This article was originally published on Inn at Calafia Beach on September 28. 2017 People head to Baltimore, Maryland, for its history, fresh seafood, vibrant arts scene, and beautiful views of the Chesapeake Bay. Once you arrive, you’ll be charmed by the museums, shows, and historic attractions the city has to offer. Families enjoy the kid-friendly museums, travelers with pets love …Continue reading "6 Best Things to Do in Baltimore"
Are you traveling by airplane this holiday season? With Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s just a few months away, there will be a lot of people flying. To keep you safe and healthy on your next flight, try following some of the tips below. You can even test your knowledge of healthy air travel, by …Continue reading "How to Stay Healthy While Plane Traveling (QUIZ)"
DES MOINES, Iowa — USA Wrestling chose tradition-rich Iowa City to host the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for wrestling. The group announced that Iowa Citys bid beat out those from Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Columbus, Ohio. The trials will determine which athletes will represent the United States at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. …Continue reading "Group picks Iowa City for Olympic wrestling trials"
Iowa City may expand its recycling pick-up service to get it out of the bottom of the bin compared to other cities around the state. The city is looking at adding new apartment buildings to the service for the first time. The Iowa City Press-Citizen says the City Council voiced support for the proposed change …Continue reading "Iowa City looks to expand recycling service"
The Bubble might soon pop. The University of Iowa on Thursday released a proposal to demolish the football teams 25-year-old indoor practice facility, known as the Bubble, and build a $19.5 million replacement nearby. The Board of Regents will be asked next week to approve the design and budget of the new indoor practice field. …Continue reading "University of Iowa wants $19.5M football practice field"
When Terrelle Pryor scrambled left and, in a few quick strides, converted a game-deciding fourth-and-10, this all looked vaguely familiar for the 20th-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes. The opponent, the jerseys, the atmosphere were different, but the situation — another late-game lead being erased all too easily — was similar. So was the result. For the fourth …Continue reading "Iowa falls late to Ohio State, 20-17"
The University of Iowa, Iowa City and Coralville plan to submit a bid to host the U.S. Olympic Trials for wrestling in 2012. The area will compete to host the trials with Council Bluffs, Columbus, Ohio, Oklahoma City, Hampton, Va., and Greensboro, N.C. The Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau is using the University …Continue reading "UI, Iowa City bid to host US Olympic trials"
The University of Iowa has closed six graduate programs and as many as six more could be eliminated by next summer. The universitys dean of graduate programs tells the Iowa City Press-Citizen that the programs were cut either because they attracted few students or because they duplicated others. The cuts were based on a task …Continue reading "University of Iowa cuts 6 graduate programs"
Evanston, Ill. — There should be no more talk of Iowa’s football team making a repeat appearance in the Bowl Championship Series. For all practical purposes, those lofty dreams faded Saturday when Northwestern delivered a 21-17 reality check. “We can still play for a lot of things,” offensive lineman Julian Vandervelde said. “Pride, first of all. …Continue reading "Northwestern dashes Hawkeyes hopes-again."
Ricky Stanzi spent most of Saturday trying to figure out Indianas defense. He made No. 15 Iowas late rally look as easy as 1-2-3. Stanzi took the Hawkeyes 88 yards in three plays, the last a 52-yard go-ahead touchdown pass to Marvin McNutt with 2:50 left for an 18-13 victory at Indiana. For two years …Continue reading "Hawkeyes rally late for 18-13 win at Indiana"