Ten girls dressed in blue and purple leotards plié on stage holding up Hula-Hoops to aid the main character, Nikolai, as he looks for the answers to three of life's questions.
With Mardi Gras beads around his neck, an accordion in hand, and a French/Southern Louisiana twang in his voice, Terrance Simien embodies what he says are the two most important aspects of Zydeco music: culture and fun.
As a kick-off to Iowa City's Summer of the Arts, one of Southern Louisiana's historic cultural musicians and Grammy Winner, Terrence Simien will perform at 6:30 p.m. on Friday on the downtown Pedestrian Mall.
With such shows as "Glee" and such movies as Pitch Perfect bursting on the pop-culture scene, it is no surprise show choir is becoming more popular. Show choir at a college level, however, is still a fairly new idea.
Pizza, the easiest choice and possibly the most commonly consumed cuisine on college campuses, is often done incorrectly in my humble opinion.
I wandered into John's Grocery this week with my mind full of questions about which beer to review for my last Beer of the Week at The Daily Iowan.