The creator of Aerobics with Soul, a popular workout routine based on the tenets of African dance, author Maria Nhambu will share tales of her extraordinary life in a special Davenport library event, along with readings from her memoirs Africa's Child and the newly released America's Daughter.

Performing in support of her fourth album Chills & Fever, released this past spring, blues singer/songwriter/guitarist Samantha Fish returns to Davenport's Redstone Room in a stop on her nationwide September tour that takes the artist from Owensboro, Kentucky, to San Diego California.

Founded in 2015 by the Quad Cities Cybersecurity Alliance, the third-annual CornCon – an event designed to raise community awareness and provide business solutions for dealing with cybersecurity threats – will feature a September 8 workshop for business leaders and IT professionals, and a September 9 general conference boasting guest speakers, hands-on workshops, contests, and a vendor expo.

Based on the famed mystery writer's most successful novel – with more than 100 million copies sold and Publications International recognition as the seventh-best-selling title of all time – Agatha Christie's 1939 And Then There Were None was adapted by Christie herself into a 1943 West End stage hit, with its 1944 Broadway run lasting 426 performances.

Returning to the organization after 10 years of leadership under David Bowlin, Chamber Music Quad Cities founders, brothers, and Davenport natives Thomas and Gregory Sauer will perform alongside Bowlin in the fall concert for the ensemble's 24th season.

In a momentary break from touring independent musicians, Davenport's latest Moeller Nights event will showcase the stylings of touring comedian Kristen Toomey, co-star of writer/director Dale Zawada's summer comedy Dirtbags.

Headlining an evening of World Wrestling Entertainment matches, Randy Orton and Jinder Mahal will compete in a Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship, having previously faced off in a May 2017 bout won by Mahal.

Umut Acar, Chicago's Consul General of the Republic of Turkey, will present the first in St. Ambrose's latest series of Middle East Institute lectures.

A 1998 off-Broadway smash for author Diana Son, the big-city romance Stop Kiss was described by the New York Times as a “delicately balanced comedy-drama,” and a “gentle, affectionate work with a sense of blithe comedy that brings to mind early episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”

For the first time, Quad City Arts and MidCoast Fine Arts have collaborated to produce a bi-state, regional art exhibition, with the works on display chosen from submissions sent from artists throughout a 250-mile radius of the Quad Cities.

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