Deep dish heaven: Kathleen Patterson, of Gino’s East of Dubuque, offers a look at one of the area’s newest eateries
Deep dish heaven: Kathleen Patterson, of Gino’s East of Dubuque, offers a look at one of the area’s newest eateries

Whether you are from Chicago, visit Chicago frequently or are just passing through and grabbing a bite, few things top the experience of a tried-and-true Windy City deep dish pizza. And no. We’re not talking about simply a more robust crust. “A lot of people confuse the two,” said Kathleen Patterson. “Throughout the Midwest, you’ll […]

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Reflection: Remembering my first and best teacher — Dad
Reflection: Remembering my first and best teacher — Dad

While in Whole Foods recently, I chuckled at the checkout lane sign for “Fewer Than 12 Items” rather than “less than.” How that would have pleased my dad. He is on my mind as the school year approaches, for he was my first and best teacher, as his mother was his. Though not a teacher […]

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Reflection: Remembering my first and best teacher — Dad
Reflection: Remembering my first and best teacher — Dad

While in Whole Foods recently, I chuckled at the checkout lane sign for “Fewer Than 12 Items” rather than “less than.” How that would have pleased my dad. He is on my mind as the school year approaches, for he was my first and best teacher, as his mother was his. Though not a teacher […]

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‘Difference Maker’: Danielle Tuescher forges a connection with students through iJAG
‘Difference Maker’: Danielle Tuescher forges a connection with students through iJAG

Danielle Tuescher likes to see the immediate impact she’s making in the world, whether that’s through teaching yoga, working with families or connecting with the next generation. In fact, her LinkedIn profile lists her as “Social Worker. Educator. Difference Maker.” “Ever since high school, I wanted to have a career that mattered to the world,” […]

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Reflection: The joys of mentoring
Reflection: The joys of mentoring

While mentoring bright, ambitious younger women has given me abundant joy more than 40 years in journalism, I have come to realize how much my mentees have mentored me. Consider Lori, whom I met in a small writers group when I was a young mother writing freelance for newspapers and magazines, and she was a […]

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‘Compassion in action:’ Dubuque Red Cross volunteer deployed 17 times to disasters
‘Compassion in action:’ Dubuque Red Cross volunteer deployed 17 times to disasters

Julie Schulte’s devotion to service keeps her going places. The Dubuquer has responded to natural disasters and other crises 17 times since 2017 as a volunteer for the American Red Cross. “She is compassion in action,” said Jolene Carpenter, disaster program manager for the Red Cross in Dubuque. “She brings an unbelievable skill set and […]

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February is one of those months that has an image problem. Sure, it’s the month of love — after all, Valentine’s Day calls it home. But, it’s also wrapped tightly in the embrace of winter’s coldest depths. And nothing kills the mood quite like icicles hanging from body hair. Or, the frigid gust of a...
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