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Trappist Caskets: Andrew Carnegie’s Railroad Bridge

No matter where I begin my stroll along Dubuque’s Mississippi Riverwalk, I always seem to wind up on a bench at the northern end,...

Wells Fargo Advisors: Year-End Planning – 2020 Changes and End-of-Year Checklist

Among its countless impacts, the coronavirus pandemic led to the passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which brought investors...

Trappist Caskets: The Dubuque Brewing & Malting Co.

The deteriorating, red brick Dubuque Brewing & Malting Co. building at 3000 and 3040 Jackson St. has been in the news recently. On May...

Trappist Caskets: The History of Dubuque’s Hospitals

At one time, the City of Dubuque supported three hospitals – Mercy, Finley, and Xavier. Each fulfilled a medical necessity for the community, and...

Premier Bank: The State of our Arts & Cultural Business

UPDATE (5/13/20): The City of Dubuque’s Arts & Cultural Affairs Commission has produced a special message from Dubuque's Arts and Cultural Community during the...

Family Beer & Liquor: Local Guide to Carryout

Due to measures being taken to lessen the spread of coronavirus, Julien’s Journal has compiled a comprehensive list of area restaurants offering takeout and/or...

Trappist Caskets: James Beach and His Soap Factory

Perhaps no one helped clean up old Dubuque more than soap manufacturer James Beach of the firm James A. Beach & Sons. James, a...

Trappist Caskets: The Wellington Boulder

Dubuque’s Linwood Cemetery is home to some very unusual monuments. A particularly unique one is a huge boulder that juts out of the ground...

Wells Fargo Advisors: Five Ways to Run With an Aging Bull...

After a decade of reaping the benefits of a bull market in U.S. stocks, today’s investors face a volatile market—and proper positioning of your...

Trappist Caskets: Dubuque’s Washington Square

Dubuque’s Washington Park dates back to the city’s very beginnings. In 1833, G.W. Harrison surveyed and laid out the two-acre square originally slated to...