Along with fashion shows and music, this year’s Flyover Fest is bringing an evening of intimate storytelling to Iowa City a la The Moth.
Freezing temperatures and several inches of newly fallen snow weren’t enough to stop Students Against School Shootings Iowa (SASS) from leading a protest march from College Green Park to the University of Iowa’s Pentacrest on Saturday. […]
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It’s the first week of spring, and even though the weather this weekend may be gray and wintery, green gardens will be on the mind for the Iowa City Public Library and Johnson County Master Gardeners’ Seed Share 2.0. […]
The route that brings RAGBRAI XLVI riders into Iowa City for an overnight stay on Day 6 of this year’s ride will be a relatively easy one. The route out of Iowa City to RAGBRAI’s final destination is a different story. […]
The Crisis Center of Johnson County broke ground on an addition to the warehouse for its food bank on Friday morning. The food bank has a real need for the extra space, said Sara Sedlacek, the center’s communication and development director. […]
The route for Day 6 of RAGBRAI XLVI, which will bring cyclists into Iowa City, was released on Friday. Day 6 starts at Sigourney in Keokuk County, and the route is 57.6 miles long. Riders will climb 1,413 ft. before they reach Iowa City, where they will spend the night. […]
Sinclair Broadcasting Group television stations, including KGAN (CBS 2) and KXFA (Fox 28), will be running promotional spots for their news broadcasts later this money that denounce other networks for reporting “fake news,” CNN reported on Tuesday. […]