Wild Bill's still going strong

The java industry has changed since 1975, when a cup of coffee went for 20 cents. Wild Bill's, a campus coffee joint located in North Hall, fondly remembers these days — not just for the cheap price of coffee, but as the year it all began.

Gathe Raho takes A Capella beyond Pitch Perfect

Gathe Raho, the largest South Asian A Cappella competition in the U.S., will welcome seven teams from six states to perform a blend of English and Hindi songs Saturday.

A fashion show for the ages

The Walk It Out Multicultural Fashion show — produced by dozens of student organizations — will fill the IMU runways with fashions and entertainment from Asia, Africa, the LGBTQ community, and beyond.

Turning software, dance, and styrofoam into sound

The UI Laptop Orchestra, now an undergraduate class, utilize MacBooks — as well as various household items — to craft creative compositions.

One-woman show explores real estate stress

"The show is an existential crisis disguised as a comedy about buying a house," said Megan Gogerty, the playwright and solo actor in the new Riverside production, Housebroken.

Q&A: Museum of Art speaker Amy Frazier

Having mastered — and received a Master's degree — in the art of creativity, Amy Frazier will present a "Smart Talk" today for the UI Museum of Art as they prepare to relocate.

Powwow returns Saturday

The University of Iowa will host the 21st Powwow Saturday, using music and dance to connect local American Indian tribes with each other and the community.

Embracing the German Forest

Abumrad explored the challenges and dynamics of being an innovator at his performance at the Englert last Saturday.

UI produces English language opera The Rivals

April 9 through 12, the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts will be hosting The Rivals, a 2011 opera following the story of misguided deceptions between several sets of lovers and would-be lovers.

Iowa City International Film Festival descends

The festival, presented by undergraduates in the UI Cinema Department, features documentaries from Iowan, national, and international filmmakers.

Review: Ori and the Blind Forest is cute and mostly fluffy

Run, dash, and jump, jump again over a spider as big as you are, and be on your merry way. Every time I did this in Ori and the Blind Forest I smiled at how smoothly it all worked together.

Preview: Patiently awaiting Project Cars

In Project CARS, a perfect example of the realistic but mundane "genre" of driving simulator, you drive a car. Hoo boy, do you drive a car. In a race, even.

Drink of the Week: Loaded Bloody Mary

Why prepare a drink and a meal when you can consume both at once? The Dirty Dog restaurant in Waverly, IA, invented this mammoth of a cocktail, which is as nourishing (and caloric) as any item on their menu.

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