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Written by Melissa Shore   
Thursday, 12 February 2015 12:41

Thurs., March 19, 7:30 p.m.
Little Big Town
The Pain Killer Tour

Since PAIN KILLER’S release, the sixth studio album from the group has seen rave reviews and has made both Billboard and Rolling Stone’s “Best Country Album of 2014” lists as well as “iTunes Best of 2014” list for “Country Album of the Year.”  The band also just received a nomination for the 2015 GRAMMY Awards for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Day Drinking.”

Thurs., April 2, 7:30 p.m.
ZZ Top

Billy F. Gibbons, Frank Beard and Dusty Hill have been touring and recording for 44 years. Their unique hybrid of dirty blues and hard rock, incorporating new sounds and technology, earned them induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. Come hear all of their famous hits performed live!

Tues., April 21 - Sun., April 26.
Jersey Boys
Broadway at the Adler Theatre
Presented by Lexus of Quad Cities

Jersey Boys is the story of how four blue-collar kids become one of the greatest successes in pop music history.  They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide – all before they were 30!  JERSEY BOYS, winner of the 2006 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album and most recently, the 2009 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, features their hit songs “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.”

Martina McBride

Shen Yun

Little Big Town

Brit Floyd

Alton Brown Live!

The Sing Off Live!

ZZ Top

Jersey Boys

Chuggington Live!

The Perfect Group Outing!

Looking to spend time with 10, 20 or 50 of your friends and family? Going to a show is a perfect outing for team building at work, family reunions, friends' night out and more!

Groups of ten or more receive a discount to Broadway Shows at the Adler Theatre.

Melissa Shore
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Little Red Riding Hood: Opens this weekend! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Davenport Junior Theatre   
Thursday, 12 February 2015 12:00
"My, what sharp teeth you have!"
Davenport Parks and Recreation's Junior Theatre kicks off another great show!! Join the mischievous Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf for a new twist on this timeless classic. The Wolf pleads his case as to why he is the biggest baddest wolf around, while Little Red learns what it is to grow up and the true value of family.
written by Roger Pavey, Sr.
Based on the original story by Brother's Grimm
$6.00 for Kids, $8.00 for Adults,
tickets sold at the door
Saturday,February 14th : 1pm & 4pm
Sunday, February 15th : 3pm
Saturday, February 21st : 1pm & 4pm
Sunday, February 22nd : 3pm
Davenport Junior Theatre
Theatre for kids, by kids!

Branstad, First Lady, Reynolds, students unite for campaign to end bullying in Iowa PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Office of the Governor of the State of Iowa   
Wednesday, 11 February 2015 12:37
(DES MOINES) – Gov. Terry E. Branstad, First Lady Chris Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds today rallied with over 100 Iowa students at the Iowa State Capitol to call for passage of the Bully Free Iowa Act of 2015. The students and Sioux City School District Superintendent Dr. Paul Gausman joined the governor and lt. governor for a statehouse press conference, launched a new Bully Free Iowa web video and were scheduled to meet with legislators on the important issue of bullying in schools. The full Bully Free Iowa Act of 2015 can be read here.
“Every Iowa child deserves a safe and respectful learning environment. Together we can send a strong message to our children that bullying – whether it is in the school yard or on social media – is unacceptable,” said Branstad. “The time to act is now, and let’s act while students are still in school to send a message that their voices were heard.”
“As a mother and grandmother, it troubles me to know that students are being bullied in Iowa schools and action hasn’t been taken to prevent it,” said First Lady Chris Branstad. “I was touched by the stories of Iowa students and teachers as we traveled the state on the anti-bullying listening tour. It is my hope that this is the year that we stand up to the bully and pass meaningful anti-bullying legislation in Iowa.”
“Ensuring that Iowa students have access to a world-class education has been a priority of our administration since taking office,” said Reynolds. “But if we are to continue to work to improve our schools, we must also act to provide a safe and secure learning environment that is free of bullying. Let’s work together to give educators, students and school districts the tools to better address bulling in Iowa schools.”

News Releases - Stage & Theatre
Written by Rhonda Johnson   
Monday, 09 February 2015 11:34

Churches United of the Quad City Area has received a $500.00 grant from The Wells Fargo Foundation. This award supports the direct services that Churches United provides in the Quad City Area.

Churches United operates 26 food pantries and 3 hot meal sites in the Quad Cities, and Winnie’s Place, a shelter serving women (and their children) who are homeless and/or victims of domestic violence. The success of these services is due, in large part, to the generosity of organizations such as The Wells Fargo Foundation.

Churches United has a 54-year history of reaching out to our community. Its 134 member churches represent 50,000 people from the Quad City Area. For information about services offered, or ways to support Churches United, call 563-332-5002, or visit our website at



Treasurer Fitzgerald has Treasures for Valentine's Day PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Karen Austin   
Friday, 06 February 2015 16:24

DES MOINES, IA (02/05/2015)(readMedia)-- Valentine's Day inspires a day of card and gift giving to those we love. Throughout the years, those cards and keepsake mementos sometimes become lost treasures. State Treasurer Michael L. Fitzgerald wants to reunite Iowans this Valentine's Day with those lost treasures. "In addition to money, we have safe deposit box contents, which include an assortment of valuable items waiting to be reclaimed," said Fitzgerald. "Some of these items may have been gifts from a past Valentine's Day."

Treasurer Fitzgerald encourages all Iowans to check the website for a forgotten treasure. "Check regularly and check often," Fitzgerald advises. New property is uploaded throughout the year, so even if you have claimed property in the past, there is a chance your name could reappear. "Our goal is to keep reminding people to check their names for any unclaimed property."

The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt database contains more than one million accounts for individuals that have lost track of some money or a treasure. The program has returned over $188 million to more than 452,000 individuals since Fitzgerald started it in 1983. Companies and financial institutions in Iowa and from across the nation report millions of dollars in unclaimed property to the state treasurer each year. Common examples of unclaimed property include money in forgotten savings/checking accounts, uncashed insurance benefit and payroll checks, lost stock and dividends, abandoned safe deposit box contents and utility refunds or deposits. Simply visit to begin your search. Be sure to like the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt on Facebook and follow the program on Twitter @GreatIATreasure.


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