Comedian-storyteller Mike Birbiglia is bringing his award-winning brand of storytelling to the Englert Theatre on Tuesday as part of his… […]
EntreFEST—Iowa’s annual celebration of entrepreneurship—will take place in Iowa City for the first time this year.
As the state’s biggest entrepreneur conference, the event is part summit, part festival and part resource hub. It aims to bring Iowa innovators together to celebrate and foster entrepreneurship. The University of Northern Iowa is the event’s primary sponsor (the UNI Regional Business Center Entrepreneurship Outreach team was responsible for developing the idea and getting the festival off the ground in 2008), but for the… […]
Down for a gloomy and doomy metal show this weekend? Baton Rouge-based Thou and hometown heroes Aseethe will be at Public Space One this Saturday at 1 p.m. Thou is not for your casual listener. As the case with most doom metal, their lengthy songs often shift from calm to frantic in just one riff […]
Experimental noise, drum and bass, and progressive sludge metal. These are the styles of the three very different bands that will close out the Mission Creek Festival Sunday at The Mill. Chicago’s Dead Rider is the headliner… […]
One band believes the Zombie Apocalypse has already begun. The other claims to be non-human from an alien planet. A little extreme, I know. But then again, hard rock has always been an outlet for the obscure. […]
Iowa City’s Dr. Terry Wahls will discuss and read from her new book, The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive M.S. Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine, at the Iowa City Public Library this Saturday at 2 p.m. In 2000, Dr. Wahls was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis. By 2003, she had transitioned to […]