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Posted by Paul Brennan | Aug 1, 2017

A new sports court is opening at Wetherby Park during Party in the Park on Thursday. The dual use court is the first in the city designed for futsal, a...

Posted by Lauren Shotwell | Aug 1, 2017

Among the Living and the Dead: A Tale of Exile and Homecoming on the War Roads of Europe, the recently published book by University of Iowa Assistant Professor Inara Verzemnieks,...

Posted by Baynard Woods | Aug 1, 2017

Trump was right when he said the system was broken. He is proof of that. He is a product of our normal, its culmination. It’s not normal that a psycho...

Posted by Nicolás Giussani | Aug 1, 2017

Estoy sentado en el pasto en el Old Capitol. Toca The Cookers en el Festival de Jazz. Estamos despidiendo a nuestros amigos Alba y Carlo, que se van a Colombia....

Posted by Thomas Dean | Aug 1, 2017

It is the best of times, it is the worst of times: the first half of August in Iowa City. For half a month twice a year (also early January),...

Posted by Letters | Aug 1, 2017

If you follow voting numbers, you’ll see that people come out in the largest numbers for presidential elections. The next largest group of voters come out every couple years for...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Jul 31, 2017

New features and old problems were discussed at Friday night's public meeting on Iowa City’s Pedestrian Mall Improvement Program.

Posted by Zak Neumann | Jul 29, 2017

The University of Iowa celebrated the opening of its newest residence hall, the Elizabeth Catlett Residence Hall, with a ceremony and tours on Friday. The 12-story building along the Iowa...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Jul 27, 2017

Fun is not a word usually associated with discussions of education policy or increasing voter turnout, but Rachel Korach Howell and Kelly Garrett wanted to change that. Community Rocks! Rally...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Jul 27, 2017

No city in Iowa has made more money from traffic cameras than Cedar Rapids. But two cases challenging the city’s use of traffic cameras on Interstate 380, which were recently...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Jul 26, 2017

The governor's office was one of several state agencies that declined to participate in a Tuition Task Force meeting. The Board of Regents cancelled the planned meeting due the lack...

Posted by Jason Smith | Jul 26, 2017

University of Iowa painting and drawing Professor Emeritus David Dunlap welcomed visiting musician David Dondero to Dunlap’s home studio for a discussion of anything and everything on their minds —...

Posted by Emma Husar | Jul 25, 2017

Now that first phase of construction on Riverfront Crossings Park is well underway, work on phase two — an extensive nature play area — is projected to begin in September,...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Jul 24, 2017

Iowa City's nine-day Rummage in the Ramp kicks off on Wednesday at the Chauncey Swan Parking ramp, and this year, rummagers can win money by turning their purchases into art.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Jul 24, 2017

Two Des Moines women were taken into custody by the Iowa State Patrol on Monday, following a press conference in which they admitted to damaging the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL)...

Posted by Emma Husar | Jul 24, 2017

The Black Hawk Mini Park in downtown Iowa City will host a temporary art installation called the Prairie Box designed by Hannah Givler, a sculpture and design instructor at the...