Seven plays, 70 minutes'

The UI's Ten Minute Play Festival, premiering tonight, will feature work written, performed, and directed by undergrads.

Dance faculty and graduates 'take chances'

Challenging themes, unusual choreography, and multimedia make up the UI Dance Department's Faculty/Graduate Concert, premiering Friday.

Second City to hit Englert

Chicago's Second City improv and sketch group, with alums including Chris Farley, Joan Rivers, Steve Carrell, and Stephen Colbert, to name a few, will bring its latest crop of talent to Iowa City Friday and Saturday.

Folk artists gather for new festival

More than 20 musicians will perform for the Folk Alliance Region Midwest music festival "Iowa Welcome," beginning at 1 p.m. Feb. 15 at the Mill.

Q&A: rock 'n' roller JD McPhersona

Fresh off the release of his new album, Let the Good Times Roll, on Feb. 10, rocker JD McPherson plans to bring this belief to Iowa City tonight, where he will kick off his new tour.

Step Afrika to stop at IMU

Step dancing, or stepping, is a form of dance performed in many African-American fraternities and sororities. At 10 p.m. today in the IMU, Step Afrika, the first company dedicated to stepping, will perform.

Dan Gable to discuss Foxcatcher

One of the state of Iowa's most famous athletes, Dan Gable, will speak on one of the 2014's most acclaimed films at 3 p.m. Saturday at FilmScene, 118 E. College St.

Honoring farce

The Coralville Center for the Performing Arts will present "An Evening of Farces," including performances of the outrageous one-act plays "Black Comedy" and "The Real Inspector Hound."

IC Comedy: Little Village Comedy Hour strikes again

Going to be alone on Valentine's Day? Good. We found you a reason to get out of the house around 7 p.m. Take in a free hour ("or so") of comedy at High Ground Café.

Review: Will Butler's Policy

Arcade Fire's Will Butler has created his first solo album Policy, to be released on March 10, featuring a collection of eight solid, easy-listening songs.

Review: Limbo

Two-dimensional puzzle game Limbo is one of most depressing, thought-provoking, wince-inducing, and darkly beautiful games I have ever played.

Drink of the Week: Blue Moon First Peach Ale

Reportedly designed with warm notes for cold days and zippy peach notes for the warmer, this brew is mishmashed Iowa weather in a bottle.

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