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Bars may convert to private clubs

We’ve built this mouse trap, but we’ve also created this bigger more creative mouse – Mark Ginsberg Download The Iowa City Press Citizen – Bars may convert to private clubs PDF

By M.C. Ginsberg

December 18, 2010

A new paradigm emerges

As Mark Twain said, “the reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.” My crystal ball isn’t any more clairvoyant than anyone else, but I do feel optimistic that private business, the city and the University…

By M.C. Ginsberg

December 14, 2010

Ginsberg to host reception

We are hosting a champagne reception at our store, 110 E. Washington St., Iowa City, to introduce Betty Thursten and celebrate her recent engagement.

By M.C. Ginsberg

December 12, 2010

Where the rivers run wild

Committee touts advantages to Iowa Great Places advisory board. “Mark Ginsberg, of Iowa City, a member of the advisory board, said he liked to hear that projects are intended to have free- market, private control,…

By M.C. Ginsberg

September 22, 2010

Englert features America's most well-known filmmakers

As fall approaches, the Englert Theatre provides Iowa City with a chance to view the works of acclaimed American artists. In a series dedicated to American filmmakers, Martin Scorsese will be presented first in a…

By M.C. Ginsberg

September 13, 2010

‘Play me, I’m yours’

A phenomenon called “Play Me, I’m Yours,” which British artist Luke Jerram started in London in 2008, has recently been picked up in Iowa City by two businessmen — Mark Ginsberg and Marc Moen after…

By M.C. Ginsberg

June 9, 2010