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Puppets in Iowa

Tate Hildyard, Videographer April 17, 2019

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A growing Iowa City skyline stands against a muggy afternoon sky on Monday, July 17, 2006. A story released Monday in Money Magazine ranked the city No. 74 on its Best Places to Live list out of an original pool of nearly 750.

Iowa City boosts public art with grants

Macey Spensley, [email protected] March 10, 2016

A publishing opportunity for the homeless and an interactive art experience are the first recipients of Iowa City’s public-art grant. The money, granted through the City’s Public Arts Advisory Committee,...

Death’s fugitive

ISABELLE ROBLES August 6, 2015

Everyman will come to the stage. Well, the screen. Well, both. On Saturday, the Englert Theater, 221 E. Washington St., will feature a screening of the London-based National Theatre’s production...

Mission Impossible is quite possible

ALEC GLUESING August 6, 2015

Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation Directed by Christopher McQuarrie There’s a 10-minute span in the middle act of the latest Mission: Impossible film in which super-agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise)...

A semester in (p)review

DI STAFF August 6, 2015

University of Iowa classes will start up in just a few short weeks. With the onslaught of students making their way back to Iowa City, the arts and culture scene heats up. Instead of reviewing a summer...

Hairy Murder


Around this time last year, actor Mike Long and director Bryan Garey began working on a relatively new theater piece for the Heritage Theater Festival in Virginia. Though new to them, the comedy had received...

20 from town, no frowns


I love going out to eat, but I find myself cycling through an Iowa City restaurant rotation week after week. After probably having all menu items at my downtown favorites, I realized I needed to branch...

Punk lives at the Mill

ALEC GLUESING July 30, 2015

Screaming Females, with Vacation, Lipstick Homicide Rockers from New Jersey, Ohio, and Iowa will shake the rafters at the Mill on Aug. 2 in a three-act punk freakout.  Screaming Females...

Ghosts in Motion


In 2011, New York City welcomed one of the most unsettling theater performances in years, Sleep No More. The production, based on Shakespeare’s Macbeth, emphasized an interactive experience among...

Mr. Holmes returns

ALEC GLUESING July 23, 2015

Sherlock Holmes, a fixture in British literature and popular culture, burst back into the international spotlight with 2009’s Guy Ritchie action film starring a fresh-off Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. in...

Returning to the roots

ALEC GLUESING July 23, 2015

Blue Moose Tap House will presenting an all-ages hip-hop and comedy show at 6 p.m. Friday, headlined by the long-running Kentucky rap group Nappy Roots. The band, which has been active since 1995, is...

Q&A with Patrick DuLaney

DI STAFF July 9, 2015

Patrick DuLaney is a freelance actor, director, choreographer, and teacher living in Iowa City. He has worked extensively in this area, as well as all over the country for the past 20 years. DuLaney...

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