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City gets tough on liquor licenses

By making a decision to deny renewing liquor-licenses of two downtown establishments, officials have made a clear statement: They are serious about holding bars responsible for serving underage patrons.


Sifting through the 500-foot ordinance

The Daily Iowan sat down with the city’s code enforcement assistant, Jann Ream, to figure how the new rule will come into play when bars face losing their licenses.


Frosh seminar big hit with students

The UI is offering more than 100 seminars to freshmen this year.


Dairy farmer hangs on

Statewide, 245 dairy farms have shut down since July 2006, including 39 since the start of May.


Teen preps for Broadway

A former UI dance department student fought his way onto Broadway and will appear as the title character in Billy Elliot the Musical.


Spotlight Iowa City: The art of living healthily

Frank Cheng is 85 years old. But that doesn’t keep him from executing a nearly flawless tai chi pose he calls “tiger ascending the mountain.”


Mason writes Anheuser-Busch about cans

UI President Sally Mason voiced disappointment in a letter to Vice President Carol Clark of Anheuser-Busch Companies Inc. on the organization’s “Fan Can” marketing promotion.


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