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Oct 17, 2017| Community/News, Featured

Science has served as the source of U.S. innovation for decades, but it has recently been under attack with funding for basic science in the United States at a 40-year low.

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Issue 230 | Oct. 18-31, 2017

Flip through the pages of Little Village magazine issue 230. In this edition, Prairie Pop talks with DJ Spooky about his love of live sampling, past collaborations and upcoming music premiere at the Witching Hour festival…

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Posted by Laura Johnson | Oct 21, 2017| Arts & Entertainment

Pang! had its world premiere last night at CSPS Hall in the New Bohemia district of Cedar Rapids, and I cannot imagine that one person left this remarkable show unaffected.

These eastern Iowa attractions are the subjects of eerie speculation, from a cursed statue to a ghostly mascot to Iowa's most haunted asylum.

Posted by Letters | Oct 20, 2017| Letters

Service. Dedication. Integrity. All of these words describe Susan Mims and her two decades of work on behalf of our community.

Posted by Lauren Shotwell | Oct 20, 2017| Community/News

A group of activists and community members gathered on the south side of Cedar Rapids Thursday afternoon outside a nondescript building with a tiny sign: "Homeland Security." They were protesting...

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Oct 20, 2017

Service. Dedication. Integrity. All of these words describe Susan Mims and her two decades of work on behalf of our community.

Oct 18, 2017

As a young native Iowan, it is exciting to see a young person such as Ryan Hall, a non-traditional University of Iowa student, running for our city council. So often, people our age choose to move to more exciting and diverse places than Iowa, so it is heartening to see someone young commit to our...

Oct 18, 2017

I write you today to announce my support for Mazahir Salih for Iowa City Council At-Large. Mazahir Salih's commitment to justice for working class people is inspiring.

Oct 18, 2017

I am writing in support of Ryan Hall’s run for City Council in Iowa City and encourage everyone to vote for him on Nov. 7.

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Oct 11, 2017

The grant will help fund a nature play area that will combine a traditional playground with landscape-based features.

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Oct 11, 2017

The top half of Debbie the zombie is still missing, so Zombie Burger is now offering a reward.

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Oct 9, 2017

On Monday, around 40 University of Iowa students and community members gathered on the Pentacrest to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day and highlight the ongoing struggles Indigenous people face. The rally was organized by the UI Native American Student Association (NASA) and several members of the group shared what the day meant to them.

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