• Too Happy, yes, but less than happy

    - Jul 6, 2017
    Kate Kasten will read from her newest book, *Too Happy*, the story of an ESL teacher and her students By Levi Wright On July 9, Iowa author Kate Kasten will read from her newest book,...
  • If the river was whiskey: Bourbon and Blues celebrates some Iowa bourbon and a stream of blues‬

    - Jul 6, 2017
    The eighth-annual Bourbon and Blues Fest will celebrate all weekend long with Iowa’s first bourbon, BBQ, and jazz. By Levi Wright The Freedom Festival will come to a close with one of its last events,...
  • Wolf delights at Mission Creek

    - Apr 10, 2017
    By Hannah Crooks With a line stretching down the sidewalk and around the corner of the bar, frenzied fans of comedian Michelle Wolf crowded her sold out show at The Mill the evening of April...
  • DIIV-ing into Mission Creek

    - Apr 9, 2017
    By Claire Dietz DIIV performed April 7 at the Englert as a part of Mission Creek Festival. The Englert is not the typical place one would see people eagerly crowding closer to the stage in...
  • Cool Kids reunite for Blue Moose performance

    - Apr 9, 2017
    By Claire Dietz After four years of separation, the Cool Kids has returned, this time to Iowa City’s Mission Creek Festival on April 7 at the Blue Moose. The group, consisting of Antoine “Sir Michael...
  • Pieta Brown brings Americana home

    - Apr 9, 2017
    By Claire Dietz Pieta Brown is a familiar name to Iowa City and the Mission Creek Festival. As an American singer/songwriter with a penchant for poetry and music in her genes, these aspects of her...
  • Lit Crawl takes over central IC

    - Apr 9, 2017
    n  By Claire Dietz Iowa City is the nation’s only UNESCO City of Literature and home to the world-renowned Iowa Writers’ workshop. Ergo, it comes as no surprise to see people crowding at Mission Creek...
  • IC band Port Authority shines in Mission Creek début

    - Apr 8, 2017
    By Brett Shaw A band created in the dorms of the University of Iowa by the name of Port Authority was excited to perform in the famous Iowa City festival that they have attended for...
  • Cho’s radical brand of comedy burns brightly at Mission Creek

    - Apr 7, 2017
    By Brett Shaw Strutting onto the Englert stage in a Christmas sweater, pajama shorts, torn leggings, and boots, Margaret Cho exhibited absolute fearlessness before delivering her opening bit about Donald Trump’s exotic sex life. Cho...
  • Tennis, with love, set to play Mission Creek

    - Apr 7, 2017
    By Austin Henderson Indie-rock darlings Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley performed as Tennis at 7 p.m. April 7th at the classic Iowa City venue Gabe’s alongside rising local act the Port Authority. Gracing a stage...

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