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Let your Hair down

The team behind City Circle’s Hair hopes to “let the sunshine in,” spreading ‘60s nostalgia and discomfort in equal measure.


Tiny Ruins blossom

Tiny Ruins' first U.S. tour will bring them to Trumpet Blossom Café, 310 E. Prentiss St.,  at 9 pm. today. Iowa City’s own Douglas Kramer Nye will open the show.


Surf's up on Friday night

Surf Zombies and Jesica Egli will bring their music to downtown Iowa City this weekend as part of the Friday Night Concert Series.


El Dub on his own

Lee Walsh, or as he is more commonly known as, El Dub, wasn’t always a solo act. But it turns out  it was what he needed to kick-start his career.


It's the Little things

New York Times bestselling author Heather Gudenkauf (The Weight of Silence, One Breath Away) will  read from her new book, Little Mercies,  at 7 p.m. today in Prairie Lights, 15 S. Dubuque.


Drink of the Week: Basil Flower

The beginning of August is upon us all, so before the sweet sand of summer slips through your fingers, we recommend something sweet, refreshing, and delicious.


Lollapalooza to rock Chicago

Every August, Grant Park in Chicago hosts a three-day music festival — a modern Woodstock, if you will. People across the country flock to the heart of Illinois for Lollapalooza to see some of the biggest names in music.


Guardians of cinema (sort of)

Guardians of the Galaxy is not only weird as in amusingly off-putting alien designs and incredibly nebulous MacGuffins, but also weird in how it essentially repudiates most of the central tenants of modern blockbusters.


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