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Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 11, 2017

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

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 11, 2017

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

Posted by Zak Neumann | 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...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Oct 9, 2017

If you're in possession of the stolen half-a-zombie, drop it off at Little Village's office. All will be forgiven.

Posted by Zak Neumann | Oct 7, 2017

The dreary forecast on Friday, Oct. forced the student promoters of SCOPE productions to move the annual Homecoming concert from the Pentacrest to the Iowa Memorial Union this year. This...

Posted by Mike Jay | Oct 6, 2017

If you were a high school football player in Iowa, there is a good chance that you grew up dreaming of becoming a Hawkeye, wearing the black and gold and...

Posted by Rob Cline | Oct 4, 2017

Vocalist Lynne Rothrock and guitarist Ron DeWitte are fixtures of the Eastern Iowa music scene. They are also married. And together, they are coping with DeWitte’s serious illness.

Posted by Luke Tweedy | Oct 3, 2017

Kirk Walther, owner of the Record Collector, passed away on Sept. 24 after more than 35 years of service to the Iowa City music community. As any small business owner...

Posted by Lauren Shotwell | Oct 3, 2017

Author and Iowa City resident Susan Futrell starts out her book 'Good Apples: Behind Every Bite' with the auction of the oldest commercial apple orchard in Iowa: an orchard outside...

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...

Posted by Zak Neumann | Oct 3, 2017

Even if you're unfamiliar with the Melvins their influence is sure to have graced your eardrums, especially if you've listened to metal or any of it's multiple sub-genres the last...

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 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

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.