UI theater students craft play from scratch with Moving Company

Like most fairy tales, things in the fantastical new play Out of the Pan Into the Fire aren't quite what they seem.

Chicago-based comedy troupe Second City to perform 'best of' show at Englert

Second City gave rise to comedians Steve Carell, Chris Farley, and Amy Poehler in its 53 years of sketch comedy and improvisational theater.

Zamora to lecture UI students on solar powered artworks in urban landscapes

A garden full of giant lotus flowers and delicate tulips illuminate the night sky in an array of sizes and colors to create an atmosphere of tranquility.

Q&A: Renowned Bluegrass Artist Keller Williams

The Daily Iowan got the chance to have a candid phone conversation with Keller Williams, renowned bluegrass artist, about his upcoming show, his music, and his unique style.

Stewart: Hotline Miami is brutally honest

Murder is a big part of many games, yet none of them want to embrace it. As the debate over violent video games continues to rage, no game wants to be about killing.

Verhille: Pokemon Black/White 2 will improve your road-trip experience

If Pokemon were to come up in a word association game, most people would be returned to the time when Pokemon fever ran rampant in America.

What to eat this weekend: Oreo Peanut-Butter Brownies

After a crazy weekend, the last thing we need for our stomachs (or wallets) is to go out for food. Sometimes we need to restore normalcy with some healthy, home cooked meals. Or maybe, you'd rather have an Oreo Peanut Butter Brownie.

Beer of the Week: Tripel Karmeliet

The Tripel Karmeliet is named after a "three-grain" brewing technique that claims to be more than 300 years old. In my opinion, its recipe is just about as close to perfect as it gets for lighter beers.

Mission Creek Festival lineup announced

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