Arts/Special Sections Editor
Special Sections Editor for the Courier
A virtual road trip through a new book, "Midwest Architecture Journeys," makes stops at the Waterloo Public Library and Quasqueton's Cedar Rock. You'll also find haikus to Iowa's rest stops.
Puimpkin season is in full swing -- perfect because National Garden Bureau says it's "the year of the pumpkin.' Here's how to choose pumpkins for cooking, carving and decorating.
On Oct. 11, a free book exchange box, new benches and a picnic table will be dedicated at an event featuring food, beverages and fun at Seerley Park in Cedar Falls.
Technician Ty Runge found a diamond engagement ring while repairing a sunroof at Cedar Falls' Deery Brothers Collision Center.
She has penned a staggering 41 books, including more than a dozen on Iowa’s history on such topics as Prohibition, the Civilian Conservation Corps and a “Lost” series about towns that disappeared from counties like Black Hawk, Bremer, Butler and Linn.
Volunteers expect to pack their 2 millionth meal during the 13th annual Feed My Starving Children MobilePack event at Westminster Presbyterian Church. The milestone is expected to be reached on Wednesday.
Go along for the ride as Red Herring Theatre presents its first staged reading of the season on Thursday at the Hearst Center in Cedar Falls. "Compleat Stage Beauty" is being directed by L.C. Kent.