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Gaining sight of internationalization

Iowa City is a vibrant melting pot that the UI International Programs is preparing to highlight.

End Days deals with Elvis and Jesus

A humorous yet challenging story graces the stage at Riverside Theatre.

Playing at the cutting edge of music

The Center for New Music handles changes and challenges.

Spoken-word poetry at the Mill

While blending the line between poetry and hip-hop, Desdamona brings her own voice to Iowa City.

Medium: ‘The Office’

Start preparing for a bad break up — NBC’s ‘The Office’ is losing everything that once made it sitcom perfection.

Mozart’s La finta giardiniera sings in Iowa City

The UI School of Music will bring the magic of a Mozart opera to the Englert.

An artist since birth

Artist Corrine Smith combines art with geometry.

Nostalgium opens spring theater

Matthew Benyo’s play about memories and delirium, Nostalgium, begins the spring series theater workshops this weekend.

Inspired by surroundings

Cathy Patterson discovers joy in abstract art and bold colors.

Danger is My Middle Name knows how to party

Chicago-based pop-punkers bring the noise to Iowa City this Saturday.

Sweetness at the Picador

Raise the Red Lantern performs at the Picador this Saturday with its brand new “sweet metal.”

Tracks From the Past

R.E.M.: Automatic for the People.

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