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Godard’s ‘Goodbye to Language’ Screens in Iowa City

FilmScene has been playing three-dimensional movies since they opened, but all of it has been children’s fare, including Frozen, Polar Express and Hugo, as part of The Picture Show — a low-priced children’s and family series sponsored by MidWestOne Bank. Now, FilmScene has become one of the only theaters in the country to screen Goodbye […]

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#InTheseBoxes at CSPS creates a community of memories

Performing on International World AIDS Day, Dudley Saunders orchestrated an intermedia experience Monday evening at CSPS that brought many to tears. It would take a lifetime, or several, to encapsulate his show, “In These Boxes,” because the work brings together the lives of so many. Most of “In These Boxes” directly addresses the scourge of […]

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SEIU proposes new contract at UIHC

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) presented a proposal for a new contract to the University of Iowa Health Care (UIHC) that will be negotiated with the Iowa Board of Regents. After bargaining, the two-year contract will be voted on by over 3,000 SEIU members at UIHC, the largest union group in Iowa City. Jim […]

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Hilary Clinton Rallies voters for Braley

Hilary Clinton in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

After finishing a close third in the Iowa presidential caucuses less than eight years ago, it’s understandable that former first lady, lapsed New York senator, ex-secretary of state, and new grandmother Hillary Rodham Clinton might be cool on campaigning in Iowa. She arrived in Cedar Rapids Wednesday to stump for senate candidate Bruce Braley, and […]

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Sen. Bernie Sanders Campaigns in Waterloo and Dubuque

Bernie Sanders

On the same weekend that a coy Hillary Clinton was eating fried steak in Indianola, across the state, in an under-the-radar red-meat stump speech that was literally a call for a “political revolution,” Senator Bernie Sanders made clear his intentions to crowds in Dubuque and Waterloo that he would run for the nation’s highest office. […]

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