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Founder of Black Sheep Bikes to share bike-building knowledge with the UI community

The warmth of the morning sun caresses the cyclist's skin when embarking on a journey through the Rocky Mountains.


Roxane Gay reading kicks off Mission Creek Festival's literature crawl

On Roxane Gay's Twitter account—which flaunts more than 47,210 tweets analyzing Justin Bieber, the Academy Awards, Lifetime movies, and much more—the nonfiction writer, essayist, novelist, and magazine editor describes herself in two sentences: "I write things. I want a tiny baby elephant."


Mission Creek Festival Literature Crawl Lineup

A list of readings, roundtables, and special events at next week's festival.


Q&A: UI flute professor Nicole Esposito will perform with the Alturas Duo at album release show

Nicole Esposito, one of the University of Iowa's leading flute professors in the School of Music, will be performing with her album partners, the Alturas Duo, to promote their new latin music CD, Blue Solitude.


Cooking with Beaver: Ceviche for a Beach Day

During spring break, I lived a dream … I was blissfully spending my days under the warm sun in some tropical paradise, eating only the finest cuisine and drinking the tastiest of drinks.


Verhille: Does Bioshock Infinite live up to the hype?

Game critics across the world have almost unilaterally agreed that Bioshock Infinite is one of the best games of the year, showering it with adulations and near-perfect numerical rankings.


Stewart: Monster Hunter is the Real Deal

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate's title tells you everything you need to know about it. It's the Ultimate Monster Hunting game.


Top Chef of Iowa City is crowned

Tuesday night's Top Chef: Iowa City competition sorted the wheat from the chaff with local cuisine.


UI Emeritus Professor Hans Breder continues to study intermedia work with his exhibit "Collision Fields"

Calling him a "pioneer" of intermedia, "ahead of his time" and an artist who "wrote art history," German newspapers celebrated the founder of the first intermedia program of its kind when the UI's Emeritus Professor Hans Breder's exhibition, Collision Fields at the Ostwall Museum in Dortmund, opened on Feb. 1.


Beer of the week: Xingu Black Beer


Four graduating UI Theater students will perform their honor thesis this weekend


Pete Lee to entice audience with humor


Nolte Academy presents Cinderella





 
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