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Five years of Hawkeye pride

Hayden Fry - the man, the legend, the Hawkeye. This year, the annual extravaganza FRY Fest will celebrate five years of fans bleeding black and gold. The event will take place all day Friday beginning at 9 a.m. in Coralville's Iowa River Landing.


Venturing beyond the laptop

Have you heard: you don't even need to read or play music anymore to be a musician! Woodstock-era adults often use this sentiment to disparage modern music. But just because many of today's composers have traded sheet music for computers and instruments for digitally recorded beats and samples doesn't mean electronic artists have forgotten the strings, horns, and synthesizers of yesteryear.


Labor Day Fair bridges a gap

Artists, crafters, and musicians will come together for a Labor Day celebration. The annual Uptown Bill's Ralston Creek Fair & Flea Market will begin at 8 a.m. Sept. 2 at Uptown Bill's, 730 S. Dubuque St. Admission is free.


Author finds a new meaning of home

It took  Ooms roughly four years to amass the 50-plus interviews recorded in Finding a Home: How Americans Prevail.


Throwdown at the 4-H Hoedown

Hot temperatures won't stop the 4-H Hoe-down Throwdown from welcoming students back on campus.


Taste of Iowa City

Forty restaurants, two hours, one name - the Taste of Iowa City.


34 writers from 21 countries join the International Writing Program this semester





 
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