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DJs lose business with 21 ordinance, excited for Party at the Old Brick

The 21 ordinance has forced many bars to close — and that means fewer jobs for DJs. But this weekend, some of Iowa City’s best DJs will come together for an all-ages, no-alcohol dance part at the Old Brick.

Poet draws inspiration from his kids

Aaron Belz will read from book, Lovely, Raspberry, which was largely influenced by his children.

Play about WWII aftermath comes to Riverside

All My Sons, a dramatic play about life after World War II, marks Riverside Theatre’s 30th anniversary.

Sculptor presents lecture and art

Following Richard Rezac’s lecture today about his career as a sculptor, his work will be featured at Prairie Lights.

UI presents romantic and dramatic opera

La Traviata presents the art of opera and the Italian language today at the Englert.

Big screen comedian shares insights

Comedian Jennifer Coolidge will share insights about her life not captured on screen or elsewhere.

Q&A: Erika Brown

We spoke with Erika Brown, cohost of Talk Art, to figure out what exactly the weekly Writers’ Workshop readings at the Mill is all about.

Beer of the Week: Goose Island Mild Winter

UI Theater presents Tattoo Girl

CAB presents musician Amanda Duncan

Maia Quartet to perform Saturday

Groove Theory headlines jazz night

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