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Posted by Daniel Boscaljon | Sep 5, 2017

Playing through Sept. 24, the Iowa Theatre Artists Company presentation of Woody Guthrie’s American Song (conceived and adapted by Peter Glazer) testifies to the timeless power of music to bear...

Posted by Emma McClatchey | Sep 5, 2017

Iowans love craft beer, but when one pint is as strong as a double shot of vodka, unsuspecting social drinkers may find themselves stumbling after just one or two of...

Posted by Rob Cline | Sep 4, 2017

Bernard Pomerance, playwright of The Elephant Man, passed away on Aug. 26 at the age of 76. Less than a week later, the Giving Tree Theater production of the play...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Sep 1, 2017

Iowa City has joined the city of Chicago’s legal fight against a controversial Trump administration immigration policy.

Posted by Genevieve Trainor | Aug 31, 2017

Saving Brinton FilmScene -- Sept. 29-Oct. 5 Michael Zahs in a still from the film 'Saving Brinton' Hot on the heels of its June premiere at the AFI Docs Film...

Posted by Mike Kuhlenbeck | Aug 30, 2017

One of the last survivors of Schindler’s List, Celina Karp Biniaz, will be in West Des Moines for two events hosted by the Iowa Jewish Historical Society on Sept. 10...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Aug 29, 2017

Jesse Vroegh, a transgender man, is suing two state agencies and a major insurance company for violating Iowa laws prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity

Posted by Paul Brennan | Aug 26, 2017

There's a big story behind a little charge on Iowa property tax bills. It involves the Cow War of 1931.

Posted by Mike Jay | Aug 25, 2017

Heaven Chandler was ready to enter her senior year of high school as one of the top all-around high school athletes in Iowa. A severe knee injury that would end...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Aug 24, 2017

The company behind the Dakota Access pipeline is suing Greenpeace, the Sierra Club and other environmentalist groups as a vast criminal conspiracy engaged in terrorism.

Posted by Daniel Boscaljon | Aug 22, 2017

The inaugural Middle of Nowhere festival will be held in downtown Iowa City on Sept. 1-2 at various venues. Acts include SassyBlack, headlining Friday night at The Mill; Iowa City’s...

Posted by Genevieve Trainor | Aug 22, 2017

On Wednesday, Aug. 30, interested community members and aspiring creators of public art in downtown Iowa City will have a chance to share their ideas with the Iowa City Downtown...

Posted by Jiyun Park | Aug 19, 2017

A one-week show of Midwest graffiti artists entitled “Alphabet City -- Style Reading” will be at RADinc (123 E. Washington St) this week. It’s a temporary show that includes a...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Aug 19, 2017

The nine people at Jeff Pierce’s Renovation Carpentry booth at the Iowa City Farmers Market on Saturday morning weren’t there to buy anything. They were there to protest statements Pierce...

Posted by Paul Brennan | Aug 18, 2017

Eric from Iowa City emailed Little Village to ask if the Donald Trump-themed parade float that drove through downtown on Friday morning is part of some bigger, planned event.

Posted by Paul Brennan | Aug 14, 2017

Scammers are selling fake eclipse glasses, but Little Village has the information you need to enjoy the eclipse without going blind.