Drake Diner, located at 1111 25th St., Des Moines, is a wonderful place to sit down, grab a bite to eat, and hang out with some friends. From their burgers to their shakes, everyone loves the Drake Diner. The 1950’s style restaurant is well known in the Drake University area, since their opening in 1987. Often times, people visit Drake Diner for their burgers. It … Continue reading “Only One Original”
Japanese food at reasonable prices is not a prominent thing in Iowa. Krunkwich Ramen House, located at 2721 Ingersoll Avenue, has been offering a modern and Americanized twist on the traditional dishes from Eastern Asia. Kayla Nguyen is a Vietnamese senior at Urbandale High School, who gave her opinion on the eatery. At first, the restaurant itself seems pretty normal. But when one pays more … Continue reading Krunk it Up
It is not always easy writing about local Iowa stories and turning them into something bigger. Aaron Young does this as well as anybody. As a 26-year-old journalist who works for the Des Moines Register, Young has made a name for himself as a talented, young writer. Along with producing entertainment through the newspaper in Des Moines, he is able to support his community in … Continue reading The Des Moines Storyteller
Amidst the political storm that has been plaguing the news cycles, one debate has been lost: Is the penny worth it? As of 2016, it costs the U.S. Mint 1.5 cents to produce just one penny. This has made many skeptical of just why the United States continues to produce the penny. While some think the penny should be forgotten about, others maintain the idea … Continue reading Pennies: Worthwhile?