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Greater Good: A Visit to the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque

It’s Tuesday morning. Your phone rings. An attorney is calling to tell you that your great aunt Edna passed away, leaving you an inheritance...

2017 National Philanthropy Day

Each year, the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Tri-State Chapter (AFPGTS) honors donors and volunteers whose gifts of time, expertise, and resources make a...

In Memory of Jim and Julie

The world turns upside down when a loved one is diagnosed with cancer. Priorities change instantaneously and emotions are kicked into high gear. Family...

Premier Event: Christmas at Heritage Center

The University of Dubuque presents its fifth annual Christmas at Heritage Center. This year’s celebration, titled “A Little Child, God Before Time,” will tell...

Premier Event: The Future of Arts Explore Our City’s Options

The City of Dubuque has included an evening event to its exploration of the relationship between arts and business on Thursday, Nov. 2. A...

The 2017-18 Season Of The Arts

The Season of the Arts is upon us and we here at Julien’s Journal take the arts very seriously. The organizations, academic institutions, venues,...

The Driftless Film Festival, a Mineral Point Destination

by John Christenson The Driftless Film Festival returns to the Mineral Point Opera House for it's eighth season Thursday, November 2 through Sunday, November 5....

Premier Event: Tony Danza to Return to the University of Dubuque...

For one night only, Tony Danza will return to the University of Dubuque and make his debut appearance on the Heritage Center stage with...

Premier Event: Bluegrass, Country & Chorale

Great choral works are not limited to baroque fugues and classical cantatas, as the Dubuque Chorale is set to demonstrate this fall. With its...

Premier Event: Annual Dubuque Food & Wine 2017 Event Returns to...

The fifth annual Dubuque Food and Wine 2017 event, sponsored by Hotel Julien Dubuque and the Diamond Jo Casino, returns to the Port of...