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Dance speaks volumes

You can feel the adrenaline coursing through your veins as the sound of the violin gets quicker and quicker until its pace matches your racing heart. Fast. So fast you can imagine the violinist's bow coursing back and forth and back again across the instruments tight strings while the dancers leap across the stage.


Vaudeville vixens perform

A small group of four, none of the members more dressed up than swingy skirts over leggings, will soon transform into old-school vaudeville vixens. Practicing steps and comparing different versions of songs, the group is now a mass of hair and sweatshirts but will soon be glittery, glamorous, and polished.


A festival of new music

The locally grown food movement not only puts money into the immediate economy, it also brings pride to growers and consumers alike to know the food served on kitchen tables around Iowa came from right here. The same can be said for music.


Old Capitol hosts Poe exhibit

Edgar Allen Poe has captivated the imaginations of readers for around 180 years.


Delorean ventures back to Iowa City

In October 2013, SCOPE  members were just as shocked as the community when news broke of the band Delorean's kidnapping in Mexico City.


Local band performs second show

One might wonder how a band could come up with the name Teen Daad. The words may not make much sense together, but guitarist Jeff Roalson said picking a name for the group took a long time, and it was not a fun process.


UK TV is the new British invasion

Anglophilia — the obsession with all things British — is not just reserved for Jane Austen aficionados and tiara-wearing Americans waking up at 6 a.m. to watch the royal wedding.


Valentine's Day culinary advice

Did you forget to find someone to date again? Or are you here, desperately seeking advice on where to take that newfound girl because oops, reservations mean you have to plan.


American sports culture

The Winter Olympics in Sochi allows both the country I'm from (China) and the country I currently live in (United States) to compete against each other in many different sports.


Your V-Day drink: Passion cocktail


A fashion-focused play gives back


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