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Dead Poet’s Espresso, a local coffeehouse located at 1525 3rd Ave in downtown Moline, IL, serves up fresh brews, warm breakfasts and lunches daily. Open 6:30 am to 4 pm Monday through Saturday, Dead Poet’s Espresso is a popular and tasty choice for a local Fall date with your significant other.

Top five first date locations in the QC area

Abigail Johnson November 7, 2019

Fall has clearly begun and with it cuffing season. If you are unfamiliar with this term, cuffing season is a pop culture term for the period between fall and winter when people start seriously looking...

Immigration issues expressed through Becoming American event

William Sikich March 12, 2019

With immigration so commonly on the lips of every news source and public figure, the modern American must often consider what he or she knows about the experience of those who choose to relocate to the...

Fall activities in the Quad Cities

Morgan Clark October 4, 2018

Although fall started off with various weather changes, Augie students are still trying to get into the mood for the seasonal change. One way to get into the spirit is through several fall activities in...

Augustana junior Haylee Walker prepares a signature latte at Miltown Coffee during her shift on Apr. 5, 2016. Photo by: Ryan Jenkins

Milltown Coffee offers escape from campus

April 7, 2016

When it comes to local Quad City businesses, getting Augustana students to leave the “bubble” and try new places is one of the biggest challenges local business owners and government leaders are facing. However,...

Culinary Review: Barrel House elevates bar food

February 10, 2016

While I’m not a fan of chain restaurants, this regional gem has won over my tastebuds. Barrel House 211 Restaurant & Bar serves high quality burgers and other bar food fare. Not only does each location...

 Kris Westmoreland (right), helps a customer complete their purchcase at her boutique called Rescued, a store whose funds go to helping homeless animals. The store is located at 2105 16th St., Moline.
Photo by Christine Beach.

Boutique benefits homeless animals

October 1, 2015

Rescued, a boutique that benefits homeless animals in the Quad Cities, made $4,000 in one of week after opening on Sept. 18. The Quad City Animal Welfare Center is one shelter that could benefit from...

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