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BY DI PHOTOSTAFF | JUNE 21, 2012 7:30 AM

Robin Berman of the Iowa City 13 Moon Tribal belly-dance troupe swirls
around her fellow dancers on Wednesday. Many community members
gathered at the local Earth Source Gardens to celebrate the summer
solstice. The New Pioneer Co-op gardens are a community gardens meant
to teach the values of fresh local foods. "There's nothing more local
than your own garden," said Theresa Carbrey, the education and member
services coordinator for New Pioneer. "When you support local grown
food, it's a win-win situation." (The Daily Iowan/Chastity Dillard)

Mackenkie Westcott from Bradley attempts a shot for Vinton/McCurry's
during a Game Time basketball game in North Liberty on Wednesday.
Westcott scored 9 points in the opener. (The Daily Iowan/Juan Carlos
Musician Dennis Florine performs in the Chauncey Swan Park on
Wednesday. This event is part of Market Music, held to entertain
participants at the Iowa City Farmers' Market on Wednesdays (5-7 p.m.)
and on Saturdays (7:30 a.m.-noon). Florine will also perform in
Wetherby Park at 6:30 p.m. today as part of Party in the Park and at
Martinis at 8 p.m. June 29. (The Daily Iowan/Sumei Chen)
Dr Prentice (William J. Watt) tries to get entangled in his new
secretary's legs Ms. Geraldine (Deanna Brookens), but ends up in
entangled in a Freudian complication. What the Butler Saw, is a
detective-mystery satire with a Freudian twist that opens Thursday
June 21, 2012. (The Daily Iowan/Juan Carlos Herrera)


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