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Posted by Jessica Cline | Oct 3, 2017

Muslim-American writer G. Willow Wilson will give a free lecture at Hancher Auditorium on Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. titled A Superhero for Generation Why. The lecture is a part...

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Posted by Thomas Dean | Oct 3, 2017

Many think extraordinary measures are needed to solve the dramatic challenges we face in the 21st century, including climate change. Perhaps the opposite is true as well. Perhaps what we...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 2, 2017

At its Tuesday meeting, the Iowa City Council is expected to approve a new city ordinance that would allow tenants to without rent in certain cases

Posted by Little Village | Oct 1, 2017

The topic of democracy has become more pronounced as the nature of the institution — at least in its American context — seems imperiled. Khizr Khan, born in Pakistan but...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 29, 2017

Be prepared to pay if you park in the ramp at the Court Street Transportation Center regardless of what day it is. Starting Oct. 1, the exit gates will be...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 28, 2017

El Banditos is sponsoring a benefit to raise money for earthquake victims in the south-central Mexican state of Morelos, hometown of El Banditos employees.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 28, 2017

A public meeting on voting rights will be held at the Center for Worker Justice on Sunday.

Posted by Emma McClatchey | Sep 28, 2017

From donuts to glow sticks, a single mile to 10 miles, these local races will make you (actually) want to run this fall.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 27, 2017

It's only fitting that an unusual store would pick an unusual time for its grand opening ceremony.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 27, 2017

The Cedar Rapids Community School District will close eight elementary schools and replace the buildings of almost all the remaining 13 elementary schools, according to a presentation on the district’s...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 26, 2017

On Wednesday, the city will hold a public workshop on plans for an improved, and possibly more bike-friendly, Gilbert St.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 26, 2017

The Iowa City Bike Library will be moving again. “This is going to be our third move in as many years,” Cody Gieselman, the Bike Library’s executive director, said.

Posted by Emma McClatchey | Sep 26, 2017

UPDATE: Stores across Iowa, including John’s Grocery, will soon stock their shelves with beer from Colorado craft beer company Ska Brewing. Based in the southwest Colorado city of Durango, Ska...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 25, 2017

During her Monday press conference, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds came out strongly in favor of the American flag and against NFL players silently protesting during the national anthem. But judging...

Posted by Lauren Shotwell | Sep 25, 2017

According to the report by Ryan J. Foley, the business man was recruited in secret -- with Regents flouting Iowa's open meetings and records laws by using private email accounts...

Posted by Little Village | Sep 24, 2017

At the Englert, on Sept. 25 at 7 p.m., Lisa Lucas will anchor a night that focuses on literature and its unique role in shaping homes that wonder about the...