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|Date||August 27, 2019|
|Time||4:00 PM - 6:00 PM|
|Location||Coralville Public Library
1401 5th St.
Coralville, IA 52241
|Cost||Free and open to the public|
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IOWA CITY -- On August 23rd Iowa City Animal Services received notification of a citizen who was bitten by a dog. According to the information provided, the bite occurred on the side walk on Burlington St. between Van Buren and Johnson St. The victim was walking and stopped to pet the dog who was being walked by its owner. The dog is described as a black and tan German Shephard with erect ears being walked by a white male. The bite occurred on Friday August 23rd at 1:30 in the morning.
Iowa City Animal Services is seeking information if anyone has details on the dog. Animal Services needs to verify the dog is current on the rabies vaccination. This will keep the victim from having to go through the rabies shot series. If anyone has any information about the identity of the dog owner, they are encouraged to contact Iowa City Animal Services directly at 356-5295 ext. or The Iowa City Police Department at (319) 356-6800.
Correction: A previous version of this release contained a broken link to the online program guide. That has been corrected in this release.
Adults 50 and older who are looking to stay active, curious, and connected are invited to participate in programs at The Center this fall. Learn a new language, join a choir, or master a computer course. With hundreds of different classes and activities to choose from, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The program guide for September - December 2019 is available to view online.
Anyone age 50 and older can register for individual classes or join as a member, regardless of whether or not they live in Iowa City. As a member, enjoy the full Center experience, which includes extended hours and access to fitness rooms, the computer lab, and some classes. Members also have access to a discounted parking program in the connecting ramp.
IOWA CITY -- Weather permitting, beginning on Monday August 26, 2019, Keokuk Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic in both directions between Hollywood Boulevard and Southgate Avenue to facilitate street pavement repairs. It is anticipated normal traffic will resume on August 30th.
Motorists are encouraged to allow extra travel time during this time period as delays may occur. As always, caution should be exercised when driving through all construction areas.
For updated information on road construction in Iowa City, visit www.icgov.org/travelalerts.
By Mike Thayer
Hey, it's been awhile since I've done one of these....
Blended and flavored whiskeys are red hot right now, consumer demand for brown spirits continues to rise with American Whiskey in particular seeing some phenomenal sales growth.
Regular readers know that I am a fan of flavored whiskey, I've always got a bottle of something in my freezer for a chilled shot or a flavored specialty in the liquor cabinet to enjoy on the rocks. My favorite in all this tasting fun so far, has been Yukon Jack Jacapple.
Back in April, there was a big buzz about Crown Royal Peach. A limited edition, the stuff flew off the shelves, liquor stores quickly sold out and I didn't get into a store fast enough to get some to review. Not a store in town had any by the time I went looking for it that's how popular the peach was. Placed on back order, it's now late August and the peach is back on liquor store shelves, so I jumped on a tip (thanks Vicki S!) and I can finally see if this stuff lives up to all the hype it got this spring.
Here's the description from the box: To create this extraordinary blend, Crown Royal whiskies are carefully selected by our master blender and infused with the juicy flavor of fresh Georgia peaches. Our peaches are harvested to capture their ripe succulence. Once picked, the peaches are de-stoned, pressed and strained to preserve their bright, aromatic flavor.
The harmonious notes of this summer fruit complement the richness of Crown Royal Blended Whiskey. The result is a vibrantly delicious whisky, bursting with the luscious flavor of peach and the distinctive smoothness of Crown Royal. Enjoy on the rocks, as a shot, or mixed with iced tea for a refreshing cocktail.
Wow, how can you NOT want to sample the stuff after reading that? Kudos to the Crown Royal marketing team. So yes, as suggested, but how I taste test a review anyway, I tried it on the rocks and as a shot. Side note: I'm not a huge iced tea fan, but that iced tea cocktail suggestion does sound pretty good!
And now for the tasting....
Read the full review at www.bacheloronthecheap.com
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – Effective Monday, August 26, 2019, southbound traffic on 1st Avenue NE will be reduced to one lane between 31st Street and 29th Street for asphalt work. Work is expected to take five (5) days, weather permitting.
As summer comes to a close, so does our outdoor pool. Its remaining open hours are from 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday Aug. 23 and 30, and 12 to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday Aug. 24, 25, 31 and Sept. 1. It is closed for the season starting on Labor Day. The annual dog swim…
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – The Cedar Rapids Metro Economic Alliance will be holding a Market after Dark event Saturday, August 24, 2019, from 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. The following streets will be closed during the event:
- 2nd Avenue SE from 1st Street (not inclusive) to 6th Street (not inclusive)
- 4th Avenue SE from Railroad Tracks (4th Street) to 6th Street (not inclusive)
- 2nd Street SE from the 1st Avenue (not inclusive) to 4th Avenue (not inclusive)
- 3rd Street SE from 1st Avenue to 4th Avenue (not inclusive)
- 5th Street SE from 1st Avenue (not inclusive) to alley south of 4th Avenue
Please see the CR Metro Economic Alliance website for additional information: https://www.cedarrapids.org/events/market-after-dark
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