It’s Sunday, and proudly presents Fun10, a list of the top 10 things to do in the Quad Cities this week, and every week!

Every Sunday, we drop a new Fun10, to give you a head start on your week and a heads up on what’s going on over the coming seven days. Check out Fun10 every Sunday for the details on ten awesome events happening around town. It’s a cool read, and a great way to get started planning your entertainment for the week.

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So what’s on the Fun10 for this week? Read on …

Tomfoolery Tonight With Sohrab Forouzesh!

Tomfoolery On Tremont, 901 Tremont, Davenport, presents SOHRAB FOROUZESH and Special Guests at 8 p.m. TONIGHT!
Table of 2 is $24  Table for 4 is $48, Limited seated due to social distancing, masks are required while not seated.
Sohrab Forouzesh is a Chicago based comedian and writer who won’t take it personally if you say his name wrong. He moved to the U.S from Iran when he was just eight years old, and his material is heavily influenced by his experiences as a fat Persian kid growing up in America. His rapid-fire delivery paired with his down to earth relatability is what makes him a favorite of the local Chicago comedy scene. He was recently named a finalist for StandUP NBC, and he’s also a regular at the world famous Laugh Factory, Comedy Bar, and Zanies Comedy Club.
Sohrab got his start in comedy while attending Western Michigan University where he won The Kalamazoo Comedy Competition and was a finalist in the TBS and Rooftop Comedy’s National College Comedy Competition. Before graduating college he opened for Nick Swardson and performed at the prestigious Gilda’s Laughfest Comedy Festival. He’s an Iranian comedian even your racist uncle will love.

Skate On Over To Skate City For Adults Only Skate

Looking to skate without all the kids falling down in front of you? Join Skate City, 1140 Avenue of the Cities, East Moline, for a great night of adult entertainment.

Advance tickets are sold online only and are $10 admission and $4.00 skate rental.

For more info, see here.

Hemingway Biographer Doing Virtual Q and A This Week

In conjunction with the new Ken Burns PBS documentary on author Ernest Hemingway, WQPT will hold a special 30-minute virtual screening and discussion with Mary V. Dearborn, a Hemingway biographer

Dearborn’s biography of Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) was published in 2017.

featured in the film, on April 27.

The free virtual event will take place that Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. and attendees will have the opportunity to ask Dearborn their Hemingway-related questions. Participants will also have the chance win copies of Dearborn’s 2017 Hemingway biography, a Google Home smart speaker, and other great prizes.

“Hemingway has this public image of being this extraordinarily masculine, kind of hypermasculine, macho guy, and that he had a huge following among men,” documentary director Lynn Novick said in a Monday release from WQPT, the Quad-Cities PBS station.

“We spent a lot of time and effort to try to understand his relationship with the women in his life: his mother, his sisters, his four wives, other women that mattered to him, others who broke his heart,” she said. “We probably only scratched the surface, but the women we have interviewed, the women in his life, and hearing the voices of his wives who have a lot to say, it’s very interesting.”

“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to connect an internationally-renowned Hemingway historian with our community,” said Michael Carton, WQPT’s director of education and outreach. “I think Ms. Dearborn understands Hemingway’s relationship with women almost better than anyone else, and it’ll be great to be able to ask her questions that the film wasn’t able to answer and get her answers.”

Horror Film Night Stalking Into Rozz Tox

Death Stitch Custom Clothing and Rozz-tox  presents Horror Cinema in the Garden, a series of outdoor films starting at 6 p.m. Friday at Rozz Tox, 2108 3rd Ave., Rock Island.
The films being shown include:
-Spring Fever 2020 directed by Izzy Sutton & Chris McElyea
-The Wicker Man 1973 directed by Robin Hardy runtime 88mins
-Highway to Hell 1991 directed by Brian Helgeland runtime 94 mins
-Night of the Creeps 1986 directed by Fred Dekker runtime 88mins
all films and times subject to change
As always this is a FREE admission event hosted by the 365 Horror Film Club. Some of these films are rated R, so we ask that all attendees be 17 years of age or accompanied by an adult. We try to present these films in a very relaxed setting encouraging conversation at these events, that being said if you have trouble hearing the film just let staff know, and we will turn it up for you. Attendees are also welcome to bring their favorite lawn chair. No outside food or drink is allowed at the Rozz-tox, but there will be a wide selection of food and drink available at the window. There will also be a wide variety of horror merchandise available from 365 Horror Films,and Death Stitch Custom Clothing.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED to Enter the building for bathroom use.

Black Box Theatre Presenting ‘Love, Loss And What I wore’

Angela Rathman joins Susan Perrin-Sallak, Liz Coin, Joanna Mills, Kim Kurtenbach, and Kayla Jo

Black Box Theatre co-founder Lora Adams again directs the new production.

Pulliam in Nora and Delia Ephron’s “Love, Loss and What I Wore” – a funny, sad, hopeful, truthful slice of clothing life, running through next weekend at Black Box Theater in Moline.

Rathman and her friend Perrin-Sallak are making their third appearance in the series of monologues and ensemble pieces, again directed by Black Box co-founder Lora Adams.

Performances at BBT will be 7:30 p.m. this Thursday to Saturday, and 2 p.m. this Sunday.

Tickets are $13 for Thursday performances and $16 for all others, available at

Drive On In To The Car Show — Now With Ice Cream!

What says warmer temps are on the way better than antique cars and ice cream?

Make plans to join the Mississippi Valley Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America for the return of Cars & Ice Cream this Sunday Apr 25 from 3:30 – 5 p.m. at Country Style Ice Cream, located at 5264 Utica Ridge Road Davenport.

All are welcome to this one of kind sweet event. Drive in, meet friends, eat ice cream and talk cars!

Cars & Ice Cream, sponsored by Country Style Ice Cream and the Mississippi Valley Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America, will take place on the last Sunday of every month – April through September.

The Mississippi Valley Region is one of the older regions of the A.A.C.A. It was established in the 50’s by a handful of car enthusiasts to promote interest and preservation of antique automobiles, family enjoyment, and friendship, and to learn and share knowledge with others, but mostly just to have fun.

Membership is open to anyone with an interest in old cars, trucks, or motorcycles. It’s not necessary to own an older vehicle to be a club member. To be a club member, MVR – AACA invites you to come and attend one of their club functions and see how much fun everyone has.

For more information, including upcoming MVR – AACA events, visit or check them out on Facebook.

It’s Cinco De Mayo On Uno De Mayo

Enjoy the fun of Cinco De Mayo on Uno De Mayo!

Ganzos, 3923 N. Marquette, Davenport, is hosting a Cinco de Mayo Fiesta and 5K on Saturday, May 1st, 2021!

See all that they have planned for this year at

Quad City Arts High School Art Show On Display

Quad City Arts presents the 44th-annual High School Art Invitational at Quad City Arts Gallery in Rock Island, through April 29, 2021. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

The gallery (1715 2nd Ave., Rock Island) will be open extended hours — until 8 p.m. — on April 29th.  A virtual award presentation is live on

Quad City Arts Facebook page , along with an online gallery where all of the entries can be viewed at,

This exhibition features exemplary works of art selected by each high school art teacher in the region. On average, 16 schools, 28 teachers and over 170 students are provided the opportunity to show their artwork in a commercial art gallery and compete for over $4,000 in scholarships and prizes.

Primary sponsorship is provided by The William Butterworth Foundation. Scholarships are sponsored by the Morrisey Family Foundation, The Deere Employees Credit Union and Quad City Arts’ board members. Other awards are sponsored by Dphilms, Living Lands & Waters, Zimmerman Honda, the Left Bank Art League, The Rock Island Art Guild and local artists in the area of their expertise.

Quad City Arts is a nonprofit local arts agency dedicated to enriching the quality of life in the region through the arts. The Quad City Arts Center Gallery hours are Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

For more information, visit

Live On Tuesday Night, It’s Trivia Night Live!

Trivia Night Live is rolling into The Tangled Wood in Bettendorf every Tuesday at 7 p.m.!
It’s Free To Play, with up to eight people per team playing in various categories.

What is Trivia Night Live?

Trivia Night Live is a live interactive team trivia game played at your favorite restaurants and bars. The game consists of four rounds of questions of increasing difficulty and point values. Categories range from current events, history, geography, science, sports, and more….

Trivia Night Live is free to play, and you can have up to 8 members on a team.

Prizes are awarded for the winner of the 1st half and the overall winners win a $25 gift card for 1st Place, $10 for 2nd Place (cannot be used the same night).

We ask a question, and then play a song. Your team has the duration of that song to turn in your answer. No cell phones. web devices or smart watches can be used, just the useless trivial knowledge contained between your ears.


presented by Think & Drink Entertainment.

Bootleg Hill Open Mic Every Thursday

Looking for a spot to showcase your talents?

How about the Bootleg Hill open mic night?

The musical open mic night is back. Happening weekly at Bootleg Hill Honey Meads in downtown Davenport. All are welcome. Hosted by Dan Fennesy and starts at 8 p.m.


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