September 2015

100% Positive Attitude

100% Positive Attitude by Matt Booth One of the stereotypes about having a positive attitude is that you have to be positive 100% of the time. Positive people always see the glass half full, right? This is simply not true. No one can be positive all the time. Bad stuff happens— it is called life. […]

Who Is Spying On Whom?

Who Is Spying On Whom? By Bob Gelms Jason Mathews has joined a very exclusive club of former real-live-in-the-flesh-honest-to-God spies who have come to write about espionage as fiction just like John le Carre, Ian Fleming and Graham Greene, to name a few you might have heard of. Mathews is an ex CIA spy of […]

LOOK… WE HAVE A NEW WEBSITE!

Please excuse if you can’t quite find everything you’re looking for on Dubuque365.com right away. As you see, we’ve put up a completely new website and while there are plenty of loose ends to tie up, the important stuff is all there, or so we think anyway. Events, Live Music, Feature Stories, the online issue […]

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #248

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #248 Notes from the 365ink Publisher What a weekend I had. It was both my birthday and my wedding anniversary, cleverly back-to-back so I can never forget one or the other. Between that and a community event calendar that, well… you read 365ink so you know how crazy the weekend was, […]

Puzzling

Puzzling by Pam Kress-Dunn I did something the other day I haven’t done in a long, long time. It’s something my parents were aces at, and a lot of my extended family, too. It’s simple, it’s fun, and it supplies a great feeling of accomplishment when you’re done. Why, even children do it. I’m talking […]

The Season for Seniors’ Entertainment

Fall Season of the Arts… When the Adults Come Out To Play! by Bryce Parks If hot summer nights are made for young people playing outside with hip-hop DJ’s and beer, beer and more beer, then surely Fall and Winter nights are made for adults with a little more sophistication. And by that we mean, you’re […]

The Music Men of Dubuque’s 66th Annual Show, Anytime!

Get Into the Music with the Music Men of Dubuque by Joel Gorun The Music Men of Dubuque, a 501c3 not for profit organization, celebrates 66 years of bringing the quality and joy of barbershop singing to and within the Dubuque area.  Under different names during these 66 years, the excitement and energy of ringing […]

Betty Jane Caramel Apple Season

by Bryce Parks If Fall brings the threat of cold weather to come, it also brings to promise of season treats that only come around once a year, at least in the “real” version. And perhaps no Fall treat is more anticipated than the arrival of Betty Jane Candies Caramel Apples. How do we know […]

Vesperman Farms Corn Maze & More!

Vesperman Farms Corn Maze and Much More Now Open Daily through Fall 8149 Stage Road, in Lancaster, WI There is a magical field in the ti-states where a crazy man flowed under his corn and built something wonderful that draws thousands of people annually to walk out of his corn. Of course, I’m talking about […]

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #248

Bryce’s Inkubator – Issue #248 Notes from the Publisher of 365ink Magazine What a weekend I had. It was both my birthday and my wedding anniversary, cleverly back-to-back so I can never forget one or the other. Between that and a community event calendar that, well… you read 365ink so you know how crazy the […]