Culture

Digs uncover Iowa’s Native American history

In 2014, 200 or so years after white settlers literally changed the face this region, the story of Iowa’s Native American history is, in man ... »

Cedar Rapids couple opens LGBT-affirming church

CEDAR RAPIDS — The Rev. Tony White and his partner, Scott Niskanen, know what it’s like to be turned away from the church, and from t ... »

St. Ludmila celebrates century of history, looks to future

CEDAR RAPIDS — For the parish at St. Ludmila’s Catholic Church in Cedar Rapids, a 100-year history is no small feat. That’s wh ... »

Cedar Rapids Museum of Art transformation celebration

CEDAR RAPIDS — It’s hard to build a public conversation through a wall.

A last-minute architectural element — a ramp &#x ... »

Air show takes over Iowa City skies

IOWA CITY — Necks arched upward Saturday as thousands trained their gaze on an array of aircraft roaming the skies above Iowa City.

Th ... »

'Field' still resonates, 25 years later

DYERSVILLE — Kevin Costner and Dwyer Brown trotted to the infield. For a few minutes, the actors focused on playing catch. A usually commonpl ... »

Ideas flow in first of three Cedar Rapids art museum community forums

The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art is turning to the community to help frame its future.

A small group primarily of local artists help launch a s ... »

Cedar Rapids returns to 'Survivor' spotlight

Cedar Rapids police officer Sarah Lacina, 29, will have a million-dollar hometown cheerleader in her corner when her "Survivor: Cagayan" odyssey be ... »

Donation adds to Herbert Hoover museum's collection

A desk with secret compartments and a fire screen hand-embroidered by former first lady Lou Henry Hoover are among several items recently donated t ... »

'Humans of Iowa City' photo project documents faces in downtown places

Two men with long gray beards pause on the Ped Mall. A young man with a mohawk strolls through vendor tents at a Summer of the Arts festival. A wil ... »

Decorah artist's traditional carvings to be featured on PBS' 'Craft in America'

Harley Refsal of Decorah has carved a niche in folk artistry so deep that even the King of Norway has taken notice.

PBS has taken notice, too ... »

Children's Museum of Indianapolis is a destination for all ages

The first clue that the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is on a different order of magnitude than most institutions of its kind comes in its park ... »

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