As the only Iowan in the cast of the Broadway revival of “The Music Man,” Drew Minard has been asked more than once if “Iowa Stubborn” holds true.
Blacksmithing may have once been considered a thing of the past, but local artists keep the tradition alive.
This will be the first return visit since the 2017-18 holiday season.
Quad-Cities theaters will perform holiday shows throughout December.
Sebben's photo of the American Queen docked in Bettendorf will be produced as part of a stamp collection, with photos representing each state …
It's A Mystery will perform its first show of Skellington Manor's season on Nov. 12.
Pieces from "Art on Lockdown" will be on display at the Quad City Arts gallery through Dec. 3.
The "Art on Lockdown" exhibition, housed in Quad City Arts Gallery at 1715 Second Ave., Rock Island, will be on display, with pieces for sale,…
Patrons can visit dozens of tattoo shops throughout the Twin Cities, each with their own unique tattooists and art styles.
The Circa '21 Speakeasy will hold performances of "The Rocky Horror Show" throughout the last two weeks of October.
"Breakfast on Pluto," the new exhibition from Cedar Rapids artist Jane Gilmor, will show until Feb. 6 in the Figge Art Museum Katz Gallery.
The comedy musical about disenchanted princesses will run Sept. 17-Nov. 6.
Playcrafters Barn Theatre will bring five shows to its Mainstage and three to its Barn Owl series in 2022.
"Saturday Night Fever" will premiere July 16 and run through Sept. 11 at Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse.
People can come watch cast members perform on top of the Circa '21 marquee Aug. 10 in Rock Island.
The award-winning musical "Rent," "The Simon & Garfunkel Story," the newly staged production of "Fiddler on the Roof," the record-breaking…
Comedian Brian Regan will perform at the Adler Theatre in Davenport in July.
Quad-City Music Guild will perform its July and August shows in person.
Quad-City Music Guild plans to stream its June show, "Monty Python's Spamalot."
Circa ‘21 is requesting online submissions for their upcoming production of Beehive: The ‘60s Musical.
Elsewhere in the north central Iowa area, the Fort Dodge Historic Preservation Commission received $12,084 to put toward a rehabilitation plan.
It’s no bull: Viewers will see a lot of Quad-City faces in the pilot for a limited television series.