country Solo Performance and Country Album. Hayes played every instrument (30 of them) on his selftitled major label debut. He also sang every vocal part, and co-wrote every song. And “Hunter Hayes” isn’t his first album, it’s his sixth. His first, “Through My Eyes,” was released when he was just 8 years old. “I think I just got tired of singing everyone else’s songs,” Hayes said during a phone interview. “I wanted to say my own thing, but I was 6 when I wrote my first song and didn’t have a lot to say. I found out it was this whole other hat I could wear. When I get tired of one thing I can switch hats and try out a new title. It makes the music stay interesting and keeps me doing it for the right reasons.” “Hunter Hayes” has already spawned a top 20 hit in “Storm Warning,” and a No. 1 with “Wanted.” Hayes has toured with Taylor Swift and Rascal Flatts (who recorded Hayes’ song “Play”). He’ll be on tour with Carrie Underwood well into next year. He’ll likely headline his own tour after this round with Underwood. Hayes doesn’t come from a family of musicians. He picked up guitar, piano, drums and 36 Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Carrie Underwood with Hunter Hayes When: 7:30 p.m. Friday Where: Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. Cost: $43.50-$64.50 Info: dahlstickets.com

Hunter Hayes. SPECIAL TO JUICE numerous other instruments on his own and is self taught on all. He hated taking lessons, but could play accordion at an age when most kids are still mastering shoelaces. He heard a world of music over the radio and wanted to be a part of it. “I’ve never been adventurous, until it comes to music,” Hayes said. “I wanted to learn at my own pace, and learn it very quickly. I wanted to play the

songs I heard on the radio, because I got tired of listening.” So when Hayes takes the stage at Wells Fargo Arena on Friday night, it won’t be as some flash-in-the-pan flavor of the minute. He’s got 17 years of experience performing in front of big crowds, dating back to when he sang and played accordion with Hank Williams Jr. when he was just 4 years old. Hayes is soft-spoken when

he’s not performing, but when he takes the stage he said he’s never had fear. Even back then. “I think I was too young to know what stage fright was. For a lack of a better word, I was kind of clueless,” Hayes said. “The biggest thing at that point was I was getting to play music for tons of people. I don’t think I knew what nerves were.”

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Music news and notes Arlo Guthrie will headline the 2013 Live at the Temple Series with a March 27 show at the Temple for Performing Arts. It’s part of Guthrie’s “Here Comes The Kid” tour, paying tribute to his father, Woody Guthrie. Also part of the series is Susan Werner (Jan. 19), Vusi Mahlasela (Feb. 14), Kyle Eastwood (April 8) and Hector Del Curto Tango Trio (May 25). Tickets for the entire series are $180 through Ticketmaster. Individual tickets will go on sale at a later date, if any remain. … Local blues act Matt Woods and the Thunderbolts play the last local show of their “Back Out” tour at 9:30 p.m. Saturday at The Longest Yard. The award-winning three-piece is going on hiatus after this month. Admission is free. … Madison Ray and All the Single Ladies will release its debut album “Starship to Mars” on Jan. 3 at the House of Bricks and Jan. 4 at Wooly’s. Shady at Best will play the House of Bricks show, Deadnote, It’s Complicated and The River Monks play at Wooly’s. Find more info at madisonray.net. …

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Master of ticket sales Heather Hansen, 35, is the co-founder of Midwestix. The Midwestix holiday party is 5 p.m. Thursday at the Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave.

Q: How did you get into the ticketing business? We (Hansen and Kathryn Dickel) first started as Swaelu, a Web design and marketing company. At the time we were approached by Hoyt Sherman to help them develop their donation functionality and some website stuff. The executive director at the time said what they really needed was a ticketing system. We sat down with Mark Doolittle, our partner at the time, and saw there was a huge need for ticketing for smaller venues and nonprofits that Ticketmaster was not serving. We leased some ticketing software and founded Iowatix.

Q: On a local level, how has ticketing changed in that time? It’s been crazy. Ten years ago it was very easy; there was not a lot of competition. Everybody had a bad taste in their mouth with Ticketmaster, so it was easy to come in and focus on being a local company and service oriented. Over the years ticketing has spread through the Internet, and now there are thousands of options. The competition is good. It forces you to determine what your strengths are.

Mint. PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE Mint will release its album “Better Man” on Feb. 5 at Wooly’s. Dana Halferty of Parlours and Katelyn Epperly both make guest appearances on the record. The band is calling it a CD release/ birthday party, because all three members of the band have birthdays on Jan. 31 or Feb. 1. … REO Speedwagon rolls into Prairie Meadows on Feb. 15. Tickets are $44-$84 and go on sale Thursday through Ticketmaster.

Q: What are your own music tastes like? I’m really across the board, from Neko Case to Nina Simone. I’m kind of geared more toward female artists. Matt Woods and the Thunderbolts. Stay updated on all things music in Central Iowa by reading Joe’s blog at desmoines. metromix.com

I was recently out to see Moreland & Arbuckle, Fancy Pants and Gloom Balloon. Anything to give me some insight into molding my own sound. My band, Pony Bucket, is making its big stage debut at the Christmas party. Go to desmoines.metromix.com for a complete list of concerts this week.

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Friday: Iowa folk singer Greg Brown plays a show at 7 p.m. at Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. He’s performed on “A Prairie Home Companion,” been nominated for multiple Grammy Awards and founded Red House Records. Brown released a new album, “Hymns to What is Left,” in October. Bo Ramsey will perform with Brown. $28 in advance through ticketfly.com, $32 day of show.

Saturday: David Zollo, Johnny Reeferseed and the High Rollers, Brother Trucker, Agents of Mischief and others mark the 69th birthday of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards at 9 p.m. at the House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. Expect to hear original tunes by the local bands as well as some Stones favorites. $10. Go to thehouseofbricks.com.

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The Blenders

Tuesday: Minneapolis vocal quartet The Blenders return for their “Holiday Soul” tour, 7:30 p.m. at the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. The group is known for its Christmas songs, putting its own spin on songs like “Joy to the World” and more offbeat ones like Wham’s “Last Christmas.” $39 through Ticketmaster.

Saturday: The Austin band What Made Milwaukee Famous returns for a show at 10 p.m. at Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. The Texas indie band (named after a Jerry Lee Lewis song) has opened for Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, Smashing Pumpkins and many other acts. The Stone Foxes and In Rooms open the show. $10 in advance through tikly.co, $12 at the door.

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Fire is for more than just cooking our food, sometimes it turns dinner into a bit of a show. Here are four dishes that could cost you an eyebrow, but are totally worth the risk involved. — Joe Lawler

1. Appetizers — with a fire pot Find it: Great China, 8569 Hickman Road, Urbandale. Why it’s hot: It’s the appetizers you would expect (egg roll, satay beef, crab rangoon and more), but served with a fire pot to keep your food nice and hot. Price varies by number of people; $5.75 per person.

2. Table-side s’mores

3. Bananas Foster

4. Saganaki

Find it: Louie’s Wine Dive, 4440 University Ave. Why it’s hot: It’s like a campfire at your table, letting you heat your own marshmallows over flames before adding chocolate and graham crackers. Also great for table-side ghost stories.

Find it: Buzzard Billy’s, 615 Third St. Why it’s hot: Bananas sauteed in butter, brown sugar and cinnamon are set aflame with a dark rum, then served with vanilla ice cream to help cool things down. $4.99.

Find it: Olympic Flame, 514 E. Grand Ave. Why it’s hot: Kasseri (a rich white cheese) is splashed with ouzo and then lit on fire, creating an impressive fireball. Opa! $6.95.

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The scene: Owners Mike and Peg McGuigan opened The Radish Dining & Catering five-and-a-half years ago, converting a downtown Grimes house into their quaint and popular restaurant. Shortly after opening, their weekly Sunday brunch became a staple. In fact, reservations after 11 a.m. are strongly encouraged.

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We arrived just before 10 a.m. on a Sunday morning and were quickly welcomed by a waitress who showed us to our booth. By that time, many tables were occupied by couples, families with young kids and friends chatting over full plates of food.

The brunch buffet: We heard The Radish had a great brunch, so we came with big expectations and appetites. We left with full stomachs and exceeded expectations. Turns out there’s something for just about everyone at this buffet. We dined on breakfast burritos stuffed with smoked meat and eggs, plus corned beef hash,

A plate from the Sunday brunch buffet and an omelet with sausage, peppers, tomatoes and jalapenos at The Radish in Grimes. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE sausage, bacon and two types of pasta: cavatelli with chicken and manicotti. Diners can choose from a variety of ingredients for customized made-to-order omelets. My concoction — tossed with peppers, jalapenos and sausage — was just the right size, and the eggs were cooked perfectly. Vegetarians will find an assortment of food like pancakes with a variety of toppings, French toast, cheesy potatoes and hash browns. The lineup of house-made pastries was impressive, and our waitress told us the goods are baked fresh each Sunday morning. We sampled the cinnamon buns and lemon Danishes and were impressed by their flavor and texture. After trying the bread pudding, my dining partner

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said it was the first time he ever really enjoyed the dish. Service: Service is not something I pay much attention to when it comes to buffets, but we felt so taken care of that it really stood out to us. Our waitress was prompt, helpful and very friendly. Last bite: We thoroughly enjoyed our food and time there, but we had some reservations about the $14.99 per person price tag (which included our coffee and juice). Still, we’ll be back to enjoy The Radish’s

Info: 986-1900, the radishdining.com Brunch hours: 9 a.m.2 p.m. Sunday Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday. Beginning Jan. 1, new hours will be 5-10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday.

Sunday brunch again. Owner Mike McGuigan told us the brunch menu pasta dishes rotate each week. He especially recommends the Cajun prime rib casserole, which we hope to try next time we dine there.

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Jethro BBQ & Jambalaya Jethro has found a new home! He is proud as a peacock to welcome you to “Your Waukee Neighborhood Sports Bar”. Jethro promises that he will serve you large quantities of his “Amazing Slow Smoked Meats” from his twin 750 pound wood fired smokers and his homemade “Cajun Creole Creations”. Jethro is hooping and hollering and excited to see all his friends real soon. 9350 University Ave, West Des Moines. 987-8686 www.jethrosdesmoines.com

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Monday Night Football, primarily involving run-ofthe-mill domestic beers served in metal buckets. The Library is not one of those bars. From 6 p.m. to midnight and during Monday Night Football, The Library offers $1 off Iowa beers. It gives patrons a taste of state brews like Peace Tree, Millstream, Great River, Toppling Goliath Brewing and Backpocket Brewing. I tried Peace Tree’s Blonde Fatale at a discounted $4.75, a tasty unfiltered strong Belgian ale that packed a whopping 8.5 percent alcohol by volume.

The Library Find it: 3506 University Ave. Best night to go: Monday for Monday Night Football and Iowa craft brews on special Info: 255-0433

When else to go: Tuesdays are Toppling Goliath Brewing Company nights, when patrons can enjoy $3 pints of the Iowa-based brews from 6 p.m. to midnight. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 2 to 6 p.m., when all drinks are 50 cents off.

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setting it aside to chill while they mix the rest. In a shaker, they pour two ounces of gin, 3⁄4-ounce of lemon juice, 1⁄2-ounce of simple syrup (equal parts sugar and water heated until the sugar is dissolved), one teaspoon of raspberry preserves and about two tablespoons of pasteurized egg whites. Those ingredients are shaken without ice until they are mixed well and fizzy. Then, a scoop of ice is added to the shaker, and the cocktail is rattled again. Then the concoction is strained into the chilled cocktail glass. The result is a barely-pink drink with a layer of foam on top. It is slightly sweet from the raspberry preserves (which create pretty red specks that float around

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the glass like sprinkles), with a hint of sour from the lemon juice. The egg whites, an unexpected ingredient you wouldn’t guess is present, is tasteless but simply makes the drink smooth. It’s a drink to be enjoyed after a long work day or late at night with a date, as it conjures a certain sophistication from the gentlemen who created it.

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19 ways to celebrate the season Get in the merry mood and start planning for New Year’s Eve with these events. — Jess Knight

WEDNESDAY: Go for a special mid-week skate during Hanukkah on Ice. The evening includes ice skating, an ice menorah carving, Jewish music, hot latkes and doughnuts. 6-8 p.m. $5. Brenton Skating Plaza, 520 Robert D. Ray Drive. FRIDAY: Enjoy the sounds of the orchestra during Chamber Music at Salisbury House. Friday’s

musical presentation will feature Orchestra de Camerata, which will perform Bach’s Concertro in D Minor and Vivaldi’s “Winter” and Concerto in D Major. The performance will be followed by coffee and dessert. 7:30-9:30 p.m. $15-$25. Salisbury House and Gardens, 4025 Tonawanda Drive. Go to salisburyhouse.org. FRIDAY: Celebrate the

State Historical Building’s 25th anniversary. The gala

features a display of historic state items, an appearance by Gov. Terry Branstad and first lady Chris Branstad, live entertainment from Simon Estes, Flying Pig Fiddle and Banjo and Decoy, and art work from Gabriel Lueders and Van Holmgren. The event also will celebrate the 120th anniversary of the State Historical Museum. 7 p.m. $100, or $75 for young professionals 35 and younger. Holiday cocktail attire is requested. State Historical Museum, 600 E. Locust St. See more at iowahistory.org. dmJuice.com

FRIDAY THROUGH DEC. 23: The Repertory Theater of Iowa will tell the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge and his journey with the three spirits in the Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol.” Performance times vary: 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14-15 and 19-22; 2 p.m. Dec. 15-16 and 22-23. $12-$20. Grand View University’s Viking Theatre, 2811 E. 14th St. Go to rtiowa.org. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: Stock up on winter produce, handmade and homemade goods, gifts and more during the Downtown Winter Farmers Market. 11 a.m.-

2 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. Capital Square and Nollen Plaza, Third and Locust streets. Go to des moinesfarmersmarket.com. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY:

Tonic Sol-Fa, the popular

concert that has become a holiday tradition, features a cappella music and entertainment for all ages. $27-$32 adults, $22-$27 children. 7:30 p.m. Hoyt Sherman Place, 1501 Woodland Ave. Go to hoytsherman.org. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY:

The Des Moines Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the

winter solstice a week early this year with a program called “May Your Gays Be Merry and Bright.” 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the First Christian Church, 2500 University Ave. $16 in

DEC. 22: The whole family will enjoy Meredith Willson’s heartwarming musical adaptation of “Miracle on 34th Street.”

$43-$50 adults, $38-$45 children ages 12 and under. 2 and 7:30 p.m. Hoyt Sherman Place, 1501 Woodland Ave. Go to hoytsherman.org.

Countdown to the end of the year by planning ahead with these holiday and New Year’s Eve events, like the Des Moines Social Club’s Bash. JUICE FILE PHOTO advance, $20 at the door. www.dmgmc.org. SATURDAY: Don your winter whites for an evening which will pay tribute to the 1954 classic film, “White Christmas.”

White Christmas: A Dance Party will raise money for

local charities, while you dance the night away to DJ Eight Ten. 10 p.m.-2 a.m. $10. Americana, 1312 Locust St.

SATURDAY: Shop during the West Glen Town Center’s Cookie Walk and pick up cookies as you do your holiday shopping. For $15, shoppers will get a stylized bucket they can use to collect the cookies from various boutiques and businesses. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. West Glen Town Center, 5525 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines. TUESDAY: Find out why they’ve been called “America’s best-kept

secret” during The

Blenders’ Holiday Soul Tour 2012 stop in Des

Moines. $46. 7:30 p.m. Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. Go to civiccenter.org. DEC. 19-21: The Church Basement Ladies are ready to deliver the gift of laughter to all holiday audiences in “Away in the Basement:

A Church Basement Ladies Christmas.” $36-$41.

2 p.m. Dec. 19-20 and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20 and 21. Hoyt Sherman Place, 1501 Woodland Ave. Go to hoytsherman.org.

DEC. 21-22: Grammy Award-winner Chip Davis has created a holiday show featuring dazzling multimedia effects and the music of Mannheim Steamroller. $40-$88. 7:30 p.m. Dec. 21, 2 and 7:30 p.m. Dec. 22. Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. Go to civiccenter.org.

DEC. 27-31: Comedian Josh Sneed will perform at the Funny Bone. See his stand-up comedy Thursday through Sunday, or buy a ticket for one of the New Year’s Eve shows, which include the show only at 7:30 p.m. for $22, the show plus an appetizer buffet at 7:30 p.m. for $30, or the 9:45 p.m. show, which includes Champagne and dinner, for $40. Go to funnybonedm.com for all show times and prices. Funny Bone, 560 S. Prairie View Drive, West Des Moines. DEC. 31: The Des Moines Symphony will host its signature New Year’s Eve celebration at the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. This year, the symphony will perform New Year’s Eve Pops: The Classic Hits of the Beatles with Classical

Mystery Tour, an awardwinning Beatles tribute band. $20-$80. 8 p.m. Go to civiccenter.org. DEC. 31: The Des Moines Social Club’s annual New Year’s Eve party, The Bash, moves to Capital Square

and features two stages of music, a human ball drop, live art, food, drinks and more. Open to all ages. 8 p.m.-1 a.m., 400 Locust St. $18 for early bird tickets, $20 advance, $25 day of the event. Go to desmoines socialclub.org/thebash. DEC. 31: Count down to the new year at the New

Year’s Eve Downtown Countdown. The event will

include a live broadcast from the Star 102.5 radio station; a dinner and dessert reception; live music from According to Andrew, Shy Violet and The Spazmatics; and a balloon drop at midnight. A full, cookedto-order breakfast on New Year’s Day is also included. Party starts at 5:30 p.m. Overnight packages, which include a room and two tickets to the event, start at $309. Embassy Suites, 101 E. Locust St. DEC. 31: Ring in the new year with Pianopalooza, featuring Tony Bohnenkamp and Megan Hill, at Wooly’s. 8 p.m. $15 in advance, $20 day of show. Call 244-0550 to reserve a table for $40 (seats four). Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. DEC. 31: The Sixth

Somewhat Annual Comedy XPeriment New Year’s Eve Extravaganza

will be at the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines’ Stoner Theater. The show starts at 10 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person or $40 per couple. civiccenter.org

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YPC celebrates end of year

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Laura Palmer, 29, receives the 2012 Amy Jennings YP of the Year award from incoming YPC president Lindsay Alderman, 31. ADRIENNE GROSS/PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE

Shane Hefty, 30, Ryan Young, 24, and Laverne Greenfield, 30, at the YPC annual event.

Masha Dorozhkina, 31, and Samantha Peterson, 26. dmJuice.com

Incoming YPC president Lindsay Alderman presents a gift to outgoing president Mike Banasiak.

Jaimie Miller, 25, YPC president-elect Emilee Richardson, 25, and Pierre-Alaine Blosse, 26, enjoy a little networking at the YPC event.

Chelsea Smith, 28, Laura Palmer, 29, and Liz Lidgett, 27, celebrate at the YPC annual event.

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Big Wheel Rally is big fun

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John Younger, 27, Kristin Maletta, 28, and John Maletta, 29.

Drew Templeton, 27, Becca Templeton, 26, Charles Goyer, 30, Trisha Grandon, 31, and Brandon Oakley, 28.

Riders park their trikes outside Zimm's, the starting place for Saturday’s Big Wheel Rally. REINA WIRTJES/PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE

Igor Krvavac, 29, and Angie Wood, 29.

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The deadline for submissions is noon the Thursday before publication on Wednesday. Information must arrive at the Juice office by that time.

the List wed12 KARAOKE AJ’s on East Court, 419 E. Court Ave. . 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 282-1888, facebook.com/ajsoneastcourt. ajsoneastcourt@gmail.com. Two-drink minimum. Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 6:30 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover. Bourbon Street Bar & Grill, 500 Army Post Road. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 285-5733. No cover. Capital Pub & Hot Dog Co., 400 S.E. Sixth St. Karaoke. 8

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Stormy’s, 6923 Douglas Ave., Urbandale. Des Moines’ Best DJ Services. 8 p.m.-midnight, 2709818, dmbestdj.com. No Cover.

BOOKSTORE EVENTS Author Bree Housley. Author Bree Housley will sign and read from her book, “We Hope You Like This Song.” 6:30 p.m., Beaverdale Books, 2629 Beaver Ave., Suite 1. 279-5400, beaver dalebooks.com.

MUSIC Mark Schwaderer. 7 p.m., Fire

House Lounge, 1930 S.E. Sixth St. 244-3889. No cover.

Stu Ramsey. 8 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Bob Pace Blues Band. 7 p.m., Zimm’s Food and Spirits, 3124 Ingersoll Ave. 277-9929, bobpaceband.com. No cover. The $nack$. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., The Underground Lounge, 500 E. Locust St., Lower Level. 2434322, dsmunderground.com. Scott Smith. Scott Smith has been an Contemporary Jazz icon in the metro for more than 50 years. 6-9 p.m., Gino’s West

Questions about the List? Call 284-8227 All listings are subject to change.

Go to dmJuice.com for an expanded searchable database of lifestyle events like networking and style

Go to desmoines. metromix.com for a searchable database of entertainment options — like bars and restaurants.

Swing by Django for $1 oysters and shrimp, $10 cheese and charcuterie plates, and $5 martinis, Champagne and specialty cocktails during happy hour, from 4 to 6 p.m. (Monday through Friday). Django, 210 10th St. Go to djangodesmoines.com. JUICE FILE PHOTO

Glen, 5513 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 226-2320 , ginosfoods.com. Motionless in White. With Chelsea Grin, Stick To Your Guns, Crown The Empire, Upon This Dawning. 6-10 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm.com. $16-$18. Haywire. 7:30-10:30 p.m., Striker’s Sports Bar, Premiere Bowling and Entertainment, 655 N.E. 56th St., Pleasant Hill. 263-1700, premierebowling.com.

THEATER

Wednesday Follow the yellow brick road Experience the classic story of Dorothy and Toto, who get whisked away to Oz in a Kansas twister, during a theatrical production of “The Wizard of Oz.” $20-$35 adults, $20 students. Multiple show times: 7 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, 1 and 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Des Moines Playhouse, 831 42nd St. Go to dmplayhouse.com.

War Horse. This powerfully moving and imaginative drama, filled with stirring music and

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Thursday Drink liberally Head to AJ’s on East Court for Drinking Liberally, an informal and inclusive progressive-thinking social group. 8 p.m. Free. AJ’s on East Court, 419 E. Court Ave.

songs, is a show of phenomenal inventiveness. At its heart are astonishing life-sized puppets created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, that bring to life breathing, galloping, charging horses strong enough for men to ride. 7:30 p.m., Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 2462300, civiccenter.org. $20-$60. Ticketmaster.

HOLIDAY EVENTS Chanukah on Ice. An exciting evening of skating and fun. Ice menorah carving, lively Jewish music, hot latkes and doughnuts. Open to the public. 6-8 p.m., Brenton Skating Plaza, 520 Robert D. Ray Drive. 284-1000, brentonplaza.com. info@brentonplaza.com. Rates apply.

thu13 ART Lecture: The Menil Collection. Michelle White will deliver an illustrated lecture about the exhibition, the role of photography and media during the civil rights movement, and the history of art and activism at the Menil Collection, Houston. 6:30-7:30 p.m., Levitt Auditorium, Des Moines Art Center, 4700 Grand Ave. 271-0313, desmoinesartcenter.org/events/ EVENT-RESERVATIONS.aspx. Space is limited for this event; reservations required. Please make reservations online, or by phone. Free.

FOOD/BOOZE Ciroc-n-Thursday. 2-for-1 drinks 7-9 p.m.; $4 Ciroc and Hennesey drinks; first 10 groups of five or more ladies receive a

free bottle of Ciroc. 7 p.m.-2 a.m., Krazee Kafe, 1410 N.E. Broadway Ave. 264-9440, krazeekafe.com. $5 cover. Wine Club Night. Wine sampling, food pairings. 6-8 p.m., Dahl’s Foods, 5003 E.P. True Parkway, West Des Moines. 243-2845, dahlsfoods.com. Space is limited to 25 guests. Sign up at the courtesy counter. tcrist@flynnwright.com. Cost is $10, which includes 10 percent off your total wine purchase that day, as well as a $5 voucher for a bottle of one of our featured wines.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover. Fat Tony’s, 1500 S.E. First St. Party! Party! The Ultimate Karaoke Band. 9:30 p.m., 2883088, Facebook.com/partypartykaraokeband. nicholasborror@aol.com. No cover.

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The Soul Searchers. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Red Hot Country. Bring dish to share for potluck. 7-10 p.m., Boone County Family YMCA, 608 Carrroll St., Boone. 4325925, boonecountyymca.org. Free. Chad Elliott. Performing in the Coda Lounge. 6-9 p.m., Renaissance Savery Hotel, 401 Locust St. 244-2151. Gina Severino-Gedler & Friends. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Chuck’s Restaurant, 3610 Sixth Ave. 244-4104, chucksdesmoines.com. No cover. Fred Gazzo Band. 7-10 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, samandgabes.com. Eric Vloeimans & Florian Weber. 7:30 p.m., Caspe Terrace, 33159 Ute Ave., Waukee. 2796452, jewishdesmoines.org. Available by calling. abe@trilixgroup.com. $30 advance, $35

door. Battlecross. With ABIOTIC, Amass The Grave, Hours of Decay, Ignore the Script. 5 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaudevillemews.com. $10- $12. Ticketfly. Spam. 7-11 p.m., The Longest Yard, 122 Fifth St., West Des Moines. 274-1710. No cover.

SINGLES Singles Again at Comedy Club. Greg Warren is performing. Come earlier if you plan to have dinner. 7:30 p.m., Funny Bone Comedy Club, 560 S. Prairie View Drive, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 277-9986, funnybonedm.com. $10.

LECTURES History Series at Salisbury House. Author and commentator, Joan Huff, will speak about the evolution of the modern presidency and her latest work, “A Faustian Foreign Policy - from Woodrow Wilson to George W. Bush.” 7:30 p.m., Salisbury House & Gardens, 4025 Tonawanda Drive. 274-1777, salisburyhouse.org. llandis@salisburyhouse.org. $12.50 adults; $5 students.

THEATER War Horse. This powerfully moving and imaginative drama, filled with stirring music and songs, is a show of phenomenal inventiveness. At its heart are astonishing life-sized puppets created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, that bring to life breathing, galloping, charging horses strong enough for men to ride. 7:30 p.m., Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 2462300, civiccenter.org. $20-$60. Ticketmaster.

WINTER EVENTS Holiday Bazaar. Gifts, decorations, toys and more for people and pets. In Millie’s Loft. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Animal LifeLine of Iowa Thrift Shop, 3304 S.W. Ninth St. 288-7197, animallifeline.com. info@animallifeline.com.

Jingle in the Junction. The businesses in Historic Valley Junction and the streets will be lined with more than 150,000 twinkling lights. Along with your old favorites, such as free horse drawn carriage rides, Santa, and caroling, many new activities will be offered this year. 5-9 p.m., Valley Junction, Fifth St. & Railroad Ave., West Des Moines. 222-3642, valleyjunction.com. Free.

fri14 ATTRACTIONS State Historical Building 25th Anniversary Gala. Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the State Historical Building and 120th Anniversary of the State Historical Museum. 7 p.m., State Historical Museum of Iowa, 600 E. Locust St. 281-7471, iowahistory.org. Call or email. HistoricalGala@iowa.gov.

FILMS Film series: “Vegucated.” Why do you eat what you do, and does it matter? “Food Matters: Films That Explore Ways to Think About Food” will explore this and other related questions through a series of recent films. 7 p.m., First Unitarian Church, 1800 Bell Ave. 2448603 ext. 107, ucdsm.org. Free to the public.

FUNDRAISERS Iowa Crush Trivia Fundraiser. Join the Crush for a night of trivia fun! Teams of 10, decorate your table with Christmas theme, 10 rounds with 10 categories. Bring toys for Toys for Tots drive! Snacks can be brought in, and drinks purchased from Z’s Bar next door. 6:45 p.m., American Legion Hispanic Hall, 1511 South Union St. 480-0138, theiowacrush.com. Email. info@theiowacrush.com. $10 per person.

KARAOKE AJ’s on East Court, 419 E. Court Ave. Friday Fun Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 282-1888, facebook.com/ajsoneastcourt. ajsoneastcourt@gmail.com. Twodrink minimum.

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BOOKSTORE EVENTS Author Monica Ferris. Author Monica Ferris will sign and read from her book, “And Then you Dye.” 6:30 p.m., Beaverdale Books, 2629 Beaver Ave., Suite 1. 279-5400, beaverdalebooks.com.

MUSIC HeartBeat Handbell Choir. Presenting “Ringing in the Season.” Refreshments following concert. 7:30 p.m., New Hope United Methodist Church, 4525 Beaver Ave. 278-2097, newhopedsm.org. Freewill donations accepted. Tonic Sol-fa. Celebrate the holiday season at this popular holiday a-Capella show, fun for

any age. 7:30 p.m., Hoyt Sherman Place, 1501 Woodland Ave. 244-0507, hoytsherman.org. fegley@hoytsherman.org. Adults $27-$32, children 12 & Under $22-$27. Ticketmaster. Bright*Giant, The Pork Tornadoes. 9 p.m., DG’s Tap House, 125 Main St., Suite 2, Ames. 515-232-1528, dgstaphouse.com. $5. Lance Harrison. 9 p.m.-midnight, The Den, 4369 Merle Hay Road. 334-0030. No cover. Rick Burke. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Friday Night Wine Down with The Rivieras. Wine tasting and food, live music. 6:30-10 p.m., White Oak Vineyards, 15065 N.E. White Oak Drive. Cambridge. 367-7777, whiteoakvineyards.com. Large groups call for reservations. whiteoakvineyards@huxcomm.net. No cover. Work Release with Bob Pace Band. Join us for Gas Lamp’s work release party, every Friday. Free food. 4:30-7:30 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 280-3778, gaslampdsm.com. $4. Abby Normal. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Kenny’s Pub, 605 Ashworth Drive, Waukee. 987-0161, abbynormalrockband.com. No cover. Triple Play. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Bourbon Street Bar & Grill, 500 Army Post Road. 285-5733. No cover.

Carrie Underwood. ‘The Blown Away Tour’ with special guest Hunter Hayes. 7:30 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000, iowaeventscenter.com. $43.5063.50. Dahls Tickets.

Greg Brown. 8-11:30 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 2440550, woolysdm.com. $28-$32. Ticketfly.

Chad Elliott. 7-10 p.m., Fire Creek Grill, 800 S. 50th St., Suite 110, West Des Moines. 554-7072,

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Charlson Trio with Heather MacLennan. 7:30-10:30 p.m., Chuck’s Restaurant, 3610 Sixth Ave. 244-4104, chucksdesmoines.com. No cover.

North of Grand with Chromafast. 2:30 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 447-0607, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com.

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Final Mix. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Legends American Grill, 1280 Copper Creek Drive, Pleasant Hill. 564-1100, finalmixshowband.com.

SPORTS Hockey: Youngstown at Des Moines Buccaneers. 7:05 p.m., Buccaneer Arena, 7201 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 278-2827, bucshockey.com. Arena Adult $15; Arena Child $12; Center Ice $17; Ice Level Seats $20.

THEATER War Horse. This powerfully moving and imaginative drama, filled with stirring music and songs, is a show of phenomenal inventiveness. At its heart are astonishing life-sized puppets created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company. 7:30 p.m., Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 2462300, civiccenter.org. $20-$60. Ticketmaster. RTI Presents: “A Christmas Carol.” RTI returns this year with one of Des Moines’ newest holiday traditions. 7:30 p.m., Viking Theatre, Grand View University, 2811 E. 14th St. 7790994, RTIowa.com. Purchase tickets in advance. For groups, call. info@rtiowa.com. $18-22 Adults, $17 Seniors, $12 Students. Group Rates and Family Ticket Packs available. All admission is general seating. MidwesTIX.

WINTER EVENTS Holiday Bazaar. Gifts, decorations, toys and more for people and pets. In Millie’s Loft. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Animal LifeLine of Iowa Thrift Shop, 3304 S.W. Ninth St. 288-7197, animallifeline.com. info@animal-lifeline.com.

Celebrate a white Christmas Don your winter whites (or Santa costumes) for an evening that pays tribute to the 1954 classic film, “White Christmas.” The event will raise money for local charities, while you dance the night away to DJ Eight Ten. 10 p.m.-2 a.m. $10. Americana, 1312 Locust St.

sat15 ART Member Appreciation Weekend. Members receive double discounts in the Museum Shop; excludes consignment items. Des Moines Art Center, 4700 Grand Ave. 277-4405, desmoinesartcenter.org. Free. Meet the Artist. Meet our local artist and receive 30 percent on select pieces. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Maynard Reece Gallery, 3512 Ingersoll Ave. 274-1880, maynardreecegallery.com. info@maynardreecegallery.com.

ATTRACTIONS Hall of Laureates Open House. The internationally renowned World Food Prize Foundation invites you to explore the newly renovated Hall of Laureates in a room-by-room tour. 9 a.m.-1 p.m., World Food Prize Hall of Laureates, 100 Locust St. 245-3735, worldfoodprize.org/hall. nbarreca@worldfoodprize.org.

COMEDY The Last Sketch Comedy Before the End of the World. With an all new collection of sketches and videos based on the end of the world, you’ll sure to get lots of laughs. 8 p.m., Stoner Theater, Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 246-2300, tmcats.com. k.swanson@mchsi.com. $10. Ticketmaster.

FILMS Sneak preview: "Iowa." Walk

the red carpet, see the film in its entirety, and join the cast and crew for a Q & A after the show. All guests will also be invited to celebrate with us at after the show at parties hosted by El Bait Shop and The Rehab. 9:30 p.m., Varsity Theatre, 1207 25th St. 277-0404, iowathemovie.com. VIP Seating $17.50, General Admission $12.50. Purchase tickets online.

MUSIC Breakin’ Ground Band. 7-11 p.m., Lake Robbins Ballroom, 26726 150th St., Woodward. 438-2305, lakerobbins.com. $6. Soul Searchers. 8-11 p.m., Trostel’s Dish, 12851 University Ave., Suite 400, Clive. 221-3474, dishtrostels.com. info@dish trostels.com. Tonic Sol-fa. Celebrate the holiday season at this popular holiday a-Capella show, fun for any age. 7:30 p.m., Hoyt Sherman Place, 1501 Woodland Ave. 244-0507, hoytsherman.org. fegley@hoytsherman.org. Adults $27-$32, children 12 & Under $22-$27. Ticketmaster. B. John Burns. 7:30 p.m., Friedrich’s World Coffees, 4632 86th St., Urbandale. 727-4344, bjohnburns.com. No cover. Mike Aceto. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Corner Tap, 921 Main St., Suite 1, Adel. 993-2240. The High Crest. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Randy Burk & The Prisoners. 9 p.m., Raccoon River Brewing Company, 200 10th St. 362-5222,

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and taught in literally type of situation around the globe for the last decade. 7:30 p.m., Patty & Fred Turner Jazz Center, Harmon Fine Arts Center, Drake University, 2505 Carpenter Ave. 669-6330, synergyjazz.org. bbergren1728@msn.com. General admission concert tickets are $15, $7 students, Drake student rush FREE. Seating limited to 130. MidwesTIX. Tony Valdez. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, samandgabes.com. No cover. Keith Richards Birthday Party. Featuring Dave Zollo, Johnny Reeferseed and the High Rollers, Brother Trucker and Agents of Mischeif. 9 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, thehouseof bricks.com. $10. Level B Road. 9 p.m., Sudsuckers, 1511 E. Army Post Road. 256-9715. No cover. Max Wellman’s Annual "Home for the Holidays." 7 p.m., Des Moines Social Club, Kirkwood Hotel, 400 Walnut St. 288-3672, desmoinessocialclub.org. Third Tier Seating $20, Second Tier Seating $35, First Tier Seating $50, VIP Seating $125. MidwesTIX. Melanie Wright. 8 p.m., McCuen’s Pub, 2565 Wedgewood Road. 265-9734. No cover. Time Well Wasted. 8 p.m.midnight, Nite Hawk Bar & Grill, 105 Greene St., Slater. 228-3500, TWWband.com. No cover. Max Wellman’s Annual "Home for the Holidays." 9:30 p.m., Des Moines Social Club, Kirkwood Hotel, 400 Walnut St. 288-3672, desmoinessocialclub.org. Third Tier Seating $20, Second Tier Seating $35, First Tier Seating $50, VIP Seating $125. MidwesTIX.

SPORTS Hockey: Dubuque Devils at Des Moines Oak Leafs. Midwest High School Hockey League game. Junior Varsity at 5:15 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m., Metro Ice Sports Facility, 5100 N.W. 72nd St., Urbandale. 276-7200, dmoak-

leafs.com. Hockey: Youngstown at Des Moines Buccaneers. 7:05 p.m., Buccaneer Arena, 7201 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 278-2827, bucshockey.com. Arena Adult $15; Arena Child $12; Center Ice $17; Ice Level Seats $20. Hy-Vee Big Four Classic. Men’s college basketball doubleheader. The University of Iowa and University of Northern Iowa will tip off at 1:30 p.m. and Drake University and Iowa State University will square off at approximately 4 p.m. 1:30 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000, iowaeventscenter.com. $25, $50 and $70. Dahls Tickets. AIB Jingle Jog. Now starting at the AIB campus, then goes around Gray’s Lake with new 2or 4-mile courses. Prizes awarded. Check-in and same-day registration starts at 7:30 a.m. Children’s Carnival, 9-11 a.m. 8:30 a.m., Activities Center, AIB College of Business, 2280 Bell Ave. 246-5412 , https://secure.getmeregistered.com/ get_information.php?event_id=7254. Register online. jinglejog@aib.edu. $30 through Dec. 7; $35 after to day of event.

SPEAKERS The Reason: A Family Christmas Experience. A familyfriendly event with a mission to raise the meaning of Christmas above gifts and parties. Music featuring top Christian artists Kutless, Moriah Peters and Dave Lubben is lined up for the night, as well as storytelling and Nick Hall as the main speaker. 7 p.m., Valley Church, 4343 Fuller Road, West Des Moines. 226-9973, thereasonchristmas.com. $15.

SALES/BAZAARS Craft Show & Flea Market. Enter show at the mall entrance West of Target. 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Southridge Mall, 1111 E. Army Post Road. 287-3881, shopsouthridgemall.com.

SANTA Breakfast with Santa. Enjoy a delicious buffet-style catered meal in the Food Chain Cafe,

decked out especially for the season, snap a picture with Santa, explore SCI, see science demonstrations, live programs.. and more. 8-10 a.m., Science Center of Iowa, 401 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway. 2746868 ext. 222, https://sciowa.org/ buy-tickets/. info@sciowa.org. Breakfast with Santa only: Member Child $12, Member Adult $16, Non-Member Child $15, Non-Member Adult $19.Breakfast with Santa + The Polar Express: Member Child $18, Member Adult $22, Non-Member Child $21, Non-Member Adult $25.Purchase tickets online, in person at the SCI Sales Office, or by phone. Santa at the Zoo. Santa can’t wait to see all of the good little boys and girls. Make fun arts and crafts, explore the Zoo’s Discovery Center and watch as some of the big cats get to open a few early Christmas presents! Complete with cookies and cocoa this is a ho-ho-holiday event for all to enjoy. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Blank Park Zoo, 7401 S.W. Ninth St. 285-4722, blankparkzoo.com. events@blankparkzoo.org. Free with regular zoo admission, free for members. Snowball Express to Santa. Children ride a pony through a winter wonderland to get their picture taken with Santa, make a holiday photo frame and enjoy hot chocolate and cookies. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Jester Park Equestrian Center, 11171 N.W. 103rd Court, Granger. 999-2818, jester parkec.com. deb.crowley@polkcountyiowa.gov. $20 per child. Sleigh or wagon rides available for an additional $5 per person.

Sunday Go to a benefit event The Seth and Jodie Shannon Benefit of Awesome will show support for Jodie, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in September. The open-tothe-public benefit will feature comedian Costaki Economopoulos, who will perform a silent auction, and Will Frazer. T-shirts will be available for $10-$12 to support the cause. 5:30 p.m. $10 cover. The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. Go to facebook.com/ Shannonbenefit.

bring to life breathing, galloping, charging horses strong enough for men to ride. 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m., Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 246-2300, civiccenter.org. $20$60. Ticketmaster.

THEATER RTI Presents: "A Christmas Carol." RTI returns this year with one of Des Moines’ newest holiday traditions. 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m., Viking Theatre, Grand View University, 2811 E. 14th St.

779-0994, RTIowa.com. Purchase tickets in advance. For groups, call. info@rtiowa.com. $18-22 Adults, $17 Seniors, $12 Students. Group Rates and Family Ticket Packs available. MidwesTIX. Dad’s Christmas Miracle. 7:30 p.m., Ankeny Community Theatre, 1932 S.W. Third St., Ankeny. 964-5007 , ankenycommunitytheatre.com. tickets@ankenycommunitytheatre.com. Adult $15, over 60 $12, ages 5-18 $10.

Pet Photos with Santa. Pet Photos with Santa include FREE sitting fee, 4 x 6 prints for purchase. No appointment necessary. 11 a.m., Petco, 7333 Buffalo Road, West Des Moines. 5771745, Raccoonvalley.com/Christmas/xmas/paws.html. rvaspets@msn.com.

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sun16 ART Member Appreciation Weekend. Members receive double discounts in the Museum Shop; excludes consignment items. Des Moines Art Center, 4700 Grand Ave. 277-4405, desmoinesartcenter.org. Free.

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AUDITIONS Auditions: Completeness. Cast Requirements: 2 Men, 2 Women. For non-musicals, those auditioning will be asked to read a selection from the script. The Playhouse does not ask for prepared monologues. 6 p.m., Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 974-5365, https://dmplayhouse.com/volunteer/audition.php. rspahr@dmplayhouse.com.

COMEDY Anything Improv Open Jam. Audience members are encouraged to get up onstage and try their hand at improv comedy. 7 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 943-9343, anythingimprov.com. josh@anythingimprov.com. No cover.

FILMS It’s a Wonderful Life. Box Office opens one hour prior to show time. 2 p.m., Orpheum Theater Center, Iowa Valley Community College District, 220 E. Main St., Marshalltown. (641) 844-5907, ivotc.com. $4.

MUSIC The Seth and Jodie Shannon Benefit of Awesome. Featuring Costaki Economopoulous. 5:30 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, facebook.com/Shannonbenefit. $10. A Night for Rejoicing Christmas Cantata. Edgewater hosts "A Night for Rejoicing" by Lee and Susan Dengler, presented by the Van Meter United Methodist Chancel Choir with voices also from the Booneville United Methodist Church. 2 p.m., Edgewater Wesley Retirement Community, 9225 Cascade Ave., West Des Moines. 978-2400, edgewaterseniorliving.org. Free. Bluegrass Herons & Friends’ Christmas. 1:30 p.m., Iowa Theatre Artists Company, 4709 220th Trail. Amana. (319) 6223222, iowatheatreartists.org. Call or email. itac@southslope.net. $15 Adult; $10 Student. Fort Dodge Choral Society.

Join us for cookies, cider, and a concert filled with familiar Christmas music. Reception starts at 2 p.m. with a carol sing-along at 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 127 N. 10th St., Fort Dodge. 979-5620, fdchoralsociety.org. brucelperry@gmail.com. Adult $10, seniors $9, students FREE. Synergy Jazz Jam Session. Jazz Jam Session for all ages and abilities with Corey Christiansen, John Kizilarmut, David Altemeier. 1-4 p.m., Patty & Fred Turner Jazz Center, Harmon Fine Arts Center, Drake University, 2505 Carpenter Ave. 669-6330, synergyjazz.org. bbergren1728@msn.com. Free. CJC Des Moines Big Band. 2-4 p.m., Java Joes Coffee House, 214 Fourth St. 288-5282, javajoescoffeehouse.com. A Celebration of Hope. The Voices of the Altoona United Methodist Church Chancel Choir, with the Celebration orchestra, Childrens’ Choirs, and Bell Choir present ‘A Celebration of Hope’ in the church sanctuary. 8:20 a.m., 11 a.m., Altoona United Methodist Church, 602 Fifth Ave. S.W., Altoona. 967-2991, altoonaumc.org. trinan@altoonaumc.org. Max Wellman’s Annual "Home for the Holidays." 2 p.m., Des Moines Social Club, Kirkwood Hotel, 400 Walnut St. 288-3672, desmoinessocialclub.org. Third Tier Seating $20, Second Tier Seating $35, First Tier Seating $50, VIP Seating $125. MidwesTIX. Heartland Youth Choir: "Winter Songs." A concert featuring gifted youth voices from 6-18 years old. In honor of our 10 year anniversary, there will be a special performance from many of our HYC alumni. 4 p.m., Sheslow Auditorium, Old Main, Drake University, 2507 University Ave. 221-3922, joinhyc.org. heartlandyouthch@qwestoffice.net. Adults $15, children $7. Jerry Beauchamp. 6 p.m., Davis-Story American Legion, Post 733, 221 Main St., Malcom. (641) 528-4600. $9.

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State at Iowa State. 2 p.m., Hilton Coliseum, 1700 Lincoln Way, Ames. (515) 294-1816 or(888) 478-2925, iastate.edu. $10 adult, $5 youth. Ages 1 year of age and under to not require a ticket. Ticketmaster. Hockey: Dubuque Devils at Des Moines Oak Leafs. Midwest High School Hockey League game. Junior Varsity at 8:45 a.m., followed by Varsity at 10:45 a.m. 10:45 a.m., Metro Ice Sports Facility, 5100 N.W. 72nd St., Urbandale. 276-7200, dmoakleafs.com. Women’s Basketball: Iowa at Drake. 2:05 p.m., Knapp Center, Drake University, 2525 Forest Ave. , drake.edu. $4.00 - $10.00.

MUSIC Lessons and Carols. Festival of music, scripture readings, poetry and carols. Performances by children’s choirs, handbell choirs, brass consort, Winds of Faith ensemble, Chancel Choir and Beverly Duffy, organist. 8:30 and 10 a.m., Faith Lutheran Church, 10395 University Ave., Clive. 225-8334, faithlc.org. davejohnson@faithlc.org. Free-will offering.

SALES/BAZAARS Craft Show & Flea Market. Enter show at the mall entrance west of Target. noon-5:30 p.m., Southridge Mall, 1111 E. Army Post Road. 287-3881, shopsouthridgemall.com.

Monday Go to happy hour Swing by Django for $1 oysters and shrimp, $10 cheese and charcuterie plates, and $5 martinis, Champagne and specialty cocktails during happy hour, from 4 to 6 p.m. (Monday through Friday). Django, 210 10th St. Go to djangodesmoines.com. moving and imaginative drama, filled with stirring music and songs, is a show of phenomenal inventiveness. At its heart are astonishing life-sized puppets created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, that bring to life breathing, galloping, charging horses strong enough for men to ride. 1 p.m., 6:30 p.m., Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 246-2300, civiccenter.org. $20$60. Ticketmaster. RTI Presents: "A Christmas Carol." RTI returns this year with one of Des Moinesâ’ newest holiday traditions. 2 p.m., Viking Theatre, Grand View University, 2811 E. 14th St. 7790994, RTIowa.com. Purchase tickets in advance. For groups, call. info@rtiowa.com. $18-22 Adults, $17 Seniors, $12 Students. Group Rates and Family Ticket Packs available. All admission is general seating. MidwesTIX. Dad’s Christmas Miracle.

2 p.m., Ankeny Community Theatre, 1932 S.W. Third St., Ankeny. 964-5007 , ankenycommunitytheatre.com. tickets@ankenycommunitytheatre.com. Adult $15, over 60 $12, ages 5-18 $10.

WINTER EVENTS Elves’ Toyland Craft Show. Featuring more than 30 crafters and vendors, selling all types of holiday items such as decorations, blankets, pillows, dip mixes, toys, spa products, glass lights, baby items, jewelry, painted sweatshirts, and much much more. 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Iowa National Guard Armory, 2930 Willis Ave., Perry. 963-8262 hsanders0519@aol.com. Holiday Open House. Get away from the hectic pace of the malls and enjoy hot Glogg wine and Christmas cookies in a peaceful rural location. Discounts on merchandise and wine. Guess number of corks in

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Tuesday Support the Civic Music Association Shorty’s hosts charity nights each Tuesday, and this week, a portion of all proceeds will go to the Civic Music Association. So come to the “Somewhat Fancy Bar,” have a beer or three, and support a great organization. 5-8 p.m. Shorty’s, 208 Court Ave. (alley entrance). the bottle for a prize. 11 a.m., Snus Hill Vineyard & Winery, 2183 320th St., Madrid. 2019694, snushillwine.com. dcldcl@aol.com. No cover.

mon17 BOOKSTORE EVENTS Author Mark Haines. Author Mark Haines will sign and read from his book, "Year of the Pig." 6:30 p.m., Beaverdale Books, 2629 Beaver Ave., Suite 1. 2795400, beaverdalebooks.com.

MUSIC Findlay Family Fun Fest. 7 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Company’s Comin’. 7 p.m., Z’s Bar & Grill, 1511 S. Union St. 288-6100. $5. Corey Christiansen with the Des Moines Big Band. Guitarist Corey Christiansen is becoming recognized as one of the preeminent jazz guitarists in the world. A recording artist, writer, educator and performer, he has played and taught in literally type of situation around the globe for the last decade. 6:30 p.m., Adventureland Resort, 3200 Adventureland Drive. Altoona. 669-6331, desmoinesbigband.com. Reservations suggested for large groups only. bbergren1728@msn.com. $10 adults, $5 students. Tickets sold at the door. JG Faux Show. Holiday revue show. 3 p.m., The Gas Lamp,

1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 447-0607, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com.

NETWORKING Nexus Toastmasters. A club to help you with speaking and leadership skills. 12:15-1:15 p.m., East Side Library, 2559 Hubbell Ave. 283-4152, dmpl.org. rosanne.paul@mchsi.com. Free.

GROUPS Warren County Genealogical Society Meeting. Each meeting features a program about genealogical research. 7 p.m., Warren County Historical Society, 1400 W. Second Ave., Indianola. 306-3803 karonking@gmail.com. Free.

THEATER Holiday Radio Plays. The Final Act Ensemble, a Des Moines Community Playhouse troupe that performs classic and original radio plays, will present "The Gift of the Magi" and "A Christmas Carol." 7 p.m., Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 277-6261, dmplayhouse.com. $5 for all ages, sold at the door.

tue18 ATTRACTIONS Hall of Laureates Open House. The internationally renowned World Food Prize Foundation invites you to explore the newly renovated Hall of Laureates in a room-by-room tour. 9 a.m.-1 p.m., World Food Prize Hall of Laureates, 100 Locust St. 245-3735, worldfood-

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COMEDY Open Mic Comedy. $1 bottled beers during the show. 8:30 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, thehouseofbricks.com. No cover.

FOOD/BOOZE Trivia Tuesdays. 7 p.m., Doc’s Lounge, 8805 Chambery Blvd., Johnston. 480-2456, facebook.com/docsloungejohnston. docsloungejohnston@hotmail.com. No cover. Glass That Gives. On Tuesdays in December, you will get one free New Belgium glass with your first New Belgium purchase. Tuesdays are also our Craft Beer Night, so every craft beer is only $3. 5 p.m.-midnight, Mickey’s Irish Pub, 50 S.E. Laurel St., Waukee. 987-9604, mickeyswaukee.com. mickeyswaukee@gmail.com.

GAMES Team Trivia. The most unique form of trivia in town. The interesting themes and questions will have you begging for the answer. Bring up to 6 friends or join a team. 7:30 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 280-3778, desmoinessocialclub.org. Free. King Pong: Table Tennis League. Come get your ping pong on! Open singles from 7-8 p.m. Tournament from 8-9 p.m. Anything goes after that (more open singles, doubles, opposite hand only table, girls only table, beer pong, etc.). 7-11 p.m., Des Moines Social Club, Kirkwood Hotel, 400 Walnut St. 288-3672, desmoinessocialclub.org. socialclub@on-pitch.com. $5 suggested donation.

CLASSES Winter Photography Series. Explore the photographic potential of the winter landscape in a unique series taught by Mark Stoltenberg, of Mark Stoltenberg Photography. 10 a.m.noon, Reiman Gardens, 1407 University Blvd., Ames. (515)

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294-2710, reimangardens.com. Registration with pre-payment is required by Oct. 13. Visit web site to register. reimangardens@iastate.edu. Cost is $56 for CoHorts members. $70 for the general public. Iowa State University students pay 15 percent off the member price.

Civil Rights-Era Photographs from the Menil Collection. In the Lower Meier Galleries.

DIY Holiday Gifts from the Bulk Aisle. 7 p.m., Wheatsfield Co-op, 413 Northwestern Ave., Ames. (515) 232-4094. $8 class fee; class limited to 16 participants.

Leslie Hewitt’s "Untitled (Structures)." In the Anna K. Meredith Gallery. Des Moines Art Center, 4700 Grand Ave. 277-4405, desmoinesartcenter.org.

MUSIC Andy Fleming. 8-10 p.m., el Bait Shop, 200 S.W. Second St. 280-1965, elbaitshop.com. info@elbaitshop.com. No cover. Acousti-Beast. 8 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. The Blenders: Holiday Soul Tour. Often described as, "one of America’s best-kept vocal secrets", The Blenders continue to record and tour the country, delighting their audiences with their signature vocal sound. 7:30 p.m., Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 246-2300, civiccenter.org. $39. Ticketmaster.

GROUPS Indianola Midday Connection. The feature will be the sharing of a holiday item or ornament or family tradition. Bonnie Monnier from Council Bluffs will present, "How Many Inches, How Many Cups." Noon, Indianola Country Club, 1610 Country Club Road, Indianola. 961-6507, indianolacountryclub.com. Call or email by Dec. 14. Cancellations are essential. abildp@yahoo.com. $12.

WINTER EVENTS Holiday Bazaar. Gifts, decorations, toys and more for people and pets. In Millie’s Loft. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Animal LifeLine of Iowa Thrift Shop, 3304 S.W. Ninth St. 288-7197, animallifeline.com. info@animallifeline.com.

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New Works and Annual Small Works Show. An exhibition of new works by Jeanine Coupe Ryding and Brian Roberts and the Annual Small Works Show. Olson-Larsen Gardeners Show House Goes to Italy. The entire Show House will be transformed so that visitors will feel they have stepped into an Italian village. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden, 909 Robert D. Ray Drive. (525) 556-3684, botanicalcenter.com. mhwphoto@gmail.com. Adults $5; ages 4-17 $3; ages 65+ $4; ages 3 and under FREE. Iowa and the Civil War: Nothing But Victory. This exhibition features more than 300 authentic artifacts. State Historical Museum of Iowa, 600 E. Locust St. 281-5111, iowahistory.org. Free. Facing Mars. An interactive exhibition that examines the physical, psychological, technological and ethical challenges involved in preparing for a voyage to the Red Planet. Test your limits with more than 20 hands-on stations. Science Center of Iowa, 401 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway. 2746868, sciowa.org. info@sciowa.org. Admission.

FARMERS MARKETS Winter Farmers Market. Featuring 125 vendors, special programming and live entertainment. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday; 9 a.m. -1 p.m. Saturday. desmoines farmersmarket.com/winter/. Sunday FUNday. $1 off all bar cocktails and beers all day long. Full kitchen menu until 10 p.m.

Mickey’s Irish Pub, 50 S.E. Laurel St., Waukee. 987-9604, mickeyswaukee.com. mickeyswaukee@gmail.com.

SPECIAL EVENTS 1875 Tangen Home Dinners. Savor a multiple course meal in the elegant dining room as historical interpreters serve dinner family style. After dinner, gather with fellow guests for lighthearted parlor games. 6:30 p.m., 1900 Farm Dinners. Enjoy a hearty home-cooked meal by the warmth of the stove served family style by our historical interpreters. Make room for dessert with a lantern-lit trip outside to our 119-year-old barn. 6:30 p.m., Living History Farms, 11121 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 278-5286, https://members.lhf.org/ticket/. Purchase tickets online. $50.00.

THEATER The Wizard of Oz. This enchanting musical version of the beloved movie is the perfect holiday gift for families. 7 p.m. Wednesday-Friday; 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 2776261, dmplayhouse.com. $35 adults, $33 seniors, $20 students, $20 section B seats all ages, discounts for groups of 15+.

WINTER EVENTS Jolly Holiday Lights. The 3.5 mile route of light displays is a great way to celebrate. 5:30-10 p.m., Water Works Park, 2201 George Flagg Parkway. 3342636, iowa.wish.org. jamier@ iowa.wish.org. $10 per car, $5 on Hy-Vee’s Half-Price Mondays; $20 per limo; $45 per bus. Tickets available at Hy-Vee, Casey’s, Dahl’s, the Make-A-Wish office or at the event. TO OUR READERS: For complete event listings, go to http:// events.dmjuice.com and Category, SubCategory, Date, Keyword or any combination of those. The deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. Friday for the following Wednesday’s JUICE and to DesMoines.Metromix.com. To submit events, go online to submit.dmregister. com.

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Creston CSD Superintendent 2013-2014 School Year Creston, a forward- thinking school district with an enrollment of approximately 1600 learners, is seeking a dynamic educational leader to serve as superintendent starting July 1, 2013. For details regarding the search process, general timeline, and required application form, please refer to the G. Tryon and Associates web site at www.gtryon.com or call 515-727-5807. EOE.

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https://jobs.dmacc.edu Des Moines Area Community College. EEO/AA

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Des Moines Christian School

Seeks long-term Art sub, K-8 Librarian Media Specialist, V Soccer Coach. See

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The SEPCSD has the following opening for the 2012-2013 school year: Payroll Specialist To submit your online application go to:

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The Waterloo Community School District is seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:

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Director of Nursing Services

Due to a recent resignation we are looking to fill this position with an RN with DON exp. for our 83 bed skilled facility. Strong leadership skills and knowledge of federal rules & regs required plus working knowledge of MDS’s and reimbursement.

MDS Coordinator

This is a FT position for an RN that is RAC certified in 3.0. This individual supervises a PT MDS nurse. Must be experienced in care planning process focused on the bottom line.

RN/LPN

We currently have one FT opening for a nurse for the 2-10 shift on our LTC unit. Exp. preferred but will train the right candidate.

CNA’s

Two FT openings on the day shift for CNA’s. Both positions require an every other weekend work schedule. Excellent wage and benefit package offered. Apply in person, fax, email or send your resume to: Union Park Health Services Donna Manning, HR 2401 E. 8th Street, Des Moines, IA 50316 Fax: 515-262-2506 Dmanning@5sqc.com

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applicants with a strong employment history (outstanding attendance and attitude in a place of employment for over a year).

Apply online: Careerbuilder.com Keywords: Fountain West

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Careerbuilder.com And search keywords: Fountain West Or fax to 515-223-6345

Human Resources No experience needed. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management or Business Management with an emphasis in Human Resources is required. Must have exceptional analytical, org. and comm. skills. Responsibilities include interviewing, recruiting, training, scheduling, and payroll and benefits coordination.

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Administrator Position

Licensed administrator wanted for our Not-for-Profit, multi- level service, community operated facility located in NW Iowa. This CCRC is a progressive organization, with a focus on �������������������������� quality resident care and services. The ideal, experienced candidate will have a ���� ������� ������ wide range of health care management in multiple levels of health care service, which includes A.L, and LTC operations. Candidate should possess long term planning skills and financial management and budgeting skills. We offer a very competitive salary and benefit package. Please send your resume to:

Continuum Health Care Services PO Box 193 • Ankeny, IA 50021 Or phone 515-238-3800 E.O.E

Now taking applications for:

Housekeeping & Security

Full Time Positions - All Shifts Apply in person at: Valley West Mall, Guest Services EOE

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Safety Manager A Central Iowa construction company is searching for a self-directed internally motivated Safety Manager who has the desire to champion the company safety program and culture. The Safety Manager will develop and implement safety programs, provide compliance with OSHA, DNR, EPA, DOT, MSHA, and train employees on best practices. BS/BA and 3-5 years of safety experience in construction desired. Extensive daily travel and 20% overnight travel with company vehicle provided. Includes competitive benefits package and salary of $65-75K.

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Hiring a Sales Representative OLD DAVE BUYS OLD TOYS & TRAINS, Matchbox HotWheels Dinky Shuco Tonka, SlotCars, Playsets, Robots, Farm , Lionel Am Flyer Marklin Marx . 515-259-0024

National Account Executive Responsible for managing all aspects of the strategic communications relationships (including fiber-based networks, Internet-related services, video services and phone services) to business customers that are multi-location and national or regional in nature. Achieve revenue and customer goals by developing and maintaining strong relationships with both current and prospective customers. This role will serve as the single point for the national account or representative company of the national account to ensure appropriate service levels. Preferred Experience/skills: • Bachelors degree in sales/marketing or related field, or equivalent experience • Minimum 3-5 years Telecom or Technology sales experience • Ability to maintain confidentiality • Ability to prioritize and organize effectively • Knowledge of basic advertising principles • Knowledge of communications technology and services, with an emphasis on data ne working fundamentals

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Water & Gas Engineer Cedar Falls Utilities is seeking an energetic, customer-oriented, and highly qualified Water & Gas Engineer. This individual will be responsible for the planning, preparation and development of engineering design and operational programs for the water and natural gas utilities. Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in civil, mechanical, environmental or related engineering and four years of experience in water and/or gas utility engineering. PE license or the ability to obtain within one year is desired. In addition to a competitive salary, CFU offers an excellent benefits package that includes the Iowa Public Employees Retirement System (IPERS) program.

For a detailed job description and to apply online visit http://www.cfu.net/about/careers.aspx Employee & Legal Services Cedar Falls Utilities P.O. Box 769 Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613 CFU is an equal opportunity employer. www.cfu.net

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