• R&B sensation Witt Lowry to perform at Blue Moose

    - Nov 7, 2017
    R&B sensation Witt Lowry will perform at Blue Moose as part of his I Could Not Plan This tour. By Joshua Balicki Before he turned into a hip-hop sensation, Witt Lowry was drawn to the...
  • Jam band Dopapod offers escape

    - Nov 7, 2017
    Dopapod slides from college parties to national tours. By Joshua Balicki Dopapod started out as a Colorado-based, non-vocal funk band and has grown into one of the most influential jam bands to date. More often...
  • Carmen Maria Machado reads at Prairie Lights

    - Nov 6, 2017
    Author Carmen Maria Machado reads from her book of short stories Her Body and Other Parties, regarding female sexuality. By Salma Rios In the world of literature, one topic that seems to be taboo is...
  • Murder at the heart of ‘Lady Killers’, a book about female serial killers

    - Nov 2, 2017
    Tori Telfer reads from her book about female serial killers on Halloween night at Prairie Lights. By Salma Rios Halloween: the spookiest day of the year. Most people go trick-or-treating with their children, while others...
  • Music from the heart of SunSquabi

    - Nov 2, 2017
    Popularized as hydro-funk, the band’s multi-layered music incorporates rock, jazz, electronic, and blues. SunSquabi will perform tonight at the Blue Moose. By Joshua Balicki The electronic band SunSquabi started in 2011 when guitarist Kevin Donohue experimented with Ableton...
  • Nine years of Rocky Horror, nine years of inclusivity

    - Oct 27, 2017
    By Natalie Betz For the ninth year in a row, Comics in Action, an improvisational comedy group located in Iowa City, Coralville, and Cedar Rapids, will re-enact The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Englert, 221...
  • Mark Felt and the Current State of Leaks

    - Oct 27, 2017
    Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House is a biopic about the most famous whistleblower outside of Edward Snowden, and his legacy helps contextualize the modern state of leaks By Sam Hookom
  • Ethan Lipton & His Orchestra touch down at Hancher

    - Oct 26, 2017
    Ethan Lipton & His Orchestra will take you to another planet—literally. By Joshua Balicki The blue janitorial jumpsuits are subdued underneath a twinge of purple light. Glow-in-the-dark stars are scattered across the back wall as...
  • NYC ballet performs at Hancher on MOVES tour

    - Oct 26, 2017
    The New York City Ballet performed at Hancher during its MOVES tour, bringing along a small group of talented dancers, including Miriam Miller, who grew up in Iowa City. By Rhiana Chickering On Tuesday and...
  • Artists of color continue to strive using the spoken word

    - Oct 26, 2017
    WRAC collaborates with Monsoon to put together a spoken-word event for people of color. By Sarah Stortz On Tuesday in Uptown Bill’s Coffeehouse, 730 S. Dubuque St., several different people of diverse nationalities stood on...

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