Arts & Entertainment Archives – Little Village


READ THE LATEST | SUPPORT LITTLE VILLAGE | SHOP PERKS THE WEEKENDER Your weekly editor-curated arts compendium April is National Poetry Month, and you can get in the spirit of verse this weekend as the Iowa Poetry Association takes over Mainframe Studios and Franklin […]

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READ THE LATEST | SUPPORT LITTLE VILLAGE | SHOP PERKS THE WEEKENDER Your weekly editor-curated arts compendium It’s Mission Creek weekend, and there’s a ton of opportunities to catch the hottest local and national musicians, writers, and artists of the year. If you’re looking […]

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Reading Camonghne Felix’s 2023 memoir Dyscalculia: A Love Story of Epic Miscalculation is a gut punch over and over and over again. It’s one of those books I had to put down every couple of pages to catch my breath. […]

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This article is the fourth in a series looking back at concerts that shaped the Iowa City and Cedar Rapids’ musical imagination as they reach milestone anniversaries. On Friday, it will be 55 years since Simon & Garfunkel played the […]

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Black Belt Eagle Scout was scheduled to play the Mission Creek Festival that never happened. It’s been three years since that 2020 appointment—at the time postponed and then, ultimately, canceled—but Katherine Paul, who also goes by KP and performs under […]

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Ryan Stier has been making music with his band, Extravision, for roughly a decade now. The five-person group often mixes ambient, psychedelic sounds with folk lyrics and instrumentation. Extravision will appear at Mission Creek 2023 — Iowa City’s annual three-day […]

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The weekend is near, which means it’s time to see what’s going on around the metro. Trans Day of Visibility is upon us, so head down to the Garden or the First Unitarian Church… […]

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There’s a veritable smorgasbord of events all over eastern Iowa this weekend. Hang out in Iowa City if you want to check out Frequências, a three day symposium focused on… […]

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Lindsey Jordan’s music is sometimes soft and innocent, sometimes loud and gut-wrenching, but always heartfelt. In the six years since the release of her first EP, the singer-songwriter and guitarist has cultivated an intimate sound, reminiscent of bygone days. Jordan […]

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The Great Vehicle by Byrn D Paul Byrn D. Paul is one of those musicians on a wavelength entirely their own. He plays guitar, cello, violin, oud, koto, pedal steel guitar and modular synthesizer on The Great Vehicle. On previous […]

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I was lucky enough to see the trailer for 65 with no context. It spelled out a familiar tale: High-tech space explorers crash land on an unidentified planet where danger lurks in the shadows. If you’re familiar with the work […]

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Ana-Maria Petcu wants there to be more women in art. But first, she wants the women who are already in art to receive the recognition they deserve. At the Raygun store in Des Moines on March 25, Petcu — a […]

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