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Mobile library hits the road, seeks community support

With daily stops scheduled all around town, the Antelope Lending Library has begun its third year of slinging books and taking names in Iowa City. Several years ago, Cassandra Elton started the book lending project — a small, traveling library that makes various stops around Iowa City — with help from her friend, Beth Camp. They’re both librarians who studied together at the School of Library and Information Science at the University of Iowa… […]

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Marc Rahe reads at Prairie Lights

Iowa City writer Marc Rahe will read from his new collection of poetry, On Hours, on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Prairie Lights. His debut collection of poems, The Smaller Half, (Rescue Press, 2010) demonstrated a staccatoed spectrum, from darkness to high-pitched humor. In On Hours (Rescue Press, 2015), readers find Marc’s depth continues to delight, as does his exploration of the human experience — odd, awkward and wonderful as it may be. […]

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‘Contrapuntal Hitch’ opens tonight at Prairie Lights

A tale for the end of a millennium

Contrapuntal Hitch Prairie Lights — Reception on Jan. 23, 6-8 p.m. A opening reception for Contrapuntal Hitch, an ongoing exhibit of small works by Iowa City-based artist Jen P. Harris, is taking place tonight at Prairie Lights café. Harris has shown her work nationally and is the recipient of multiple awards and grants, including the […]

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