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Incarcerated women’s play makes public premiere

Now and Then My Country, a deeply human play written by 14 women, will make its début on Friday.


S&AM Awards display unconventional art

Unconventional artist and University of Iowa alum Sam Gassman will host his 11th-annual awards today.


Pulitzer Prize winner reads novel

Writers’ Workshop alum and former UI professor Paul Harding will read from Tinkers, his Pulitzer Prize-winning 2010 novel.


Local poet, musician returns

Former Writers’ Workshop poet and local musician Kevin Gordon will return to town as a rocker.


Found Footage Festival delivers humor

Longtime buddies will share priceless videos with audiences during the Found Footage Festival at the Mill on Saturday.


Wilson, Levine read poetry

University of Iowa graduates now turned teachers Mark Levine and Emily Wilson will read from their individual poetry today at Prairie Lights.


Under Construction highlights individual acts

Working Group Theatre presents Under Construction, a series of performances the company believes will help playwrights develop their scripts.


Q&A: Joe Bookman and Jesse Damazo

We sat down with graduate students Joe Bookman and Jesse Damazo, who recently had their film The Agony and Sweat of the Human Spirit accepted for screening at the Cannes Film Festival in France on May 11 through 22. They discussed the film, in which they starred and wrote.


Beer of the Week: Bavik Premium Pilsner


Beyond the Hemline runway event


Wookiefoot plays Gabe’s


Stanley delivers comedy


IC celebrates UNESCO World Book and Copyright Day





 
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