As if Iowa wasn’t already beautiful enough—now, thanks to a number of iconic rooftop bars, you can take in the gorgeous sights of some of the state’s most beautiful cities via a bird’s-eye view too. Here are some of the best rooftop bars in Iowa to visit on your next evening outing.
Lovar Davis Kidd (who goes by L.D.) is a poet, author, dance educator, musician and CEO of 100% OVER RACISM., which started as a protest sign combating racism and is now an apparel company that encourages people to #wearyourtruth. A portion of proceeds from 100% OVER RACISM. support Black-owned businesses in Eastern Iowa.
With flowers blossoming and the weather warming up, now is the perfect time to venture outside and celebrate the cold’s disappearance. The following destinations are some of the best ways to soak up spring in Iowa.
Akwi Nji, a full-time Iowa artist and writer, recently launched a “nationwide visual and audio storytelling arts initiative to tell the true stories, inspired by the keepsakes in our houses that are made of fabric, of who we are in our everyday lives.” Each US state and territory will be represented at the project’s completion in 2024.
With the return of spring comes an abundance of blooming flowers, picnics and, best of all, Easter celebrations galore. Here’s where you can celebrate Easter in Iowa this year.
Torey Rohde, of Iowa City’s Torey Rohde Photography, is a wedding and lifestyle photographer who takes an artistic approach to capture people being, well, people. “I love candid moments, movement and lots of laughter and play in my portraits.”
From jambalaya and pasta to traditional fried chicken and mac and cheese, these Iowa restaurants specialize in crafting comforting food for the soul.
Amanda Dee is a photographer and owner of Amanda Dee Photography, located in the NewBo neighborhood of Cedar Rapids. “My passion is capturing the connection we have with our world and the people most important to us.”
With three Iowa locations, Falbo Bros Pizzeria is a casual and easily accessible dining destination serving more than just delicious pizza. The long-time favorite also tempts taste buds with subs, salads, wings and more.
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. And between city parades, Irish-centric cooking classes, and a number of other celebratory events, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the holiday all throughout the state. Here’s where you can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2021 in Iowa.