Iowa City to celebrate Don Quixote for two months

El Caballero don Quijote, in Spanish with English Subtitles Adler Journalism and Mass Communications Building room E105 — Friday, Sep. 18 at 3:30 p.m. For Iowa City — a UNESCO City of Literature, home of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, can’t throw a rock without hitting a writer, etc. — this month’s 400th anniversary of Don […]

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Indie feel, Nashville sound: Abby Sevcik to play the Trumpet Blossom

Abby Sevcik Trumpet Blossom Café — Saturday, September 12 at 12 p.m. Locals looking for an escape from the gameday madness this Saturday will find the perfect alternative in Abby Sevcik. Soft pop with plenty of indie flare, Sevcik’s sound could almost lend itself to country music — not because it is especially twangy, but […]

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5 Iowa City residents explain what Hawkeye football means to them

As the first weekend of September approaches, so does the start of the University of Iowa’s football season. Depending who you ask, game days in our “Big Ten” town are either infamous or famous, and while the Hawkeyes are heroes to some, other residents eye upcoming home games with annoyance, if not down-right dread. For […]

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