80 Hours

  • Traversing the enigma inside a mystery

    - Jul 13, 2017
    By Levi Wright levi-wright@uiowa.edu Found Audio takes readers through a story that has been passed on through time shrouded in mystery and adventure. On July 16, N.J. Campbell will read from his novel, Found Audio, at...
  • Electronic music fest to come to IC

    - Jul 12, 2017
    A new festival to showcase electric dance music is coming to Iowa City in September. The Middle of Nowhere Festival will take place in venues across town, featuring local DJs as well as names from around...
  • Two dispatches from the uprisings

    - Jul 11, 2017
    Siobhan Fallon and Bianca Marais read from their newest books, which take place in Jordan and South Africa. By Levi Wright levi-wright@uiowa.edu Siobhan Fallon’s and Bianca Marais’ newest books show readers a glimpse of two distinct...
  • 80/35 marries culture and commerce

    - Jul 10, 2017
    The 10th anniversary of 80/35 music festival in Des Moines commemorates a solidified relationship between city and culture. By Ben Smith benjamin-a-smith@uiowa.edu DES MOINES — Thousands of people filled Western Gateway Park this past weekend, a...
  • 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 levi-wright@uiowa.edu On July 9, Iowa author Kate Kasten will read from her newest book,...
  • Love and death and beguiling in the war

    - Jul 6, 2017
    In the midst of the Civil War, love, violence, and feminism are intertwined. By Irene Enlow irene-enlow@uiowa.edu Sultry, spooky, and sensual, The Beguiled, which is playing at FilmScene, is a dark summer tale that explores the...
  • Buddy Holly returns, alive, well, and ravin’

    - Jul 6, 2017
    The Rave-ons will pay tribute to Buddy Holly, with That’ll Be The Day, at the Old Creamery Theater. By Levi Wright levi-wright@uiowa.edu The Old Creamery Theater will celebrate the music of Buddy Holly, a 1950s rock...
  • Girls empowered through rock ’n’ roll

    - Jul 6, 2017
    The girls’ rock ’n’ roll camp Girls Rock Iowa City showcases its talent at the Blue Moose. By Sophia Dewaard  sophia-dewaard@uiowa.edu On July 1, Blue Moose Tap House, 211 Iowa Ave., traded in its usual crowd...
  • 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 levi-wright@uiowa.edu The Freedom Festival will come to a close with one of its last events,...
  • Bomb-itty bravely embraces its own, vibrant vision

    - Jul 3, 2017
    The Bomb-itty of Errors brings vitality to Shakespeare with a fresh new adaptation. By Irene Enlow irene-enlow@uiowa.edu A frenzied, funky take on William Shakespeare’s A Comedy of Errors, Riverside Theater’s The Bomb-itty of Errors is a...

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