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Phil Hemingway wants to be only the second Republican elected to the Johnson County Board of Supervisors in 60 years

Phil Hemingway knows he faces a steep uphill climb in the race for the vacant seat on the Johnson County Board of Supervisors. Not because he isn’t active in the community (he’s involved in county politics for decades), or because he lacks experience in elective office (he was elected to the Iowa City Community School […]

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Issue 253 | Nov. 7 – Dec. 4

Welcome to the 2018 Little Village Give Guide — a whirlwind tour through some of the nonprofits and small businesses that help make the CRANDIC a great place to live. The articles include a visit with Susan Craig, the retiring…

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Phil Hemingway wants to be only the second Republican elected to the Johnson County Board of Supervisors in 60 years

Phil Hemingway knows he faces a steep uphill climb in the race for the vacant seat on the Johnson County Board of Supervisors. Not because he isn’t active in the community (he’s involved in county politics for decades), or because he lacks experience in elective office (he was elected to the Iowa City Community School […]

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Wayback tours: When ‘Black Sunday’ Hit Iowa City

Everyone came to see Cypress Hill; those who decided to catch every band that night just hoped the openers would be entertaining. LA hip-hop group Funkdoobiest played first and then Seattle’s hard rocking all-female grunge band 7 Year Bitch, setting the tone for the third act. […]

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FilmScene at five: Celebrating a milestone with Iowa City’s iconic art house theater

FilmScene is turning five on Thanksgiving of this year, just a wee kindergartner compared to many established theaters throughout Iowa. Yet, in that short time FilmScene has proved itself integral to the larger Iowa City arts community and has developed an impressive national profile. […]

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Visit Robert Longo’s ‘The Sleep’ on the anniversary of the Jonestown massacre

Iowa City has a public artwork inspired by the Jonestown massacre, according to New York City artist Robert Longo. His sculpture, The Sleep, was also inspired by a fashion photograph that the artist said he found in New York Times Magazine. […]

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Author Marianne Williamson announces potential presidential bid, immediately comes to Iowa

There are still 444 days until the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses, but like Christmas decorations in stores in October, presidential hopefuls are already appearing in the state. Marianne Williamson announced the formation of an exploratory committee on Thursday […]

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Iowa City Public Library names its new director

The Iowa City Public Library Board of Trustees announced on Thursday it has hired Elsworth Carman as the library’s new director. Carman was formerly the director of the Marion Public Library. “We agree that he has the right leadership, communication, and financial skills to deliver the best possible public library service going forward,” Robin Paetzold, […]

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‘Pretty isn’t beautiful’ — but Revival’s ‘Sunday in the Park with George’ is

‘Sunday in the Park with George’ opens Thursday, Nov. 15 at Coe College’s Sinclair Auditorium, produced by Revival Theatre Company. […]

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Grassley’s big Wednesday: Named president (pro tem), pushed sentencing reform (again), rejected oversight of Trump (again) and talked Steve King

On Wednesday, it became official: Sen. Chuck Grassley will be third in the line of succession to the presidency starting in January. The 85-year-old Iowan will become President Pro Tempore of the Senate, which means he will be the presiding officer of the Senate when Vice President Pence isn’t present. […]

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Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor: The blame game continues after the death of GO Cedar Rapids

By Chad Cooper, Cedar Rapids If you’re sick and tired of reading about GO Cedar Rapids and newbo evolve, I’ll take no offense if you opt for a hard pass on this letter. This is now the fifth (!) piece I’ve written about this festival turned flatulent flagrancy, and these writings have been much more […]

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Letter to the editor: I wanted to vote for Kim Reynolds. Then she misled Iowans.

When Kim Reynolds became the first woman governor of Iowa, I remembered that when I had run as a Republican candidate for state treasurer in 1998, some Republicans were admittedly unwilling to vote for a woman.
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Letter to the editor: Halloween at NBC

“Megyn Kelly will not return to NBC’s ‘Today’ show following blackface controversy.” Let’s just hope she isn’t banished to a S__H__ country. I was not a fan, actually never saw her show, but carefully watched the offending segment just this minute, streaming from YouTube. I think the headline came out of a box, selected by a robot, or worse, by a PR hack. […]

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Letter to the editor: Cedar Rapids’ cult of banality

Insanity occurred in the council chambers of Cedar Rapids City Hall Tuesday night. Only a week removed from the dissolution of tourism organization GO Cedar Rapids after the newbo evolve debacle, city council members voted to let VenuWorks take over tourism duties for the city. […]

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Nab your ticket to Little Village’s Breakfast of Champions CRANDIC Bash on Dec. 6, 2018. A long name for an epic evening (yes, evening).

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