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A Story of Twins

"You know of them." Maria Vorhis' words, describing University of Iowa seniors Emily and Elizabeth Hinkler, ring true for countless students on campus. A slight woman with cropped short brown hair trudging around campus may not stand out too much, but when she is joined by a twin and performing on stage in front of hundreds, they attract some attention.


Three Years of Beer

The legendary Oktoberfest of Munich, Germany, is the largest festival in the world, an autumnal explosion of tents and costumes, activities and food, culture and history - and, of course, beer.


Blues Gets Organic

Steepwater Band has appeared next to names such as Buddy Guy, ZZ Top, and Bon Jovi. And this Friday they will take the stage in Iowa City.


20 Years of Women

The sometimes brisk autumn that has begun to settle over Iowa City can only mean one thing, besides Hawkeye football: the annual Iowa Women's Music Festival.


The Cure to your Cold

All these sick people in Iowa City . . . And I get looked at funny for not looking like a zombie in class.


College life

Recently, I got a phone call from one of my best friends since high school. She lives in China and attends university in Beijing. After our chat, I started thinking about the differences between college life for a Chinese student here and in China.


Rapper Drops a Rhyme

Up and coming rapper Kid Ink will bring his lyricism and outstanding layered production to the Blue Moose, 211 Iowa Ave., at 7 p.m. Friday. Admission ranges from $22 to $25.


TV Returns at Last

The end of September means the start of TV premieres, including new series (CBS's The Crazy Ones or Showtime's Masters of Sex, anyone?) and beloved Emmy-winners alike (including Claire Danes' return on the Homeland premiere this Sunday).





 
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