This Quad Cities business is dedicated to the highest standard of excellence and ethical performance when it comes to radon measurement, mitigation, and the transfer of information to its customers and the general public.
Gonna hit the road with the family this summer? Hot, steamy roads and air temperatures can be hard on car---especially those tires. How old are those tires? Car maintenance needs to be part of your summer road trip prep. And don't procrastinate. Do the check a week or two BEFORE your trip.
If your summer wardrobe has you wearing more white or lighter colors, it can make a less-than-white smile stand out. And, let's face it, a whiter, brighter smile gives off the impression that you are younger and healthier. Here's an easy way to get a sparkling smile at a PSL discount!
This Geneseo company exists to help customers build their dream homes and remodeling projects. From start to finish (no matter the size of the project), they are committed to exceeding expectations! Here are some smart guidelines to consider before starting a build.
Maitland took a special road trip to Jackson County to conduct research to come up with this month's featured flavors. His "findings" are shared with Paula and viewers. Learn about these blonde and amber ales plus a fantastic stout. Cheers!
Two months after Quad-Cities environmentalist Chad Pregracke announced his ambitious Bison Bridge plans, the creative concept has earned around 30,000 supporters online and an endorsement from The Chicago Tribune editorial board. Learn more about why he wants to repurpose the I-80 bridge.
If you're looking for a getaway (and who isn't?!?), here's a place that offers wonderful experiences and delightful products/creations (including Melissa’s handmade jewelry!) that folks can find at this unique downtown Muscatine destination.
Spring has sprung and after a year of spending SO MUCH TIME AT HOME, maybe it’s time to freshen up your living space? Frankly, perhaps you are tired of the same view. Here's a great place to start the refresh.
After a COVID year of working from home, we've experienced having a job invade your home has significant ramifications for people’s ability to disconnect and have true downtime. Here's some great advice on how to draw some clear lines.
This is an energy source you might want to consider for your home or business comes because it currently comes with so many financial incentives from both federal and state governments. And besides saving money, the added benefit is having a smaller carbon footprint.
Stress can physically manifest into sleep & digestive problems, headaches or backaches, and myriad other symptoms. There’s a place in Bettendorf called “The Healing Heart Center” that that offers healing, holistic remedies and therapy. Employers might even consider offering such services for workers.
If you are ready to get “out” again to do some fun things close to home, how about a fun Mississippi River cruise with the Quad Cities’ own, Celebration Belle? The 38th cruising season is now underway with many cruising options available for sailors of all tastes & styles.
This East Village shop offers delicious, homemade ice cream made with the finest ingredients (many from local Quad Cities vendors!). Whether you prefer traditional flavors or more sophisticated combinations (such as goat cheese with roasted cherries), Here's The Scoop has something for every taste.
It's a new space in the Village for vintage shoppers to pick up antiques or in-demand retro furnishings from a business that oversees estate-sales that helps clear out entire homes or Baby-Boomers that want to downsize.
Moving can be an extremely stressful task. This moving company believes that the total you see on your moving invoice should NOT be part of the stress. This QCA company can provide an affordable moving quote---based on your moving needs---and handled with skill and care for your belongings.
As you shop through produce aisles in your favorite grocery store, you can't help but notice all the wildly colorful options. But did you know the color of a fruit or vegetable indicates particular nutrients within?
This retailer has offered upscale gifts, stationery, children’s books & toys in a beautiful retail space in downtown Moline for over 20 years. Check out Makeup Eraser, color-changing handsoap (know when you've washed long enough!), and Watermark Corner's 2021 book of the year selection---perfect for all ages.
Most of us are planning a lot more social gatherings this year....so you want to look your best (while keeping it easy)! How about self-adjusting foundation that automatically becomes the perfect color for your skin tone? Check out this PSL special to save $10, get a free lash enhancer, and free shipping.
Spring is a busy time for sprucing up spaces! Simply spending more time in one’s home during the pandemic has led to increased demands for remodeling. Floorcrafters, Inc. in Moline is happy to be part of the designing process to create remodeled areas the fulfill the dreams of homeowners all over the Quad Cities region.
It’s 18 feet and approximately 1,300 pounds! This life-long Quad Citian spent his winter in quarantine building a replica of the new I-74 span.....and made it into a shuffleboard. And it is available for sale.
“Buddy” is a sweet boy! He’s a housebroken, two-year-old basset mix who is very good with kids and cats. He needs a forever home where folks are home a lot because Buddy bonds strongly with people and suffers from separation anxiety.
Anamaria Rocha, who grew up in Moline’s Floreciente neighborhood, was recently hired as Mercado’s new director. She joins the nonprofit as it prepares for what will be the fifth season of the popular Friday night outdoor markets on 5th Avenue in downtown Moline. Plus---she announces new plans to expand into Davenport!
Check out this warm and welcoming family dental practice specializing in preventive oral health care, general dentistry, and cosmetic dentistry. This Davenport office features a special kids room called "The Enchanted Forest" complete with a tooth fairy visit and a prize box after the check up.
Part of this chef’s mission is to share what she’s learned about how to eat well to foster brain wellness and better moods. Using "good mood food" ingredients, learn how to prepare seared salmon with spinach saute' and spicy farro salad.
Our closets are filled with stuff we haven't worn in years. Spring is a great time to create a fresh start. Here are the five questions to ask yourself to figure out whether you should keep a clothing item or toss, sell, or donate it.
You don’t often meet people who “LOVE TO CLEAN”! Meet a married couple that loves to clean so much, they went into business---one year ago at the beginning of the pandemic. They don't cut corners, they clean 'em.
Cleaning a house naturally is not any more difficult than cleaning it with harsh chemicals. It improves indoor air quality and is much safer, especially for children and pets. "The Queen of Clean" shows us how to keep the kitchen clean and sanitized without using toxic concoctions.
Tarnished sliverware? Try this magic trick by using three, all-natural, common household ingredients to turn them into flatware that looks shiny and new. Plus learn easy ways to wipe away grease and grime without harsh ingredients.
Do you have questions about COVID-19? On Thursday, March 25, TV6′s Montse Ricossa will be the moderator of a COVID-19 educational event with local health officials to go over topics including the various vaccines, the level of efficacy, and guidelines.
One of the newest places to eat and drink in the Quad Cities has a fondness for classic, unique libations and Tiki-Style cocktails. Learn how to make a three-ingredient libation that you can mix at home called "Founder's Punch" from Cavort QC.
Why collect rainwater? It's free! It conserves water & energy, prevents flooding & erosion, and reduces contamination. Learn more about River Action’s Retain the Rain program and how it can help the non-profit's mission to protect and restore the Mississippi.
Leaving the house and not wearing sweatpants! Let's have some fun and consider some high-quality, “dressier” (& still comfy!) spring fashions as we get invited to more social events as the year unfolds.
Even if you spent the last year in pajama pants and slippers, let's have some fun and consider some high-quality, yet still comfortable spring fashions as we get invited to more social events as the year unfolds.
LoPiez Pizza is the only QCA pizzeria featuring true New York Style pies which are traditionally bigger, thinner pizzas cut into LARGE slices that can be folded. This QCA original now has three locations in Davenport and Moline.
Booze-free beverages are having a moment. There are a lot of really good reasons to choose an alcohol-free drink, here are a couple of recipes that are deliciously nutritious and still have the complex flavor of adult beverages.
Hydration is always important---especially as we approach warm weather. When we are dehydrated, we can experience headaches, light-headedness, tingling sensations, bad moods, poor sleep, and overeating. But you don't have to only drink plain old water. Let's get some tasty options!