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Greg Morton He has worked for Hanna-Barbera on The New Flintstones and The Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show and directed ABC’s Hammerman. His comedy style has been likened to a hipper Bill Cosby. As such, Greg mixes a vast array of voices and facial reactions with content that can be a bit risqué. He’s been known to impersonate Mick Jagger, Tina Turner, Prince, and even Madonna

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very new year brings with it such possibility and hope that it will be the best year yet. New adventures and lessons to learn. New risks to take. This month, for example, I am writing this column from my hotel in London, England, before I head out to see the Tate Modern and the Victoria and Albert Museum. This, I must say, is a new experience for me. My husband and I decided to start the year by doing something we had always wanted to do: take a tour of Europe together. When we return from our trip, I have another new adventure waiting for me. I have become a business owner. Each month I try to write about something inspiring, something that will make people read it and want to take action. If I even start a discussion then I have succeeded. By Liz After all of those Lidgett months of trying to inspire, I have become inspired myself. Becoming an art adviser has been a goal over the last few years and becoming a business owner is always something I wanted to do, after watching my entrepreneur parents. As an art adviser, I will help corporations and individuals take care of their art collections. This means that I can help them research and buy new works, divest works that no longer work for them, facilitate restoration of works that need some love and care, and curate their collections. It is a step that I am thrilled to be taking. The thing about going to Europe, or starting a business, or even getting married and having babies (so I have heard on the baby part) is that there is never a perfect time. I have learned over the last year that although there won’t be a perfect time, you can decide when it’s the right time. There probably won’t be an amazing time to quit your good job, a time when you feel like you have enough money. I, for one, am still terrified by all the instability and uncertainty of starting a

business, but the excitement outweighs the nerves by far. It’s just that one day you wake up and you feel that somehow now is the time. After that there is a series of “oh, this is happening” moments (both good and bad). The very first time that you set up a meeting to talk about your new idea — will your potential clients think it’s a great idea or the worst thing they have ever heard? The very first time a client I have actually does think learned over your business is a the last year great idea and that wants to work with although you — this is the very best moment there won’t of realization. be a perfect And then there is time, you can the time you walk decide when into your boss’s office and explain it’s the right that you are leaving time. to start a business — only time will tell if this was a good or bad moment. My hope for you, dear reader, is that this year, you will discover what you most want to happen and figure out a way to make it happen. It may not end up looking exactly as you thought it would, but it will feel amazing knowing you made it happen. As I was telling people that I was leaving my job to start a business, I received a lot of different reactions but one has stuck with me. I was speaking with a colleague over the phone and she said to me, “I think it’s great. Lots of people have good ideas and never do anything about them.” I refuse to be one of those people who doesn’t do anything about a great idea, and I hope you will be, too. Imagine if everyone with a great idea did something about it. Imagine what could be accomplished and how wonderful this city would look? And for now, cheerio from London. Happy new year, Des Moines.

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Q: You’re originally from Guthrie Center. If people are driving through, what should they stop and check out? Can somebody cue the crickets? It’s a pretty small town, I can’t think of anything noteworthy. Q: You posted about the time Baconfest tickets go on sale. Did you get some? No! I tried four minutes after they went on sale and they were sold out. Q: Some guy was checking you out in the mirror at the gym. Did you let him know his creepiness had been noticed? Nah, I guess I figure if someone is willing to be so blatant about it maybe it means my diet/exercise routine is finally working. Q: You made some ninja cookies recently. Did they taste mysterious and stealthy? My ninja cookies will rock your socks off! These baking assassins are silent, deadly and delicious.

Liz Lidgett is an art adviser and director of Liz Lidgett Fine Art. She is also the 2012-2013 president of Art Noir, the Des Moines Art Center's organization for young professionals.

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4 things on our radar 1. Bombay Bicycle Club becomes The Point

Bombay Bicycle Club, 8410 Hickman Road in Clive, has been undergoing remodeling and will reopen as The Point on Friday.

The club got new owners in October. That group has been making slight changes ever since. Co-owner Chris Ranallo said the goal is for The Point to be an everyman’s bar, with a lounge feel and to make better use of the all-season patio. “The BBC is kind of a chill place, but we’re going a little more loungy,” Ranallo said. “We’re going to focus on being a place to come in and hang out, and (we’re) doing some themed nights like a singer-songwriter Monday, wine Wednesday and a steak night. We’ve also built bags boards and tippy cup and beer pong tables for the patio, where people can play all year.” And don’t worry, Tacopocalypse fans, The Point will still be serving tacos by Sam Auen. Before Ranallo’s crew took over, Bombay Bicycle Club focused more on touring acts, with punk and harder bands playing regularly. Ranallo said The Point will focus more on local musicians.

2. Civic Center getting a new name

Did you know the Civic Center runs the Temple for Performing Arts? We did, but we also get a lot of press releases. To help clarify matters with the general public, the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines is rebranding itself as Des Moines Performing Arts. The DMPA umbrella organization will oversee the Civic Center venue, the Temple, Nollen Plaza and Stoner Theater. “We felt it was really important to have a name that encompasses everything we do,” board chairwoman Mary Stier said. For info on all the organization’s venues, check out desmoinesperformingarts.org.

3. More bacon in Des Moines

If you can’t wait for Baconfest next month, The Destination America TV network will feature four local restaurants on “United States of Food” on Jan. 27. Appropriately enough, they’re featured in a segment called “United States of Bacon.” Chef Todd Fisher filmed bits at Jethro’s BBQ ‘n Jambalaya in Waukee, Zombie Burger, The Iowa Machine Shed (chef Tim Laielli is pictured with a past dish that includes smoked bacon gravy) and Kelly’s Little Nipper, focusing on pork and bacon-themed dishes at the restaurants. Destination America is affiliated with Discovery Channel, and airs on channel 286 for DirecTV customers.

4. Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary to open for public visits

News quiz!

Let’s see how much you’ve really been paying attention. 1. President Obama nominated whom for Secretary of Defense on Monday? a. Chuck Hagel b. Harry Reid

c. John Brennan d. Hillary Clinton

2. What new item will McDonald’s test on the menu at Chicago-area locations? a. McRib McBurger b. Mighty Wings

c. Kids meals for adults d. Alcohol

3. A California teenager gave her parents drugged milkshakes so she could what? a. Drink more milkshakes herself b. Go on a date

c. Get more Internet time d. Stay out past curfew

4. A new study of the Milky Way shows there are at least how many Earth-size alien planets in our galaxy? a. 7 b. 17

c. 17,000 d. 17 billion

5. What movie did the Alabama football team watch the night before the big game? a. “Zero Dark Thirty” b. “Les Mis”

c. “Caddyshack” d. “We Are Marshall”

SCORECARD Answers: a,b,c,d,a 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.

The Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary (formerly Great Ape Trust), will reopen its campus to visitors in the coming months, director Julie Gilmore said. Half-day and full-day visits will be offered, along with school and group visits, and the facility will be rented out for functions. Sadly, you won’t be able to dress up the bonobos in tuxes and have them be ushers at what would have been the coolest wedding of all time. Costs have not been disclosed. A new website, iowaprimatelearning.org, will be live soon. Until then, check out bonobohope.org.

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The bulls are back

Friday and Saturday: Cowboys and cowgirls will show off their skills at the World’s Toughest Rodeo at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. Events include bull riding, saddle bronc riding, bareback riding and women’s barrel racing and a finale matching Brandon Lindsey in the Three Hills Rodeo’s Devil’s Dance. $20-$57 through dahlstickets.com.

Black Tie Affair

Friday: Variety hosts its 28th annual Black Tie Dinner at 7 p.m. at the Hy-Vee Conference Center, 5820 Westown Parkway, West Des Moines. The event is a great chance to network, enjoy dinner and cocktails and hear guest speaker Casey Wiegmann, an Iowa native and former Kansas City Chiefs player. $150 for Young Variety members, $300 for others. Go to varietyiowa.com.

Learning (wine) lab Tuesday: Abbe Hendricks, sommelier for Gateway Market, invites you to Abbe’s Wine Lab, 6:30 p.m. at South Union Bread Cafe, 1007 Locust St. Hendricks will deconstruct pinot noir, sharing tidbits about the grape that will entertain and surprise connoisseurs and novices alike. $40. Go to winefestdesmoines .com.

Buc up Friday and Saturday: The Des Moines Buccaneers host two games this week at Buccaneer Arena, 7201 Hickman Road, Urbandale. At 7:05 p.m. Friday the Bucs take on Sioux City with $1.50 Miller Lite beers, then at 7:05 p.m. Saturday they face Team USA, with a John Stoddard Cancer Center jersey auction following the game. $11-$19. Go to bucshockey.com.

Get Energized

Sunday: The Iowa Energy return from a stint on the road to take on the Canton Charge at 4 p.m. Sunday at Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. The first 1,000 fans into the arena get a free winter hat courtesy of MidAmerican Energy. $8-$20. Go to dahlstickets.com.

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Spotlight: Variety’s Black Tie Dinner

Variety’s Black Tie Dinner

Susan Hatten, 30, Variety – The Children’s Charity board member and Black Tie Dinner co-chairwoman, answers a few questions about the annual event. Q: What can attendees expect at this event? Who are the speakers, and what does it benefit? The 28th annual Black Tie Dinner benefits Variety – The Children’s Charity, as one of the organization’s largest fundraisers. Variety serves underprivileged and at-risk children in central Iowa, raising $3.1 million for local children’s charities in 2012. Variety’s Black Tie Dinner offers an evening filled with premium networking, honoring of Iowa sports celebrities (from the University of

Wiegmann (former Kansas City Chiefs player and Iowa native) will be speaking, and Johnny Orr will be recognized.

Susan Hatten, 30. JUICE FILE PHOTO

Iowa, Iowa State University and the University of Northern Iowa), and engagement in premiere auction items. Keith Murphy will emcee the evening, Casey

Q: What do you say to those deterred by the price? What makes this event worth it? As with many premiere events held in Des Moines — be it a gala, auction, annual dinner or cocktail social, the ticket prices are often reflective of the experience or charitable nature of the function. The Black Tie rate for Young Variety donors is $150 and

guests enjoy a three-course dinner, hosted bar and entertainment throughout the evening. Guests are surrounded by some of our most esteemed central Iowa businesspeople, leaders and philanthropists, and there is a true feeling of camaraderie and philanthropy among all. Far be it to find another event in Des Moines which replicates the Variety Black Tie Dinner. Q: For those unfamiliar, what is black tie dress? Part of the beauty of an event such as the Black Tie Dinner, is that folks truly are

When: 7 p.m. Where: Hy-Vee

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dressed to the nines. Men often don tuxedos and dark suits, and women are seen in ball gowns and cocktail wear. In a day and age where there are few events which pull out all the stops when it comes to dress, it is nice to see everyone in polished and sparkling attire.

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1 Million Cups: The event invites area startups to share their stories and receive feedback. Web application developer Torsion Mobile will do a pseudo-pitch followed by a Q&A session. 9 a.m. every Wednesday at Green Grounds Cafe, 117 Fifth St., West Des Moines.

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sually sub-30 temperatures and ice-encrusted roads mean hanging up your bike helmet and waiting out the winter freeze. But if you’re already sick of scraping off your windshield, cycling is still an option — even in the face of Snowpocalypse-like conditions — with some extra preparation. To avoid turning into a rolling, fleshy Popsicle, try these cold weatherapproved biking tips from Carl Voss, chairman of the Des Moines Bike Collective. After planning a safer commute, join the Collective for Winter Bike to Work Day on Feb. 1.

Rethink your tires “Icy roads are the worst, it doesn’t matter if you’re in a car or on a bike,” Voss says. To avoid slipping and sliding through an intersection, he suggests investing in studded tires, which will help your bike get more traction on slushy streets. “If you can only afford to buy one studded tire, put it on the front of your bike. That’s where you need the steering ability to stay upright.” Also, make sure you keep the tire pressure a little lower than usual. It sounds counter intuitive, but slightly deflated tires will help you maintain balance in slippery circumstances.

Mind the brakes Watery conditions tend to mess with your bike’s brake system, and that’s definitely not something you want to lose your handle on. “On a multispeed bike, especially in wet or new snow, that slushy stuff on the road can fly up and ice up your brakes,” Voss says. Instead of skidding along like Bambi on ice, just waiting for the back bumper of a minivan to stop you, pause regularly to knock the gunk off of your bike. As usual, stay alert and dmJuice.com

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Carl Voss sports goggles, gloves and a thermos on his Surly “fat bike” Dec. 31 in the East Village. Voss says you don’t need a special bike for winter — studded tires and some cold weather gear should keep you comfortable. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

allow for some extra time to stop — waterlogged brakes are a recipe for disaster. “Anytime you’re in rain, your brakes respond slower,” Voss says. “That holds true in the winter, too. Transitioning from inside to outside, even though you’re not in the rain, you’re forming moisture because of the temperature change.”

Eliminate grime Just like slush can stick to your brakes, other winter hazards can ruin your bike’s components. “The same salts that they put on the street that are ideal for melting ice are pretty brutal on bikes,” Voss says. Actively work to dispose of muck buildup. “It’s a good idea to wipe your bike down after you’ve been out on the street,” Voss says. “Spray it with a kitchen sprayer with some water and wipe it down with a cotton cloth.” If you don’t have a good place to clean up, the Des Moines Bike Collective has a bike bath. Second, consider investing in fenders, “They will help you stop all the crap from spraying up on your bike,” Voss

says. Finally, try switching to a wet bike lubricant during the snowy months; Voss says it will shield your chain better.

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Ride in layers Forgoing frostbite should be a priority, so remember to bundle up for your ride. “You don’t have to go out and buy clothing that’s bicycle specific,” Voss says. “You can use clothing that you already wear during the winter.” He suggests a lighter layer beneath a warm wool sweater, topped off with a windbreaker. Keep in mind that you are your own heater, so start cold. “If you snug up and you’re really, really warm by the time you leave the house, you’re going to be dripping wet by the time you get to your destination.” And don’t forget to wear bright colors. See more on how to make your wheels winterfriendly by using the LifeInAction app.

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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 is your fitness resolution for the new year?

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The number, in thousands, of pine, spruce and fir trees that will be hauled from metro curbs to an industrial-sized wood chipper. The mulch created from Christmas trees by the Metro Waste Authority is called “black gold” by some, and used as a soil conditioner.

“I don’t have one.” TINA SEASE, 23, MAXWELL

“Switch to Bud Light.” ARIELLE

“Eat less McDonald’s.” JASON MCQUEEN, 26, DES

“I plan on eating in more.” KATE MCQUEEN,

“I want to lose 40 pounds.” CHERI

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WILLIAMS, 34, DES MOINES

“I want to exercise more.” MELISSA WIESE,

“I’m doing the Body by Vi challenge to lose 10 pounds and gain 5 pounds of muscle.” WYNDI

“Lose 50 pounds.”

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The amount in millions that the Iowa Economic Development Authority wants to increase the cap on state tax credits. The increase would bring the total cap amount to $185 million. Legislative funding is one of the priorities for the new session that opens Monday.

“To get buff and stronger.” JAMES SMITH, 35, DES MOINES

“To lose 20 pounds by April, and I only have nine to go.” DARBY WESLEY, 35, AMES

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Get fit

It’s time to buckle down and work off that holiday weight. If you’re looking for a gym or a new way to work out, we have you covered. Turn the page for more ideas and to find a gym that fits where you are and what you need. — Erin Randolph, Special to Juice

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4 unique workouts to try

71 more places to work out: Anytime Fitness This fitness center chain, which boasts 24-hour access, has many locations around the metro area. anytimefitness.com Altoona: 160 Adventureland Drive, 967-9222. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater. Beaverdale: 2815 Beaver Ave., Suite 202, 274-2100. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater. Grand Avenue: 1925 Grand Ave., West Des Moines, 225-3224. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater. Johnston: 8805 Chambery Blvd., 334-3488. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater.

Instructor Curtis Busch helps a student during a fitness class at Kosama in Clive.

North Ankeny Boulevard: 2785 N. Ankeny Blvd., Ankeny, 965-8844. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater.

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Pleasant Hill: 4490 E. University Ave., 266-6040. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater.

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Southeast 14th Street: 5000 S.E. 14th St., 287-0066. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater. University: 13435 University Ave., West Des Moines, 440-2348. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater.

1. PLACE FOR A NEW DEAL: Kosama Clive and West Des Moines, partnered with 7 Flags Until recently, memberships to Kosama were limited to group fitness classes, albeit a variety of them incorporating kettle bells, TRX suspension, kickboxing, upper and lower body workouts, plyometric exercises and more. A new partnership with 7 Flags in Clive and Kosama locations in Clive and West Des Moines will provide even more opportunity for those looking to expand their fitness horizons. For an additional $15, members of the west side Kosama locations will get full access to 7 Flags and its 16 Wednesday, January 9, 2013

amenities, including indoor/outdoor pools, tennis and basketball courts, cardio equipment, weight equipment, a women’s gym, indoor track, sauna, whirlpool, spinning classes, Pilates and an additional bevy of group fitness classes. “We thought that it was a natural fit for most people,” said Kyle Hamer with 7 Flags. “A lot of the Kosama members have a gym membership in addition to the Kosama membership for themselves or their family. We felt it was a natural fit to incorporate them with our environment.” 7 Flags is also looking to carve out

a space for Kosama inside its facility as early as late March or early April, meaning members will also have access to classes without having to visit another gym. 7 Flags, which is under new management, has a current introductory rate of a $49 joining fee and an $18.99 monthly rate for a month-to-month, nocontract agreement. Find it: Kosama Clive, 1300 100th St. Suite 2000, 490-1320; Kosama West Des Moines, 4825 E.P. True Parkway, 724-2929; 7 Flags, 2100 N.W. 100th St., Clive, 278-8888.

Urbandale: 8405 Hickman Road, 331-3600. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater. Waukee: 790 Alice’s Road, 987-6543. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater. White Burch Drive: 2505 S.W. White Birch Drive, Ankeny, 965-4246. Cardio equipment, weight room, tanning, cardio theater.

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cover story indoor/outdoor tennis courts, tennis lessons and clinics, women’s only workout area, martial arts/kickboxing studio, group fitness classes (body pump, yoga, spinning and Pilates), massage therapist, tanning, basketball courts. Merle Hay: 4100 Merle Hay Road, 270-5860. Cardio equipment, cardio theater, group fitness classes (including Zumba, spinning, yoga and body pump), sauna, tanning. Southeast 14th: 6103 S.E. 14th St., 287-2582. Cardio equipment, weight room, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, aquatic classes, group fitness classes (body pump, spinning, Zumba), tanning, basketball courts. West Glen: 5464 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines, 222-1899. Cardio equipment, weight room, cardio theater, group fitness classes (Zumba, body pump, yoga, Pilates). More info: aspenathleticia.com

CrossFit A fitness program that focuses on fitness through high-intensity, varied movements. crossfitdesmoines.com Ankeny: 375 S.E. Oralabor Road, 963-3600. Urbandale: 3209 99th St., 360-8209. Waukee: 693 Frontier Ave., 865-2973. Members of the Des Moines Buccaneers mix with weekend warriors at Spartan Strength in downtown Des Moines. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

Curves Thirty-minute circuit training. curves.com Des Moines Central: 900 42nd St., 633-0012.

2. PLACE TO GET IN SERIOUS SHAPE: Spartan Strength Spartan Strength is not a weight-loss program. “We will improve body composition, but we’re not looking to make you lose 30 pounds in 30 days,” said Nick Rouse, owner. “We’re trying to improve all around health and fitness rather than focus on weight loss.” And Rouse is helping his clients accomplish that through a program of his own design that instead emphasizes improvements in strength, speed, agility and endurance. That emphasis is in turn improving his clients’ body compositions. Rouse, a former

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Drake football player and coach, uses a variety of workout techniques, including TRX suspension technology, ropes, kettle bells and more, but he doesn’t want his program to be defined by the instruments that are used, but rather the science behind it. “We do a lot of different exercises,” Rouse said. “We’re working on power, strength and endurance all together. We don’t have a day that’s solely devoted to kickboxing. We do muay thai a few times a week, which is different than kickboxing. It’s the actual art of muay thai, and not some

corporate-created version of it.” Spartan Strength also provides a team atmosphere for members who are preparing for Tough Mudders or Spartan races, providing a built-in support system to help its members conquer obstacles at those events. Find it: 500 E. Locust St., Suite A100, and 2200 N.W. 159th St., Suite 600, Clive Info: Spartan-strength.com

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Des Moines Southwest: 200 Army Post Road, 953-6226. Indianola: 1801 W. Second Ave., Suite 1. 961-9122 Urbandale: 4537 N.W. 86th St., 276-8669. West Des Moines: 5914 Ashworth Road, 279-4952.

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Altoona: 1003 Eighth St., 967-5989. Ankeny: 2803 S.W. Oralabor Road, 289-0600; 121 N.E. 18th St., 963-4600. Ashworth: 5954 Ashworth Road, West Des Moines, 224-1822. Beaverdale: 2706 Beaver Ave., 255-0095. Des Moines – southside: 4301 Fleur Drive, 287-2739. Grimes: 5601 S.E. Gateway Drive, 986-4199. Urbandale: 8801 Hickman Road, 252-0889. Waukee: 215 N. Warrior Lane, 978-3000. West Des Moines: 1905 E.P. True Parkway, West Des Moines, 226-1392.

Fitness World Ankeny North: 110 N. Ankeny Blvd., 964-0170. Cardio equipment, tanning, strength equipment, cardio theater, fitness classes (cycling, yoga). Ankeny South: 116 S.E. Lorenz, 963-7676. Cardio equipment, , tanning, strength equipment, cardio theater, fitness classes (cycling, yoga). West Des Moines: 3200 Westown Parkway, 223-5111. Cardio equipment, pool, sauna, steam room, tanning, strength equipment, cardio theater, fitness classes (cycling, yoga). 24-hour locations: Downtown: 418 Sixth Ave., 288-1111. Group fitness (cycling, step, kickboxing), cardio equipment, weights, tanning. Urbandale: 8104 Douglas Ave., 727-0600. Group fitness (cycling, step, kickboxing), cardio equipment, weights.

Gigi’s Pilates Studio and Personal Training 1312 Locust St., Suite 203, 279-0242. Fitness classes (Pilates, Zumba, high intensity interval training, TRX Suspension, barre, WERQ cardio dance, Muscleglide Dynamic Muscle Solutions) with an emphasis on personal training. gigispilatesstudio.com

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Adela Adeniyi-Williams, owner and director of Bachata Des Moines, demonstrates Bachata at the Dance-A-Cross studio in West Des Moines. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

3. PLACE THAT DOESN’T FEEL LIKE A WORKOUT: Bachata Des Moines For a workout that doesn’t feel like a workout, try taking a class on the Latin dance Bachata, described by Bachata Des Moines owner and instructor Adela Adeniyi-Williams as a “very passionate dance.” Together with her husband Brian, they teach a style of Bachata that integrates elements of tango, cumbia, hip hop and more to create a unique, modern take on the traditional Dominican dance. “You have to put a lot of your

body into it,” Adeniyi-Williams said. “We have a lot of people who come in because they’re looking for something to do with their partner. It’s a great way to express your passion and love for your partner, but it’s also a great way to stay in shape.” And Adeniyi-Williams would know. She gave birth four months ago and is already back to prepregnancy shape. “It helped me with my torso, my

core,” she said. “I’m back to normal right now. It’s really good. A lot of people take it because they want to learn how to dance, and it’s not so hard that you think you can’t do it. It’s not something that’s going to burn you out where you can’t move the next day, but it does work.” Find it: Dance-A-Cross Studio, 1970 Grand Ave., Suite 37, West Des Moines Info: 451-3300; bachatadsm.org

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cover story to various cardio and strength-training classes. goalsinmotionfitness.com Johnston: 5500 N.W. Johnston Ave., 276-2986. Urbandale: 3839 121st St., 276-2986.

Gold’s Gym 1550 22nd St., West Des Moines, 225-9900. Cardio cinema, cardio equipment, free weights, group fitness classes including Les Mills classes (body pump, RPM, body attack, body flow and more), juice bar, sauna/steam room, tanning. goldsgym.com

Kosama Altoona: 3160 Eighth St., 689-5900. Clive: 1300 N.W. 100th St., Suite 2000, 490-1320. West Des Moines: 4825 E.P. True Parkway, 724-2929. Johnston: 8805 Chambery Blvd., Suite 400, 278-2781. Des Moines: 1905 Ingersoll Ave., Suite 102, 505-7211. Waukee: 70 Laurel St., 987-1110. More info: kosama.com

Maximum Fitness Instructor Caeli Esser leads a Piloxing class at Glaza Studio. JUICE FILE PHOTO

4. PLACE TO RENEW MIND, BODY AND SOUL: Glaza Studio “If you just start running but you eat like crap and you’re still negative about things, you may have a stronger body, but what is the rest of you like?” said Rachel Glaza, owner of Glaza Studio. “I like to keep it all-encompassing with what we offer.” Glaza Studio is located on the second floor of the Hohberger building in the East Village. The studio has several instructors who offer eight-week

classes in Zumba, adult ballet for beginners and beyond, and even belly dance; the clientele is both male and female. In addition, Glaza does an ongoing Free Spirit Stretch, and her studio hosts a lunchtime yoga class. For Glaza, the classes offered at her studio are about more than fitness. They’re about keeping mind, body and soul healthy. “It’s more of a creative outlet for

adults that want to move,” Glaza said. “I don’t think we have enough of that. There’s Kosama and the YMCA, and that’s about all the physical stuff. When you’re dancing or learning the art form it takes a lot of mental control as well. I think you need both to take it to the next level and do your body some good.” Find it: 502 E. Locust St. Info: glazastudio.com

50th Street: 640 S. 50th St., West Des Moines, 999-5348. Cardio equipment, weights, fitness classes (yoga, kettle bells). University: 8850 University Ave., West Des Moines, 999-5348. Cardio equipment, weights, fitness classes (yoga, kettle bells). More info: maxfitdsm.com

Planet Fitness Des Moines: 3405 S.E. 14th St., 528-2329. Cardio equipment, weight room, circuit stations, massage chairs, tanning. Urbandale: 3771 86th St., 276-2225. Cardio equipment, weight room, circuit CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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Pleasant Hill: 655 N.E. 56th St., 256-8882.

stations, massage chairs, tanning.

Polk City: 1010 S. Third St., 777-9219.

Prairie Life Fitness

Urbandale: 3963 100th St., 777-9219. West Des Moines: 7450 Bridgewood Drive, 223-1512.

4875 Mills Civic Pkwy., West Des Moines, 223-5999. Group cycling, aquatics, racquetball, massage, tanning, yoga, Pilates, group fitness classes. prairie life.com

YMCA Ankeny: 1102 N. Ankeny Blvd., 965-8800. Swimming pool, aerobics studio, free weights, cardio equipment, basketball, racquetball.

Snap Fitness Cardio equipment and a weight room at each 24-hour fitness location. snapfitness .com

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Ankeny: 1810 S.W. White Birch Drive, 777-9219.

Des Moines East: 3440 E. 33rd St., 777-9219.

Clive: 2200 N.W. 159th St., 987-7777.

Grimes: 1451 Gateway Circle, 777-9219.

Des Moines: 4123 University Ave., 777-9219.

Healthy Living Center: 12493 University Ave., Clive, 226-9622. Swimming pool, aqua therapy pool, cardio equipment, cycling studio. John R. Grubb: 1611 11th St., 246-0791. Swimming pool, basketball, cyclist studio, fitness room.

Johnston: 5525 Merle Hay Road, 276-5700.

Northwest: 410 S.E. Main, Grimes, 986-4464. Cardio equipment, cycling studio, group fitness studio, weights. Riverfront: 101 Locust St., 282-9622. Basketball, cardio equipment, cyclist studio, free weights, mind/body studio, swimming pool, racquetball. South Suburban: 401 E. Army Post Road, 285-0444. Swimming pool, basketball, cardio equipment, weights, cycling room, aerobics studio. Walnut Creek: 948 73rd St., Windsor Heights, 224-1888. Swimming pool, cardio equipment, cycling studio, weights. Waukee: 210 N. Warrior Lane, 987-9996. Swimming pool, basketball, racquetball, strength training area, group exercise studio, cycling studio. More info: dmymca.com

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Caped Crusade

This look is not just for superheroes and super sleuths anymore. Here are four fun ways you can rock a cape. — Bethany Arganbright, Special to Juice

Cold shoulder: This asymmetrical dress is a classy caped look. Dress, $30, at Fab’rik. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE PHOTOS

Superhero chic: A caped blouse is perfect for a super night on the town. Blouse, $72, at Fab’rik.

Keep your options open: This cashmere cape can be styled 10 different ways. Sweater, $330, at Blonde Genius.

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Update your outerwear: Heavy houndstooth will keep you cute and cozy in the cold. Cape, $88, at Back Country Outfitters. Dallas Norton, 23, models four cape looks.

Shop the shoot Back Country Outfitters, 2702 Beaver Ave. Blond Genius, 165 S. Jordan Creek Parkway, Suite 130, West Des Moines Fab’rik, 6925 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 150, West Des Moines

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5 vests to try

From sequins to faux fur, opt for transitional additions this season. Heather Horstmann, 22, models five vests. — Megan Fitzgerald, Special to Juice

1. Layer a cozy sweater vest lined with silver sparkles, taking an everyday outfit to nighttime ready. Sparkle knit vest, $20 at T.J. Maxx, various locations. ZACH

2. To go from workday to happy hour, add a little sparkle. This bold, cropped cover is perfect over a simple black tee. Gold vest, $175 at Aimee, 426 E. Locust St.

3. Amp up a tee and skinny dark denim with a flowing gray vest embellished with leather on the shoulders. Leather vest, $100 at Aimee.

4. Complete your look with a faux fur vest in off white — perfect for chunky knit sweaters and denim. White faux fur vest, $20 at T.J. Maxx.

5. Go glam with sequins and a bold, faux fur vest in black. Complete the look with skinny jeans and chunky suede heels. Faux fur vest, $198 at Aimee.

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What I’m Into

Colin Whittie, 24

Why you should know him: Whittie has been the certified athletic trainer for the Des Moines Buccaneers hockey team the last two seasons, working to prevent injuries as well as treating them. Whittie hadn’t had much exposure to hockey before working with the team, but now he’s at every game, assisting players when injuries occur (it is hockey). The thing that made me want to be an athletic trainer was: I love sports and wanted sports to be involved in my life. Since I wasn't an all-star athlete, I decided I want to help get these athletes back to playing the sport they love. My workout playlist includes: Music from everywhere: The Black Keys, LCD Soundsystem, Kid Cudi, David Guetta, and many more — anything with an energetic beat. My favorite sports are: Football, soccer, basketball and hockey, of course. On a Saturday night I like to: Go out with friends around downtown or West Glen. A useful website I check often is: NATA.org, the National Athletic Training Association website. There are always new studies being done and position statements being updated. I like to stay on the forefront of all the new sports medicine information. _______ is my favorite place to go out to eat: El Aguila Real. Extremely delicious and cheap. I can’t make it through a day without: Watching “Jeopardy!” The guys at the rink are very aware that I love that show. _______ is an unhealthy food I find tough to pass up: Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. This is a bad time of year for that too. In the new year I hope to: Travel more in my free time and see a couple of USA World Cup Qualifiers in the summer. – Joe Lawler

Buccaneers trainer Colin Whittie, 24, helps player Danny Elser with a bloody nose during practice. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE dmJuice.com

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Get To Know . . .

A TV news director who stays in the know Ken Ambroson, 34

What I do: I’m the weekend news director at KCCI (Fridays and Saturdays at 6 and 10 p.m.), and I do graphics for the on-air production. Notable achievements: I won an Emmy less than a year after becoming a director.

Why I do what I do: I didn’t want to direct at first because I liked doing graphics. However, I wanted to develop as a director once the opportunity came. I knew that I could be good at it, and being a director presents me a different challenge every day. The most challenging aspect of working in the news business: Not

flowers. The roads in general need fixing, and the timeliness would be the thing I would change.

knowing what to expect everyday can be a challenge, but really, that’s life.

To attract and retain young professionals, Iowa should: Stop telling them they’re overqualified for a position they applied for. It’s hard for those out of college to get a job. It took me three years to find a job in my field. Everyone just needs a chance to prove him or herself.

The skill I’ve developed most while on the job: I’ve been able to adapt to last-minute changes a lot. It’s a necessity in my line of work. To get away from work, I like to: Volunteer for, and watch, roller derby. I’ve co-announced two bouts for the Mid Iowa Rollers along side Chuck Utech and Sin Da Rolla. I also enjoy going to concerts and other live events such as the Iowa Energy and the Iowa Cubs. How I give back to the community: I used to do the Polar Plunge at the Des Moines Winter Games. I’ve

Ken Ambroson, 34, is a weekend news director at KCCI in Des Moines. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE missed the last two years, but may come out of retirement this year. I also have done the Des Moines Heart Walk for the American Heart Association and the walk out at Camp Sunnyside for Easter Seals. One thing I would

change about the Des Moines area: I wish they would stop pouring money into fixing the flower pots on the south side and fix the roads. There are medians literally crumbling and yet Fleur Drive is almost always down to one lane both ways for work on the

To be taken seriously as a young professional, it’s important to: Young professionals will go a long way by listening to those who have been in the field a long time. Not only does it show respect, but anyone can learn what to do in stressful situations that the experienced have been

through. My leadership philosophy: I get most of my philosophy from Theodore Roosevelt. One quote of his that I always liked was, “The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything.” I can help you by: I help keep people in the know about what’s going on around them locally and nationally. Contact Ken: kambroson@gmail.com

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For more info on upcoming concerts, go to desmoines. metromix.com

The Underground Rock Shop JOE LAWLER joe@dmJuice.com

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he Highland Park neighborhood, north of downtown, has turned into a little vinyl district over the last two years. On Euclid Avenue, all within walking distance of each other, are Red Rooster Records, Wayback Records and the most recent addition, The Underground Rock Shop, which opened last spring. Steve “Ratt” Radcliff, 47, first opened The Underground Rock Shop in Newton three years ago, but relocated to Des Moines where there’s a larger market of music fans and record collectors. “In Newton I would sell maybe $100 worth of CDs and records a month,” Radcliff said. “People would come in to buy clothes and hippie necklaces. Here I sell a lot more records.” And that was always Radcliff’s goal. Since he was a teenager he’s wanted to own a record store. He currently has more than 15,000 records in

The Underground Rock Shop Where: 617 Euclid Ave. Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday

stock, along with 5,000 CDs. The store also features clothing, signed merchandise, custom-made ashtrays and coasters, and scented candles made by Radcliff and his family. “It’s like when he was a kid, but his room has gotten really big,” said Pat Gearhart, a lifelong friend who helps out at the store. Radcliff built the Des Moines store’s collection by purchasing the stock of two closing record stores in Cedar Rapids. He also seeded the store with 1,000 records from his personal collection so there would be some real gems when The Underground Rock Shop opened. Radcliff’s tastes run more toward punk and metal,

Graduating Summer performs at the Underground Rock Shop. The shop has hosted more than 170 bands since opening last spring. dmJuice.com

Steve “Ratt” Radcliff opened The Underground Rock Shop last spring. MICHAEL WATSON/PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE

along with an appreciation for classic rock and blues. He said his collector side can sometimes come in conflict with his business sense. “When some really great punk stuff comes in it’s hard to put them out for sale,” Radcliff said. The walls of The Underground Rock Shop are covered with fliers from past shows at Des Moines’ Hairy Mary’s, Vaudeville Mews, the House of Bricks, People’s, Wooly’s and other venues. Radcliff’s hope is that people perusing his store might catch a glimpse of some show they remember while flipping through old records, CDs and even eight tracks.

When you look at the store’s bathroom door, it’s tagged by dozens of local and touring bands. The shop regularly hosts small hardcore, punk, metal and more straight forward rock shows in its back room. Since it opened more than 170 bands have performed. Radcliff has plans to expand the size of his concert offerings soon, but said it’s too soon to say how exactly. In addition to expanding his current location, Radcliff hopes to have a second Underground Rock Shop up and running at a to-bedetermined location by the summer. “I don’t settle,” Radcliff said.

Use the LifeInAction app and see inside one of the shows at The Underground Rock Shop.

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joe’s music page Joe Lawler, music guru joe@dmJuice.com

Music news & notes The 20th Sub Sonic Social will be held at 9 p.m. Friday at a new location, Club exTreme, 215 E. Second St. (the old Club Statik). DJ Brett B, Abood Seven, Dustin Oxford, Jesse Jamz, Phase Two and DJ Raj will spin. Cover is $7 before 10 p.m., $8 after. … Upcoming shows at the Val Air Ballroom include country singer Dustin Lynch on Feb. 5 ($20 in advance, $25 day of show), The Bottoms Up Blues Bash with The Bel Airs and Matt Woods and the Thunderbolts on March 2 ($20 in advance) and Tech N9ne on May 10 ($30 in advance). Tickets for all three shows are available through ticketweb.com. … The Hull Avenue Tavern, 834 Hull Ave., hosts a grand reopening show Jan. 19 with Dead Horse Trauma, Mars on Fire and Absolute Power. Admission is free. … Speaking of free, Free Energy returns to Des Moines for a Jan. 27 show at the Gas Lamp. The band’s Wikipedia page says frontman Paul Sprangers supplements his income with part-time work as “a bounty hunter and as a children’s fart-balloonist.” But the source is

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Scenester

A pro-pets performer Aaron Sinwell, 28, will perform at Petapalooza, a fundraiser for The Animal Rescue League of Iowa, at 6 p.m. Friday at the House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave.

Q: You play solo, as well as with the band 4010. How do the type of shows you do differ? Vastly. There are a few songs I do acoustic that I’ll also play with the band, but obviously it’s much different with the full band. When I’m playing with 4010 it’s mostly music I’ve written with them, and I’m just doing vocals, whereas I play acoustic guitar when I’m solo. 4010 will be playing Petapalooza with me; I’ll do two or three songs solo, then bring the band up.

Q: What was it that made you perform for the first time?

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I’ve always loved music and had it around me growing up. I always enjoyed being on stage; before I played music I acted in plays in high school. So the stage aspect was always big for me.

listed as “per personal correspondence between Sprangers and estranged roommate.” Tickets are $10 through tikly.co. … Other upcoming shows at the Gas Lamp include The Grateful Dead tribute The Gratest Story Ever Told (Saturday), The Candy Makers (Jan. 18), The Melismatics (Jan. 19), Beatles tribute The End (Jan. 25), The Travel Guide (Jan. 26) and Gallo (Feb. 2). More info at gaslampdsm.com.

Q: Do you have a pet? I currently do not. They’re not allowed where I live. I’ve had many pets in the past, and I have many friends with pets and enjoy their company.

Sub Sonic Social 11. SPECIAL TO JUICE Stay updated on all things music in central Iowa by reading Joe’s blog at desmoines. metromix.com

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Top 4 Shows Samantha Fish

Friday: 23-year-old blues musician Samantha Fish performs at 9 p.m. at the Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave. The guitarist grew up in Kansas City, building a name for herself playing shows before hitting the road in support of her debut album “Runaway.” Last spring Fish won a BMA for best new artist debut. Fish also performs with the group Girls with Guitars, featuring Cassie Taylor and Dani Wilde. $10 through midwestix.com.

The Color Morale

Tuesday: Illinois metalcore act The Color Morale plays the Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St., at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Color Morale has released two albums, “We All Have Demons” and “The Devil In Your Eyes.” The band’s third album, “Know Hope,” will be released soon. Our Last Night, Ice Nine Kills, For All I Am, The Life I Breathe and The Impact of Reason open. $12 in advance through ticketfly.com, $15 day of show.

Des Moines Dubstep Invasion II Saturday: Kick off a new year of EDM at the Des Moines Dubstep Invasion II, 8 p.m. at Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. Performing will be Terravita, Spankalicious, Devender vs. DarkGrey and KiNFoLK. $15 in advance through ticketfly.com, $20 day of show.

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Billy Dean

Saturday and Sunday: Country singer Billy Dean plays two shows at 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at Java Joe’s Fourth Street Theater, 214 Fourth St. Dean first made his name appearing on “Star Search,” and has racked up a number of top 10 hits over the years, including “Only Here for a Little While,” “If There Hadn’t Been You” and “Let Them Be Little.” Dean released his latest album, “A Man of Good Fortune,” in September. $32. Go to javajoescoffeehouse.com.

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Four gooey grilled cheese

Say cheese! As the winter drags on you may find yourself craving warm comfort foods like a grilled cheese sandwich. Here are four melty offerings worth braving the cold for. – Joe Lawler Havarti grilled cheese

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Find it: University Library Cafe, 3506 University Ave. The Library is known for its nachos, but this sandwich is another cheesy reason to visit. Made with American and havarti cheese between two slices of white bread, it’s probably the closest thing to how mom used to make grilled cheese for you. The sandwich is served with your choice of fries, onion rings, chips, mac and cheese, cottage cheese or a side salad. $5.95.

Find it: Palazzo’s Java House, 3304 E. University Ave. Half of Palazzo’s menu is dedicated to grilled cheese, with more than 20 options ranging from the Palazzo (with a scoop of grinder meat), to the Heifer (roast beef) and the Scarlet (sliced tomatoes). All are served on garlic focaccia. The Tee Box pairs bacon with fried peppers for a good mix of crunch, heat and meltiness. All sandwiches are served with a bag of chips. $6.50.

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Cheese toastie Find it: The Cheese Shop, 833 42nd St. Of course The Cheese Shop is going to have an awesome grilled cheese sandwich. Called a toastie, it’s made with Milton Creamery Quark, Prairie Breeze and Frisian Farms gouda, and you can add toppings like prosciutto, pepper jam, salami and arugula pesto. $5.

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Cheese Frenchie Find it: The Drake Diner, 1111 25th St. This is like something you would find at the Iowa State Fair. A jack and American cheese sandwich is assembled, then dipped in batter and deep-fried until it’s crispy. Probably one of the unhealthiest ways to eat a grilled cheese, but also one of the tastiest. It comes with fries, sweet potato fries, onion rings or a house salad for $6.99, or a la carte for $5.49. JUICE FILE PHOTO

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come in together.” Falbo Bros. delivers within a five mile radius of the store, but Junge said he won’t turn down delivering an order unless the restaurant is too busy or the destination is so far that the pizza would arrive cold.

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Falzones, similar to a homemade Hostess Fruit Pie. The restaurant currently doesn’t serve beer or wine, but Junge hopes to change that by the end of the month. He wants to keep Falbo Bros. focused on the pizza, though, not the drinks. He runs a $1.50 slice special from 2 to 5 p.m. on weekdays to attract kids from nearby East High School, and has a video game section with pinball, Big Buck Hunter, Mortal Kombat 3 and more to keep kids entertained. There’s also a pool table,

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hen Brian Junge was considering bringing Falbo Bros. Pizzeria to Des Moines, he carefully scoped out locations. It’s easy to find pizza places south of University Avenue on East 14th Street, but if you’re headed north it’s a pizza desert until you get to Scornovacca’s north of Euclid Avenue. That’s what prompted him to open his pizzeria at 1246 E. 14th St. If you’ve lived in Iowa City or Dubuque, Falbo might be a familiar name to you, but it’s new to the Des Moines area. Falbo Bros. got its start 20 years ago in Madison, Wis., and over the years has expanded to Iowa and Colorado. “Falbo Bros. tend to focus on college towns, but there are so many schools here that it seemed to make sense,” Junge said. “The area was also lacking in great pizza, which made this a good location to pick.” But this isn’t just another chain landing in Des Moines. Falbo Bros. makes all its dough and sauces in-store daily. It has location-specific pies like the Graziano Monster and the Alfredo chicken cordon bleu pizza. Pizzas are available in thin, deep dish and stuffed versions. Fries and onion rings are made fresh as well. The restaurant also makes its own calzones (called Falzones) and will soon be debuting fruit

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hough Joker’s has taken over the space formerly occupied by Liar’s Club, one would be hard-pressed to notice many leftovers from the former occupant. The bathrooms remain intact, but the rest of the bar has been completely redone during a $250,000 remodel, according to the management team’s website. Liar’s Club’s centralized bar has been replaced with a sunken dance floor and pseudo stage where comedy acts will perform on Friday nights. We arrived at Joker’s at 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. Despite being the new bar on the block, it was at least two-thirds full by 10 p.m., based on our highly unofficial estimate. The mohawked DJ wearing a tuxedo T-shirt did his best to get the crowd moving. He played electronic versions of popular songs and busted out a few of his own moves, but nobody used the dance floor for anything other than a walkway to the restroom until after 10 p.m. Two sculptural jokers’ heads have been affixed to poles and stare down at the dance floor menacingly. Their eyes have been replaced

Carl the Card performs at Joker’s grand opening Dec. 28. The bar is located in the freshly remodeled former home of Liar’s Club, 216 Court Ave. MICHAEL WATSON/PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE

with red laser lights, and their mouths infrequently spit bursts of cold air onto unsuspecting dancers who dare stand in their paths. This provided multiple opportunities for laughs, as it startled more than one group during our stay. The former Liar’s Club stage has been replaced with a bar, and a second matching bar sits in the opposite corner of the expansive space. The floor is covered in mismatched carpet tiles, as if they bought up boxes of leftovers and placed them in

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Joker’s Find it: 216 Court Ave. Hours: 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tuesday through Friday;

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haphazard patterns. A section of bar stools outlines most of the dance floor, and another area near a DJ booth has leather sofa “pods” that can be reserved for VIP service, including bottle service. We saw several tables opt for this; bottles arrived with an attached firework throwing sparks for

dramatic effect. But we were too impressed with the speedy and thoughtful service of the bartenders, who offered up their own VIP treatment. A friend ordered drinks a half hour apart, and not only did the bartender remember the drinks from the previous order, but he also remembered

Joker’s features a large dance floor and a stage for comedians, who perform on Friday nights.

the name on the tab when it came time to close out. In addition, the bar is well-stocked and had enough bartenders that nobody had to wait for service, which is an accomplishment not met by bars with much longer tenures. We left Joker’s about 10:30 p.m. and people were finally starting to

spill onto the dance floor, much to the DJ’s delight. For anyone looking for dancing or comedy over comfortable conversation, Joker’s will be a welcomed addition to the Court Avenue District.

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3 warm whiskey drinks to try

You can learn a lot about whiskey from a part of the world where the sun sets at 4 p.m. this time of year. On a recent cold Saturday, I paid a visit to the British-themed Royal Mile off Court Avenue. — Ann Klein, Special to Juice

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y mission: Sample ways the distilled spirits can be enjoyed warm. I shared it with two Iowans who deepened their appreciation for whiskey last winter at their neighborhood pub in Glasgow.

The Coffin Nail, a Scotch whisky and coffee drink at the Royal Mile. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

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Manager Joe White, 32, admitted he serves whiskey drinks grudgingly at Royal Mile, 210 Fourth St. “Why would you mix it with anything? If you’re cold, have a glass of whiskey.” My companions nodded, noting that he was standing in front of the pub’s impressive wall of Scotch, 122 single-malt bottles from the world’s best distilleries. That said, we were days away from Iowa’s coldest month of the year — as compelling a reason as any to get creative.

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White started with his grandma’s sore throat remedy, warming Maker’s Mark (any favorite will do) in a mug in a pot of steaming water. He added hot water, a twist of lemon zest and a dusting of cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg and the nutmeg-based spice mace. Three thumbs up for Grandma. The drink, which looks like the tea my own granny used to serve, offered a seriously reassuring kick.

For this one, White warmed Jameson Irish Whiskey and added coffee, hazelnut-flavored Frangelico, chocolaty Baileys Irish Cream and rum-based Kahlua. Sounds like a flavor pile-up, but the whiskey’s kick kept it real. It was our first mug to go dry.

White created this one for bicyclists on Des Moines’ Tweed Ride last November, adding coffee and cream to the Rusty Nail, that Prohibition-era mix of Drambuie and Dewar’s Scotch whisky. We relished this one for its deep, strong, rich flavor. White finished the tasting by sharing the last of his Powers 12 Year Old Special Reserve. “I don’t need warm whiskey to warm me up,” he said. “I need whiskey.” Smooth and creamy, it made his point — and reminded us that shorter days and colder climes have their perks.

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An adults-only night at the Science Center of Iowa mixes science, drinks and music.

A highlight of Mixology Night was the deep freeze presentation.

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Elisa Hutchinson, 32, and Sean Coffey, 35, at Mixology Night on Friday.

Julie Thomas, 24, Cody Banks, 24, and Sarah Johnson, 26, at Mixology Night.

Emilee Richardson, 25, marketing and communications coordinator at the Science Center of Iowa, oversees assembly operations at the rocket creation station at Mixology Night on Friday. ADRIENNE GROSS/PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE

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Jenna Frost, 23, and Andrew Philp, 26, at The Queers.

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Taylor Caldwell, 28, and, Brooke Nowadzky, 29.

Charlie Vestal, 23, and, Nate Logsdon, 28, at The Queers.

Esther Burdgson, 21, and, Eric Brenton, 22, at The Queers.

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Becky Kessel, 25, and, Taelor Beeck, 21, strike a pose.

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wed9 DANCE Kathleen Hurley and Paula McArthur, dancers. Performance in sanctuary, lunch at 12:30 p.m. in Weertz Hall. 12:05 p.m., St. John’s Lutheran Church, 600 Sixth Ave. 243-7691, stjohnsdsm.org. Performance free and open to the public. Lunch $6 per person.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 6:30 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover. Down Under Bar & Grill, 8350 Hickman Road, Clive. Wednesday Night Karaoke. 7 p.m.midnight, 278-6718, greatestbar.com. No cover.

MUSIC Bill Matykowski. 7:30 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Scott Smith. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Gino’s West Glen, 5513 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 226-2320 , ginosfoods.com.

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Dave Rezek’s Alpha State Agents. 9 p.m., Star Bar, 2811 Ingersoll Ave. 244-0790, daverezekmusic.com. No cover. Bob Pace Band. 7-1 p.m., Zimm’s Food and Spirits, 3124 Ingersoll Ave. 277-9929, bobpaceband.com. No cover.

thu10 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. No cover.

MUSIC The Soul Searchers. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Red Hot Country. Senior dance. Bring a dish to share for potluck. 7-10 p.m., Boone County Family YMCA, 608 Carrroll St., Boone. 432-5925, dmymca.org. tlittle211@msn.com.

Wednesday Psych out Check out the psychedelic stylings of Izzy Starchild & the Psychedelic Rose when they play Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. Also playing will be Behold! The City, Alli and I and Franklin’s Basement. $5. Starts at 5 p.m.

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Thursday Dinner and a show Local jazz singer Fred Gazzo plays with his band from 7 to 10 p.m. at Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. Free.

Fred Gazzo Band. 7-10 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, samandgabes.com.

SINGLES Singles Again Morning Coffee. Join Singles Again friends for coffee or a soda. 10 a.m., Panera Bread, 2839 86th St., Urbandale. 277-9986, paneraiowa.com.

LECTURES Brown Bag Lecture. Bring your lunch to the Gardens and enjoy an education program. Attend each month and experience a new topic presented by local and regional professionals and lecturers. Noon, Reiman Gardens, 1407 University Blvd., Ames. 515-294-2710, reimangardens.com. reimangardens@iastate.edu. Free for CoHorts’ members; price of admission for general public. Free for ISU students.

fri11 FILMS Film series: “FoodMatters.” 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.

GAMES Ping Pong & Putt Putt Indoor Golf. Popcorn and pop included. For ages Kindergarten - adults (grades K-4 must be accompa-

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nied by adult). 7-9:30 p.m., Indianola Activity Center, 2204 W. Second Ave. Indianola. 961-9420, indianolaiowa.gov. To pay in advance, call. parkrec@cityofindianola.com. $1.50 in advance, $2 at the door.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1:30 a.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover. Okoboji Grill, 2010 S.E. Delaware Ave., Ankeny. “The Voice Box” Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 964-9443, the-voice-box.com. No cover.

LITERARY Book Signing: Rachel Eliason. Rachel will discuss and sign her book, “Run, Clarissa, Run,” a coming of age story involving gender, identity, acceptance and love. 6:30 p.m., Mars Cafe, 2318 University Ave. 369-6277, marscafe.net.

MUSIC Larry Berenguel. With guest guitarist Ras Badjao. 8 p.m., Gino’s West Glen, 5513 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 491-8048, larryberenguel.com. larry@larryberenguel.com. No cover.

Rick Burke. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. Chad Elliott. 7 p.m., The GrapeVine, 2175 N.W. 86th St., Suite 4, Clive. 277-1657 RSVP necessary; email. afinetime4wine@aol.com. Samantha Fish. Samantha Fish is one of the women who are starting to bulk up the ranks of femmes knowing how to sling that guitar like they mean it. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 2803778, bigreddogmusic.com. bigreddogmusic@yahoo.com. $10. MidwesTIX. Work Release featuring the Bob Pace Band. Free food. 4:30-7:30 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 280-3778, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com. $4. Jonathan Sturm, violin & Mei-Hsuan Huang, piano. Doors open at 7 p.m. for a wine reception. Coffee and desserts will be served following the performance. 7:30 p.m., Salisbury House & Gardens, 4025 Tonawanda Drive. 274-1777, salisburyhouse.org. Tickets may be purchased online or by phone. kwengert@salisburyhouse.org. $25 adults, $22.50 members, $15 students. Sugar Moon. 7-10:30 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars, Boline Manfredi Post 9662, 1309 N.E. 66th Ave. 515-289-9914, ediemae36@aol.com. $5. John Krantz & David Altemeier with Tina Haase-Findlay. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, samandgabes.com. No cover. Charlson Trio with Heather MacLennan. 7:30-10:30 p.m.,

Friday Crushing trivia competition The women’s football team, Iowa Crush, will hold a trivia fundraiser at 7 p.m. at Z’s Bar & Grill, 1511 S. Union St. $10 per person, with teams of 10.

Chuck’s Restaurant, 3610 Sixth Ave. 244-4104, chucksdesmoines.com. No cover. R.S.V.P. 9 p.m., Benchwarmers, 705 S. Ankeny Blvd., Ankeny. 965-2556 . Jeffrey James. Jeffrey James, featured on Season 3 of NBC’s “The Voice,” will perform in Marty’s CyberCafe in the Dahl Centennial Union. 7:30 p.m., Dahl Centennial Union, Luther College, 700 College Drive, Decorah. 563-387-1865, https:// luther.edu/. news@luther.edu. Tickets are available for $5 at the Luther box office. Abby Normal. 9 p.m., Sudsuckers, 1511 E. Army Post Road. 256-9715. No cover. Octane. 9 p.m., Bourbon Street Bar & Grill, 500 Army Post Road. 285-5733. No cover. The Princemen. 8 p.m.-midnight, Finish Line Show Lounge, Prairie Meadows Racetrack and Casino, 1 Prairie Meadows Drive, Altoona. 967-1000, prairiemeadows.com. No cover. Opas Taylor. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Kenny’s Pub, 605 Ashworth Drive, Waukee. 987-0161. No cover.

SPORTS & REC Hockey: Sioux Falls 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. World’s Toughest Rodeo. The free pre-show each night at 6 p.m., followed by bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, and of course the women’s barrel racing mixed in with a little comedy, stunts, and rock and roll equals 2-1⁄2 hours of thrilling excitement. 7:30 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000, iowaeventscenter.com. info@iowaeventscenter.com. $57, $47, $37, $20. Kids tickets are half price. Dahl’s Tickets.

SALES/BAZAARS Urban Finds January Thaw Show. One of Des Moines best

Saturday Boogie oogie oogie Grab a house brew and listen to the blues. Blues group Backstage Boogie Band plays a free show at Raccoon River Brewing Company, 200 10th St., starting at 9 p.m.

selections of antiques, collectibles, re-purposed, salvage and one of kinds for home and garden. 6 p.m., Lotus Moments Event Center, 2134 E. Grand Ave. 262-5107, mrpta@aol.com.

SHOWS/EXPOS Iowa Home Show. More than 250 booths of products and services for the inside and outside of your home. 4-8 p.m., William C. Knapp Varied Industries Building, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 800-756-4788, TheIowaHomeShow.com. michellep@rjpromotions.com. Adults $6.95, Seniors (62+) $5.95, Kids under 12 free. Buy at site or go online to download a discount ticket.

THEATER There’s a Monster Under the Bed. Ben has a BIG problem. His Mum is acting grumpy, his best friend Vince has stolen his precious binoculars, and his Dad is far, far away. Oh, and there’s a monster under the bed. 7 p.m., Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 277-6261, dmplayhouse.com. $15 adults, $12 students, discounts for groups of 15+.

sat12 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-byroom tour. 9 a.m.-1 p.m., World Food Prize Hall of Laureates, 100 Locust St. 245-3735, worldfood-

prize.org/hall. nbarreca@worldfoodprize.org.

COMEDY Second Saturday. Join area teens, grades 6 through 12, for sketch comedy, fast-paced games and thinking on your feet in spur-of-the-moment situations. 7:30 p.m., Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 974-5365, dmplayhouse.com/ forms/class-registration-secondsaturday.php. Please pre-register to ensure there are enough refreshments. rspahr@dmplayhouse.com. $8 at the door.

DJS AND DANCING Second Saturdays with DJ Eight Ten. Classic R&B, dance and soul on vinyl. Happy hour prices from 10 p.m. to midnight, with music until 2 a.m. 10 p.m.-2 a.m., Americana Restaurant & Lounge, 1312 Locust St. 2831312, americanadsm.com. mike.utley@americanadsm.com. No cover.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1:30 a.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover. Doc’s Lounge, 8805 Chambery Blvd., Johnston. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-2 a.m., 278-7090, docsinjohnston.com. docsloungejohnston@hotmail.com. No cover.

MUSIC Cliff Carr and Friends. 2 p.m., Stuart Recreation Center, American Legion Post, 323 S.W. Second St., Stuart. 523-1666. $7.

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the list The Jazz Page. Led by saxophonist Wayne Page, this quartet with John Krantz, David Altemeier and John Kizilarmut is comprised of great jazz musicians that are also very committed to jazz education. 7-9 p.m., ArtsCentral, Waukee Area Arts Council, 405 Maple St., Waukee. 402-7870, WaukeeArts.org. info@WaukeeArts.org. $10 Adults, $5 Children. Tickets at Waukee Hardware or at the door.

District. Up-and-coming opera singers will pin their hopes and dreams on this winter’s Metropolitan Opera National Council (MONC) Auditions. A reception during the judges’ deliberation offers the opportunity to meet the singers. noon-5 p.m., Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall, 149 Music Hall, Iowa State University, 215 Morrill Road, Ames. 515-294-7389, music.iastate.edu. scompton@iastate.edu. Free and open to the public.

B. John Burns. 7 p.m., Mars Cafe, 2318 University Ave. 3696277, bjohnburns.com. No cover.

Des Moines Dubstep Invasion II. 9 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm.com. $15 - $20. Ticketfly.

The Iowa Opera House Project. Listen to homegrown blues and country blues artists including Dave Moore, who has played on A Prairie Home Companion, and others perform. 7-9 p.m., Pella Opera House, 611 Franklin St., Pella. 641-628-8625, pellaoperahouse.org. $10. 3 legged dawg. 9 p.m., Star Bar, 2811 Ingersoll Ave. 2440790, starbardsm.com. No cover. Abby Normal. 9-1 p.m., Fore Seasons Golf Practice Center, 6232 Highway S74 S., Newton. 641-792-1246, abbynormalrockband.com. Circular Revolution. 9 p.m., Bourbon Street Bar & Grill, 500 Army Post Road. 285-5733. No cover. Metropolitan Opera National Councils Auditions, Iowa

Backstage Boogie Band. 9 p.m., Raccoon River Brewing Company, 200 10th St. 362-5222, raccoonbrew.com. No cover. CJC Adult Jam. 10 a.m.-noon, Fourth Street Theatre, Java Joes Coffee House, 216 Fourth St. 288-5282. Scott Smith. 7-10 p.m., Gino’s West Glen, 5513 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 226-2320, ginosfoods.com. Chuck’s Trio with Tina HaaseFindlay. 7:30-10:30 p.m., Chuck’s Restaurant, 3610 Sixth Ave. 244-4104, chucksdesmoines.com. No cover. The Continental Jazz Trio. 9 p.m.-midnight, The Continental, 428 E. Locust St. 244-5845, continental-lounge.com. No

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cover. The Brian Holtz Band. 8 p.m., Fireside Grille, 523 Eighth St. S.E., Altoona. 967-8122, brianholtzband.com. Resurrection Mary, Sons of Walter. 9 p.m., Jeannie’s Bottle, 3839 Merle Hay Road. 278-9797, jeanniesbottle.net. $3. S.A.W. (Sutherland, Ankum, & Woods). 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. The Greatest Story Ever Told. 9 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 4470607, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com. $5. The Papa Proffitt Band. 9 p.m., West Port Lounge, 800 First St., West Des Moines. 277-1991. No cover. The Comfort Zone. 4-7 p.m., Hawkeye Elks Lodge 160, 1401 Walker St. 266-9269. $5 admission. No Glory, Fracture. 8 p.m.-1 a.m., Sudsuckers, 1511 E. Army Post Road. 256-9715. No cover. Spam. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., The Longest Yard, 122 Fifth St., West Des Moines. 274-1710. No cover.

SPORTS & REC Hockey: Team USA 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. World War Fighting Championships 10. Green vs. Moreno. 7 p.m., 7 Flags Events Center, 2100 N.W. 100th St., Clive. 3605450, 7flagseventcenter.com. General Admission $20. Call for Reserved. Red Truck Tickets. World’s Toughest Rodeo. The free pre-show each night at 6 p.m., followed by bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, and of course the women’s barrel racing mixed in with a little comedy, stunts, and rock and roll equals 2 1⁄2 hours of thrilling excitement. 7:30 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000,

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iowaeventscenter.com. info@iowaeventscenter.com. $57, $47, $37, $20. Kids tickets are half price. Dahls Tickets. Men’s Roller Derby: Your Mom vs. Minnesota Rollergirls. 7:30 p.m., Skate West, 2019 Grand Ave., West Des Moines. 225-6411, yourmommensderby.com. $7 or two for $10 at the door. Women’s Basketball: TCU at Iowa State. 6 p.m., Hilton Coliseum, 1700 Lincoln Way, Ames. 515-294-1816 or 888-4782925, cyclones.com. $10-$12. Children 1 year and under do not require a ticket. Ticketmaster.

SALES/BAZAARS Urban Finds Janaury Thaw Show. One of Des Moines best selections of antiques, collectibles, re-purposed, salvage and one of kinds for home and garden. 9 a.m., Lotus Moments Event Center, 2134 E. Grand Ave. 262-5107, mrpta@aol.com. Flea Market & Craft Show. Search the vendors to find a treasure to take home as yours or to give as a gift. Baked goods also available to satisfy that sweets craving. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Southridge Mall, 1111 E. Army Post Road. 981-4739, shopsouthridgemall.com. teresa.holland@macerich.com.

SHOWS/EXPOS Iowa Home Show. More than 250 booths of products and services for the inside and outside of your home. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., William C. Knapp Varied Industries Building, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 800-756-4788, TheIowaHomeShow.com. michellep@rjpromotions.com. Adults $6.95, Seniors (62+) $5.95, Kids Under 12 free. Buy at site or go online to download a discount ticket.

THEATER There’s a Monster Under the Bed. Ben has a BIG problem. His Mum is acting grumpy, his best friend Vince has stolen his precious binoculars, and his Dad is far, far away. Oh, and there’s a monster under the bed. 1 p.m., Des Moines Community Play-

Laughing at the law (suit) Comedian/activist Lee Camp makes his debut Iowa performance in a “Lawsuits Are No Laughing Matter” benefit for Ed Fallon’s legal defense against Leonard Boswell’s defamation suit. The show starts at 7 p.m. at House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave., and features music by Andy Fleming and stand-up comedy by Colin Ryan, Scott Vermulm and Dan Umthun. $10.

house, 831 42nd St. 277-6261, dmplayhouse.com. $15 adults, $12 students, discounts for groups of 15+.

sun13 AUDITIONS Auditions: The Kid Who Ran for President. 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. 9745365, https://dmplayhouse.com/ volunteer/audition.php. rspahr@dmplayhouse.com.

KARAOKE Hessen Haus, 101 Fourth St. Party! Party! - The Ultimate Karaoke Band. 9:30 p.m., 2882520, Facebook.com/partypartykaraokeband. No cover.

LITERARY Author Cindy Chicoine. Author Cindy Chicoine will sign and read from her book, Turning Around the Heart. 2 p.m., Beaverdale Books, 2629 Beaver Ave., Suite 1. 279-5400, beaverdalebooks.com.

MUSIC Tony Valdez & Carey Crowson. 2-5 p.m., Summerset Winery, 15101 Fairfax St., Indianola. 961-3545, summersetwine.com. Chad Elliott. 8 p.m., el Bait Shop, 200 S.W. Second St. 284-

1970, elbaitshop.com. Botanical Blues with Cindy Grill & Alan Smith. Part of a live series of Blues shows in a truly unique and family-friendly environment, under the dome. 1-3 p.m., Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden, 909 Robert D. Ray Drive. 323-6290, botanicalcenter.com. Adults $5; ages 4-17 $3; ages 65+ $4; ages 3 and under free. Free to members of the friends of the Botanical Garden.

SPORTS & REC Ice Fishing Clinic. Come and learn the basics of ice fishing and get some hands-on experience. Anyone over the age of 16 will need a valid fishing license. Bait and poles will be provided. Bring something to sit on and dress warmly. 1-4 p.m., Fort Des Moines Park, 7200 S.E. Fifth St., leadingyououtdoors.org. pccb_info@polkcountyiowa.gov. Basketball: Canton Charge at Iowa Energy. NBA D-League game. 4 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000, iowanba.com. Sidelines $20, Corners $12, Endzones $8. Dahls Tickets. Women’s Basketball: Illinois State at Drake. 2:05 p.m., Knapp Center, Drake University, 2525 Forest Ave. , drake.edu. $4-$10.

SALES/BAZAARS Flea Market & Craft Show. Search the vendors to find a treasure to take home as yours or to give as a gift. Baked goods

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Monday Be a cheap skate Brenton Skating Plaza, 520 Robert D. Ray Drive, hosts “Cheap Skate” sessions from 4 to 6 p.m. and 8 to 10 p.m. Buy one skating admission, get one free.

available to satisfy that sweets craving. Noon-5:30 p.m., Southridge Mall, 1111 E. Army Post Road. 981-4739, shopsouthridgemall.com. teresa.holland@macerich.com.

SHOWS/EXPOS The Everything Bridal Show. Featuring a live fashion show at 1 p.m. with all the latest styles in bridal gowns, bridesmaids’ dresses and formalwear. Vendors, prizes and giveaways. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Hy-Vee Conference Center, 5820 Westown Parkway, West Des Moines. 559-5713, everythingbridalshow.com. abergman@hy-vee.com. Free. Iowa Home Show. More than 250 booths of products and services for the inside and outside of your home. 11 a.m.-4 p.m., William C. Knapp Varied Industries Building, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 800-756-4788, TheIowaHomeShow.com. michellep@rjpromotions.com. Adults $6.95, Seniors (62+) $5.95, Kids Under 12 free. Buy at site or go online to download a discount ticket.

SINGLES Singles Again: Let’s Go Bowling. Join friends for bowling. Dinner afterward. 2 p.m., Merle Hay Lanes, Merle Hay Mall, 3800 Merle Hay Road, Suite 505. 253-3901, merlehaylanes.com. info@merlehaylanes.com.

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p.m., Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 2776261, dmplayhouse.com. $15 adults, $12 students, discounts for groups of 15+.

mon14 FUNDRAISERS Salon taking donations for Shelter. Every year Salon TEC collects items to be donated to the Children and Families of Iowa Domestic Violence Shelter. This year we will focus on towels, bedding, purses and toiletries. 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Salon TEC, 1234 Grand Ave., West Des Moines. 360-5111, salontecdsm.com. hairsalontec@gmail.com.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover.

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’ Dance & Jam. Country music dance and jam. 7 p.m., Z’s Bar & Grill, 1511 S. Union St. 288-6100. $5.

tue15 ATTRACTIONS Hall of Laureates Open House. The internationally renowned World Food Prize Foundation invites you to ex-

plore 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.

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. 515-2942710, reimangardens.com. Registration with pre-payment is required . Visit website 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.

FOOD/BOOZE 2013 Kickoff Tasting. Our first tasting of 2013 will feature a variety of wines, beer and liquor. 5-7 p.m., Wine & Spirits Gallery, 7690 Hickman Road, Windsor Heights. 270-8609, wineandspiritsgallery.com. grapes2grains@aol.com. Wine Flights: Abbe’s Wine Lab. Join Gateway Market’s Certified Sommelier Abbe Hendricks in Abbe’s Wine Lab to deconstruct Pinot Noir, learn about its most common clones, then put them all back together to create your own blend. 6:30 p.m., South Union Bread Cafe, 1011 Locust St. 248-1782, centrodining.com. $40.

FUNDRAISERS Salon taking donations for Shelter. Every year Salon TEC collects items to be donated to the Children and Families of Iowa Domestic Violence Shelter. This year we will focus on towels, bedding, purses and toiletries. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Salon TEC, 1234 Grand Ave., West Des Moines. 360-5111, salontecdsm.com. hairsalontec@gmail.com.

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Blvd., Ankeny. “The Voice Box” Karaoke. 9 p.m.-midnight, 965-2556 , the-voice-box.com. No cover. Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover. Doc’s Lounge, 8805 Chambery Blvd., Johnston. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-2 a.m., 278-7090, docsinjohnston.com. docsloungejohnston@hotmail.com. No cover.

Show your history The Des Moines Historical Society hosts “Showstorm” starting at 6 p.m. at the Iowa Genealogical Society, 628 E. Grand Ave. Everyone is invited to bring memorabilia related to the history of Des Moines, including old concert posters, menus, photos and more. Free.

GARDENING Floral Design Series. Learn the basics of floral design while creating beautiful arrangements to take home. Learn the tips and skills used by professionals and create your own one-of-a-kind floral designs. 6:30 p.m., Reiman Gardens, 1407 University Blvd. Ames. 515-294-2710, reimangardens.com. Register online or call. reimangardens@iastate.edu. CoHorts members: $32 or sign up for all 12 classes for $320 or pick 4 for $104. General public: $40 or sign up for all 12 classes for $400 or pick 4 for $130. ISU students: 15 percent off CoHort Price.

SPORTS Armchair Paddler Series. Visit website for this season’s lineup of speakers and topics. 7 p.m., Pioneer Columbus Community Center, 2100 S.E. Fifth St. 8656564, dmparks.org. tasmith@dmgov.org. Free.

MUSIC Acousti-Beast. 8 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover. The Color Morale. With Our Last Night, Ice Nine Kills, For All I Am, The Life I Breathe, The Impact of Reason. 4:45 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaudevillemews.com. $12.00 - $15.00. Ticketfly. The Westminster Choir of Princeton, N.J. The chorus-ofchoice of Leonard Bernstein and frequent symphonic collaborators with the New York

Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra and Vienna Philharmonic among many others. 7 p.m., First Christian Church, 2500 University Ave. 255-2181, fccdm.org. Student $10, Adult $20. MidwesTIX.

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 Central Iowa Water Garden Club. Our speaker is Doug Sheeley, from the Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources, discussing the Chautauqua Wildlife Management Area. 7 p.m., Des Moines Botanical & Environmental Center, 909 Robert D. Ray Drive. 323-6290, botanicalcenter.com. Free.

HearHU.org. Eagles.Wind @gmail.com. Free.

SINGLES Singles Again Visitors’ Night. Join single friends for good food and conversation. 6:30 p.m., Chef’s Kitchen, 1903 Beaver Ave. 277-9986, chefskitchentogo.com.

wed16 FUNDRAISERS Salon taking donations for Shelter. Every year Salon TEC collects items to be donated to the Children and Families of Iowa Domestic Violence Shelter. This year we will focus on towels, bedding, purses and toiletries. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Salon TEC, 1234 Grand Ave., West Des Moines. 360-5111, salontecdsm.com. hairsalontec@gmail.com.

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SPORTS Women’s Basketball: Oklahoma at Iowa State. 7 p.m., Hilton Coliseum, 1700 Lincoln Way, Ames. 515-294-1816 or 888-478-2925, cyclones.com. $10-$12. Children 1 year and under do not require a ticket. Ticketmaster.

MUSIC HU Chant: A Love Song to God. Room C, Second Floor. 6 p.m., West Des Moines Public Library, 4000 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines. 710-9782,

Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 6:30 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover. Down Under Bar & Grill, 8350 Hickman Road, Clive. Wednesday Night Karaoke. 7 p.m.midnight, 278-6718, greatestbar.com. No cover.

MUSIC Ben Wantland. 8 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No

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Scott Smith. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Gino’s West Glen, 5513 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 226-2320 , ginosfoods.com. Fay Songayilo, piano. Concert in sanctuary, lunch at 12:30 p.m. in Weertz Hall. 12:05 p.m., St. John’s Lutheran Church, 600 Sixth Ave. 243-7691, stjohnsdsm.org. Concert free and open to the public. Lunch $6 per person. Crooked Mile. 9 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 447-0607, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com. Bob Pace Band. 7-1 p.m., Zimm’s Food and Spirits, 3124 Ingersoll Ave. 277-9929, bobpaceband.com. No cover. Spam. 7:30-11:30 p.m., Sam’s Bar & Grill, 3160 Eighth St. S.W., Suite P, Altoona. 957-9790. No

SPORTS & REC Basketball: Santa Cruz Warriors at Iowa Energy. NBA D-League game. 7 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000, iowanba.com. Sidelines $20, Corners $12, Endzones $8. Dahls Tickets. Men’s Basketball: Evansville at Drake. 7:05 p.m., Knapp Center, Drake University, 2525 Forest Ave. , drake.edu. $6-$25. Men’s Basketball: West Virginia at Iowa State. 8 p.m., Hilton Coliseum, 1700 Lincoln Way, Ames. 515-294-1816 or 888-478-2925, cyclones.com. $15-$35. Children 1 year and under do not require a ticket. Ticketmaster. Behind the Scenes. Join staff each month for an interactive,

behind-the-scenes look at Reiman Gardens. Each month you will learn interesting facts, and see many things not typically open to the public. 10 a.m., Reiman Gardens, 1407 University Blvd. Ames. 515-294-2710, reimangardens.com. Register online or by calling. reimangardens@iastate.edu. CoHorts’ members and ISU students free, general public $10.

thu17 FOOD/BOOZE We’re Goin’ Skinny Sippin’. Sheree Clark will cover how easy it is to prepare beverages in a blender that can help you lose weight in a healthy way. Food samples included. 6:30-7:30 p.m., Yost Family Chiropractic, 3993 100th St. Urbandale. 249-2992, meetup.com/RawFoodDSM. For more information and to register, visit website, email or call. info@forkroad.com. $5.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover.

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Fat Tony’s, 1500 S.E. First St. Party! Party! – The Ultimate Karaoke Band. 9:30 p.m., 2883088, Facebook.com/partypartykaraokeband. No cover.

LITERARY Author Patricia Prijatel. The West Des Moines Public Library’s next author event will feature Patricia Prijatel who wrote the book “Surviving Triple Negative Breast Cancer.” 7 p.m., West Des Moines Public Library, 4000 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines. 222-3400, wdmlibrary.org.

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m-shop.com. Advance: $10, $5 with ISU Student ID. $2 increase day of show. MidwesTIX.

NETWORKING W.D.M. American Business Women’s Association Lunch. Networking, personal and professional development. Join us for a session on creating your ABWA experience. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Embassy Club West in the Village of Ponderosa, 520 Market St. West Des Moines. 4224498, bit.ly/UqzIEK. RSVP by Jan. 15 at noon. jen@patinaesprit.com. $23 advance, payable through Dwolla; $25 after Jan 15. Cash or check at the door.

fri18 FILMS Out Of Africa. Box Office opens one hour prior to show time. 7 p.m., Orpheum Theater Center, Iowa Valley Community College District, 220 E. Main St., Marshalltown. 641-844-5907, ivotc.com. $4.

FUNDRAISERS Guns N Hoses Hockey Tournament. Fundraiser for Make A Wish. teams that will compete include the following: Des Moines Metro Police, Des Moines Metro Fire, Quad Cities Police/Fire, Omaha Police/Fire, St. Louis County Police, St. Louis Fire/EMS, Chicago Fire, Nashville Fire. Buccaneer Arena, 7201 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 250-7583, bucshockey.com. mrhockey22@hotmail.com. Tickets are $5 per day to attend and are available at the door.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1:30 a.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover.

Fred Gazzo Band. 7-10 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, samandgabes.com.

Okoboji Grill, 2010 S.E. Delaware Ave., Ankeny. “The Voice Box” Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 964-9443, the-voice-box.com. No cover.

Julian Lage. 8 p.m., The Maintenance Shop, Iowa State Memorial Union, 2229 Lincoln Way, Room 7, Ames. 515-294-2772,

The Zoo, 102 W. Ashland Ave., Indianola. Party! Party! – The Ultimate Karaoke Band. 9:30

p.m., 961-8731, facebook.com/ partypartykaraokeband. No cover.

LITERARY Book Signing-Rekha Basu. Rekha Basu will be discussing her new book, Finding HER Voice, a collection of her columns from the Des Moines Register. 7 p.m., Mars Cafe, 2318 University Ave. 369-6277, marscafe.net.

MUSIC Larry Berenguel. With guest guitarist Ras Badjao. 8 p.m., Gino’s West Glen, 5513 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 491-8048, larryberenguel.com. larry@larryberenguel.com. No cover. Lance Harrison. 9 p.m.-midnight, The Thirsty Sportsman, 4808 S.W. Ninth St. 953-0377. No cover. Candy Makers. 9 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 447-0607, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com. $5. Work Release featuring the Bob Pace Band. Free food. 4:30-7:30 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 280-3778, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com. $4. Snowmine with The Olympics. 9 p.m., The Maintenance Shop, Iowa State Memorial Union, 2229 Lincoln Way, Room 7, Ames. (515) 294-2772, mshop.com. Advance: $8, $6 with ISU Student ID. $2 increase day of show. MidwesTIX. John Krantz with Brooke Peters. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, johnkrantzmusic.com. No cover. GANZA666. With The Poison Control Center, Mantis Pincers, Derek Lambert & the Prairie, Fires, Wolves In The Attic. 8 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaudevillemews.com. $7. Haywire. Friday Night Wine Down. Buy a bottle of wine or a specialty beer or two or donate to the band fund and enjoy.

Meal for purchase by B Fabulous BBQ of Huxley from 6:30-8 p.m. 7-10 p.m., White Oak Vineyards, 15065 N.E. White Oak Drive, Cambridge. 367-7777, whiteoakvineyards.com. whiteoakvineyards@huxcomm.net. Backstage Boogie Band. 9 p.m., Kenny’s Pub, 605 Ashworth Drive, Waukee. 987-0161. No cover.

SPECIAL EVENTS Iowa State University Madrigal Dinners. You are cordially invited to discover the ancient traditions of Merrie Olde England. Join the Iowa State Singers, Musica Antiqua, The Music Men, and Orchesis II and raise the wassail cup to welcome the New Year. 5:30 p.m., Great Hall, Iowa State Memorial Union, Iowa State University, 2229 Lincoln Way, Ames. , music.iastate.edu/events/MadrigalDinners. rcompton@iastate.edu. $40. MidwesTIX.

sat19 FOOD/BOOZE Indulge: A Wine, Cheese and Chocolate Affair. Indulge yourself in this opportunity to enjoy fabulous wines from around the world and pair each with artisan cheeses and chocolates. Browse the galleries as you enjoy live music. 6-9 p.m., West End Architectural Salvage, 22 S.W. Ninth St. , https://tikly.co/-/1005. Reservations suggested. $30 advance online, $40 at the door if any tickets remain. Chili Cook-Off. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Summerset Winery, 15101 Fairfax St., Indianola. 961-3545, summersetwine.com. $5 for entry to all three wineries. Entry may be purchased at any of the wineries on the day of the event.

FUNDRAISERS Salon taking donations for Shelter. Every year Salon TEC collects items to be donated to the Children and Families of Iowa Domestic Violence Shelter. This year we will focus on towels, bedding, purses and toiletries. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Salon TEC,

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Scott Smith. 7-10 p.m., Gino’s West Glen, 5513 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 100, West Des Moines. 226-2320 , ginosfoods.com.

Ten spinning vinyl throughout the night. 9 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaudevillemews.com. $5 at the door.

words and meaning. Pioneer Room, Iowa State Memorial Union, Iowa State University, 2229 Lincoln Way, Third Floor, Ames. 515-296-6848.

Pat Harbison. Jazz trumpeter Pat Harbison returns to Des Moines uniting with saxophonist Damani Phillips in presenting what promises to be an exciting evening of Jazz in the hard bop tradition. 7:30 p.m., Patty & Fred Turner Jazz Center, Harmon Fine Arts Center, Drake University, 2505 Carpenter Ave. 669-6330, synergyjazz.org. synergyjazz@hotmail.com. General admission $15, $7 students, Drake student rush FREE. Seating limited to 130. MidwesTIX.

The Comfort Zone Band. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Gill Ty’s, 918 E. Euclid Ave. 266-1491. No cover.

Rachel Mary Wright: Light in the Dark. Fifteen paintings from her latest series of works are on display, described by Wright as intensely personal. Gallery, Iowa State Memorial Union, Iowa State University, 2229 Lincoln Way, Third Floor, Ames. 515-296-6848.

Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1:30 a.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. No cover.

The Continental Jazz Trio. 9 p.m.-midnight, The Continental, 428 E. Locust St. 244-5845, continental-lounge.com. No cover.

Doc’s Lounge, 8805 Chambery Blvd., Johnston. 9 p.m.-2 a.m., 278-7090, docsinjohnston.com. docsloungejohnston@hotmail.com. No cover.

The Brian Holtz Band. 9 p.m., The Thirsty Sportsman, 4808 S.W. Ninth St. 953-0377, brianholtzband.com.

LITERARY Author Stacy Green. Author Stacy Green will sign and read from her book “Into the Dark.” noon, Beaverdale Books, 2629 Beaver Ave., Suite 1. 279-5400, beaverdalebooks.com.

MUSIC B. John Burns. 6:30 p.m., Grounds For Celebration, 2709 Beaver Ave. 255-4863, bjohnburns.com. No cover. Tim Stop. 9 p.m., Gramercy Tap, 400 Walnut St., Suite 101. 288-9606, https://facebook.com/ GramercyTap. No cover. Chad Elliott. 7 p.m., The GrapeVine, 2175 N.W. 86th St., Suite 4, Clive. 277-1657 RSVP necessary; email. afinetime4wine@aol.com. rock island rollers. 9 p.m., Star Bar, 2811 Ingersoll Ave. 2440790, starbardsm.com. No cover. Mark Mallman with the Melismatics. 9 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 447-0607, gaslampdsm.com. gaslamp1501@yahoo.com. $5.

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Everything Must Die. With Thee Annunaki, Hours of Decay, Junkie Nun. 5-9 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, thehouseofbricks.com. $5-$7. Ticketfly. Boats. With H.D. Harmsen, Lesbian Poetry, Doctor Dentist. 5:30 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaudevillemews.com. $5. Sister Sara. 9 p.m., Sudsuckers, 1511 E. Army Post Road. 2569715. No cover. Susan Werner. Iowa born, Susan Werner, is a genre-busting singer/songwriter traversing pop, folk, blues, country, roots, jazz and gospel with grace and wit. 7:30 p.m., Temple for the Performing Arts, 1011 Locust St. 288-4700, civiccenter.org. $180 for a season ticket package. Tickets to individual shows are not expected to be available. Ticketmaster. Backstage Boogie Band. 9 p.m., Daytona’s All Sports Cafe, 4875 Merle Hay Road. 331-0996. No cover. Savage Saturday Night. Sioux City Pete & The Beggars, Trouble Lights, Land of Blood & Sunshine, Slut River, plus DJ Eight

Glengarry Bhoys. A Canadian Highland Scots and French Canadian musical power band. 8 p.m., Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 2926 Beaver Ave. 2553162. $25 Advance; $30 Door. Red Truck Tickets.

CLASSICAL Carnival of the Animals. Discover this fantastical work by composer Camille Saint-Saëns. Let Octave and Mandoline guide you through this magical universe, where lions, kangaroos, turtles and other animals come to life through the use of small and large marionettes, each more surprising than the other. 1 p.m., Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St. 246-2300, civiccenter.org. Tickets will not go on sale until fall. Ticketmaster.

Ongoing ART Richard Masters Art Exhibit. The drawings of Richard Masters will be exhibited. A reception for Masters will be held between 5-6 p.m. Feb. 7 in Farnham Galleries. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Farnham Art Gallery, Mary Berry Hall, Simpson College, 504 N. C St., Third Floor, Indianola. 961-1608, simpson.edu/art.gallery. Leslie Hewitt’s “Untitled (Structures).” In the Anna K. Meredith Gallery. Des Moines Art Center, 4700 Grand Ave. 277-4405, desmoinesartcenter.org. Open Book Series: Kathy Svec Assemblages. Svec’s pieces begin with words — insightful phrases she comes across as she reads. The words are showcased in small handbound books that are set into shadow-box collages that illustrate and amplify the

Sourced. This exhibition features prints and works on paper by a diverse group of contemporary artists who have embraced photography in the creation of their work. The show is accompanied by a fully illustrated exhibition guide. Steven Vail Fine Arts-Project Room, 500 E. Locust St., Second Floor. 309-2763, stevenvail.com. bcochran@stevenvailfinearts.com. Free to the public.

anolaiowa.gov. parkrec@cityofindianola.com. Free.

NETWORKING Toastmasters Meeting. Develop public speaking and leadership skills with confidence and poise. Guests are always welcome. 7 p.m., Dahl’s Foods, 1802 N. Ankeny Blvd., Ankeny. 402-7596, ankenytoastmasters.com . jdcandckc@mchsi.com. Free.

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 homecooked 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. Taco Tuesday. $1.75 tilapia and puerco pibil tacos. Also $4 margaritas all day. The Continental, 428 E. Locust St. 2445845, continental-lounge.com. TO OUR READERS: For complete event listings, go to http://events.dmjuice.com. 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.

Iowa and the Civil War: Nothing But Victory. This exhibition features more than 300 authentic artifacts and documents that tell the stories of Iowa and those who served during America’s bloodiest conflict. State Historical Building, 600 E. Locust St. 281-5111, iowahistory.org. Free. Iowa Artists 2012: Print. An exhibition of recent printbased work by artists living and working in Iowa. The exhibition will be on view in the Print Gallery and Blank One Gallery. Des Moines Art Center, 4700 Grand Ave. 277-4405, desmoinesartcenter.org.

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

DANCE Line Dancing. Both men and women enjoy moving to music, and the steps are easy to learn. New dancers always welcome to join this group that performs at care centers, ball games and more. 9 a.m., Indianola Activity Center, 2204 W. Second Ave., Indianola. 961-9420, indi-

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