80 Hours

  • Friday night joy graces IC

    - Aug 27, 2015
    As August nears an end, you may begin to feel you’re wasting your warm summer nights searching for something to switch up your dull, repetitive routine. Summer of the Arts will attempt to provide a solution
  • Comedy meets beats meets who knows?

    - Aug 27, 2015
    By Jasmine Putney jasmine-putney@uiowa.edu COMEDY What: Dakaboom When: 10 p.m. Friday Where: IMU Hawkeye Room Admission: Free A cappella and beat box, falsetto and bass, pop and hip-hop. Musical opposites fly in the air, unexpectedly melting
  • Maine-lining the indie-folk scene

    - Aug 27, 2015
    By Tessa Solomon tessa-solomon@uiowa.edu The Brunswick, Maine, local rental store DVD Explosion was closed for the day, but Aly Spaltro was still there working. She had transformed the store’s basement into a makeshift studio. Her albums,
  • Dreaming big in new Hancher

    - Aug 27, 2015
    By Grace Pateras grace-pateras@uiowa.edu From sitting in the Hancher Auditorium audience as a child to performing on its stage and launching a career touring across the country, one successful Iowan is excited about the opening of
  • Batman: Arkham Knight and a look at E3

    - Aug 27, 2015
    Game Rating: 8.5/10 By Jordan Ryder jordan-ryder@uiowa.edu Arkham Knight is both hands down my favorite Arkham title and a fitting conclusion to the series. Plot is difficult to discuss without spoiling it, but, of the series,
  • Climbing to Olympus

    - Jul 19, 2015
    Bands come and go in Iowa City, as in any music scene. Dependable as the tides, the town has a steady inward and outward flow of young artistic talent, both university-nurtured and otherwise. Not every group
  • Summer rocks the area

    - Jul 19, 2015
    Things to do in Iowa City this summer (For free or very little cost). Visit a local park or bike trail Iowa is blessed with an abundance of accessible nature. Thankfully, parks in Iowa City, Coralville,
  • Funny business

    - Apr 29, 2015
    By Conor McBrien Comedy can be tough. It forces performers to be creatures of the night. They work in spotlights in the center of dim rooms. Their habitats are basements, bars, and theaters But this artform
  • City Circle summons Into the Woods back to the stage

    - Apr 29, 2015
    By Devyn Young At the beginning of the show, there are three pieces onstage: a chimney, a fireplace, and the outside of the cottage, a black curtain serving as a backdrop. The narrator, a man dressed

Special Sections

Print Edition

Front Page PDF

Text Links