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Rocky Horror delight

The Rocky Horror Picture Show returns to Iowa City this week with promises of transvestites, sing-alongs, and toast.


Honorable Writers’ Workshop alumnus returns to Iowa

Mark Strand, a distinguished former Iowa Writers’ Workshop faculty member, will read from works of an illustrious career.


Death metal nerds come to Picador

“Bodies will fly” when the Black Dahlia Murder perform at the Picador starting at 6 p.m. today.


Longtime musician Misty Boyce stops by Iowa City

Singer/songwriter Misty Boyce will display her passion for music tonight at Public Space One when she performs along with Nick Africano.


Gothic NASCAR gospels of meat

NASCAR devotion, canned meat, and kung fu influence the gothic tunes of Human Aftertaste.


A cup of hot buttered brew

Hot Buttered Rum is a brew of tasteful acoustic rock and bluegrass instrumentalists.


Remembering the world of Anne Frank

Riverside Theatre brings a Holocaust icon to the stage with its production of the Diary of Anne Frank.


Local film festival promotes activism

The Environmental Film Festival screening features what the world may look like in 46 years after the end of humankind.


Cedar Rapids skaters present new film

Skateboarding collective Mobbed Mafia débuts its latest video.


Keller Williams mixes music at the Englert

Music’s mad-scientist Keller Williams will perform his imaginative one-man-show at the Englert.


UI art museum still celebrating

The UI Museum of Art will celebrate its 40th anniversary with an annual fundraiser to support future programs.


Tripmaster Monkey reunites at the Mill

Quad Cities alt-rock band Tripmaster Monkey reunites for a performance at the Mill.


Hollywood: the land of the unoriginal

As Hollywood produces remake after adaptation after sequel, original films are cast aside and relegated to the fringe.


Klosterman’s latest is fun, but nothing new

Chuck Klosterman gets at the truth of the matter in his latest work, Eating the Dinosaur.


Bitch Please: Modern zombie movies

Are modern zombie movies unabashed fun or brainless Hollywood tripe?


iPod Playlist: Best Karaoke Songs

Check out our picks for the best songs to sing at karaoke bars.


Tracks from the Past: Garth Brooks

Revisit Garth Brooks' monster-selling album Double Live.


Tracks from the Past: Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Before Yeah Yeah Yeahs were rolling heads, the band released its debut Fever to Tell.


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