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A New COMPosition

Amps combined with old-school enlarged Beats Per Minute meters and handmade wooden shelves line the walls of Flat Black Studios.


M.F.A. dance students perform thesis

By using the art of the human body, University of Iowa dance students will tell complex stories in this year's Wild Ones, an M.F.A. thesis concert in North Hall's Space/Place.


Film festival expands beyond tradition

With a lot of moments in history, people remember exactly where they were. Where were you, almost five years ago, when you found out Michael Jackson died? Were you among the estimated 3 billion watching on July 7, 2009, as Jackson was laid to rest?


Fashion show explores ethnic styles

High-necked, tightly fitting qipao dresses from Eastern Asia, bright and flowing sari dresses from India, short shorts and cropped tops of the hip-hop culture, and geometric patterns on loose-fitting African garments — these are some of the cultural styles students have the rare opportunity to witness on Saturday.


Interpreting Game of Thrones

Winter is over, so winter is coming again. HBO's fantasy series "Game of Thrones" dove into its fourth season on April 6 with a record-breaking 6.6 million viewers and created some of its loudest buzz yet after a dramatic twist during the episode.


Crêpes galore

What would appear to be a hole-in-the-wall is actually one of Iowa City's unique and most specialized restaurants in an already specialized town.


Q&A: Paula Poundstone, standup comedian


Your Next Drink: Ruby Slipper


Darnielle performs solo


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