River Center

Suddenly, the Quad Cities is the place to be for Democratic presidential candidates. Four of them will stop here this week, starting with former Vice President Joe Biden Wednesday afternoon.

Downtown Davenport Partnership

A benefit concert for flood victims in Davenport will be held next month. Flood Fest is set for Friday June 7th at the River Center, with all proceeds going to flood recovery efforts in downtown Davenport.

An award winning reporter, commentator, and author will keynote the second annual Intelligent Conversation event, hosted by WVIK. Entitled "A Path Appears: An Intelligent Conversation about Real People Working to the Change the World," it will feature Nicholas Kristof.

Mark Perna

A nationally-known author and speaker will headline this week's Career Night Expo for the Davenport schools. Drawing on his experiences in marketing, and as a single parent, Mark Perna wrote "Answering Why: Unleashing Passion, Purpose, and Performance in Younger Generations."


St. Ambrose University is preparing for its winter commencement weekend. On Saturday, 261 graduates, including 92 grad students and 36 doctoral candidates, will receive their degrees. 

Kyle Carter

Davenport is spending $3 million for upgrades at the River Center and Adler Theatre. A project to replace the boilers has already started, and the city will soon approve bids to replace the roof-top units and controllers.

Dr. Seuss & the QCSO

Apr 28, 2017

The Quad City Symphony Orchestra will reach out to the community this weekend - with a Family Music Carnival Saturday and special concerts on Sunday.


The man who spent more than seven years helping renovate the Adler Theatre will be honored tonight. The stage in the downtown Davenport theatre will be named the "Gregory P. Schermer Stage."

Schermer first began working on the stage project in 2005 as chairman of the River Center for the Performing Arts, a non-profit formed to renovate the theatre.

wvik staff

Health care was the focus for Hillary Clinton today during a campaign stop in Davenport. But questions for the democratic presidential candidate during a community forum ranged from guns and education, to job creation and how to fight ISIS in the Middle East.