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Jun 25, 2017| Community/News, Featured

The Iowa City Downtown District hosted a massive block party Saturday night that took over the pedestrian mall and several streets. Huge crowds turned out to see live music, play games and sand volleyball, dance at a silent disco and catch fashion from local designers and boutiques at the Fashion 500.

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Issue 223 | June 21 – July 11, 2017

Flip through the pages of Little Village magazine issue 223. In this edition, LV talks to Iowa City’s Sudanese community about Trump’s travel ban and today’s divisive — and often hateful — political climate. Also inside…

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Posted by Eleanore Taft | Jun 28, 2017| Community/News

Cedar Rapid’s Pride festival is blowing up this year with a full week of events from Sunday, July 2 through Sunday, July 9. Saturday’s main event, CR PrideFest, outgrew its...

Posted by Paul Osgerby | Jun 28, 2017| Arts & Entertainment

'EatChewAlive' is visual artist John Schlue’s debut exhibition in Iowa City -- some 14 years after he graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in studio art. The...

Posted by Paul Osgerby | Jun 28, 2017| Arts & Entertainment

For one week Girls Rock! Iowa City campers -- aged 8 to 16 -- have been learning about instruments and marginalized identities in rock and roll. On Saturday, July 1...

Posted by Eleanore Taft | Jun 28, 2017| Community/News

Iowa City's Emily Maxwell never expected to find herself racing sled dogs in the Iditarod. But this year she completed a 200-mile and two 300-mile qualifying races, and if she...

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Letters to the Editor

Jun 20, 2017

Word Thug is a new, all-volunteer critical and literary multimedia magazine with an emancipatory call for creative expression by community artists, writers and educators. We are writers and artists, rappers and breakers, filmmakers and photographers, teachers and students.

Jun 20, 2017

Months ago, I was shocked to read reports that the Iowa City Community School District has been using small, plywood boxes to seclude students as a form of discipline. But I am even more disheartened by the district’s refusal to put an immediate end to the practice. This is unacceptable.

Jun 6, 2017

By Audrey Keith Yes, racism happens in liberal Johnson County. On April 6, an employee of Coralville Petco used a racial slur against Chelsey Montgomery and then forced her to leave the store with the assistance of Coralville police officers. Chelsey’s live Facebook video about the incident later went viral. While Chelsey has received some...

Jun 6, 2017

The only good news in Iowa’s new voter ID law, House File 516, is that it doesn’t take effect right away. So if you’re reading up on this now, you have time to get ready. The problem, of course, is that at the last minute lots of people won’t be ready -- which of course...

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Latest Features

Jun 20, 2017

Hanadi Elshazali will always remember what it felt like to go to work on Nov. 9, 2016 — the day after the country elected Donald Trump as its 45th president. She’ll remember the chaotic silence as she entered her office at the Pheasant Ridge Neighborhood Center of Johnson County, the muffled whispers that made her […]

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Jun 20, 2017

Food and identity are inextricably linked. This is both cliché and absolutely true. It is not surprising then that people get angry when others appropriate the foods that they identify with culturally. If you don’t believe me take a look at the Kitchen Sister’s wonderful series Hidden Kitchen: War & Peace & Food. But what exactly is appropriation? Is...

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Jun 20, 2017

Before the table is set and the salad is tossed, dinner with the Graf-Sherburne family begins with a bicycle ride -- training wheels optional.

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