Romantic comedy to debut at Riverside

The story of a woman experiencing 22 straight years of bad luck, Robert Caisley's new play Lucky Me premieres at Riverside Theatre tomorrow, part of a rolling world premiere.

UI artists present paintings, 3D art off campus

Work by MFA candidates, art faculty, and graduates are currently showcased at Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Cedar Rapids, and the University of Notre Dame.

Documentary shows reality of Huntington's disease

Sundance Film Festival award winner The Lion's Mouth Opens will be screened at Pappajohn Business Building at 7 p.m. Jan. 29.

Q&A: novelist Tim Johnston

The UI graduate will return to Iowa City to discuss Descent, a novel about a family vacation that goes awry with the disappearance of the family's 18-year-old daughter.

UI play dramatizes Reagan assassination attempt

The workshop production Falls for Jodie will premiere in Theatre B of the University of Iowa Theater Building starting at 8 p.m. Jan. 30.

Q&A: comedian Chloe Hilliard

"Larger than life" comedian and "Last Comic Standing" contestant Chloe Hilliard will perform at 10 p.m. tonight at Public Space One.

Q&A: Bahamas

Canadian musician Afie Jurvanen discusses stage names, music videos, and being his own band on the album Bahamas is Afie.

Super Scalpers' commander gaming industry

The supply of new Nintendo products has not met the demand, as I am discovering the hard way.

Drink of the Week: 8-Bit Pale Ale

Covered in colorful video game imagery, Tallgrass Brewery's 8-Bit American pale ale is a feast for the eyes and taste buds.

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