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Openly gay Iowa senator to host reading

Senator Matt McCoy, Iowa's highest-ranking openly gay politician, has compiled emails, speeches, and other documents from his career into the book Senator McCoy, You're Going Straight to Hell.


Best of the Best Pictures

A totally non-definitive ranking of this year's Academy Award Best Picture nominees, compiled by an average human being who saw them all.


Review: Dan Gable's A Wrestling Life

Legendary wrestler and coach Dan Gable gives readers a window into his career, his upbringing, and all that's helped mold him into the man he is today.


Mill concert to benefit women's rights

Megan Gogerty's new performance group, the Canaries, hope to present "fun, fabulous, kind of naughty" entertainment to raise awareness and funds for feminist issues.


Grateful Dead tribute band to play Gabe's

The Schwag, one of the country's premiere Grateful Dead tribute bands, will bring the rock 'n' roll band's sound to "Deadheads" at Gabe's on Friday.


Torture, terrorism, and paranoia

Following an unlikely married couple, the dark comedy Why Torture is Wrong and the People Who Love Them will be staged by Dreamwell Theater on Friday at the Unitarian Universalist Center.


Gaming convention returns

The 24th-annual Gamicon, the biggest and longest-running gaming convention in eastern Iowa, will be held at the Sheraton Hotel Friday through Feb. 22.


Film fest aids Girls on the Run

Girls on the Run of Eastern Iowa will present LunaFest, a film festival of works by and about women, at 7 p.m. today in the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts


Review: Evolve

Evolve is a class-based multiplayer shooter with a different approach to things. Instead of fighting a blur of human enemies, it focuses on the thrill of the hunt.


Exhibit honors 150 years of Iowa Law

The gallery show Iowa Law: the Oldest Law School West of the Mississippi has opened at the Old Capitol Museum, celebrating the sesquicentennial of the UI College of Law.


Drink of the Week: Pinkus Munster Alt

Pinkus-Muller Brewery in M√ľnster, Germany, is the first organic, USDA-approved brewery in the world, and, as a 199-year-old business, it's doing something right.


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