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Exuberant activism

Some activists in Iowa City are fracking angry.


Celebrating the natural, artificially

Imagine a tree growing up through the center of an office building. Its branches protrude into the cubicles of the diligent staff typing away at their computers. The roots at the base of the trunk spread throughout the ground floor.


Hanging out, LY style

Leslie Hall started her band, Leslie and the LYs, because of her fans' desire to simply see, hear, and smell more of her.


Still Irish after all these years

It's a feat for a band to last a decade or more. This is hardly surprising - musicians in the band may come into conflict with each other or may want to explore other opportunities. Eventually, something will cause the band to dissolve.


More than green beer

St. Patrick's Day for an average Iowa City resident may include guzzling green beer at Micky's Irish Pub, 11 S. Dubuque St., wearing a "Kiss Me, I'm Iowish" T-shirt from Raygun, or a green felt leprechaun hat from Ragstock and receiving chronic brain freeze at the hands of a McDonald's Shamrock Shake.


Box Lunch takes to wheels

Found in the outskirts of Iowa City, elusive and mysterious, exists a mobile diner just waiting for a chance to shine.


Your Next Drink: Absolut Hard Tea


A wearer of many hats


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