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City walks: The pleasure of ambling along, right where you are
Oftentimes in articles extolling a good walk, that walk usually takes place in a park or along a scenic trail. But the majority of the walking most of us do every day takes place a little closer to home, as we stroll through our neighborhoods or head down the street from work to get lunch and those walks have value, too. In that spirit, we asked four Radish writers, each from a different community, to share pictures and thoughts from one of their favorite walks.

Click here to get a glimpse of what each had to share about her favorite city strolls.


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Video: Young artists create eye-catching murals at the Davenport Freight House


Sixteen art apprentices contributed their talents to paint murals at the Freight House, 421 W. River Drive, Davenport, in... More »

Great grilling: Local meat vendors build a better bratwurst
Whether it's brats, burgers, hotdogs or something else, there's nothing quite like something cooked up on the backyard grill. So good.

Meatheads Meat Market Food and Grocery, located at 520 10th Ave. W., in Milan, Illinois, is a place where you can find your fill of variety. Its second-shift staff stays busy, as it prepares to sell more than 50 homemade smoked meats and more than 30 varieties of fresh homemade bratwurst during the year.More »

Paddle on! World record or no, Floatzilla offers plenty of fun
For many, the rewards in life are in the journey — and for the participants of the annual paddlesports event known as Floatzilla, that couldn't hold more true.

Every year, canoe and kayak paddlers flock to the area in an effort to break a world record for the largest number of kayaks and canoes assembled together in a mass raft. They've come close in the past, falling just a few boats short.

For true enthusiasts of the... More »

Health care 411: What your teen needs to know before leaving for college
For the last 18 years or so, you've been the keeper of the thermometer, the dispenser of the over-the-counter fever reducers, and when you've needed to, the reminder to take the twice-a-day, finish-the-whole-bottle antibiotics.

So what happens when your not-so-little one is heading off to college? Whether they're traveling to the next town over, across the state, or to the other side of the country, they won't always have you with them in... More »

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