A Delicious and Melodious Night in Japan

By Maggie Christianson On October 25th, 2017 the Edward and Cathy Gallagher Arts at Clarke series hosted A Night In Japan in Jansen Music Hall. The event, starting at 7:00pm,  began with music ensembles from Clarke under the direction of Andrew Alegria and David Resnick and concluded Tsukasa Taiko’s Japanese drumming performance.  Alongside these acts, the series provided food options ranging from sushi to matcha white chocolate mousse before the event at … Continue reading A Delicious and Melodious Night in Japan

Quick After Class Halloween Costumes With Makeup

Check out this video by Maggie Christianson and Lauryn Pritchard if you woke up this morning with the realization that you have no costume for the holiday. These makeup tutorials will help you with that last second Halloween costume, using the materials you already have in your room (and maybe from a quick Target run). Continue reading Quick After Class Halloween Costumes With Makeup

A Taste of the 50’s

Each Friday and Saturday night, two films play back to back in a lot 5 miles south of Maquoketa off Highway 61. In a generation that constantly refers to the aesthetic of the 1950’s, there’s nothing more beautifully cliché than a drive-in theater. The 61 Drive-In is authentic in its vintage appeal, opening in 1950, being taken over by its current owner, Dennis Voy, in … Continue reading A Taste of the 50’s

The National Mississippi River Museum Offers More Than You Might Expect

National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium here in Dubuque has much to offer the community. There are new rotating exhibits every couple of months while offering the always interesting aquarium with fresh and salt water creatures, outdoor nature environments, historical boats and buildings you can interact with, and so much more. Running from February 11th to April 23rd, Top Secret: License to Spy was an exciting … Continue reading The National Mississippi River Museum Offers More Than You Might Expect