The Mill celebrates 50th anniversary

The Mill has evolved into a cultural cornerstone with its relaxing atmosphere and food, loyal customer base and acclaimed musical and literary acts.

Tallgrass to perform for Iowa Shares benefit concert

In the intimate environment of the Englert Theatre, pounding rhythms of “Dirt Stomping Soul” will vibrate during the Iowa Shares benefit concert.

UI students and faculty anticipate The Hobbit

Theories of alternate realities have been around for centuries. Most were concerned with aliens and extraterrestrials, but J.R.R. Tolkien took a different approach when he created his own world in his four books, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Stewart: Nintendo Land manages to rise above tech demo status

When the Nintendo Wii released back in 2006 every new console came with a copy of Wii Sports, a collection of mini games that was meant to show what motion controls could do.

Iowa City businesses do their part during the holidays

With tables stocked full of delicately laden treats and handmade gifts, a local pop-up store creates an atmosphere that embraces the spirit of the holiday season.

80 Hours staff members pick their 2012 favorites

What is the best thing to happen in 2012? That's a rhetorical question, of course.

Beer of the Week: Trois Pistoles Unibroue

I’d heard good things about the Unibroue brewery in the past, but I always resisted trying one of their beers because I had ambivalent feelings about the demonic artistry on the packaging.

UI Youth Ballet to perform this weekend

Working Group Theater raises funds for new project

Annual Festival of Carols event attracts about 800 participants

UI Writer’s Workshop alum’s debut novel chosen for Oprah’s book club

Local band drops highly anticipated second album

Euforquestra to host annual benefit show

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