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Feb 24, 2017| Community/News, Featured

Iowa City Major Jim Throgmorton outlined plans to “foster a more inclusive, just and sustainable city” in the annual State of the City speech delivered during Tuesday’s Iowa City Council meeting. The speech addressed the progress Iowa City made and setbacks experienced in 2016 — quoting Charles Dickens, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”...

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Issue 215 | Feb. 15-28, 2017

Flip through the pages of Little Village issue 215. In this edition, UI Professor Peter Thorne takes on climate change critics, Prairie Pop explores on the origins of anti-art, Girls Rock! continues its mission to empower young female…

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Posted by Zak Neumann | Feb 26, 2017| Arts & Entertainment

Aseethe performs at Gabe’s. Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017. — photo by Zak Neumann. Local doom metal purveyors Aseethe celebrated the release of their new record Hopes Of Failure at Gabe’s Saturday. The...

Posted by Zak Neumann | Feb 26, 2017| Arts & Entertainment

Natalia Espina and Neo McAdams speak about the benefits of a Community Bond Project and its mission at Near Future gallery. Friday, Feb. 24, 2017. — photo by Zak Neumann....

Posted by Paul Osgerby | Feb 24, 2017| Arts & Entertainment

I have a bone to pick with movies like Cast Away (2000): why does Tom Hanks feel the urge to talk to himself and inanimate objects? Perhaps there’s something intrinsic,...

Posted by Emma Husar | Feb 24, 2017| Community/News, Featured

Iowa City Major Jim Throgmorton outlined plans to “foster a more inclusive, just and sustainable city” in the annual State of the City speech delivered during Tuesday’s Iowa City Council...

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Jan 17, 2017

By Robert David Photo by Zak Neumann The president-elect has trust issues. Big ones. (It is important to disclose I have trust issues too. I am convinced I know best. And it takes hard work to loosen those reins. That, or swallow a little prescription pill that fuzzes things up.) In our country, trust in...

Jan 17, 2017

by J. E. Ironside CWJ panel discussion in September 2014 on workers’ rights. — photo by Adam Burke I have been an employee advocate for 20 plus years of my life — the first half as a manager of a drugstore, the latter half as a union organizer. I have seen many sides of how...

Jan 17, 2017

I am writing for an explanation as to why the new Hancher Auditorium does not accept cash. Unfortunately, I no longer own a credit card, so the inconvenience of this situation practically ruined my enjoyment of the concerts I have attended there thus far. I went so far as to complain to the house manager,...

Jan 3, 2017

Iowa Capitol — photo by Katie Haugland By Becci Reedus Our politicians and policymakers will face many important decisions in the coming months. Now more than ever, those leaders need to hear from all of us about the issues impacting our community. As executive director of The Crisis Center of Johnson County, one of my...

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Latest Features

Feb 15, 2017

Oscar Shorts FilmScene — through Thursday, Feb. 23 Blue Carpet Bash FilmScene — Sunday, Feb. 26 at 6:30 p.m. For decades, now, the office Oscar pool has been won or lost by whomever can score an uneducated guess in the three Short Film categories: Animated, Live-Action and Documentary. But this year’s fifteen nominees are not only worth your effort...

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Feb 15, 2017

Photo by Paul Narvaez via Flickr Three times as many Iowans were diagnosed with the hepatitis C liver infection in 2015 than in 2000, according to a report from the Iowa Department of Public Health. The disease is the leading cause of liver cancer and liver transplants in the U.S., data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

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Feb 14, 2017

Senators shuffle by the desk on Tuesday to cast their votes on the confirmation of Betsy DeVos as secretary of education, chattering like kids returning from summer break to find that everything has changed. Somehow even the victors seem confused. None of them really expected the world to look like this. Except, maybe, Sen. Jeff Sessions. He is standing...

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