Events

  • 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 joshua-balicki@uiowa.edu 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 joshua-balicki@uiowa.edu 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 salma-rios@uiowa.edu 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 salma-rios@uiowa.edu 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 joshua-balicki@uiowa.edu 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 natalie-betz@uiowa.edu 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 samuel-hookom@uiowa.edu...
  • 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 joshua-balicki@uiowa.edu 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 rhiana-chickering@uiowa.edu 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 sarah-stortz@uiowa.edu On Tuesday in Uptown Bill’s Coffeehouse, 730 S. Dubuque St., several different people of diverse nationalities stood on...

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