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Karen Kubby (far left) leads a beading open studio in her shop, Dawn’s Hide and Bead Away, on Wednesday. She has been offering the free open studios every Wednesday night since September of 2008.

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Iowa’s T.J. Cataldo slides into second base during the Hawkeyes’ game with Coe at Banks Field on Wednesday. Iowa defeated Coe, 8-2.

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Doug and Mary Kathryn Wallace describe how, with the help of friends, they were able to move their possessions out of their Idyllwild home to begin reconstruction in just one day. Remembering the flood, Mary Kathryn Wallace said, “It was a real pause in life. You knew it was coming, but it was still unexpected.”
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The cast of *An Enemy of the People* performs during a dress rehearsal at the Unitarian Universalist Society on Wednesday. Dreamwell Theatre will open its season with Henrik Ibsen’s play on Friday.
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UI junior Brigette Fanning works the cash register in the IMU River Room on Wednesday. Fanning plans to get a paying job on top of her unpaid internship with Rep. Dave Loebsack, D-Iowa, this summer.
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Iowa football head coach Kirk Ferentz answers questions during a press conference at the Hayden Fry Football Complex on Wednesday. Wednesday marked the first day of spring practice for the Hawkeyes in 2009.
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Iowa freshman Sonja Molnar practices early in the morning at the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex on Tuesday. Molnar, originally from Guelph, Ontario, is nationally ranked.
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UI freshmen play basketball outside Slater Hall on Wednesday. Because of the economic situation, many incoming students are looking for off-campus housing next fall, which can often costs less than living in the dorms.
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Small aircraft sit parked at the Iowa City Municipal Airport on Wednesday. The airport is going to receive federal stimulus funds to reconstruct its runway.
Robin Svec/The Daily Iowan
The former Campus 3 cinema in the Old Capitol Town Center (now the University Capitol Centre) undergoes rennovation on March 24. The space will house portions of the UI School of Music, which were displaced after last summer’s flooding.


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