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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ON THE COVER

INDEX 12 ABOUT THE NEW JUICE 30 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 34 STYLE 38 MUSIC 42 FOOD 46 BARS

A few bright ideas for Des Moines’ future. Turn to Page 20 to read more. Photo by Zach Boyden-Holmes, design by Amanda Holladay. ZACH BOYDENHOLMES/ JUICE PHOTOS

THE REGULARS 8 BUZZ 40 MUSIC NEWS AND NOTES 41 TOP SHOWS 52 THE LIST 61 THE AGENDA

Volume 8, No 26 Copyright 2013 Juice is published weekly by The Des Moines Register and Tribune Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Gannett Co. Inc

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Sheryl Underwood SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT Sheryl has won a number of high profile comedy competitions including Johnny Walker Red, Funniest Woman at the Improv, and the Old English Comedy Crunch. Her bio includes: BET’s “ComicView”, BET’s “Holla”, HBO’s “All-Star Def Comedy Jam”, Showtime’s “Full Frontal Comedy”, NBC’s “Motown Live”, HBO’s “Politically Incorrect”, Jamie Foxx’s “Laffapalooza”, “Comedy Central Presents”.

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Digital exclusive What does it look like when music inspires art? See artist Kyle Lawler paint while listening to “First of the Year Equinox” by Skrillex and “Lights — Remix” by Bassnectar. Read more on Page 30.

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Sarah Day Owen Editor 515-284-8227 sarahdayowen@dmJuice.com On Twitter: @SarahDayOwen

“Coffee delivery service.”

Zach Boyden-Holmes

Annie Preston

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Scott Morgan

Writer

Photo Editor 515-988-2640 zach@dmJuice.com

“Doing an internship in college.”

Style writer

“Still waiting on the copyright.”

“Pressing mini Snickers onto kosher salt.”

Joe Stych

Michael Watson

Liz Lidgett

Writer

Photographer

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“Naming my firstborn North.”

“Chocolate ice cream on top of a warm glazed doughnut.”

“Taking a leap of faith and starting my business.”

“Going to journalism school.”

Amanda Holladay

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“Inflatable middle finger for road rage convenience.”

“To stop chemically straightening my hair. Long live the ‘fro!”

Joe Lawler

Kimberly Isburg

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“Abandoning my rap career.”

“I’m hoping my ‘best idea’ hasn’t come to me yet.”

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BUZZ

We’re talking about ... 1. Macklemore: From thrift shops to The Well Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have seen huge leaps in popularity over the last year, especially for independent artists. In December they played 7 Flags Event Center in Clive. On Oct. 30, they’ll return to town to play Wells Fargo Arena, the state’s largest venue. Their 2012 album, “The Heist,” has sold more than half a million copies. “Thrift Shop” became only the second song in Billboard’s history from an unsigned artist to hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart. It also marks a rare appearance by a hip-hop act at Wells Fargo Arena. The Black Eyed Peas played there in 2010. Macklemore also played Des Moines in 2010, at the 230 capacity Vaudeville Mews. Talib Kweli and Big K.R.I.T. open. Tickets are $34.50-$45 and go on sale Friday through dahlstickets.com.

2. Microsoft to expand its West Des Moines data center

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The quiz! HOW MUCH HAVE YOU REALLY BEEN PAYING ATTENTION? 1. What company, which makes Twinkies, Ho Hos and Ding Dongs, announced its products would return to stores on July 15? a. Little Debbie b. Hostess

c. Freshley’s d. Tastycake

2. Sopranos actor James Gandolfini died last week at the age of 51. Which of these films did he not appear in? a. “True Romance” b. “12 Angry Men”

3. Kum & Go founder Bill Krause passed away last week. What song was played at his funeral?

Tech giant Microsoft will expand its data center in West Des Moines, bringing its total investment in the city to nearly $900 million. The project will support products like Xbox Live and Office 365, as well as Microsoft’s cloud services. West Des Moines city leaders said the investment is the city’s largest, topping Wells Fargo’s $250 million headquarters and $100 million expansion, the $200 million Jordan Creek mall and AvivaUSA’s $125 million headquarters.

a. “Ave Maria” b. “Iowa Fight Song”

c. The Kum & Go theme song d. “Danny Boy”

4. Last week delegates with the American Medical Association voted to make what a disease? a. Obesity b. Insomnia

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c. Alcoholism d. Never-nudeness

5. Forty-six people from 26 states applied for what open job in Ankeny?

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3. Locally Grown Clothing opens temporary shop

Locally Grown Clothing Co., a Des Moines apparel and accessories business that sells T-shirts and other clothing made in the United States, has opened a temporary shop at 847 42nd St. in the Shops at Roosevelt retail center. The shop is located between Bella Salon and LaMie Bakery and will operate through August. Owner Fred Scott began selling shirts and accessories three years ago at the Downtown Farmers Market. Locally Grown items are sold at Gateway Market, Campbell’s Nutrition and stores in 44 states. The store is open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Go to locallygrownclothing.com. 8 Wednesday, June 26, 2013

c. “Zero Dark Thirty” d. “K-19: The Widowmaker”

a. Top taster at Topped Donuts b. City manager

c. Wal-Mart cashier d. Ankeny’s top model

SCORECARD Answers: b,d,b,a,b 5 correct: Way to go! You are an informed, productive member of society.

1-2: Less Facebook, more DesMoinesRegister.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.


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BEST BETS DES MOINES ARTS FESTIVAL

ARTQUAKE

Friday-Sunday: Check out some of the country’s best visual, performing and interactive arts at the Des Moines Arts Festival in Western Gateway Park. In addition to the art, there’s live music, short films at the Interrobang Film Festival, food, drinks and more. Free. Go to desmoinesartsfestival.org.

Thursday: The Des Moines Social Club presents Artquake, a party fusing the local art and music scenes, from 6 to 10 p.m. in the courtyard of its new firehouse home, 900 Mulberry St. The event includes art by Van Holmgren, Asphate Woodhavet, Body by Svec and others, along with music by Dickweed, Tires and Satellite State. $5. Go to desmoinessocialclub.org.

ARTFEST MIDWEST: THE OTHER ART SHOW Saturday-Sunday: See the works of more than 200 artists from Iowa and elsewhere at ArtFest Midwest: The Other Art Show, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday in the Varied Industries Building at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. University Ave. Free shuttles will run back and forth to the Des Moines Arts Festival on Saturday and Sunday, letting you easily take in both shows. Free. Go to artfestmidwest.com.

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JUICE LAUNCH PARTY Wednesday: Come by our party celebrating the new dmJuice.com and updated Juice look at 5 p.m. at Mickey’s Irish Pub, 206 Third St. Listen to DJ Tone Zone spin vinyl until 9 p.m. and grab a $3 Juice-themed drink — the orange peeler. The first 300 guests will get a Juice pint glass and $1 off draws in the Court Avenue District. Share your tweets and Instagram photos from the event with #JuiceLaunch.

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IOWA BARNSTORMERS Saturday: The Iowa Barnstormers take on the San Antonio Talons at 7:05 p.m. at Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. It’s a high-speed, high-scoring game with a celebrity football auction to benefit the Team Kelsey Foundation. $12-$80 through dahlstickets.com.


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COMMENTARY

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this page. Also at dmJuice.com, you’ll find music writer Joe Lawler’s updates from the music scene, an easy way to search for the latest information on young professional groups and see our past Young Professional of the Year Award winners. » A sleeker magazine. As you flip through the pages, you’ll see an updated design in our print product. We still want to give you something to read all at once each week. We’ve updated our look for a cleaner, more contemporary feel and added a few new features we think you’ll enjoy. » A more intuitive experience. One thing you may notice is that this issue doesn’t contain any mention of Metromix. We’ll have all of our content at the new dmJuice.com, where you can easily find it. You’ve told us that you prefer the local brand of Juice to Metromix, and desmoines.metromix.com goes dark Wednesday. To make sure we were on the right track, we enlisted a group of YPs to give feedback on the site before it went live. It’s all part of our mission for a better quality of life in central Iowa. We hope that with these updates, you’ll be able to connect and engage with the great things happening in our community. We’re excited to share this next chapter of Juice’s evolution with you. Please tell us what you think of the updates, and how we can continue to improve the way we serve you, the readers. Contact editor Sarah Day Owen at sarahdayowen@ dmJuice.com, 515-284-8227, or on Twitter @SarahDayOwen.

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Juice’s evolution.’

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May 23-June 8, 2014

ince Juice launched in summer of 2005, its mission has been to help you get the most out of your free time, from networking to nightlife, to finding places to eat and drink, to highlighting new styles and new music. And it’s time for an update. Starting today, we’re going to give you the essentials on what’s going on in Des Moines, in more ways and exactly when you want it. You’re holding one part of the all-new Juice. You’ll find the other by going to dmJuice.com. A few highlights of our print and digital update: » Fresh and relevant content. We’re going to provide you with more information as we hear it, and give relevant content at times you’re looking for it. Whether its an early morning Sarah Day rundown of the day’s events, Owen lunch and happy hour ideas, or a new thing everyone’s talking about, you’ll find it at dmJuice.com. It’s not just the early version of what’s in the next week’s Juice. You told us you want more than that. You’ll be able to check back to dmJuice.com at different times of the day and find relevant local content that YPs want and need. » A site for any time. Likely, your smartphone doesn’t leave your hand most of the day. It’s easy to catch up on what’s going on by checking in on your way to grab coffee or lunch. No judgment — maybe you even sleep with your phone. We know that four out of five adults 25-34 have a smartphone. So we’ve built an all-new site that works on your smartphone, but also on other devices you may use. » A hub for young professionals. Find items of interest in our pilot group of new featured reader blogs. You’ll be able to see the latest posts from community blogs on style, movies and what’s going on in Des Moines. See some of the latest at the bottom of

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My style: Lace pants For: How to wear it The blog: The Brunnette One

The guest For: Six ideas on what to wear for a wedding The blog: A Sequin Dress at Breakfast

Flashback: A blast to the past

‘Octopussy’ (1983) — John Glen

For: A new retro store in Valley Junction

For: Review of a Roger Moore James Bond movie

The blog: Des Moines is Not Boring

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Stop out to Sign Up for a Patio Party with all your friends! Patrons enjoy a stroll through the Des Moines Arts Festival last year in downtown Des Moines. JUICE FILE PHOTO

Matching up the arts Des Moines Arts Festival vs. Sound of Music Festival in Burlington, Ontario. Here’s how they compare:

Sound of Music Festival

Des Moines Arts Festival

Gold

PLACE IN THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS AND EVENTS ASSOCIATION PINNACLE AWARDS

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NUMBER OF ARTISTS

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100,000

ESTIMATED ATTENDANCE

200,000

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SIZE OF EACH CITY’S POPULATION

Des Moines: 203,433

Wanna Be! Spice Girls tribute

ODDBALL ACT

Roberto the Magnificent (juggling unicyclist)

1979

FIRST HELD

1958 (as Art in the Park) 1997 (as Des Moines Arts Festival)

54-40, Lights, Big Wreck

MUSICAL HEADLINERS

Los Lobos, Aaron Neville

$6 million

ECONOMIC IMPACT

$2.3 million

Parade, carnival, music education

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Interrobang Film Festival, Canvas & Corks, Green Arts Environmental Program

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TALKER

What about food trucks? JOE LAWLER joe@dmJuice.com

or our Big Idea issue, we asked readers for their ideas. More food trucks/food carts was a common answer. Food trucks have become a popular feature in many cities, but are lacking in Des Moines. Many people want them, so why doesn’t Des Moines have them? A large part of that is because of the city’s regulations on food trucks and carts. Trucks are required to use the same location every day, and operators must provide a restroom within 500 feet for workers and customers. And forget about the lucrative bar rush — food trucks are not allowed to operate downtown between 1:30 and 5:30 a.m. So the money-making bar rush period is off the table. Gusto Pizza Co. has a trailer it uses for events and catering, but Gusto coowner Joe McConville said he would like to be doing more with it. “Our idea was to serve pizza from it after bars close, but the city was not very conducive to that business plan,”

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dmJuice.com POLL: Would you like to see food trucks in Des Moines? McConville said. “You have to schedule stuff, which is why we do a lot of festivals, but it would be fun to use social media to tweet “Find us tonight at West Glen or Court Avenue.’ Unfortunately, that platform isn’t not really available in Des Moines.” But it could be. In July city staff, including assistant city manager Matthew Anderson, are meeting to revisit the issue. “We are going to revisit the issue and talk about how they can or cannot work within the current city ordinance,” Anderson said. “The current ordinance on food trucks could maybe be seen as a little reactionary. They’re a trend in cities our size and bigger, and food trucks do add some vibrancy to areas. “Des Moines is probably a bit

Time to stop renting?

Patrons line up outside the Taco Loco food truck at the corner of Fifth and Walnut streets Friday during the Welcome Back to Walnut Street event. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

behind the curve on that.” Anderson said some of the concern is due to the fact that food trucks have a lower cost to start up, and brick and mortar restaurants worry about trucks and carts negatively impacting their businesses.

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BE BETTER AT EVERYTHING

How to buy art on a budget LIZ LIDGETT Special to Juice

eginning an art collection can be both intimidating and expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. The Des Moines Arts Festival is Friday through Sunday in downtown’s Western Gateway Park, and it’s the perfect opportunity to start shopping. My clients have a range of budgets and backgrounds and many come with me to the arts festival to add to their collections. You may not have an art adviser walking next to you this weekend, but here are five tips that will help you along the way as you shop.

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1. Start with a budget: It’s important to know your limit before an art buying trip. There are at least 40 artists at the festival this weekend who have artwork on sale for less than $200. It is OK to negotiate on price, but be respectful. These artists make their living through these sales. Asking for a 5 to 10 percent

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discount is reasonable, especially when buying multiple pieces. 2. Research: Having a list of artists’ booths you would like to visit will help you avoid feeling overwhelmed by the process. The festival has a website listing all the presenting artists. Look at the list and the types of works each artist creates. If you connect with any, add them to the list of artists you would like to see in person. Also, be sure to check out the Emerging Iowa Artists section. It features young professional artists and often their works cost less than those of established artists. 3. Talk with the artists: The festival is an exciting time for art lovers to meet and connect with artists. Artists usually sit in their booths most of the weekend and you can ask them in-depth questions about their process and technique. Learning more about the artists and their work can help you create a deeper relationship with the work you put in your home.

4. Know where you will put the work of art when you take it home: If it is a painting or drawing, make sure you have the right wall space to hang it. If it is a sculpture, can you place it on a coffee table or the floor, or does it need a pedestal? If you have other artwork near this location, how will this piece interact with the others? 5. Enjoy it: One of my favorite quotes is from the artist Robert Motherwell: “Art is much less important that life, but what a poor life without it.” Art is not a necessity, but it can provide inspiration and help you learn more about yourself and expand your perspective. Take steps to buy art that is cohesive with the other works you own and you will create a more meaningful collection. Liz Lidgett is an art adviser and director of Liz Lidgett Fine Art. She’s also president this year of Art Noir, the Des Moines Art Center’s young professionals organization.

Liz Lidgett talks with artist Arielle Neher. ZACH BOYDEN- HOLMES/JUICE

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YOGA TO LIVE MUSIC June 28

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6:00 7:00 PM Yoga to Live Music

Music until 11:00 PM Stay & Enjoy the Music

Join Us! All ages are welcome to the center for outdoor yoga to live music. Get your work out in and stay for a happy house drink or fruit smoothie from Caribou Coffee. All ages welcome.

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READERS

On the street

READERS’ DIGEST

Speaking of great ideas, what is the best invention of all time?

The most-read items on dmJuice.com last week:

Five beers to try at the Craft Brew Festival: Iowa-made beers to sample at past Saturday’s event

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Get to know Sheryl Tessier, 31: A profile on a young professional and blogger.

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At home with Katie Renshaw: Inside her stylish Sherman Hill apartment.

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“Antibiotics.” Anne Schauwecker, 23, Des Moines

“The time machine will be.” Kramer McLuckie, 23, Des Moines

“The telephone.” Abby Holicky, 24, Des Moines

“The Internet.” Simoen Christ, 24, Des Moines

“Beer!” Mark Krueger, 34, Des Moines

“Queso cheese.” Kayla Wheeler, 25, West Des Moines

“The ATM.” Conner Fast, 30, Des Moines

“Twist off beer bottle caps.” Jason Mbd, 33, West Des Moines

“Electricity.” Hayley Cameron, 25, Des Moines

“Birth control.” Jessica McQuiston, 27, Des Moines

“Deodorant.” Alex Sanchez, 21, Des Moines

“The airplane.” Lynae Endik, 25, Des Moines

— Joshua Boyer, Special to Juice

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Justin Mandelbaum, 33, is looking to create an artists’ studio near Gray’s Lake Park. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

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Justin Mandelbaum, 33

FOR OUR JUICE AND DMJUICE.COM RELAUNCH ISSUE WE’RE HIGHLIGHTING BIG IDEAS AIMED AT MAKING DES MOINES A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY. — JOE LAWLER

he Des Moines Art Center, the Des Moines Arts Festival, the Pappajohn Sculpture Park. Des Moines has some world-class art institutions. Justin Mandelbaum, 33, is looking to create an artists’ studio, called DesMoinesArts, on the same level. Mandelbaum isn’t an artist, but he has done this before. The real estate developer got the idea after having difficulty filling an empty industrial property in Lowell, Mass., outside Boston. Instead of sitting on the property, he helped turn it into a space for 250 artists. Now Mandelbaum wants to do something similar in Des Moines. “As I look at cities all across the country, a common trend is that artists make an area or building cool, then they’re eventually pushed out,” Mandelbaum said. “Artists move to a place because it’s cheap, but before long they get priced out of the market.” Mandelbaum has targeted a warehouse space south of downtown near Confluence Brewing. It would have space for around 150 artists, with studio space starting around $150 a month. “By doing this as a nonprofit, artists know this will be permanent and it gives the community a sense of sustainability,” Mandelbaum said. “The goal of this is permanence.” But that’s not the only goal. Again, artists make an area exciting and prompt people to flock to where they are. Mandelbaum wants to attract more YPs to Des Moines, and interesting events can help do that. Having 150 artists in one space lends itself to open houses, community outreach events and

The idea: Affordable space for artists at a warehouse south of downtown, which would create a better culture for Des Moines.

other activities. Mandelbaum wants the studio to be one of the largest in the country and a model for other communities. “The project invites local artists to cross paths with other artists and art supporters in a concentrated location,” said Rachel Buse, 27, a sculptor and site manager for the art blog artbeacon desmoines.com. “Having so many makers working next to each other under one roof will increase access to shared skills and resources. Spontaneous collaborations between artists are inevitable. Open studio nights will quench the curiosity of the community, exposing what artists are making in these studios. A lot of talent and beautiful things will have the opportunity to be seen and discovered.” Mandelbaum wants the studio do for local artists what the Des Moines Social Club does for performing arts. “I see the two organizations both as local arts incubators, being two pillars of the local art community,” Mandelbaum said. “Des Moines already has the Social Club, so adding DesMoinesArts could really put us on the map of cities known for supporting development of local artists.”

“The goal of this is permanence.” JUSTIN MANDELBAUM, 33 developer

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Idea: A new entertainment complex Ryan Lebo, 36 yan Lebo doesn’t just want to open a new music venue. He wants to change the way the entire concert industry works. His idea is StereoType Des Moines, an entertainment complex with six music venues ranging in capacity from 200 to 10,000. He doesn’t want any show to cost more than $20, and he wants to pay touring bands record amounts to play here. He would do that by recording and filming every show (with the bands’ permission). The recordings would be sold to fans around the world, with the bands getting a healthy cut and StereoType using the digital income to subsidize ticket costs. Low ticket prices mean large crowds, which energize bands for better performances. “Money talks; that’s what it comes down to,� Lebo, 36, said. “Some artist make 8 cents on the dollar for iTunes sales. They make all their money from touring. We want to get them here by paying more than anyone in the industry can. A good concert recording could generate millions over a few decades.� Lebo has been working on his plans for more than five years, and in that time touring has become a larger and larger portion of musicians’ income. If the idea pays off for musicians, more acts could be eager to stop in central Iowa. Chad Wiley, 31, is a concert promoter for Metro Concerts Live. As a music fan he hopes that a venue like StereoType could bring larger acts and festivals to Des Moines. But he’s also excited as a promoter. “Having a facility like this could help us bring in in the bigger acts that the agents we’re already working with have on their roster,� Wiley said. “It could help a lot of people by opening the city up to better musical opportunities.� Lebo’s partner, Pat Williams, 37, regularly tours as a sound engineer for artists like The Black Eyed Peas and The Jonas Brothers. He would work to make

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The idea: An entertainment complex with six music venues ranging in capacity from 200 to 10,000 where touring bands would perform.

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StereoType the best sounding place to play in the country. So what’s holding up the plan? A location, for one. Lebo and his partners are considering places in Altoona. The city of Altoona issued a letter of support in December, 2011. “With our position as an entertainment destination, with locations like Prairie Meadows, Adventureland and Bass Pro Shops, we thought StereoType would fit in with that,� Altoona City Council member Kyle Mertz, 30, said. “Field of Dreams� has forever tied the phrase “If you build it, they will come� to Iowa. Lebo wants to ensure the arrival of big acts by building it and paying them a lot of money to come. “We want to raise the bar for the benefit of Iowa and do something no one else has done,� Lebo said.


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Idea: Expand the literary scene Nate Brown, 24, and Jay Kozel, 26 es Moines is showing a lot of support for visual arts and music. Could there be similar support for the literary arts? Nate Brown, 24, and Jay Kozel, 26, founders of the new literary magazine “Spoilage,” are hoping so. The friends wrote in college (Brown at the University of St. Thomas, Kozel at Earlham College), but found their writing tapered off once they were out in the real world. Last fall Kozel listened to NPR’s Three-Minute Fiction challenge on “All Things Considered” and he and Brown started working on their own pieces. “Over the course of talking about it, we asked ourselves ‘What if there was a localized vessel for this kind of creative writing,” Kozel said. “We kept generating ideas and talked about it enough that we figured we might as well do it.” The first edition of “Spoilage” came out in April. It featured works by 11 authors, poets and artists, all with Iowa ties. “Spoilage” is planned as a quarterly publication, and Brown and Kozel recently raised more than $5,000 via Kickstarter to fund the second volume, which is due out in July. Kozel and Brown aren’t looking to make money with “Spoilage.” They are going to print more copies and mail them to subscribers and contributors. For the first “Spoilage,” the friends relied on money provided by businesses like Gateway Market, Raygun, Beaverdale Books and others. For the third volume they plan a tiered reward system for donors, similar to Kickstarter, but without deadlines (or Kickstarter fees). Raygun owner Mike Draper said he contributed money to “Spoilage” because of his past as an avid fiction writer, amassing a large pile of rejection letters from literary magazines. Draper joked that he’s happy to be a part of new writers getting similar rejections. “I think they could really help to localize literature in Des Moines,” Draper said. “With

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Jay Kozel, 26, and Nate Brown, 24, are the founders of the new literary magazine “Spoilage.” ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

other publications like ‘Midwest Gothic’ in Ann Arbor, there is a focus on place in writing. It would be neat to see that start to materialize in Des Moines.” They’re also not looking to get into events beyond “Spoilage” release parties and readings. They don’t want to step on the toes of things like the Des Moines Public Library’s AViD Author Series. Kozel said “Spoilage” would love to work with other groups and organizations, but it has its own goals. “AViD is bringing established authors to Des Moines; we’re more about trying to establish authors in Des Moines,” Kozel said. “But any kind of symbiotic relationships we can achieve would be awesome.”

“I think they could really help to localize literature in Des Moines.” MIKE DRAPER “Spoilage” supporter

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Idea: Bring the Olympic Track and Field Trials to Des Moines Andy Ireland, 28, and Katie Martin, 25 ver the years, Eugene, Ore., has earned the nickname Track Town USA. It’s where Nike was founded and the University of Orgeon’s Hayward Field hosted the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2008, 2012 and will host them again in 2016. Des Moines is hoping to end that streak in 2020 by becoming Track Central USA, and landing the Olympic Track and Field Trials at Drake Stadium. The race to the Olympic Trials isn’t a sprint, but a marathon. The first leg of that run started

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Andy Ireland, 28, and Katie Martin, 25, YP ambassadors for the “How Big Is Your Ring?” campaign, at Drake Stadium. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

The idea: Young professional ambassadors will spur the big turnout needed to show Des Moines can support the Olympic Trials.

last week at the 2013 USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships here in Des Moines. The Greater Des Moines Convention and Visitors Bureau organized the “How Big Is Your Ring” campaign aimed at attracting young professionals to the race. The results of the weekend? Mixed. When Eugene hosted the Track and Field Championships in 2011 it attracted 40,851 people. Des Moines had crowds of 32,830 over four days. There were hopes for 12,000 fans on Sunday, but attendance hit just more than 10,000. Rain and high temperatures put a damper on crowds, but not on the idea of bringing the Olympic Trials to Des Moines. “I think it was a good start,” Greg Edwards, Greater Des

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Moines Convention and Visitors Bureau president and CEO, said on Monday. “I had some good conversations with the leadership of USA Track & Field and they like Des Moines. They know we get it and that we’re genuine track and field fans here. There are a lot of cities interested. We feel pretty good about it, but we know we have competition.” Turnout was key because the event was televised nationally on ESPN2 and NBC. The Convention and Visitors Bureau wanted viewers nationwide (as well as Olympic organizers) to see an enthusiastic crowd and strong support from the community. “Anytime you throw the word ‘Olympics’ around it takes things to a whole other level,” said Andy Ireland, 28, one of the YP ambassadors involved in the “How Big Is Your Ring” campaign. “It captivates the nation for an entire month every four years. If we could tie that into our city, it would be silly not to jump on it.” Ireland and fellow ambassador Katie Martin, both account executives

at the advertising agency Flynn Wright, think Des Moines can rival the enthusiasm and support Eugene shows for running. Des Moines has a huge system of trails, a world-class track and field event in the Drake Relays and a stadium to match in Drake Stadium. “People might think of us as an underdog, but we have amazing trails for biking and running and incredible running events,” said Martin, 25. “We’re a great city that’s ready to rival Eugene. We have the fight, definitely.” There’s a big economic prize that comes with landing an event like the Olympic Trials. Edwards said the Olympic Trials had a $25 million economic impact on Eugene, but that this year’s USA Outdoor Championships also brought lots of money to Des Moines — an estimated $6.4 million injection before the event. Edwards said there’s also a domino effect, with big track events leading to more events looking at the area. The Outdoor Championships going

well are just one part of a plan to land the Olympic Trials. The Convention and Visitors Bureau hopes to establish Des Moines as Track Central USA with strong turnouts at other running events, like the AAU Junior Olympic Games happening July 23 through Aug. 2. “Getting the Olympic Trials would be a phenomenal thing for our city,” said Steve Bobenhouse, co-owner of Fitness Sports and a board member for Iowa USA Track and Field. “It could truly make Des Moines Track Central for the United States.” As for the next steps, Bobenhouse would like to see a warm-up track close to Drake Stadium. Edwards also mentioned the need for corporate support, similar to Nike in Eugene. When will Des Moines know if the attempt to become Track Central USA is successful? Eugene got confirmation in April that it will host the 2016 trials. Des Moines has a long run ahead before its finds out its chances of hosting the event in 2020.

“We’re a great city that’s ready to rival Eugene.” KATIE MARTIN “How Big Is Your Ring” YP ambassador

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Making it happen: Tips from the Social Club’s founder n the summer of 2007 the Des Moines Social Club was just an idea in executive director Zachary Mannheimer’s head, though not necessarily in Des Moines. The former New Yorker spent that summer touring 22 communities looking for the right place to house his concept of a space that could bring together creative people with different interests in one place. A few years ago, the idea may have seemed far-fetched. The cultural hub was booted from its first space, and the next temporary space is not one that would facilitate the arts incubator he envisioned. On its search for the right location downtown, the Social Club had to achieve major funding, and receive community and city support. The DMSC’s permanent location at 900 Mulberry St. will open in December. Mannheimer sat down to give some tips on how to make a big idea happen. » Share your vision: “It probably took me two years to get people comfortable with me and the idea,” Mannheimer said. “There was no model for exactly what we were doing, which was great because it meant it was super unique, but we couldn’t always point people to an example of how programming would run or what had worked and what hadn’t.” » Open yourself up to outside ideas: Initially the Des Moines Social Club was going to be a theater and restaurant. Meeting with local artists and musicians convinced Mannheimer to expand the idea to cover all performing arts. “So many ideas, new ideas, came along, and the Social Club ended up being largely shaped by the people I met,” Mannheimer said. » Bounce your idea off everyone: When he got done with his maitre d’ job the Embassy Club each night, he would head out to the Royal Mile and Raccoon River Brewing Company and strike up

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Executive director of the Des Moines Social Club, co-owner of Proof Food trucks. We need to get the laws changed surrounding food trucks. They’re very prohibitive, and I saw that as a restaurant owner. Not a lot of restaurant owners want the extra competition, but any city that wants to be a big city has a culture of food trucks.

Zachary Mannheimer helps break ground for the new Des Moines Social Club headquarters in downtown Des Moines. JUICE FILE PHOTO

conversations about the Social Club with anyone who would listen. “It was very freeing, because I had no baggage and nothing to lose,” Mannheimer said. “It let me get my ideas out there and put them on the map.” Mannheimer stressed running your ideas by others to help sharpen the ideas and often improve them. » Go do it: Your great idea will always be just an idea unless you take action. “Don’t spend your time doing business plan after business plan trying to get it perfect,” Mannheimer said. “The longer you sit in front of your computer, the longer it’s not happening. There’s no better feasibility study than actually trying.”

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They help with drunk driving by pulling away crowds from high traffic areas. They help the culinary world by giving an outlet to chefs that can’t afford to start a brick and mortar restaurant and they help with street life. They let you walk down a street where you never know what to expect on any given night. Change the underage law for music venues. One of the best things you can do to keep young people in Des Moines is change this law. Rather than require that a music venue make 50 percent of its revenue through food, which is obviously a prohibitive law, have it based on ticket sales. More amenities downtown. There are no public basketball courts, public playgrounds and very few pocket parks downtown. I know this is being talked about, but we need to get something moving. Whether we want to be or not, Des Moines is becoming a major city. Downtown needs a supermarket, movie theater, bowling alley, 10 more restaurants, 10 more bars and 10 more music clubs.


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Ideas from young professional leaders A central Iowa mentoring Andrew Allen, 35 collaborative. “More than 10 2009 Juice YP of the Year, nonprofit organizations in central director of community Iowa work to connect caring adults relations, Principal with young people in need. And Financial Group while the number of youth in need of a mentor is great, there’s no way it exceeds the number of caring adults in central Iowa … does it?” Allen points to kids awaiting mentors with Mentor Iowa (regularly 75-80 according to Mentor Iowa) and children waiting for Bigs with big Brothers Big Sisters (the organization says regularly more than 100).

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His idea is to create a more sustainable model to connect caring adults with kids through a collaboration of different groups and shared resources. “Becoming a mentor may seem like a big commitment. Guess what ... it is. It’s a big commitment that’s met with an even bigger reward. My big idea is that central Iowa would come together as a community to ensure that every child who needs and wants a caring adult mentor has one.”

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Chris Diebel, 2010 Juice YP of the Year, and Tiffany Tauscheck, 2011 Juice YP of the Year. JUICE FILE PHOTO

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More condos and townhomes alongside market-rate apartments, 2010 Juice YP of the Year, and the proposed Market District managing director, LPCA south of East Court Avenue. “This Public Strategies extension of the East Village will provide a blank slate for development once the Des Moines Public Works moves to its new facility. The mixeduse projects currently envisioned for the area will bring additional retail and housing that help build our critical mass. It may also be an area that could attract national brands that can further bolster local efforts.” A large-scale music venue. “Something that is larger than Wooly‘s or The Venue. In fact, such a facility could serve as a nice catalyst for the Market District.” Light rail service to other Midwestern cities. “Ideally, the station would be built in or near downtown.” The station could serve as another catalyst for the Market District since it is close to the city’s core, yet wouldn’t disrupt traffic. Food trucks. “It’s also time to address our city’s rules against food trucks. We need to find a compromise plan that allows quality operators a pathway to success.” This could include a dedicated space that would draw the public. “Food trucks are important to the culinary community because their overhead is much lower than a full-service restaurant. That means young talent has less of a barrier to entry. Plus, chefs that want to experiment with exotic offerings don’t have as much pressure to create something that has to be commercially viable to large masses.”

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More partnerships to promote the city, which has a strong culture scene. “The more visitors we have in the metro, the more local businesses benefit from new dollars pouring in, which in turn enhances residents’ quality of life.” Here are some of specific things I’d like to see: Establish an arts and culture advisory board of young professionals to work with the CVB, Bravo and other organizations. Public art. “Continue to build upon our existing public art with more murals and art in high-traffic spaces for visitors to see, such as painting murals throughout city parking garages, at the Des Moines International Airport and near parks and sports complexes throughout the metro. Also — to marry art and the state’s health and wellness initiative — create a public art trail downtown that leads visitors from hotels to the Iowa Events Center, telling visitors how far they’ve walked as they experience local art.”

About Juice YP of the Year: The award recognizes central Iowans under 35 years old who have made substantial contributions to the quality of life in Des Moines through social, charitable, civic or entertainment efforts.

#BigIdeasDSM We started the conversation, and you shared the big ideas for Des Moines. See more and keep sharing on Twitter by using the hashtag #BigIdeasDSM. @englelaura: “Remove restrictions on the operation of food trucks and other mobile food businesses.” @sethreineke: “Let’s start with 5 Guys, IKEA and a solid MLS presence (stadium mandatory) and move from there.” @amandamorrow: “Would love to see empty downtown spaces offered up for free for the first few months to help kickstart new businesses.” @christenbain: “More ped-friendly areas. Sidewalk cafes (a la@Dos_Rios) and walking spaces where we aren’t breathing heavy truck fumes.” @MrPaws64: “I’d love more public transportation options out to the burbs (where I live).” @AplusPete: “No open container laws in specified area downtown, more outdoor dining, light rail that connects suburbs, continue to foster music.” @ajthizzle: “A real public transportation system would be nice. Like the trains in Chicago! I’d never drive again!” @frojive: “Use technology more to explore and find things to do in the city. Gameification of things to do in Des Moines; rejuvenate the retail space at the skywalk and street levels in downtown.” @dabecka: “DIVERSITY.” @derekarnold: “Make Court (or other) Ave. a pedestrian only plaza. See this study done by the NYC DOT ...”


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Public green spaces in urban areas, along with public art. “As a downtown resident and worker, I would love to see some of the 2012 Juice YP of vacant parking lots and open areas be turned the Year, manager into pocket parks. I think this would attract of corporate more people to live downtown as well as communications, encourage downtown employees to take time Meredith to leave their offices for lunch or a quick break Corporation on a beautiful day.” Walnut Street redevelopment, working with planners for locals, visitors and residents. “I hope they push toward having later operating hours for shopping and dining. For our city to be a larger player for quality of life, we need more accessible times for dining and entertainment.” More collaboration with YP groups. “We have such amazing talent and brain power here; we need to leverage it more than we do. I’d like to see a creation of dedicated programs or projects that further the greater Des Moines community so we can help those in need, empower future leaders — all while making the community better.” Ideas such as job training workshops, leadership trainings or running for public office.

Lauren Burt, manager of corporate communications for Meredith Corporation and 2012 Juice YP of the Year. JUICE FILE PHOTO

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Kyle Lawler, 30 For me, inspiration is like the tides: Sometimes the tides are low and its difficult to process your ideas to produce your work. On the other hand, when the tides are high and the inspiration is running strong, every effort or action that is made is in tune with your mental projection of the piece. These are the moments that I work toward. To be able to visualize something and then have the technical power to create and push it out into the world is an incredible feeling. These are the moments that make art magical. It is in this magic that I hope my viewer will be transfixed and hold for just a brief moment in order to have a connection with a piece. Artists wish to connect. That’s the universal desire. The same is true here. Want to be featured?: Go to dmJuice.com/yp to tell us why you’re driven. Kyle Lawler paints while listening to “First of the Year Equinox” by Skrillex and “Lights — Remix” by Bassnectar. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

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A manager with heart for community Steve Havemann, 30 TITLE: Project manager, Youth Policy Institute of Iowa WHAT I DO: I oversee seven projects. The Youth Policy Institute’s mission is to bring together resources and partners to provide quality youth programming, share best practices and bring resources to young people in Des Moines.

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BACKGROUND: I am from the south side of Des Moines originally. I graduated from Lincoln High School, attended Central College in Pella, studied abroad in Wales and spent a lot of time traveling Europe. Professionally, I worked with Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates (iJAG) as an education specialist, then as the regional program manager, overseeing dropout prevention and education programs in seven cities across Iowa.

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NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENTS: I recently earned my master’s degree from Drake University and signed my first book contract with Wipf and Stock Publishing. “The Excellent Persuader” is due out this year. It focuses on the art of persuasion, personal development and human resource development. It will be followed by a second book focused on competing with yourself as opposed to others in order to maximize personal growth and potential. WHY I DO WHAT I DO: I believe in enacting positive change and leaving the world a better place than you entered it. TO GET AWAY FROM WORK, I LIKE TO: Whenever I get the chance I like to play tennis, golf, do home improvement projects and check out community events. I also love to write. HOW I GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY: I am the vice president of the Beaverdale Neighborhood Association, the treasurer of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and I mentor a young man who is a former student. ONE THING I WOULD CHANGE ABOUT THE DES MOINES AREA: It would be great to see the Drake area fully revitalized, and it would be fun to keep our semi-pro and minor league sports teams around permanently.

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Blank Tapes to fill Mews with sound JOE LAWLER joe@dmJuice.com

ver the last decade The Blank Tapes have built up a fanbase with a lo-fi sound caused, fittingly enough, by the music being recorded on blank audio tapes. The process was anything but simple, with band founder Matt Adams layering multiple tracks together to create a full, lush and wonderfully retro sound. The Blank Tapes’ latest album, “Vacation,” was recorded in an actual studio, using equipment more advanced than Adams’ eight track recording system and blank tapes. “For the most part my lo-fi equipment has been my main thing for almost 10 years,” Adams said during a phone interview. “But over the last few years I kind of decided to go into the recording studio more and attempt to collaborate more with producers and band members. I’m trying to capture more of the band’s energy. I’d reached my limit on how hi-fi I could go.” “Vacation” wasn’t The Blank Tapes’ first trip into the studio. The band released a single last year, and Adams recorded and then abandoned most of another album before “Vacation.” He might revisit those songs at a later date. Adams has a huge backlog of songs, more than 100 dating back years. With every new record he mixes in some old songs with newer material. “Most of it was written around the time we were making it, but a few songs I had been kicking around for a long time,” Adams said of the

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new album. “Sometimes I just feel I need something else and go into the notebooks looking for something that fits the vibe.” Like the song “Brasilia.” Adams had the melody running through his head for more than five years and had been calling it “Instrumental Bosanova Song.” The Blank Tapes have picked up a good number of fans in Brazil over the years, but Adams wrote the melody for “Brasilia” years before he ever visited the country. “I went to Brazil, but it wasn’t until later when I was on vacation in Mexico that the lyrics came to me,” Adams said. The cover of “Vacation” was

dmJuice.com Listen to The Blank Tapes’ single ”Coast to Coast” illustrated by Adams. It features a cartoonish version of the singer lounging on the beach. Adams regularly illustrates posters for Blank Tapes shows, often utilizing the R. Crumb meets the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers caricature of himself. Before his career in music opened up, he pursued a career in art and even spent some time as an assistant for a

Mad Magazine cartoonist. “Before I was obsessed with music, that was my obsession,” Adams said. “When I moved to San Francisco I cut my ties with art, other than doing drawings for my own projects and occasionally for friends. It’s funny, most people who knew me before totally expected me to go down the cartoonist path, but I switched gears.”


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Meet the band: Dickweed

The Maximum Ames Music Festival returns Sept. 26-29, and the lineup will be announced July 15. More than 130 bands will play. Tickets go on sale Wednesday through midwestix.com with a limited number available for $60. After those sell out, passes will be $75 until the lineup is announced, and then they’ll be $100. Go to maximumames.com. ... Guitarist Steve Vai, who has played with Frank Zappa, David Lee Roth and others, will perform Nov. 1 at Hoyt Sherman Place. Tickets, $30-$45, go on sale Friday through Ticketmaster. ...

Steve Vai. SPECIAL TO JUICE ticketfly.com. ... Fatal Addiction plays a CD release show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Wooly’s. Cirrus Minor, IVA, Twenty 2 Salute and Shatter open. $7 in advance, $10 at the door. ...

Local band Superchief and its label Brolester have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $2,000 for a limited vinyl release of the album “Corporate Dynamite.” The campaign runs through Aug. 5. Go to http://kck.st/1c1nN5H to contribute. The band plays at 8 p.m. Saturday at The Point. ...

SP3, which plays at 80/35 next week, will have a CD listening party at 9 p.m. Saturday at The Longest Yard. Free. ...

English punk singer-songwriter Frank Turner plays Wooly’s on Oct. 6. Tickets are $15 and go on sale Friday through

ZZ Ward plays Thursday at Wooly’s. Check out my interview with the singer at dmJuice.com.

Trent Derby, 28, and Eric Moffitt, 30, of the band Dickweed. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

Superchief on stage at People’s Court.

Members: Eric Moffitt (vocals, guitar), Patrick Tape Fleming (vocals, guitar), Trent Derby (vocals, drums), Tanner Illingworth (vocals, guitar), Kevin Neal (vocals, bass) and Bob Nastanovich (wildcard). See them: 6 p.m. Thursday at the Des Moines Social Club, 900 Mulberry St.

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Band founder Eric Moffitt, 30, plays in local bands like Wolves in the Attic and Mantis Pincers, but at his day job, his co-workers have him listening to country music about 20 hours a week. As a result he started writing “funny country songs.” Dickweed is the end result. “At first it was a joke, but now it’s actually fun,” Moffitt said. “It’s a different energy than any of the bands I play in, which I like.” Moffitt recruited his Wolves/Pincers drummer Trent Derby and members of The Poison Control Center, Datagun, Love Songs for Lonely Monsters and even Pavement’s Bob Nastanovich. “We don’t really know what Bob will be doing,” Moffitt said. “We asked if he would be willing to join and he said yes, but that he refuses to practice. He’ll only show up for shows. “I think his quote was ‘I just like the action.’ ” Nastanovich won’t be performing at Thursday’s show.

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In addition to Moffitt’s songs, other members of the band have written country songs as well. They plan on trading off lead vocals for their own songs. The band doesn’t plan to play regular gigs, doing just a few shows instead. While the band started as something of a joke, Dickweed’s members are committed to its sound. “Musically we’ll take it seriously,” Derby, 28, said. “But it’s still going to be fun to get on stage like a jackass, dress up and have a good time.”


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Thursday: “Put the Gun Down” singer ZZ Ward plays Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St., at 6:30 p.m. Ward released her debut album, “Til the Casket Drops,” last year, and “Gun” has become a top 40 hit for the singer. Next month Ward will be playing the main stage at Sioux City’s Saturday in the Park festival. Swear and Shake open. $15 in advance through ticketfly.com, $17 day of show.

Monday: Rapper Aesop Rock and folk singer Kimya Dawson team up to perform as The Uncluded at 8 p.m. at Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. Earlier this month the duo released its debut album, “Hockey Fright,” on the hip-hop focused label Rhymesayers. As a solo artist, Dawson is probably best known for her songs on the “Juno” soundtrack. $18 in advance through ticketfly.com, $20 day of show.

LOS LOBOS AND AARON NEVILLE Friday and Saturday: The Des Moines Arts Festival has big names headlining the Aviva Main Stage. At 8:30 p.m. Friday see Chicano rockers Los Lobos, known for their cover of the Ritchie Valens hit “La Bamba.” Soul singer Aaron Neville (above) headlines Saturday night at 8:30 p.m. His hits include “Tell It Like It Is,” “Everybody Plays the Fool” and “Don’t Know Much.” Free. Go to desmoinesartsfestival.org.

ANDREW MCMAHON Wednesday: Jack’s Mannequin singer-songwriter Andrew McMahon plays a solo show at 6:30 p.m. at Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. McMahon retired the Jack’s Mannequin name last year, but he recently released his solo debut, “The Pop Underground.” Allen Stone opens. $25.50-$28.50 through ticketfly.com.

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Meet the chef: Jeremy Jessen of Local Yocals JOE LAWLER joe@dmJuice.com

eremy Jessen, 36, has worked in restaurants from a young age. He recently opened his own food stand, Local Yocals, operating at farmers markets and bars around town. Local Yocals typically serves burgers and fries, and uses almost entirely Iowa products — from the grass-fed beef to ketchup made from Iowa tomatoes to fries cooked in lard rendered from Iowa pigs.

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Q: What got you interested in cooking? I got started in restaurants when I was 13, and at 13 it was just easy money. I did take time off from cooking, but I got back into it with my friend Kurt Chausse at The Cafe in Ames. That’s when I realized how much I liked cooking and that it was probably going to be my career.

Jeremy Jessen, 36, of Local Yocals makes a burger at the Beaverdale Farmers Market. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE PHOTOS

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Q: What prompted you to start using Iowa-made ingredients? There were a lot of restaurants I worked in and went to eat at that claimed to use local ingredients, but in reality they used very few. It irritated me that people were using that for their own benefit when they weren’t really doing it. Local Yocals is about 90 percent Iowa-grown, and the rest we purchase from an Iowa company. There are certain things you just can’t grow in Iowa, like sea salt. Q: Is Local Yocals something you would like to see become a brick-and-mortar business? It is. This time next year is what we’re shooting for. I just graduated from the University of Iowa a couple weeks ago and senior year was spent making a business plan to turn Local Yocals into a restaurant.

Jessen’s burgers use grass-fed Iowa beef, the fries are cooked in lard from Iowa pigs and the ketchup is made from Iowa tomatoes.

Q: Do you plan to change up the menu as things come into season? Our focus is burgers and fries. That’s what we are, and I want to maintain that. But there will be other things popping up on the menu depending on the event we’re doing. At the Ames Farmers Market on Saturday mornings I’ve been doing egg sandwiches, serving them on focaccia buns that South Union makes just for us. I’m at 515 Brewing Company every Friday and that’s the only place I serve my loaded fries, made with a beer cheese sauce showcasing some of the local beers. Q: What’s missing from the Des Moines dining scene? There are restaurants like HoQ that are attempting to do what I’m doing, or I’m attempting to do what they’re doing, but they are doing more full service. I’m trying to do more of a fast casual thing that I would eventually like to be more like a fast food drive-thru experience, but with slow food.

Local Yocals Find it: 4:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the Beaverdale Farmers Market, south of Boesen the Florist, 3422 Beaver Ave.

11 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesdays (along with Gusto Pizza, Tacopocalypse and Woody’s Barbecue) at Regency West Office Park, 4700 Westown Parkway, West Des Moines 4-9 p.m. Fridays at 515 Brewing Company, 7700 University Ave., Clive 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays at the Ames Main Street Farmers Market, 400 Main St., Ames.


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In March 2011 “Mi Patria” opened becoming the first and only Ecuadorian restaurant in Des Moines. Owner Cesar Miranda (Ecuadorian) with more than fifteen years of experience in the restaurant business, accomplished his dream by bringing the aromas and flavors of his country to Des Moines. Mi Patria offers menus for Lunch and Dinner as well as buffet service. The restaurant has a Latin atmosphere with Ecuadorian ornaments and music. Within a year of its opening, Mi Patria has been recognized for its quality of food and excellent service. Local media, such as The Des Moines Register and Metromix have dedicated articles to the restaurant. Trip advisor has awarded “Mi Patria” with a Certificate of Excellence.

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The scene: We got to Table 128 around 5:45 p.m. on a Thursday, as patrons were trickling in for dinner. Two things pop as you walk through the door: the dynamic color palette and a big wall of wine. The interior is beautifully renovated, complete with new lighting, updated furniture, a longer bar up front and lots of family-friendly seating. Overall it feels inviting, vibrant and open. But since a patio was added out front, we opted to sit in the sun. Table 128 also overhauled its menu. Some old Tartine favorites are still there, but the owners made an effort to include more main dishes with an emphasis on fresh, local ingredients. That means heirloom chicken, river trout and a lot of tough decisions. The food: Just because they ditched the French name doesn’t mean they’ve Americanized the menu. We seriously considered the croquemadame, a play on the classic croque-monsieur — with ham, Gruyere cheese and eggs, but decided on the stuffed blue burger ($10) and the pork triplet sandwich ($12), both with a side of fries. The burger was juicy and oozed

The pork triplet sandwich includes prosciutto, bacon and grilled pork loin. ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/JUICE

with locally-sourced Maytag blue cheese. The sandwich was equally delicious, and was served with au jus and three kinds of pork: prosciutto, bacon and grilled pork loin from Iowa’s own Eden Farms. We also sampled an order of ugly donuts ($6), which are much more appetizing than they sound. The waiter delivered a basket of cheese-packed dough balls that are coated with Parmesan and served with a side of marinara-like dip. Our recommendation: really dunk them in that sweet red sauce. It’s too tasty to waste.

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Betty brings the country NEW WEST GLEN BAR, SHOTGUN BETTY’S, ADDS A NEW ELEMENT TO THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT ANNIE PRESTON Special to Juice

est Glen Town Center has plenty of options for a fun night out, including a comedy club, piano bar, sports bar and upscale cocktail lounge. But until the recent opening of Shotgun Betty’s, there wasn’t any place for country fans to gather. Business partners Tom Baldwin and Steve McFadden saw an opportunity when 515 Ultra Lounge came up for sale. “West Glen needs a country bar,” Baldwin said. The bar is a mix of old and new, with a state-of-the art sound system and TVs but plenty of vintage touches. Some of those touches include reclaimed wood throughout the bar, a 1930s motel vacancy sign that’s been turned into a pool table light, and old turkey feeders that have been converted into dangling lights. When converting the bar into Shotgun Betty’s, the owners and their crew searched antique shops and auctions to find the perfect pieces to give it a Southern, rockabilly feel. They used old Iowa barn boards to create the hardwood floor and bought a license plate collection to line the top of the bar. The business partners said they went through about 40 names before

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dmJuice.com See more photos of West Glen’s country bar settling on Shotgun Betty’s to fit the look they were aiming for. On a recent Saturday night, genuine-looking cowboys sat at the bar while girls in high heels and mini dresses filled the tables around the room. People dropped peanut shells on the floor and sang along to the country music. When the DJ played a favorite song, people yelled to turn it up and clapped along. A few couples even turned the small spaces between tables into their own private dance floors. Baldwin described Shotgun Betty’s as a true country bar that will play old country favorites and newer country songs later in the evening. “It will be a nice complement to the area,” he said. Shotgun Betty’s is a whiskey bar (including Fireball) that also serves old-school beers like Hamm’s and Old Style alongside a wide variety of other drink offerings. The bar is open seven days a week with a happy hour every day from 3 to 7 p.m.

Kelly Parker, 25, left, and Whitney Reuter, 28, both of West Des Moines, talk to bartender Andrew Faulkner at Shotgun Betty’s earlier this month.

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Anatomy of a drink: A marvelous margarita JOE LAWLER joe@dmJuice.com

hen it comes to a regular margarita, there doesn’t seem to be a huge difference between good, OK and bad. It’s a tough drink to screw up, but it’s also a tough drink to make really stand out. You can use a fancy tequila, but that would probably be more enjoyable on its own. You can add flavors like strawberry, but at that point it seems more like a Slurpee than a margarita. The Gramercy Tap recently added a new house margarita to its menu. A few little touches elevate it above standard margaritas found all over town. It’s not reinventing the margarita wheel, but it might be providing a slightly smoother ride. Like any good margarita, it starts with tequila. In this case it’s Jose Cuervo gold. That’s poured into a shaker with lime juice and a healthy pour of sweet and sour. What Gramercy introduces to the mix is some simple syrup, topping off the drink with some orange juice. The bartender adds ice to the mixer and gives it a good shake, then pours it into a glass with a salted rim, stuck on with lime juice and garnished with a lime slice. The house margarita is also on The Gramercy Tap’s list of $5 martinis and specialty drinks, served 4-6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

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Iowa Craft Brew Fest

BEER LOVERS GATHERED ON THE LOCUST STREET BRIDGE TO TRY HUNDREDS OF CRAFT AND IOWA BREWS SATURDAY. 37 MORE PHOTOS

Hundreds of visitors sample craft beer and bask in the sun Saturday on the Locust Street bridge. From left: Philip Johnson, 27, and Kathryn Reuter, 28, both of Des Moines, and Sara Ferguson, 28, of Indianapolis.

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ZOMBIES AND RUNNERS MIXED AT THE RUNNING SCARED ZOMBIE 5K AT TOAD VALLEY GOLF COURSE IN PLEASANT HILL. 37 MORE PHOTOS

Zombies Sam Eldridge, 22, left, Teagan Hughes, 21, center, and Emily Neese, 23, all of Ames. SCOTT MORGAN/PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE Zombie Sarah Eckles, 30, of Des Moines chases runners.

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Zombie Claire North, 20, goes after runners Saturday during the Running Scared Zombie 5K at Toad Valley Golf Course in Pleasant Hill.

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Moonlight Classic

A 10-MILE NIGHTTIME BIKE RIDE THROUGH DOWNTOWN RAISED MONEY FOR CHILDREN AT ORCHARD PLACE. 33 MORE PHOTOS

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People were encouraged to add things that glow to their clothing and bikes. MICHAEL WATSON/PHOTOS SPECIAL TO JUICE

A Stormtrooper takes aim at the best costume contest. There were prizes for different categories like best costume and best bike decoration. Sheena Danzer, 32, Kyle Collins, 37, and Amiee Kittell, 28, at the Moonlight Classic. Lindsey Wille, 29, and Jarod Anderson, 36.

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Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701

COMEDY

25th St., West Des Moines. 6:30 p.m., 223-9944, billy joes.com..

Comedy Night. Headliner

Down Under Bar & Grill,

Chris Schlichting brings his immature, yet sincere standup to Des Moines. Featuring James Draper and Daniel Frana, with special guest Luke Ritter. Hosted by Tommy Morgan Jr. 8:30 p.m., Felix & Oscar’s Restaurant & Pub, 4050 Merle Hay Road. 278-8887, felixandoscars .com. Call for reservations. $5 at the door.

FARMERS MARKETS Farmers’ Market. J.C. Penney north parking lot. 3-6 p.m., North Grand Mall, 2801 Grand Ave., Ames. 515-232-7930, northgrand mall.com. ldemoss@q.com. Farmers’ Market. 4-7 p.m., Triangle Park, Sixth St. & Ashworth Drive, Waukee. 987-1552, waukee.org.

Drake Neighborhood Farmers’ Market. 4-7 p.m., First Christian Church, 2500 University Ave. 2555630, drakefarmersmarket .com.

KARAOKE AJ’s on East Court, 419 E. Court Ave. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 282-1888. Two-drink minimum.

8350 Hickman Road, Clive. 7 p.m.-midnight, 278-6718, greatestbar.com. Keg Stand, The, 3530 Westown Parkway, West Des Moines. Party! Party! The Ultimate Karaoke Band. 9:30 p.m., 327-7429, face book.com/partypartykara oke band. No cover.

MUSIC Joe Klinefelter. 6:30-8:30 p.m., Fire Creek Grill, 800 S. 50th St., Suite 110, West Des Moines. 224-0500, firecreek online.com. No cover. George DeVore. 8 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, thegreenwood.org. No cover. Bob Pace & The Dangerous Band. 7-10 p.m., Zimm’s Food and Spirits, 3124 Ingersoll Ave. 2779929, bobpaceband.com. No cover. Display Case. 5 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, the houseofbricks.com. Science. With The Days We Go Hunting, Fred Sinatra, The JoLisa Smiths. 5:30 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaude villemews.com. $5.

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Andrew McMahon, Allen Stone. 7:30-7 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm.com. $25.50–$28.50. Ticketfly. Fleetwood Mac. 8 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000, iowaeventscenter .com. $149, $99, $79, $49. Dahl’s Tickets.

Zoo Brew featuring Loose Neutral. Enjoy spending summer evenings with brews, music, food, activities and of course, all the exotic animals of Blank Park Zoo. 5:30-9 p.m., Blank Park Zoo, 7401 S.W. Ninth St. 285-4722, blankparkzoo .com. $11; zoo members free. Food and drink are not included in admission fee. Haywire. 7:30-10:30 p.m., Striker’s Sports Bar, Premiere Bowling and Entertainment, 655 N.E. 56th St., Pleasant Hill. 263-1700, premiere bowling.com.

World Music Wednesdays. 9 p.m., Star Bar, 2811 Ingersoll Ave. 244-0790, starbardsm.com. No cover.

SPECIAL EVENTS Fleetwood Mac Dinner Cruise. Join us for dinner before the Fleetwood Mac concert at Wells Fargo. Board at 5:30 p.m., depart at 5:45 p.m., return at 7:15 p.m., concert at 8 p.m. Jon Anderson White Riverboat, 799 Robert D. Ray Drive. 883-2628, port-of-desmoines.com. Reservations required. Dinner $35, preordered bottle of wine $24. MidwesTIX.

“Remembering Our Fallen” Exhibit. A reminder of the ultimate sacrifice made by more than 80 Iowans killed in the war on terror while wearing our country’s uniform in Afghanistan or Iraq. Scheels All Sports, 101 Jordan Creek Parkway, Suite 4000, West Des Moines. 727-4065, rememberingourfallen.org. jiblazek@scheelssports.com.

thurs27 ART Art on the Campus Launch. Public celebration and ceremony with food and a special children’s activity. 6 p.m., West Des Moines City Hall, 4200 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines. 222-3444, wdm-ia .com.

DANCE Thursday Night Swing Social. An evening of music from the 1920s thru ‘50s for your listening or dancing pleasure. Complimentary bottle of water and a free beginner lesson at 7:30 p.m. 8 p.m., Gray’s Lake Park, 2101 Fleur Drive. 490-3589, stepintoswing.com. swingnlilly@msn.com. $2.

WEDNESDAY Get brewed Zoo Brew continues at the Blank Park Zoo, 7401 S.W. Ninth St., with an Iowa Brew Night featuring the best beers our state has to offer and music by Loose Neutral. The party starts at 5:30 p.m. $11.

THURSDAY Smartsy sale The Central Library, 1000 Grand Ave., holds an Artsy Smartsy book sale from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Books in the sale will focus on photography, fashion and art. Free.

FARMERS MARKETS Farmers Market. Held on the 100, 200 and 300 blocks of Fifth Street, faturing vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods, plants and flowers, arts and crafts and prepared foods. 4-8 p.m., Historic Valley Junction, Fifth Street and Railroad Avenue, West Des Moines. 222-3642, valley junction.com. Free.

FILMS Free Flicks: “Madagascar 3.” Shown on a 25-foot portable screen, beginning after sunset. Blankets and lawn chairs are encouraged. People are free to bring their own food and drinks as concessions will not be provided for purchase. 9 p.m., Jordan Park, 600 E. Wall Ave. 237-1456, dmgov.org/Departments/ Parks/Pages/FreeFlicks.aspx. Admission is free.

KARAOKE AJ’s on East Court, 419 E. Court Ave. Thursday Night Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 282-1888. Two-drink minimum. Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. 9 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes .com. No cover. Ellis Island, 1831 Hubbell Ave. Company’s Comin’ Karaoke. 8 p.m., 266-4745, jreyn81848@aol.com. Fat Tony’s, 1500 S.E. First St. Party! Party! The Ultimate Karaoke Band. 9:30 p.m., 288-3088, Facebook .com/partypartykaraoke band. No cover. Okoboji Grill, 6050 S.E. 14th St. “The Voice Box” Karaoke. 8-11 p.m., 2871979, the-voice-box.com.

MUSIC Ames Municipal Band. 8-9 p.m. concert; 7-7:45 p.m. pre-concert entertainment. 7-9 p.m., Bandshell Park, 125 E. Fifth St., Ames. Free. Jason Walsmith. 7 p.m., Confluence Brewing Company, 1235 Thomas Beck Road, Suite A. 285-9005, confluencebrewing.com. Songwriter Night. With Kat Darling, Steve Tyler, Steve Robinson and Mason Jar. 8 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, thehouseofbricks .com. No cover. Laurie Morvan Band. 7 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 280-3778, bigreddogmusic .com. $10. MidwesTIX. The Soul Searchers. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 2777295, thegreenwood.org. No cover. Fred Gazzo Band. 7-10 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, samandgabes.com.

Adjutant General’s Summer Concert Series: The El Dorados. At the historic Camp Dodge pool complex. Please bring your lawn chairs. Concessions from local vendors will be available and coolers and picnic baskets are also welcome. 7 p.m., Camp Dodge Joint Manuever Training Center, 7105 N.W. 70th Ave., Johnston. 252-4582, iowa nationalguard.com. Free and open to the public.

Summer Sounds Concert Series with Thunder Blues. Bring lawn chairs and blankets for seating. 7-8:30 p.m., Ankeny Bandshell, Wagner Park, 401 W. First St., Ankeny. Free.


dmJuice.com/events ZZ Ward. 7:30-7 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm.com. $15-$17. Ticketfly. Scattered Hamlet, Suite Little Sister, Black Star Alliance. 8 p.m., Krazee Kafe, 1410 N.E. Broadway Ave. 264-9440, facebook .com/events/1182857 81708819/. $5 ages 21+, $7 for ages 18-20.

Music in the Junction with Flipside. Concert series on the Railroad Park stage with food and beverages available. Beverage garden open 5:30-8:30 p.m., Railroad Park, Valley Junction, Fifth Street and Railroad Avenue, West Des Moines. 222-3444, valley junction.com. Free.

music in the courtyard. Get ready for live art, extravagant illuminated art shows, interactive art and more. 6-10 p.m., Des Moines Social Club at the Firehouse, 900 Mulberry St. 288-3672, RSVP via Facebook. $5 admission.

THEATER Story Mob. Come tell a five-minute story on a designated subject. Hear guest tellers tell their five-minutes tales and then a competition will be open to the audience. Listeners rate stories told by audience members. 7-9 p.m., Des Moines Social Club, The Kirkwood, 400 Walnut St. 288-3672, $5.

Summer Concert Series with The Workshy. Enjoy

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live music on the lawn. Serving wine, sangria and Madhouse beer, burgers and brats, gelato, pizza. Bring chairs and blankets. All ages are welcome, leave pets at home, do not bring your own alcoholic beverages. 6-9 p.m., Jasper Winery, 2400 George Flagg Parkway. 282-9463, jasper winery.com. No cover.

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RECREATION Canoe Basics. Participants will learn about types of canoes, equipment, techniques and have a chance to practice skills on the water. All equipment is provided. Minimum age 12. 6-8 p.m., Jester Park, 11407 N.W. Jester Park Drive, Granger. 323-5366, leadingyououtdoors.org. Pre-registration required. $5.

(Un) Famous. This exhibit of new paintings and prints by local international artist Jonathan Hodges Explores the use portraiture of iconic and everyday people. 5-7 p.m., Raygun, 400 E. Locust St., Suite 12. 333-1329, yeahyeahartstuff@live.com. Free.

AUTOS/ MOTORCYCLES Auto Races. Gates open at 5 p.m., Hot laps at 6 p.m., Races to follow. Grandstand, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 262-3111, jjamracing.net. $10 adults, $4 ages 12 and under, $25 pit passes.

COMEDY Bomb Shelter Comedy Showcase. Featuring Marc

beverage and conversation. 6 p.m., The Urban Grill, 3651 86th St., Urbandale. 277-9986, theurbangrill restaurant.com.

Von Ahnen, Peter Tornabane, Derek Moulds and Brad Turk. Hosted by Luke Ritter and Gideon Hambright. 9 p.m., Beechwood Lounge, 416 E. Walnut St. 288-2337, facebook.com/ pages/Beechwood-Lounge. No cover.

SOCIAL EVENTS

FESTIVALS

SINGLES Singles Again Visitors’ Night. Join us for dinner, a

Artquake. Featuring an explosion of local art and

Des Moines Arts Festival. Experience the kinetic

energy of art as manifested in 185 artist booths, artisan food and beverages, the cutting-edge Interrobang Film festival, national acts on the festival’s main stage and interactive art opportunities. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Western Gateway Park, 10th to 15th streets. between Grand Avenue and Locust Street. 286-4949, desmoinesarts festival.org. Free.

FILMS Interrobang Film Festival. The festival combines a

FRIDAY Yoga to live music Go to Yoga at the Glen for live music and yoga from 6 to 7 p.m. outside of Blue Moon at the West Glen Town Center, 5465 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines. Live music until 11 p.m.

GAMES Bingo & Food. Food served from 6-6:30 p.m. for free will offering. Free bingo with prizes from 6:30-8 p.m. Indianola Heights Christian Church, 3139 S.E. Eighth St. 2445447.

Movies in Colby Park: “101 Dalmatians.” An

AJ’s on East Court, 419 E.

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outdoor summer film series. Movies begin at dusk. Premovie children’s art activities from 7-9 p.m. Attendees are invited to bring blankets, chairs, picnic baskets for a night in the park. Popcorn and soft drinks for sale beginning at 7 p.m. Colby Park, 6900 School St., Windsor Heights. windsor heights.org. Free admission.

Unwined. Taste free beer and wine samples and live music overlooking Gray’s Lake. Bottles of beer and wine as well as grilled food are available to purchase. Bring your blanket, but please leave your drinks at home. Gray’s Lake Park, 2101 Fleur Drive. 237-1472, dmparks.org. No cover.

FUNDRAISERS Children & Families of Iowa’s Family Tees Golf Tournament. Celebrate our 125th anniversary with an inter-generational golf tournament. Flights are determined by the age of the youngest player. Terrace Hills Golf Course, 8700 N.E. 46th Ave., Altoona. 697-

Bike Night. Come enjoy the bikes, great food and street dance to follow. 5 p.m., Elm’s Club, 108 N. Elm St., Creston. 641-782-2615.

MUSIC 7961, cfiowa.org. Reservations required. events@cfiowa.org. Prices vary depending on flight: $40-$60. Visit website for additional information or to register.

traditional film production festival with a public screening. Accepted films will be screened at various times throughout the three days of the Des Moines Arts Festival on June 28-30 in downtown Des Moines. Central Library, 1000 Grand Ave. 283-4152, dmpl.org.

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Court Ave. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 282-1888. Two drink minimum.

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

Mickey’s Irish Pub, 50 S.E. Laurel St., Waukee. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 987-9604, mick eyswaukee.com. No cover. Stroll Inn Lounge, 805 17th Ave. S.W., Altoona. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 967-5024 info@ strollinnlounge.com or Seach Stroll Inn Lounge on Facebook. No cover.

Bookends at the Bandshell. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Bandshell Park, 125 E. Fifth St., Ames. Free.

Tunes on the Terrace with Paige Harpin. Join us for lunch and live music. 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Cafe Baratta’s, State Historical Museum of Iowa, 600 E. Locust St., Third Floor. 2813294, barattas.com. Chad Elliott. Performing free at the Des Moines Arts Festival. noon-2 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. desmoinesartsfestival.org.

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concert “paired” with wine. Bring your wine glass and order wine from The GrapeVine to enjoy at the event. 7 p.m., The GrapeVine, 2175 N.W. 86th St., Suite 4. Clive. 314-4472, thegrapevine central.com. Email for reservations. afinetime4wine@ aol.com. $10 at door. Steve Kowbel. 7-10 p.m., Fire Creek Grill, 800 S. 50th St., Suite 110, West Des Moines. 224-0500, firecreek online.com. No cover.

p.m., Bourbon Street Bar and Grill, 500 Army Post Road. 285-5733. No cover.

Work Release featuring Bob Pace & The Dangerous Band. Free food. 4:307:30 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 280-3778, gaslamp dsm.com. $4.

Tony Valdez & The Retro Rockets. Live music in a peaceful rural environment with beautiful shade trees and bucolic atmosphere. View the open countryside from multilevel decks. 6:30 p.m., Snus Hill Vineyard & Winery, 2183 320th St., Madrid. 201-9694, snushillwine.com. dcldcl@aol.com. No cover.

Coon Ridge Country. 7-10:30 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars, Boline Manfredi Post 9662, 1309 N.E. 66th Ave. 964-5247 edie mae36@aol.om. $5. Country Knights. 7 p.m., Fraternal Order of Eagles 109, 6567 Bloomfield Road. 285-8275, 109.foe.com. $5 members, $6 nonmembers.

King of The Tramps, Musikanto. 9:30 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, the houseofbricks.com. $5.

Candlelight Red, Blacked Out World. 8 p.m., Krazee Kafe, 1410 N.E. Broadway Ave. 264-9440, $5 ages 21+, $7 ages 18-20.

Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival on the Civic Music Association stage, Jazz and Wine Pavilion, 1425 Grand Ave., desmoinesartsfestival .org. Free. » Civic Music Associa-

tion Student Jam Ses-

sion. 11 a.m.-noon » Belin Quartet. Performing jazz and classical favorites. » 12:30 p.m. » Steve Charlson Trio. 2:30-4 p.m. » Hot Club of Des Moines. 4:30-6 p.m.

» Mutiny in the Parlor. 6:30-8 p.m.

» Watercolours. 8:30-10 p.m., Jazz and Wine Pavilion, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1425 Grand Ave., des moinesartsfestival.org. Free.

John Krantz & David Altemeier. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Sam & Gabe’s Italian Bistro, 8631 Hickman Road, Urbandale. 271-9200, samand gabes.com.

Charlson Trio with Amber Duimstra. 7:30-10:30 p.m., Chuck’s Restaurant, 3610 Sixth Ave. 244-4104, chucksdesmoines.com. No cover. Roxi Copland. 8-10:30 p.m., Cosmopolitan Lounge, Suites of 800 Locust, 800 Locust St. 288-5800, roxi copland.com. No cover. Parranderros. Performing at the Des Moines Arts

Festival. 4:30-6 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free.

Dueling Pianos at Prairie Days. Featuring Andy Anderson & Mike Leeds. 7 p.m., Garden Square Park, 120 E. Jefferson St., Prairie City. Free. Brian Holtz Band. 9 p.m., Kenny’s Pub, 605 Ashworth Drive, Waukee. 987-0161, brianholtzband.com.

P-Nut CD Release Party. 8 p.m., Volcano Bar & Grill, 1820 E. Army Post Road. 360-7880, volcanobarandgrill.com. $10 day of show. Bright Giant. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 4:30-6:30 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St. . Polka Dot Cadaver. With One Eyed Doll, Aren’t We All, Exotic Animal Petting Zoo. 5 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, thehouseofbricks.com. $12-$15. Ticketfly.

Friday Fest with Laven-

der Lace Band. Live music, beverages and concessions, softball, jumping inflatables and playground. 5:30-8 p.m., Walker Johnston Park, 9000 Douglas Ave., Urbandale. 278-3963, fridayfest.com. fridayfest@yahoo.com. Admission $8; ages 12 and under free. Chill On The Hill with Gimikk. Beer, wine & food available. 6-9 p.m., Copper Creek Lake Park, 4390 E. University Ave., Pleasant Hill. , pleasanthillchamber.org. $8. Admission includes two drink tickets.

Garrison Starr, P.J. Pacifico. 7 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 2433270, vaudevillemews.com. $12.

Sunset in the Vineyard with Abby Normal. Bring a lawn chair. Food available. 7-10 p.m., Penoach Vineyard & Winery, 26759 N Ave., Adel. 993-4374, penoach.com. No cover.

Terry McDermott & The Bonfires. Runner-Up on Season 3 of NBC’s “The Voice.” 7 p.m., Lakeside Outdoor Theater, Lakeside

Casino, 777 Casino Drive, Osceola. 877-477-5253, terribleslakeside.com. $10 general admission, $20 Tiered seating. Lawn chairs and/or blankets are recommended for general admission tickets. Red Truck Tickets.

The Eugene Smiles Project. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 7-10 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St.

Party in the Back with The Workshy. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. 8 p.m., Mullets, 1300 S.E. First St. 641-745-7794, mulletsdm.com. No cover. Los Lobos. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 8:30-10 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free.

Dead Larry, MooseKnuckle. 9 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm.com. $8. Ticketfly. Fancy Pants. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707

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The Uplift at the PBR Bar. 9 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 2433270, vaudevillemews.com. No cover. Triple Play. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., All In The Family, 4249 Fleur Drive. 285-7173. No cover.

The Melodic, The Blank Tapes. 10 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 2433270, vaudevillemews.com. $10. Party of Four. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 11 a.m.-noon, GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St. .

unWINEd with Soul Searchers. Held on Gray’s Lake’s south terrace, with Jasper Winery wine, sangria and Madhouse Beer by the glass and bottle. The City of Des Moines will be cooking up food for purchase as well. 5:30-8:30 p.m., Gray’s Lake Park, 2101 Fleur Drive. 282-9463, jasperwinery.com. No cover.

The Comfort Zone Band. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Down Under Bar & Grill, 8350 Hickman Road, Clive. 278-6718, greatestbar.com. No cover. Route 66. 10 p.m.-1 a.m., Finish Line Show Lounge, Prairie Meadows Racetrack and Casino, 1 Prairie Meadows Drive, Altoona. 9671000, danceroute66.com. No cover. C.W. Smith. 7-9:30 p.m., Chocolaterie Stam, 2814 Ingersoll Ave. 282-9575, stamchocolate.com. No cover.

ORGANIZATIONS International North American Lily Society Lily Show & Conference. Lily Show featuring hundreds of lily stems from all over the United States and Canada. Attend the NALS Conference to learn more about breeding and care. Join us for our Lily Bus Tour of Iowa lily gardens. 1-5

SATURDAY Woman warrior Iowa National Guard member Miyoko Hikiji discusses her new book, “All I Could Be: My Story as a Woman Warrior,” from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Franklin Avenue Library, 5000 Franklin Ave. Free.

p.m., Sheraton West Des Moines Hotel, 1800 50th St., West Des Moines. 319-8621169, iowaregionallilysociety.com. w.lunn@mchsi.com. Free and open to the public.

SPORTS Iowa Festival of Racing. Signature events include the Prairie Meadows Cornhusker Handicap (Grade III), Iowa Derby (Grade III), and Iowa Oaks (Grade III). 6:30 p.m., Prairie Meadows Racetrack & Casino, 1 Prairie Meadows Drive, Altoona. 967-1000, prairiemeadows.com. marylou.coady@prairiemeadows.com. Admission is free.

3XW Downtown Destruction V. Live familyfriendly pro wrestling featuring the All Stars of the Midwest. 7:30 p.m., Baratta’s @ Forte, 615 Third St. 986-3300, brownpapertickets.com/event/364992. $7$21.Tickets available at Cup O’ Kryptonite, 2608 Beaver Ave.; and Jay’s CD & Hobby, 3315 S.E. 14th St., and online.

SHOWS/EXPOS

Moines. 223-6152, midwestselfreliancefestival.com. riobard469@gmail.com. $6 per day; $12 three-day pass. Ages under 12 free. Tickets available at the Val Air Ballroom on Wednesday and Friday from noon to 6 p.m. TicketWeb.

SPECIAL EVENTS Cocktail Cruise. Live music, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. 5:30 p.m., Cocktail Cruise. Live music, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. 7:30 p.m., Jon Anderson

White Riverboat, 799 Robert D. Ray Drive. 883-2628, port-of-desmoines.com. Reservations required. $25. MidwesTIX.

Altoona. 967-7950, captheatre.org. Limited seating available. $10; ages 17 and under $7; ages 60 and over $9. Brown Paper Tickets.

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ances by Stinketta Beaverhausen, Leo LaFlash, Maddie Moiselle, Phoenix L’Amour, Gin Appropriate, Mae the Force. Featuring Esme Rodriguez. Presenting Foxy the Wolf, Lady Hyde, Eva Nyx, Lucky Strike, Ella Faire. 8 p.m., Des Moines Social Club, The Kirkwood, 400 Walnut St. 288-3672, desmoinessocialclub.org. General admission $15, VIP $35. MidwesTIX.

THEATER Pippin The Musical. 7:30 p.m., Ames Community Theater of Recreation Service (ACTORS), 120 Abraham Drive, Ames. 515-292-2354, actorsinc.org. Reservations suggested. info@actorsinc.org. $20. Tickets available at Gallery 319, 310 Main St., by phone or at the door. The Wizard of Oz: Young Performers Edition. 7 p.m., Class Act Productions Theatre, 201 First Ave. S.,

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sat29 ART ArtFest Midwest: The Other Art Show. Annual juried fine art show, featuring 240 artists with works in paper, painting, drawing, sculpture, wood, metal printmaking, fiber & more. Free KidzduArt family art activities. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., William C. Knapp Varied Industries Building, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 278-6200, stookeyshows.com. sue stookey@att.net. Free admission, parking and shuttle to and from the Des Moines Arts Festival downtown.

AUTOS/ MOTORCYCLES Lucas Oil Knoxville Championship Cup Series. Sprint car racing, 6:45

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events p.m., Knoxville Raceway, Marion County Fairgrounds, 1000 N. Lincoln St., Knoxville. 641-842-5431, knox villeraceway.com. $15; ages 13-19 $8; ages 6-12 $4; ages 5 and under free. Pits $25.

MEGA Monster Tour. Monster trucks, plus tuft trucks & ATV races. 7:30 p.m., Grandstand, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 262-3111, mega promotionstour.com. $19 adults, $14 ages 3-12.

U.S. Heartland Open Lawn Mower Race. River Bottom Raceway, Highway 5 & S. Garfield St., Carlisle. 975-8487.

farm fresh eggs, local wines, cheeses, baked goods, and many varieties of Iowa raised meat, plus arts and crafts. 7 a.m.-noon, Historic Court District, Court Avenue between Water and Fifth Streets, desmoinesfarmers market.com. Farmers’ Market. J.C. Penney north parking lot. 8 a.m.-1 p.m., North Grand Mall, 2801 Grand Ave., Ames. 515-232-7930, north grandmall.com. Farmers’ Market. 8 a.m.noon, Warren County Fairgrounds, 1400 W. Second Ave., Indianola. 961-5861, warrencofair.com.

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Market at the Square. South side of the Square. 7-11 a.m., Indianola Town Square, 111 N. Buxton St., Indianola. 961-6269, market atthesquare.com.

FESTIVALS Des Moines Arts Festival. Experience the kinetic energy of art as manifested in 185 artist booths, artisan food and beverages, the cutting-edge Interrobang Film festival, national acts on the festival’s main stage and interactive art opportunities. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Western Gateway Park, 10th to 15th streets between Grand Avenue and Locust Street 286-4949, desmoinesarts festival.org. Free admission.

Togolese Cultural Festival. Show with performances, also food. 7 p.m., El Palacio Cultural Event Center, 8900 Hickman Road, Clive. 879-4131, https:// facebook.com/ElPalaciodsm. mamalausa@yahoo.com. Fun Days. A community celebration with fun events for all ages. Main events include a drive-in movie, motor show, and parade. Bands performing include the Burnin’ Sensations, Danny Grause and The Last Minute Band. City Park, West Locust and N.W. Third streets, Ogden. 491-5918, ogdenfundays.org. bret pierce@gmail.com.

FILMS Interrobang Film Festival. The festival combines a traditional film production festival with a public screening. Accepted films will be screened at various times throughout the three days of the Des Moines Arts Festival on June 28-30 in downtown Des Moines. Central Library, 1000 Grand Ave. 283-4152, dmpl.org. librarynews@dmpl.org.

FOOD/BOOZE East Village Tasting Tour. Explore the East Village and experience the eclectic culinary scene unique to this popular neighborhood. This threehour tour includes eight or more tastings. 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Andiamo Culinary Tours, 5121⁄2 E. Grand Ave., Suite 202, Des Moines. 288-8463, https:// bookwhen.com/andiamo culinarytours. Reservations required. andiamoculinary tours@gmail.com. Service fee is $45.

KARAOKE AJ’s on East Court, 419 E. Court Ave. Karaoke. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 282-1888. Two drink minimum. Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. 9 p.m.-1:30 a.m., 223-9944, billyjoes.com. Doc’s Lounge, 8805 Chambery Blvd., Johnston. 9 p.m.-2 a.m., 278-7090, docs injohnston.com. No cover. Stroll Inn Lounge, 805 17th Ave. S.W., Altoona. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 967-5024 info@strollinnlounge.com or Seach Stroll Inn Lounge on Facebook. No cover.

MUSIC Bryan Baker. 7-9:30 p.m., Chocolaterie Stam, 2814 Ingersoll Ave. 282-9575, stamchocolate.com. terrikey @stamchocolate.com. No cover. David McVicker. 7 p.m., Carl’s Place, 1620 Woodland Ave. 243-9727. No cover. B. John Burns. 9 p.m., Lot 33 Coffee Bar and Lounge, 3701 Ingersoll Ave. 4909647, bjohnburns.com. No cover. Joe Ghormley. 9 p.m., Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill, 3900 Merle Hay Road. 254-9330, joeghormley.com. No cover. The High Crest. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 277-7295, the greenwood.org. No cover.

SUNDAY All-star band The Des Moines Metro Concert Band and the Metro Big Band perform “An American Spectacular,” featuring Scott Smith, as part of Music Under the Stars, 7 p.m. at the Iowa state Capitol, East Ninth Street and Grand Avenue. Free.

Finnders & Youngberg at Prairie Days. Performance followed by fireworks display. 7 p.m., Garden Square Park, 120 E. Jefferson St., Prairie City. Free. Bob Pace. 4 p.m., Hawkeye Elks, Lodge No. 160, 1401 Walker St. 263-0954. $5 at the door.

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Moines Arts Festival. 1011:30 a.m., Rose Collela Trio. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. noon-2 p.m., Damani Phillips Quartet. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 2:30-4 p.m., Jazz and Wine Pavilion, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1425 Grand Ave. , desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free.

Bella Soul Big Band.

forming at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 6:30-8 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. , desmoinesarts festival.org. Free.

Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 4:30-6 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. , desmoinesarts festival.org. Free.

Rising Stars Show Choir.

Bella Soul Jazz Trio featuring Tina Findlay.

Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 1:302:30 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St.

Ames Choral Society Summer Concert. Presenting “From Sea to Shining Sea,” a concert of choral music in honor of our country’s Independence Day. The audience can join in singing a few numbers. 7 p.m., St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, 209 Colorado Ave., Ames. 515-232-5545, ameschoral .org. $5 individual, $10 family. At the door.

Origins: Official Roots After Party. Featuring Kinky Kyro, Hood-Tek, Mustafa Avdic, Mind Blur and The Tron Dolls. 9 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, the houseofbricks.com. $10. John Krantz Trio. John Krantz playing jazz standards at the piano with Wayne Page (tenor) and David Altemeier (bass), performing at the Des

Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 6:308:30 p.m., Jazz and Wine Pavilion, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1425 Grand Ave. , desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free.

Chuck’s Trio with Steve E. George. 7:30-10:30 p.m., Chuck’s Restaurant, 3610 Sixth Ave. 244-4104, chucks desmoines.com. No cover. Savannah Smith. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 9-10 p.m., Boteco. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 4:30-6 p.m., Jazz and Wine Pavilion, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1425 Grand Ave., desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free. Aaron Neville. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 8:30 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free. Oktane Gang. With SHMG, JRE, MSO, Chuck


dmJuice.com/events Taylor. 5:30 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 2433270, vaudevillemews.com. $5. Parksixty3. 2:30-6:30 p.m., The Gas Lamp, 1501 Grand Ave., Des Moines. 280-3778, facebook.com/pages/park sixty3/139335189423580.

Another Lost Year, Elisium, Hollowpoint. 9 p.m., Krazee Kafe, 1410 N.E. Broadway Ave. 264-9440, $5 ages 21+, $7 for ages 18-20. Shatter. 9 p.m., Bourbon Street Bar and Grill, 500 Army Post Road. 285-5733 No cover. Three Legged Dawg. 9 p.m., Star Bar, 2811 Ingersoll Ave. 244-0790, starbardsm .com. No cover. Throwing Toast. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., Mickey’s Irish Pub, 50 S.E. Laurel St., Waukee. 987-9604, mickeyswaukee .com. mickeyswaukee@ gmail.com. No cover. Triple Play. 9 p.m.-1 a.m., All In The Family, 4249 Fleur Drive. 285-7173. No cover. The Wheelers. With The Slats, The Poison Control Center, The Teddy Boys. 10 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaude villemews.com. $5. Bonne Finken. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 2:30-4 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free. The Feralings. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 5-6:30 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St. It’s Complicated. Performing during the Des Moines Arts Festival. 7-9:45 p.m., Pappajohn Sculpture Park, 1330 Grand Ave. , dmgov.org/Departments/ Parks/Pages/WesternGateway.aspx. Spicy Pickles. 8-11 p.m., Madhat Ballroom, 1751 28th St., Suite 312, West Des Moines. 490-3589, madhat ballroom.com. swingnlilly@ msn.com. $10 at the door.

MONDAY Heading north The Vermont band Face North plays at Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St., at 5 p.m. $10.

The Joe Negrete Experience. 8:30 p.m., Johnny Mac’s Bar and Grill, 2279 Hubbell Ave. 263-1186. No cover. Route 66. 10 p.m.-1 a.m., Finish Line Show Lounge, Prairie Meadows Racetrack and Casino, 1 Prairie Meadows Drive, Altoona. 9671000, danceroute66.com. No cover.

GROUPS Adoption Awareness Get Together. Shelter 1.

Downey Memorial Park, K Street and 17th Avenue, Indianola. 961-9420, india nolaiowa.gov. Parkrec@city ofindianola.com. Free.

SPORTS Arena Football: San Antonio Talons at Iowa Barnstormers. Arena Football League game. 7:05 p.m., Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, 730 Third St. 564-8000, theiowa barnstormers.com. Dahls Tickets.

Iowa Festival of Racing.

ORGANIZATIONS

Signature events include the Prairie Meadows Cornhusker Handicap (Grade III), Iowa Derby (Grade III), and Iowa Oaks (Grade III). 6:30 p.m., Prairie Meadows Racetrack & Casino, 1 Prairie Meadows Drive, Altoona. 967-1000, prairiemeadows.com. mary lou.coady@prairiemeadows .com. Admission is free.

International North American Lily Society Lily Show & Conference.

Soccer: Des Moines Menace Exhibition Game. 7:30 p.m., Valley

Featuring speakers from the Iowa adoption community. 1 p.m., Grandview Park Tennis Courts, 3230 Easton Blvd. 218-0715 RSVP on Facebook at Adoption Awareness Get Together. peggykimmel1963@gmail .com. Free.

Lily Show featuring hundreds of lily stems from all over the United States and Canada. Attend the NALS Conference to learn more about breeding and care. Join us for our Lily Bus Tour of Iowa lily gardens. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sheraton West Des Moines Hotel, 1800 50th St., West Des Moines. 319862-1169, iowaregionallily society.com. Free and open to the public.

PETS Bark Party. Dog owner tips, dog massage demo, people snacks, dog treats, prizes, music and special contests. Results of Walk a Hound, Lose a Pound Club will also be announced. Rain date: June 30 at 4 p.m. 9:30 a.m., Indianola OffLeash Dog Playground,

Stadium, 4440 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines. 457-6366, menacesoccer .com. Ages 19 and older $9; ages 5 to 18 $7; field-level V.I.P. $20. Available for purchase at stadium on game day.

Dig It For the House. Teams of six (3 men and 3 women) are encouraged to brush up on their volleyball skills for a fun tournament. Registration includes team entry, lunch, and water. Drinks are available for purchase. Raffle prizes and auction items to be given away. 9 a.m.-2 p.m., The Sands Volleyball Club, 6214 Grand Ave. 243-2111, rmhdesmoines.org/dig-itfor-the-house-volleyballtournament. Register online. jack@rmhdesmoines .org. $120.

SHOWS/EXPOS Gun Show. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Bruce L. Rastetter 4-H Exhibits Building, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 888-552-1486, iowa statefair.com.

Midwest Self Reliance Festival. 30-plus vendors, free conceal carry permits, keynote speakers include Jackie Clay, Jack Spirko, Dr. Bones & Nurse Amy, and more. Classes on suturing, beekeeping, cheese and soap making, cooking with a sun oven and more. Fun for the whole family. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Val Air Ballroom, 301 Ashworth Road, West Des Moines. 223-6152, midwestselfreliancefestival .com. $6 per day; $12 threeday pass. Ages under 12 free. Tickets available at the Val Air Ballroom on Wednesday and Friday from noon to 6 p.m. TicketWeb.

Nurturing a Student’s Vision Ceremony. At the Des Moines Arts Festival. 10-11:30 a.m., Roberto the Magnificent. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 12:30-1 p.m. and 3-3:30 p.m., Farrell’s U.S. Martial Arts. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 4-4:30 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St.

THEATER Something’s Afoot. A murder mystery musical is based on And Then There Were None (a.k.a. Ten Little Indians) and will use automated special effects to portray the mystery and the magic of a typical Agatha Christie ‘whodunnit.’ 8 p.m., IVCCD Orpheum Theater Center, 220 E. Main St., Marshalltown. 641-844-

5919, OrpheumCenter.com. $18, $12 for students and children.

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. This popular one-act musical comedy will be presented on our stage by History Boy Theatre from Jefferson. 7 p.m., Warren Cultural Center, 154 Public Square, Greenfield. warren culturalcenter.com. warrenoperahouse@hotmail.com. Adults $12, students $8. Tickets on sale online or at Ed & Eva’s, 154 Public Square, Greenfield. Pippin The Musical. 7:30 p.m., Ames Community Theater of Recreation Service (ACTORS), 120 Abraham Drive, Ames. 515-292-2354, actorsinc.org. Reservations suggested. info@actorsinc .org. $20. Tickets available at Gallery 319, 310 Main St., by phone or at the door.

SOCIAL EVENTS Garden Tour & Sangria Summer Soltice Celebration. Join us as we celebrate the Arts at St. John’s. See web site for information about the garden tour. 7:30 p.m., Private Residence, Des Moines. , stjohnsdsm.org/ finearts. Donations accepted at each garden and at the celebration party. Parking available at Hubbell/ Roosevelt school lots.

SPECIAL EVENTS Cocktail Cruise. Live music, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. 5 p.m., Jon Anderson White Riverboat, 799 Robert D. Ray Drive. 883-2628, portof-desmoines.com. Reservations required. $25. MidwesTIX. Dinner Cruise. Three course dinner cruise. A cash bar will be available. 7:15 p.m., Jon Anderson White Riverboat, 799 Robert D. Ray Drive. 883-2628, portof-desmoines.com. Reservations required. $50. MidwesTIX.

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events The Wizard of Oz: Young Performers Edition. 7 p.m., Class Act Productions Theatre, 201 First Ave. S., Altoona. 967-7950, capthea tre.org. Limited seating available. $10; ages 17 and under $7; ages 60 and over $9. Brown Paper Tickets.

Underbusted: Stinketta’s Strip Off. Appearances by Stinketta Beaverhausen, Leo LaFlash, Maddie Moiselle, Phoenix L’Amour, Gin Appropriate, Mae the Force. Featuring Esme Rodriguez. 8 p.m., Des Moines Social Club, The Kirkwood, 400 Walnut St.

288-3672, desmoinessocialclub.org. General Admission $15, VIP $35. MidwesTIX.

paper, painting, drawing, sculpture, wood, metal printmaking, fiber & more. Free KidzduArt family art activities. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., William C. Knapp Varied Industries Building, Iowa State Fairgrounds, 3000 E. Grand Ave. 278-6200, stookeyshows.com. suestookey@att.net. Free admission, parking & shuttle to and from the Des Moines Art Festival held downtown.

are open to the public; no one is pre-cast. “Lord of the Flies” contains roles for 12-20 boys and girls, ages 9-16. Performances are Aug. 23-31. 6 p.m., Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 277-6261, dmplayhouse.com.

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Des Moines Playhouse. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 11:30 a.m.-noon, GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St.

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Free Flicks: “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey.” Shown on a

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FOOD/BOOZE Sunday FUNday. $1 off all bar cocktails and beers all day long. Full kitchen menu until 10 p.m. Mickey’s Irish Pub, 50 S.E. Laurel St., Waukee. 987-9604, mickeyswau kee.com. mickeyswaukee@ gmail.com.

energy of art as manifested in 185 artist booths, artisan food and beverages, the cutting-edge Interrobang Film festival, national acts on the festival’s mainstage and interactive art opportunities. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Western Gateway Park, 10th to 15th streets between Grand Avenue and Locust Street. 286-4949, desmoinesartsfest ival.org. mpforts@downtowndesmoines.com. Free.

Kamrar Celebration and Free Car Show. Lions pancake breakfast, community wide church service, free car & Motorcycle show (over 100 cars in 2012) kids’ pedal tractor pull. Kamrar, 539-4346 kamrar@netins .net.

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25-foot portable screen, beginning after sunset. Blankets and lawn chairs are encouraged. People are free to bring their own food and drinks as concessions will not be provided for purchase. 9 p.m., Ashby Park, 3200 38th St. 237-1456, dmgov.org/Departments/ Parks/Pages/FreeFlicks.aspx. bafunk@dmgov.org. Admission is free.

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Afton Pre-Fourth Celebration. Contests, entertainment, food, church service and games. Afton, 641-347-5224, aftoniowa .com. actyhall@iowatele com.ent.

KARAOKE AJ’s on East Court, 419 E. Court Ave. Karaoke. 7-11 p.m., 282-1888, facebook.com/ajsoneastcourt. ajsoneastcourt@gmail.com. Ellis Island, 1831 Hubbell Ave. Company’s Comin’ Karaoke. 8 p.m., 266-4745 jreyn81848@aol.com. Hessen Haus, 101 Fourth St. Party! Party! The Ultimate Karaoke Band. 9:30 p.m., 288-2520, Facebook.com/partyparty karaokeband. No cover.

MUSIC Bookends at the Bandshell. 6-8 p.m., Bandshell Park, 125 E. Fifth St., Ames. . Free. Larry Myer. 3 p.m., Prairie Moon Winery, 3801 W. 190th St., Ames. 515-232-

2747, prairiemoonwinery .com.

World Music Sundays. 9 p.m., Star Bar, 2811 Ingersoll Ave. 244-0790, starbardsm .com. No cover. Abby Normal. 3-6 p.m., Summerset Winery, 15101 Fairfax St., Indianola. 9613545, summersetwine.com. $3 per person or $10 a car. Claire Norman. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 10-11:30 a.m., Guide One Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St. Mary McAdams. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 10 a.m.-noon, Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free.

Chad Elliott at Roosevelt Summer Sundays. Free outdoor concert; bring your own lawn chair or blanket. 7 p.m., Roosevelt Park, Ninth Street & Roosevelt Avenue, Ames. summer sundays.org. contact@sum mersundays.org. Dave Rezek Trio. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 10 a.m.-noon, NOLA Jazz Band. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 1-2 p.m., Jazz and Wine Pavilion, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1425 Grand Ave. , desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free. Tony Valdez. Live music in a peaceful rural environment with beautiful shade trees and bucolic atmosphere. View the open countryside from multilevel decks. 2 p.m., Snus Hill Vineyard & Winery, 2183 320th St., Madrid. 201-9694, snushillwine.com. No cover. Max Wellman. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 3-5 p.m., Jazz and


dmJuice.com/events Wine Pavilion, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1425 Grand Ave. , desmoinesartsfest ival.org. Free. Cellar Dwellers. 3 p.m., Team 36 Bar and Grill, 101 Second St. N.W., Mitchellville. 957-0360. No cover.

Les Nessman, Origami Animals, The Lighthouse Band. 5 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, the houseofbricks.com. $6.

The Rocket Summer. With Final Alibi, The Olympics, A Better Reality. 8 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm.com. $13-$15. Ticketfly.

Central Iowa Music Lab. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 12:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Aviva Main Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1201 Locust St. , desmoinesartsfestival.org. Free. Zach Svoboda. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 3:30-5 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St. Music in the Park. Pop and popcorn to be sold. Take a walk in the rose garden. 7 p.m., Haines Park, 606 Fifth Ave. S.E., Altoona. Free admission.

Music Under The Stars. The Des Moines Metro Concert Band performs “An American Spectacular” followed by the Metro Big Band featuring special guest vocalist and Des Moines jazz legend Scott Smith. 7 p.m., West Terrace, Iowa State Capitol Complex, Finkbine Drive & E. Grand Ave. 2551398, starmusicdm.org. Free.

Sunday Night Jam with the T-Bone Band. Free pool on Sundays. 7-11 p.m., Stroll Inn Lounge, 805 17th Ave. S.W., Altoona. 9675024 info@strollinnlounge .com or Seach Stroll Inn Lounge on Facebook. Free.

SHOWS/EXPOS Gun Show. 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Bruce L. Rastetter 4-H Exhib-

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Midwest Self Reliance Festival. 30+ vendors, free conceal carry permits, keynote speakers include Jackie Clay, Jack Spirko, Dr. Bones & Nurse Amy, and more. Classes on suturing, beekeeping, cheese & soap making, cooking with a sun oven & more. Fun for the whole family. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Val Air Ballroom, 301 Ashworth Road, West Des Moines. 223-6152, midwest selfreliancefestival.com. $6 per day; $12 three-day pass. Ages under 12 free. Tickets available at the Val Air Ballroom on Wednesday and Friday from noon to 6 p.m. TicketWeb.

SINGLES Singles Again Walk in the Woods. Meet on the south side area of Sycamore Access to walk toward Saylorville Visitors Center. 1 p.m., Neal Smith Trail Sycamore Access, N.W. 66th Ave., Des Moines (Saylor Township). 277-9986.

SPECIAL EVENTS “Remembering Our Fallen” Exhibit. A reminder of the ultimate sacrifice made by over 80 Iowans killed in The War on Terror while wearing our country’s uniform in Afghanistan or Iraq. Scheels All Sports, 101 Jordan Creek Parkway, Suite 4000, West Des Moines. 727-4065, rememberingourfallen.org. jiblazek@scheelssports.com. Open to the Public.

Roberto the Magnificent. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 11:30 a.m.-noon and 1:30-2 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage, Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St.

Flying Eagles Acrobalance Troupe. Performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival. 2:30-3 p.m., GuideOne Performing Arts Stage,

Des Moines Arts Festival, 1516 Locust St. desmoines artsfestival.org.

THEATER Pippin The Musical. 2 p.m., Ames Community Theater of Recreation Service (ACTORS), 120 Abraham Drive, Ames. 515-292-2354, actorsinc.org. Reservations suggested. info@actorsinc .org. $20. Tickets available at Gallery 319, 310 Main St., by phone or at the door. The Wizard of Oz: Young Performers Edition. 2:30 p.m., Class Act Productions Theatre, 201 First Ave. S., Altoona. 967-7950, captheatre.org. Limited seating available. $10; ages 17 and under $7; ages 60 and over $9. Brown Paper Tickets.

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works after Friday’s game. 7:05 p.m., Principal Park, 1 Line Drive. 243-6111, iowa cubs.com. $10 reserved grandstand, $7 general admission. Box seats also available.

Findlay Family Fun Fest.

The Comic Masters.

KARAOKE Billy Joe’s Lounge, 1701 25th St., West Des Moines. 9 p.m., 223-9944, billyjoes .com.

7 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 2777295, thegreenwood.org. No cover.

Synergy Monday Jazz Series with The Lacona Quartet. Music begins with a jam session to follow at 8 p.m. Musicians of all ages are invited to sit in. 6:30 p.m., El Palacio Cultural Event Center, 8900 Hickman Road, Clive. 669-6331, synergyjazz.org. bbergren1728 @gmail.com. $5. Northern Faces. 5:30 p.m., Vaudeville Mews, 212 Fourth St. 243-3270, vaude villemews.com. $10.

The Uncluded (Aesop Rock & Kimya Dawson). With Hamell On Trial. 7 p.m., Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm .com. $18-$20. Ticketfly.

SPORTS Baseball: Memphis Redbirds at Iowa Cubs. Fire-

Shotgun start at 1 p.m. A local comic will be added to each group. This includes golf, cart, beer, brats and burgers after the round, and each comic doing four minutes of their best material. 1 p.m., Willow Creek Golf Course, 140 Army Post Road, West Des Moines. 285-4558, willowgolf.com. To register, call or go online. 18 foursomes at $300 a piece ($75 per golfer).

SPECIAL EVENTS Food in the Gardens: Tonic Teas. Join herbalist Lynn Parkey for a class exploring the preparation of tonic teas, the oldest form of medicine. Reiman Gardens, 1407 University Blvd., Ames. 515-294-2710, reiman gardens.com. Reservations suggested. reimangardens @iastate.edu. $12 for members, $15 for general public. ISU students pay 15 percent off member price.

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THEATER Play Reading Series: “Speaking in Tongues.” 7 p.m., Des Moines Community Playhouse, 831 42nd St. 277-6261, dmplayhouse .com. Free; beverages available for purchase.

tue2 AUTOS/ MOTORCYCLES The Big Ticket Clash. IMCA Hobby Stocks and Sport Compacts in competition as well. Pits open at 5:15 p.m., grandstands at 5:30 p.m., races start at 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m., Marshalltown Speedway, Central Iowa Fairgrounds, 1308 E. Olive St., Marshalltown. 641-753-3671, marshalltown speedway.com. Adults $9; ages 11 and under $2; ages 65+ $7. Weekly show pit passes $22.

FARMERS MARKETS Eastside Farmers Market. Held in the parking lot. 3-6 p.m., Collectamania, 3200 Delaware Ave. 2614550.

Farmers Market. At the City Hall parking lot. Featuring fruit, vegetables, baked goods, kettle corn, eggs, crafts, BBQ, live music. 3:306:30 p.m., Johnston City Hall, 6221 Merle Hay Road, Johnston. 278-0939, cityof johnston.com. andrsnjudy@ mchsi.com. Farmers Market. Courthouse Square. 4-6:30 p.m., Greene County Courthouse, 114 N. Chestnut, Jefferson. 370-2436, jeffersoniowa.com. chris.henning.50059 @gmail.com. Beaverdale Farmers Market. Vendors offering fresh produce, baked goods, locally produced meats and hand-crafted wares. 4:307:30 p.m., Boesen The Florist, 3422 Beaver Ave. 2383245, beaverdalefarmfest .com. info@beaverdalefarmersmarket.org.

KARAOKE 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

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MUSIC Joe Ghormley. 9 p.m., Lot 33 Coffee Bar and Lounge, 3701 Ingersoll Ave. 4909647, joeghormley.com. No cover. The Highroller Express. 9 p.m., Greenwood Lounge, 3707 Ingersoll Ave. 2777295, thegreenwood.org. cubs36@hotmail.com. No cover.

The Soul Searchers at the Beaverdale Farmers Market. 4:30-7:30 p.m., Boesen The Florist, 3422 Beaver Ave. 279-8487, beaverdalefarmersmarket .org. dldunham@dwx.com. Free.

Music in the Park with the Party Gras Classic Jazz Band. Free beverages provided by Bankers Trust, free snow cones by the Windsor Heights Lions Club and free popcorn by the Windsor Heights Foundation. 7 p.m., Colby Park, 6900 School St., Windsor Heights. 255-6367, windsor heights.org. geojanh@msn .com. Admission is free. I See Stars. With Stick To Your Guns, Attila, Ice Nine Kills, Handguns. 5:30-8 p.m.,

Wooly’s, 504 E. Locust St. 244-0550, woolysdm.com. $16-$18. Ticketfly.

Jason Charles Miller. With Wild Eyed Southern Boys, From Hated to Heroes. 5:30 p.m., The House of Bricks, 525 E. Grand Ave. 727-4370, thehouseofbricks .com. $10. Ticketfly.

SPORTS Baseball: Memphis Redbirds at Iowa Cubs. Fireworks after Friday’s game. 7:05 p.m., Principal Park, 1 Line Drive. 243-6111, iowacubs.com. $10 Reserved Grandstand, $7 General Admission. Box seats also available.

RECREATION Birds of Iowa. Come learn about some common and not so common Iowa birds. You’ll have an opportunity to see a variety of bird mounts and learn about bird characteristics. Afterward we’ll take a short walk to the bird blind to view birds. Meet at Shelter #6. 2-3 p.m., Jester Park, 11407 N.W. Jester Park Drive, Granger. 323-5366, leading yououtdoors.org. pccb_info @polkcountyiowa.gov. Free.


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dmJuice.com / events Dark Star Orchestra (July 3): The Grateful Dead cover band performs as part of Nitefall on the River at 5:30 p.m. at the Simon Estes Amphitheater, 75 E. Locust St. Pert Near Sandstone opens. $20-$25 through ticketfly.com. Yankee Doodle Pops (July 3): The Des Moines Symphony celebrates our nation’s birth with the 20th annual Yankee Doodle Pops, starting at 8:30 p.m. on the west terrace of the Iowa state Capitol, 1007 E. Grand Ave. Free. Go to dmsym phony.org. Jazz in July (July 3-27): Metro Arts highlights great jazz musicians performing in Iowa with 15 free concerts over the course of the month. It kicks off with the Turner Center Jazz Orchestra playing a 6:30 p.m. July 3 concert at the Iowa state Capitol, 1007 E. Grand Ave., before the Yankee Doodle Pops concert, and the series wraps up July 27 at West Glen Town Center, 5465 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines, with the Freddy Gazzo Band and Dave Rezek’s Alpha State Agents. Free. Go to jazzinjuly.com. 80/35 Music Festival (July 5-6): David Byrne & St. Vincent and Wu-Tang Clan headline the sixth annual eclectic music festival in Western Gateway Park. Deerhunter, Yeasayer, Umphrey’s McGee, Wavves and a few dozen other acts fill out the lineup. $39 per day or $65 for both days. Go to 80-35.com for more details. Justin Bieber (July 7): Look, we’re not going to judge you. If you want to go to the “Believe World Tour,” it’s your call. The Bieb takes the stage at 7 p.m. at Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. $39.50-$95 through dahlstickets.com. Brandi Carlile (July 7): If you want a musical experience with fewer screaming teenagers, “The Story” singer performs at 7 p.m. as part of Nitefall on the River at the Simon Estes Amphitheater, 75 E. Locust St. $30 through ticketfly.com. “Legally Blonde The Musical” (July 12-Aug. 4): “Legally Blonde” — Reese Witherspoon + original songs = “Legally Blonde The Musical.”

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Performances are 7:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. $21-$36 through dmplayhouse.com. The Color Run (July 13): A 5K race that will leave you looking like someone threw a box of Sweet Tarts in with your laundry. 9 a.m. at the Iowa state Capitol, 1007 E. Grand Ave. $45-$50. Go to thecolorrun.com/des-moines. Iowa Shakespeare Experience (July 11-21): “The Passion of Othello” is performed at 6 p.m. July 18-21 at the Simon Estes Amphitheater, 75 E. Locust St. Various other productions will be performed at venues around town, most of which are free. Go to absolutelywicked.org for the full schedule. Phil Vassar (July 18): “In a Real Love” and “Just Another Day in Paradise” country singer Phil Vassar performs at 8 pm. at the Val Air Ballroom, 301 Ashworth Road, West Des Moines. $30-$75 through Ticketmaster. Cinema Under the Stars: “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (July 19): Try to erase memories of “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” with a showing of the best Indiana Jones movie at 7 p.m. outside the Science Center of Iowa, 401 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway. Free. Go to sciowa.org. Cornstalk Des Moines (July 19-21): Celebrate Iowa’s cash crop with the VIP dinner, Cornball, at 6 p.m. July 19 at Living History Farms; the Cornmeal tasting event and the all-you-can-eat sweet corn Cornucopia, both July 20 at The Venue; and the Cornholio cornhole tournament July 21 at Exile Brewery. Go to cornstalkdsm.com. Brewfest (July 20): Enjoy unlimited samples of more than 450 beers from 3 to 7 p.m. at Principal Park, 1 Line Drive. $23 in advance or $10 for designated drivers. Go to brewfestdsm.com.

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Iowa Bacon Bowl (July 20): The creators of the

Blue Ribbon Bacon Festival present the Iowa Bacon Bowl at 3 p.m. at Wells Fargo Arena, 730 Third St. The event starts with a tailgate featuring bacon-inspired dishes from local restaurants and live music. It ends with the Iowa Barnstormers taking on the Utah Blaze, with the winner getting the Iowa Bacon Bowl trophy. $25. Go to dahlstickets.com. RAGBRAI (July 21-27): Ride from Council Bluffs to Fort Madison as part of the Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa. For the first time in 16 years the ride includes a stop in Des Moines. $150 for the week or $25 per day. Go to ragbrai.com. RAGBRAI Concert (July 23): Nineties acts Everclear, Live, Filter and Sponge play a free concert for thousands of sweaty cyclists starting at 11 a.m. in the RAGBRAI events village along the Principal Riverwalk. Go to ragbrai.com. “Jersey Boys” (July 24-Aug 4): The Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, 221 Walnut St., hosts the Tony Award-winning musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons. $25-$125. Go to ticketmaster.com. Italian American Heritage Festival (July 26-27): Take in awesome food, live music, comedy, competitions and more in Western Gateway Park. Free before 5 p.m., $5 after 5 p.m. Go to italianfestivalofiowa.com. National Balloon Classic (July 26-Aug. 3): The Indianola Balloon Grounds host the 43rd annual National Balloon Classic with rides, demonstrations and more. Free in mornings, $3 for evening flights. Go to nationalballoon classic.com. Ted Nugent (July 26): The Nuge returns to play the Val Air Ballroom, 301 Ashworth Road, West Des Moines, with opener Laura Wilde. $30. Go to ticketweb.com. Wednesday, June 26, 2013 61


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Medical Technologist / Technician Cass County Memorial Hospital in Atlantic, IA is looking for a 72 hour per 2-week pay period MT/MLT to join their excellent Laboratory Services team. 11am- 8:30pm, also coverage as needed for vacations and holidays. ASCP Certification or equivalent required.

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Cass County Memorial Hospital

Attn: Human Resources 1501 E. 10th St. Atlantic, IA 50022 712-243-3250 EOE

Insurance Compliance Specialist

Established MGA/ MGU seeking Insurance Compliance Specialist. Responsible for sustaining state regulations, licensing, reporting, rating and ISO policy forms in fifty states for CGL. Proficiency to research, analyze and implement changes. Prefer insurance compliance and/or underwriting experience with efficiency in excel. Company offers a great facility/working environment and benefits package.

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Associated Electric Cooperative Inc. (AECI) is currently seeking an Engineer stationed at AECI’s Thomas Hill Power Plant. More information about the position and a job application may be found online in the job applicant section of AECI’s website at

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The Clarinda Mental Health Institute, located in Clarinda, IA is recruiting qualified applicants for the position of Administrator of Nursing. The Clarinda Mental Health Institute is a 35 bed mental health institution serving acute adult and geriatric psychiatric patients. Preferred candidates will have proven leadership experience managing change within this demanding and rewarding field. As a member of the facility management team, the AON develops strategies to meet current needs while positioning the facility for future program or service demands.

Custodian/ Janitorial Position Windsor Windows & Doors, an industry leading window manufacturer, has an immediate opening for a custodian employee. This position is at our divisional headquarters facility, located in West Des Moines, Iowa. The qualified candidate will need to work independently to maintain a clean and healthy environment for all employees. The individual must be able to prioritize the work duties and complete daily routine tasks. This includes cleaning the plant area, offices, and restrooms on a repetitive basis. Previous custodial experience a plus. Windsor offers a competitive compensation and benefits package along with an excellent environment.

Applicants must have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with a minimum of seven years of progressive responsibility; including supervisory responsibility in psychiatric nursing or a Master of Science in Nursing with a minimum of 5 years of progressive responsibility in psychiatric nursing. All applicants must hold or be eligible to hold a State of Iowa license. Preference will be given to candidates who have their BSN or MSN in psychiatric nursing. Applications will be accepted until 07/19/2013.

Pre-employment drug screen required. If you are interested in joining our team, please send resume to:

Windsor Windows and Doors

Attn: HR Manager 900 South 19th Street West Des Moines, Iowa 50265 lmallaney@windsorwindows.com

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a manufacturer of concrete paving machinery, is seeking an Operations Manager to help lead the business.

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The successful candidate will have experience in metal fabrication, hydraulics, electronics, Lean/Six Sigma and a record of manufacturing

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Old Dutch Foods is now accepting applications for a Route Salesperson position in the Des Moines /Ames area.

• Excellent Starting Salary • Excellent Benefit Program • Route Experience Preferred Please send resumes to:

Old Dutch Foods 2221 Burnett Ave. Ames, IA 50010-4869 No phone calls, please.

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\ Electrical \ \ Plumbing \ \ HVAC \ Proctor Mechanical Corporation is one of Iowa’s leading mechanical contractors who have been in business since 1932. We want to grow our team of skilled craftsmen and are hiring journeymen and laborers for the following trades: Plumbing, Sheetmetal and Electrical. We offer competitive wages and benefits plus an apprenticeship for those wanting to learn the trade.

Please visit our website

www.proctor-mech.com to find out more about PMC. Please apply in person to:

1100 Hoak Drive West Des Moines, IA between 8-4, Mon-Fri.

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We are an Affirmative Action EOE employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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