Best of the CRANDIC 2018: Food & Drink

The results are in! Here are the winners of Little Village’s 2018 Best of the CRANDIC competition in the Food & Drink category, representing voters’ favorite restaurants, bars, growers and innovators in the Cedar Rapids-Iowa City area. […]

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Minor indulgences: Scrooge gets an attitude adjustment

Minor Indulgences: Scrooge Edition

“Eat, drink and be merry” is a familiar holiday toast, but did you know that there’s a second, somewhat morbid half to the saying that explains the reason why we should imbibe and rejoice? In case you were unaware, the phrase in total goes: “Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.” So there: Put that in your holiday pipe and smoke it.

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Donate some food, gain some knowledge this Sunday

A Place at the Table

New Pioneer Food Co-op has partnered with the Englert Theatre and FilmScene to offer a screening of A Place at the Table Sunday at 3:00 p.m. The screening takes place at Englert Theatre and will be followed by refreshment and a post-film discussion. […]

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Do a good deed with your New Pioneer dividend

Do you like good, clean, organic food? Does supporting local charities and businesses give you the warm fuzzies? Are you a New Pioneer Co-op member who has received your annual dividend check recently and would like to use it to make a difference in your community? Then you might want to cover your ears. […]

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Your Town Now: The city council’s Chauncey decision is remarkably opaque

Your Town Now

The Iowa City Council’s 5-1 decision last month to move ahead with Marc Moen’s Chauncey building project settled the question of what is to become of the corner of Gilbert and College, but the decision also led some local dissenters […]

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Album Review: Colloquialisms – Nothing Remarkable

Colloquialisms Nothing Remarkable You may know the man behind Colloquialisms, Joe McNertney, if you shop at the New Pioneer Food Co-op, as the beardy guy behind the meat counter. He’s also Eric Rohn’s collaborator in Noble Octopus, and the […]

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