Commentary on the judicial retention election John B. Whiston November 17, 2010 For the last few weeks, I have been talking with lots of lawyers and judges about the results of the judicial retention election. They are always stunned by the result, a vote of 54/46 to boot Justices Ternus, Streit and Baker. They say […]
Last Monday, November 8, Kate Nash took Iowa City by storm starting with a great, live in-studio performance on Little Village Live, recorded at KRUI studios, hosted by Craig Eley. Please enjoy these videos and feel free to pass them around, but first, giving creds! Camera: Robert Nelson Interview: Craig Eley Engineer: Andrew Ingersoll Editing: […]
When she decided to pursue music, earnest, soulful, acoustic-strummin’ pop singer Daphne Willis didn’t waste any time. At twenty, she taught herself the basics, started playing shows and quickly recorded a demo. Her powerful voice, catchy song-crafting and lyrics beyond her years caught the attention of Nashville-based Vanguard Records, which offered her (now 23) a record deal.
The Future South of Burlington; p. 10 – 21, Take 2; p. 8 – Larry Baker Saves the Day; p. 12 – Perfect Season: Over. Now what?; p. 6 – Take a Joke, Iowa; p. 23 – New Diplomats: Still Solid; p. 32 – Max Weinberg Keeps Going; p. 22 – Art Scene; p. 18 – Lit Scene; p. 16 – Live Music; p. 28 – Movies; p. 26
Here it is, folks! We have the full roast of Iowa City ready to stream for your pleasure, hosted by Little Village Magazine and Prairie Lights Book Store. Video editing is by Yale Cohn, with video courtesy of Ed Butler. There are 13 videos total–one for each author or songwriter–so sit back, relax and enjoy some classic Iowa City roasting!
Just in from a California Tour, Joe and Vicki Price brought the boogie back to town. On Saturday night it was not just Joe’s foot that was stompin’ as the dance floor filled quickly and a glance around the room showed the rest were dancing in their chairs.
Greetings Iowa City! The deadline has almost arrived and we’ve received some terrific submissions thus far. We thought we’d share the following roast by Tom Dean to help keep those creative juices flowing. Yes, the deadline is right around the corner, but should you need a little extra time to hone your literary masterpiece, we’ll still consider late submissions. Are we not benevolent? […]