Welcome to the Friday Edition of the Business News Headlines and yes, it is Valentine's Day Weekend so stick around and click through to hear what Jeff Pitts from Cityview Magazine has for you to do...in the Greater Des Moines Metro. But, first, the news:
- House committees are moving forward;
- Home prices continue to rise;
- Potential good news for FHA buyers;
- Careful there is shrimp in that sauce;
- Sorry looks like summer will be a bummer;
- Janet Yellen and the G7;
- The Wall Street Report;
- Romance yet another COVID19 victim.
Those stories PLUS because it's Friday we'll riff on a whole host of "Stuff to DO" in the Greater Des Moines Metro with Jeff Pitts from Cityview. To listen in, just click this link.
Each week we get Hyper-Local with Jeff Pitts the managing editor for Cityview Magazine and chat it up about "Stuff to DO" in the Greater Des Moines Metro. And, as always, Jeff has quite a list starting out with tonight and Des Moines Bucs take to ice at 7PM. Also tonight get romantic with Dome After Dark at the Greater Des Moines Botanical Gardens and again on Saturday and Sunday. So, is CUPID STUPID? The folks at Reclaimed Rails in Bondurant think so. Drake plays Loyola on Saturday and Sunday. The Hawks play Michigan State also on Saturday. The Iowa Wild take on Rockford Saturday night and have you heard about the Tomahawk Dinner for Two at The Hall? There is "Tea at the Castle" over at the Salisbury House. On Sunday Botanical Blues back at the Gardens. Wednesday Trivia Night - Mean Girls at Smash Park. The ARL next week doing the Spay-Ghetti and No Balls event and the State Wrestling Tournament as well. Whew!!!
We're back with Jeff Pitts the managing editor for Cityview Magazine and his list of "Stuff to DO" in the Greater Des Moines Metro. We've got basketball and a theater event at the Des Moines Playhouse. The NFL Playoffs and a bit of trivia from Jeff. The Winter World of Bags happening at Captain Roy's. Snowmobiling at Big Creek some Trivia at The Hall, fun at Tee Hees and more. Meanwhile Jeff had to get back to work as he's writing 20,000 words for the Cityview Best Of, Yikes!
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Each Friday afternoon we sit down with the managing editor of Cityview Magazine, Jeff Pitts and chat it up about some hyper-local "Stuff to DO" in the Greater Des Moines Metro. And, yes we often take a detour with commentary. So, what are some of the things we're talking about: The Des Moines Bucs play Friday and Saturday. The Hawks are playing basketball on Saturday morning. Drake basketball is off to a great season. Gena Gedler is going to be at Noce and, nope, not Jewish. Hey...I tried. Mainframe is having a deal on Saturday. Blood drive in Polk City. The East Village is holding the Twelve Days of Promenade. Carols and Coco with the folks from Central Presbyterian Church. "SantaSaurus" is at the Science Center. Jolly Holliday Lights in Altoona and do not forget about Jingle in the Junction in Historic Valley Junction. Have a listen and a laugh or two.
Hey, it's Friday so why not start out the business news headlines talking about...beer. Seems like the right thing to do. Welcome to this edition and here is what we've got for you today:
- Beer for a Billion;
- Pfizer seeks an emergency authorization;
- Young people fleeing the cities;
- The Fed and Treasury are...well...sparing;
- Bill Gates on COVID19 and the U.S. response;
- The Wall Street Report;
- A housing boom is happening.
Those stories plus our hyper-local look at Stuff to Do in the Greater Des Moines Metro with Jeff Pitts from Cityview Magazine. We're talking hockey, ice rinks, movies, a play reading and Dirt Burger...no, really. You can hear all of that...here.
Thanks for coming by!
Each Friday we get HYPER-LOCAL and chat it up with Jeff Pitts the managing editor of Cityview Magazine about "Stuff to DO" in the greater Des Moines metro. We're talking about Bucs Hockey, an online move created by Central College, The Hall in West Des Moines, football, Theater Midwest, the East Village event each Wednesday and Sunday, Dirt Burger, the Des Moines Playhouse...you get the idea. Enjoy...and expect NOTHING serious here.
Each week Jeff Pitts the Managing Editor for Cityview Magazine drops in to chat it up about "Stuff to DO" in the Greater Des Moines Metro and he never disappoints. Now, if you are looking for some "serious stuff" nota gonna be here. We're talking Iowa High School Football, Hot Tubs at a "Blowout Expo" a comic/art and cosplay event at the Merle Hay Mall, Iowa vs. Minnesota on Saturday with a cool tailgate at The Hall. The East Village Holiday Promenade, Jingle in the Junction next week in Valley Junction and some Nutcracker to end the week. So...yeah.
Look, we get it. Every day we bring you the business news headlines but when we're done on Friday afternoon it's time to riff about Stuff to DO in the Des Moines Metro with Jeff Pitts the managing editor for Cityview Magazine. Today on Friday Fun we're talking about the Food Issue of Cityview, Dinner and Bingo in Polk City, fun stuff at the Funny Bone, college football, Alice Unchained (who?) at Wooly's the Des Moines Playhouse, cowboy honky tonks and men line dancing. No, really...Grab a beverage and enjoy.
Each week we chat it up with Jeff Pitts the managing editor for Cityview Magazine about Stuff to DO in the Greater Des Moines, Iowa Metro. Expect NOTHING serious here just a couple of guys riffing about whatever. But we do talk about the Animal Rescue League, The Veteran Coat Drive, free food from Quick Trip for kids, the Trick and Tree event at the Botanical Center and much more. Enjoy...laugh a little, you've earned it!
Justin Jarrell recently launched his album that was two years in the making. While we don't often feature musicians on the Business News Hour...being one really is...a business. So we dug in a bit to learn more about Justin and...WOW! Boundless energy and so talented on so many levels. If it sounds like we're immediate fans...yep. Meet Justin Jarrell, his music and his stunning ability to do everything except...one...tiny thing that he admits to.