In summer, arts bloom

Despite what some students might believe, Iowa City does not, in fact, become a ghost town when the school year ends. In many ways, the onset of summer brings a greater vitality to the downtown area as concerts, festivals, and the tens of thousands of patrons color the streets—all hosted by the Summer of the Arts.

Art, faces, and stories

Walking into Ethan Diehl's studio apartment felt a bit like walking onto a movie set of how an artist's home should appear; so perfectly artsy it was very nearly cliché.

Learning you're not an insect

Many of us can remember being children and picking up books that were meant to tell us about the world we lived in. Books dripping with colors and vivid images, igniting our imaginations with facts about plants, insects, and animals.

From a text to a band

In the technology world, smartphones are at the forefront of what seems to be an ever changing and evolving area. In the case of Dan DiMonte and the Bad Assettes, Dimonte's smartphone's mistake outlined the origination of the band's name during the formation of the group.

Actors and audience collide

In the comedic journey of Dreamwell Theatre's production of Becky's New Car, the audience is asked to buckle their seat belts for a bumpy yet scenic excursion. Directed by Brian Tanner, the play contains strong audience-engagement and has been "rediscovered to cohesively maximize the humor."

True, authentic Mexican food

Publicly acclaimed as the most authentic Mexican food in Iowa City, La Michoacana Taqueria, 436 Hwy 1 W., stands unopposed.

Your Next Drink: Caribou Lou

Englert to get Wilder

Youth Ballet concert arrives

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