• Jazz as a pearl, Wynton as a diamond

    - Sep 21, 2017
    Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis is coming to Hancher By Tong Tong The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis is going to give Iowa City an opportunity to see what...
  • Mooring play will discuss the search for gender, manipulation, & church and its intersections

    - Sep 21, 2017
    The UI Theater Department will present Mooring, a play about transgender twins coming to terms with their father’s suicide and his manipulation. By Salma Rios The University of Iowa Theater Department is known for putting...
  • Gladstone takes aim at ‘fake news’

    - Sep 21, 2017
    Fake news has garnered a huge amount of negative press in the last year, and a famous New York journalist will visit Iowa City to look beyond the headlines. By Sarah Stortz News junkies turned...
  • Elliott opens eyes of all kinds at Englert

    - Sep 19, 2017
    Jane Elliott, best known for her ‘Blue Eyes- Brown Eyes’ exercise spoke Monday night at the Englert as a part of the Green Room Series. By Claire Dietz Jane Elliott can make a room laugh....
  • 1884, the year Iowa City rioted over beer

    - Sep 14, 2017
    In 1884, Iowa banned all alcohol. The German Beer Mafia of Iowa City was not happy. By Claire Dietz Carroll Zuber was traveling in Germany, when he had an idea: bring microbrewing to Iowa. In 1975,...
  • BrewNost brings international beers to Iowa

    - Sep 14, 2017
    National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library will celebrate its 14th BrewNost with brewers and beer from all over the world. By Levi Wright Few things compare with the sweet roasted flavor of a dark...
  • 80 Hours calendar (09/14/17)

    - Sep 14, 2017
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  • On the wings of literature, culture

    - Sep 14, 2017
    An Iraqi poet and International Writing Program resident breaks through silence and writes her way to Iowa City and environs. By Joshua Balicki As the oldest and largest multinational writing residency in the world, the...
  • Coffins come alive, art in the afterlife

    - Sep 14, 2017
    Ghanaian artist Eric Adjetey Anang will display his Fantasy Coffins on Saturday from noon-5 p.m. The IMU Black Box Theater will host his six coffins. Anang is also an artist in residence this semester. By Madison...
  • Brother-based duo Cactus Blossoms blooming in the Mill

    - Sep 12, 2017
    Up-and-coming, singer-songwriter brothers, The Cactus Blossoms, didn’t plan for an international tour, a TV cameo, and a critically acclaimed album. But it’s happening. By Lily Goodman Minnesota brothers Page Burkum and Jack Torrey didn’t have...

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