Designer Carolina Herrera, once said, “A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman – it must reflect the personality and style of the bride.” Along with the love, care, and passion that is reflected in your relationship, a wedding dress also needs to reflect the nature of the bride as an individual. As a bride, you have a dream of what that dress will be, and the realistic budget that must come with it. Now as a bride-to-be myself, I can attest to how true this is — a dream dress and a budget aren’t always the easiest pair to find…. Or are they?
Make plans to join the Quad Cities community at the Quad City Symphony Riverfront Pops Concert – The Beatles’ Greatest Hits on Saturday, August 19.
Bring chairs, blankets, food, coolers, family and friends to LeClaire Park in Iowa. You can also buy concessions from some of your local favorites. Set out your picnic spread and enjoy the show!
The sun is shining down, and the heat is a’blazin’! In the Midwest, you know it is the heat of the summer and it’s not going to cool down anytime soon — so where does that leave us? Ready for a day at the pool!
Everything doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg in order to have some fun with friends, family and/or your little ones. In the Quad Cities, take a look below at all the free fun we have going on around here!
The Quad Cities is home to many outdoor adventures. From the riverfront trails to the parks filled with nature paths, there is ample opportunity for runners, walkers, hikers and bikers to get active and enjoy the beautiful scenery this area has to offer.
“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, we hope you will enjoy the show…”
And “enjoy the show” is certainly what Beatles fans did for decades after the band premiered in the late 1950s/early 1960s. Even after the band disbanded in 1969-70, their music continues to live on for all the generations following.
Now, fans old and new have the chance to relive the decade of some of the greatest rock music to ever exist through the Putnam Museum’s new exhibit, The Magical History Tour: A Beatles Exhibition.
Learning how to be prepared for the workforce is an essential part of life – whether you are almost ready to graduate college or you have gone back to school in search of a new career. Even the most seasoned career men and women should look for occasions for professional development, brush up on their resume, and seek career advancement opportunities.
Fair Week is the most talked about summer event in the Quad Cities area next to the Bix 7. Summer nights. The roar of the crowd. Fried food. And of, course, country music. There’s nothing like it.
Time to lace up those running shoes hit the road again for the trademark Quad-Cities race of the summer: the Bix 7.
Beginning in 1975, the idea from the race came from John Hudetz, who wanted to bring the liveliness he experienced at the 1974 Boston Marathon to the Quad-Cities area. The idea sparked the seven-mile road race, marking the first time anyone in the QC area was allowed to run on the physical street for a road race.
Over the past three years, comic books have become the rising stars of the entertainment industry. With superheroes like the Flash, Arrow Supergirl, Batman and Spiderman coming to life in hit television series or movies to even non-superhero Archie coming to television with the twisted take on Riverdale, comic book roots have stolen our hearts. Now, the Quad Cities is jumping on the bandwagon to provide their own Comic Con event this summer.
With over 100 artists, special guests and exhibitions, the event is sure to be a hit. It will take place Saturday, June 4th from 10-6 and Sunday, June 5th from 10-5. Tickets are $10 for those above age 12. Save an extra $5 by grabbing a weekend pass that allows you to attend the whole weekend for 15! Head on over to the Mississippi Valley Fair Grounds in Davenport this Saturday and Sunday to get the comic book experience. Find out more on their website, here.