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Posted by Deanne Wortman | Nov 10, 2010

You may have noticed a small open space the size of a downtown building at the north end of the Pedestrian Mall in downtown Iowa City. People flow through this...

Posted by Drew Bulman | Nov 10, 2010

Iowa City, let's navel gaze for a moment. Our town, despite its location and size, has been ranked by The Advocate magazine as the third most gay-friendly city in the...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Nov 5, 2010

It’s not particularly hip to be a fan. Not that I’ve noticed, anyway. I’ve personally suffered many an eye-roll from less fanatic friends and I’ve seen fellow fans dressed in...

Posted by Adrianne Behning | Nov 1, 2010

This weekend the streets were crawling with folks in their best Halloween attire, and I couldn't click my camera fast enough. I did manage to snap some of the characters...

Posted by Dawn Frary | Oct 26, 2010

The Amana Colonies are known to Iowans hither and yon as a mecca of cheese, wine, wool, barns and buggies. Certainly everyone knows that in the Amanas, there is an...

Posted by Adrianne Behning | Oct 16, 2010

The Mill hosted a fundraiser benefiting the Local Foods Connection on Sept 25th. The evening was packed with music from a variety of local artists, art and handmade goods, raffles,...

Posted by admin | Oct 7, 2010

The Future South of Burlington; p. 10 - 21, Take 2; p. 8 - Larry Baker Saves the Day; p. 12 - Perfect Season: Over. Now what?; p. 6 -...

Posted by Loren Ditzler | Oct 6, 2010

It’s already getting dark on Sunday when you hop off the train, just back from a weekend in Chicago. As the sun sets over the river, you take a stroll...

Posted by Yale Cohn | Oct 6, 2010

Were there a facility large enough to house us all I suspect we’d have long ago been ordered by the court to attend some ambiguously-named in-patient rehab facility where our...

Posted by Paul Seeman | Oct 6, 2010

Times being what they are, I recently spent a day in a homeless shelter. Along with a dozen other visitors, I toured Chicago’s 133-year-old Pacific Garden Mission, which recently moved...

Posted by Thomas Dean | Oct 6, 2010

One of the problems we have in modern, globalized, industrialized society is that we often fail to understand, acknowledge or care about the consequences of what we do. If we...

Posted by Stephanie Catlett | Oct 6, 2010

Everything about the Arizona game felt off. Thanks to an Auburn/Clemson (who cares?) overtime, most Hawk fans watching in Iowa City missed the key first possession, and the resulting blocked...

Posted by Larry Baker | Oct 6, 2010

I’m a fiction writer, but I’m not a very good creative writer. Like a lot of writers, I steal shamelessly from my own life and change the names to protect…well,...

Posted by Dr. Star | Oct 6, 2010

FOR EVERYONE ~ Progress, sort of. In October, some very important things will move ahead while others will remain stalled. So, while some progress is possible, an abundance of unknowns...

Posted by Kent Williams | Sep 21, 2010

Party at the Mill Saturday September 25th for a good cause: Local Foods Connection!

Posted by Kent Williams | Sep 18, 2010

Old timey musical fun at the Fiddlers Picnic Sunday 9/18/2010 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds. Get yer bodran on!