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Start Halloween with a David Bowie dance party

* House of Loom, 1012 South 13th St., will host the perfect glam-rock beginning to the Halloween season Friday, October 12th. Moonage Daydream, a dance party tribute to David Bowie, will feature DJs spinning nothing but the Thin White Duke. Costumes inspired by any era of Bowie's career are encouraged, with the night's hosts The Church of Tomorrow, awarding a prize to the best dressed. Additionally, Loom's...


Antiquarium Records to close

* Antiquarium Records, 417 South 13th St., is closing. The mostly-vinyl record shop announced its plans to close its downtown storefront Sunday, Sept. 30th. The store's exact closing date has not been announced. Co-owner Joe Tingley hoped to move the store and in a Facebook post the store indicated its desire to continue, stating “Hopefully we will be reopening at some point but our debt has got a little out of...


Horseshoe to host charity country concert to benefit Food Bank

* Horseshoe Casino, 2701 23rd Ave. in Council Bluffs, will host its 10th Annual Canfest: A Concert For Hunger Wednesday, Oct. 24th inside the Whiskey Roadhouse at the casino. The 8 p.m. concert will feature country acts Kix Brooks, Casey James and Craig Morgan and all ticket proceeds and food donations collected at the event will be sent to the Food Bank for the Heartland. Country radio station KXKT-FM The Kat...


All Young Girls Are Machine Guns, Dim Light both prepare new CDs

* All Young Girls Are Machine Guns will unveil their sophomore album, Here's Hopin' Tomorrow Never Comes, Friday, Sept. 28th with a CD release show at the Slowdown, 729 North 14th St. The indie-pop band, led by ukulele-toting singer Rebecca Lowry, combines elements of acoustic pop, 60s girl group bliss and just a little bit of swinging jazz. The band recorded the album in bassist Travis Sing's basement. Sing...


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