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Iowa City Weekender: 10/29-11/1

This Weekender is brought to you by … Stuff Etc! Sweet home Iowa City, you don’t need me to tell you what time it is. Those of you celebrating your first IC Hallow’s Eve, you are in for a treat and I ain’t lyin’, er, trickin’?…  Forget it.  Put your lame Halloween memories behind you.  […]

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Iowa City Weekender : 10/22 – 10/25

Halloween starts early with so much music it’s scary!
-Keller Williams closes a kick-butt week at the Englert
-Human Aftertaste start with a song and then eat your face, right in front of your friends, at the Picador
-Intermedia Open House boggles brains out at the olde Menarts
-Ghost Stories at Oakland Cemetery’s “Black Angel” […]

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Iowa City Weekender: 10/15-10/18

Headlights and Awful Purdies at the Mill
Minstrel Studios – Yacht Club – Fat Tire Battle of the Bands – FINALS THIS FRIDAY
Former Ghosts at the Picador […]

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Iowa City Weekender: October 8-10

Good Weekend to You, Weekenders! First, a mighty huge thank you to Drug Rug for the kick ass in-studio set on last night’s edition of Little Village Radio, on KRUI.  If you were at their show at The Picador last night, with Portugal. the man, you know this band is for real.  For those of […]

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Zombie-flections

Seeing Zombieland last Friday was quite the treat. Jessie Eisenberg ‘s Michael Cera impression was spot on, so there were many moments to entertain my twenty-something female disposition. Regardless of that lovable effeminate geek-boy finding love theme that has been hot these past few years, zombies were still the star attraction of the film. They […]

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On the Beat: Pick out the jams

It’s October, and there are a ton of shows to talk about, so insert funny Halloween joke here, followed by an apology about how I just didn’t write this column last month (how, I ask, did you know what shows to go to??), and then get on with the getting’ on. Jack-O-Lantern, fools! This month […]

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Worth a Mill

Popping into the Mill for some happy hour relief is a familiar experience. Push through the battered wooden saloon doors and life slows appreciably. The cars outside continue to hustle up and down Burlington Street, but that has little bearing upon the glacial pace of activities for those inside. The first pitch just let fly […]

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