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Reimagining 'imaginary'

It's not an easy task to rewrite a classic. The new rendition must not only bear its predecessor's name but also the expectations that come with it. Even more, it must be fresh enough to justify a revision while still remaining true to the original.


International star to play Iowa City

SCOPE and the Englert  proudly seized electronic music producer and singer/songwriter James Blake to play in Iowa City at an opportune time.


Death and the buildings

Walking around campus this semester, it's hard not to notice the drastic changes taking place - entire buildings can be gone from one class to the next.


Fourth-annual Piano Stomp

In the summer of 2010, Chase Garrett spent two hours a day tickling the keys of downtown Iowa City's public pianos, promoting the first Blues and Boogie Woogie Piano Stomp.


Beating the rap

At 21 years old, Huey Mack released a mix tape that ranked in the Top 10 of all hip-hop music, without a major label supporting him.


A brand-new 'zone

You must know by now, Iowa City is home to a new D.P. Dough, the calzone restaurant with some attitude.The new venue exploded onto the Iowa City scene showcasing the new restaurant by promising a "Free Calzone Day" to all those who could brave the line.


A Little Chinese History

China has more than 5,000 years of history. Because of this, there is a lot of cultural heritage.


Your next drink: Pineapple Express


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