Monthly Archives: January 2013

Thomas Moore: reluctant leader set to retire

Thomas Moore never planned to open a museum.

Coralville council approves new spot for Asian market

A vacant lot in Coralville will be developed into a mixed-use building that will feature an Asian market.

Moen reflects on the Chauncey project

“I wanted to put my energies into the project, not the politics.”

Westdale Mall master plan taking shape

Westdale Mall came under new ownership during the first moments of the new year, but details surrounding the future of the 72 acres, including what the city of Cedar Rapids’ involvement will be, are still in the works.

Ginsberg: Mixing art and science

Just like Pablo Picasso, Mark Ginsberg believes desire defies reason.

Shive-Hattery sees continued growth

It’s been around for nearly 120 years, but it’s not finished growing and changing.

A conversation with Argentinian writer Federico Falco

By Rebecca Boyle

Argentinian novelist and poet Federico Falco first came to the University of Iowa this past August, as a participant in the renowned International Writing Program’s (IWP) fall residency, a three-month program that provides what all writers long for and seek: the time to sit down and put pen to paper, to read their work and to share it with fellow writers.

Experts discuss 2013 economy

Ag, infrastructure and the ‘S-word’ hot topics for 2013

Iowa City CoLab opens doors

The entrepreneurial, freelancing and creative community has another spot to work.

IC selects movie theater, bowling for College/Gilbert

A decision by Iowa City officials has left one long-time business wondering what’s next and a fairly new nonprofit planning for a staple entertainment option downtown.

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