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Chait Galleries features a range of local art

Chait Galleries - called "the best kept secret in Iowa City" by gallery co-owner Benjamin Chait - is touted as the hidden gem of Iowa City, providing local and regional artists the chance to display their work and a venue for members of the community to experience contrasting artistic styles.


10th-annual Camp Euforia music festival kicks off Friday

Local and national bands will come out for Camp Euforia, a festival on a farm near Lone Tree that will celebrate 10 years of music and camping beginning Friday.


Q&A: Chasing Shade

As local Iowa City band Chasing Shade grows in numbers, so do the players' ambitions. Seen by many local observers as one of the hardest working bands, Chasing Shade lived up to this title in recent months with the addition of three band members.


ICPL celebrates the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice

It's a book so popular that Nialle Sylvan, the owner of the Haunted Bookshop, 203 N. Linn, said it has spawned its own genre of fiction. She is not, however, talking about Harry Potter or Twilight.


Electronic dance music on the rise

People like to dance, and few musical genres facilitate dancing like electronic music. With the rise of DJ superstars such as Skrillex and Pretty Lights, electronic dance music is steadily becoming a part of the mainstream.


The Eleventh Hour to discuss literature to film adaptation

Nick Twemlow, a poet and filmmaker, will share his experience of turning a book into a film as well as talking about his frustrations with literature and adaptation in an Iowa Summer Writing Festival Eleventh Hour event on July 17 in 101 Biology Building East.


Beer of the Week: Baraboo Fireworks Blue Berry Ale





 
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