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This Week in the Village: July 7-13

Catch up on the biggest headlines, videos and photos published by Little Village in the past week. ICCSD looks to reduce carbon footprint, following weeks of student protests Published Monday, July 8 Change doesn’t happen overnight. For students in the Iowa City Community School District (ICCSD), change took 11 weeks of protest every Friday during […]

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This Week in the Village: June 30-July 6

Catch up on the biggest headlines, videos and photos published by Little Village in the past week. A new fireworks regulation is now in effect Published Wednesday, July 3 Setting off fireworks that have more firepower than a sparkler is illegal in Iowa City, Cedar Rapids, Coralville, North Liberty and the unincorporated parts of Johnson […]

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This Week in the Village: June 2-8

Catch up on the biggest headlines, videos and photos published by Little Village in the past week. Democrat Theresa Greenfield announces a run for Ernst’s U.S. Senate seat Published Monday, June 3 Real estate executive Theresa Greenfield announced on Monday that she is joining the race for the Democratic nomination to challenge U.S. Senator Joni […]

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Early bird tickets on sale now for Witching Hour 2019

Witching Hour Various venues — Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1-2 Curiosity piqued? It should be! That’s just one of the services the Witching Hour Festival has to offer. Now in its fifth year, Iowa City’s exploration of the unknown, celebration of the creative process and premiere opportunity to experience new work is offering early bird […]

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Little Village magazine issue 265: June 5-18, 2019

Tune in to Little Village issue 265. This Pride Month marks the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, and a group of Grinnell College students and their professor are seeking to preserve Iowa’s own LGBTQ history by recording and publicizing more than 50 (and counting) interviews with LGBTQ Iowans. The star of Riverside Theatre’s free summer Shakespeare […]

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