Iowa StatePosted by
Diana Rus

Movies with the main filming locations in Iowa

Iowa is a state in the Midwestern region of the United States, bordered by the Mississippi River to the east and the Missouri River and Big Sioux River to the west. It is bordered by six states: Wisconsin to the northeast, Illinois to the east and southeast, Missouri to the south, Nebraska to the west, South Dakota to the northwest, and Minnesota to the north.
Picture for Movies with the main filming locations in Iowa
Iowa StateHipHopDX.com

Battle Rapper From Eminem's '8 Mile' Gets Kicked Outta Iowa

DES MOINES, IA – A battle rapper from Eminem’s 8 Mile blockbuster took another L this week. According to the Des Moines Register, Gerald “Strike” Sanders, who is best known for his role as Lyckety-Splyt in the 2002 film, was banned from doing business in Iowa by the state’s Attorney General Tom Miller.
Picture for Battle Rapper From Eminem's '8 Mile' Gets Kicked Outta Iowa
Iowa Statehotnewhiphop.com

Eminem's "8 Mile" Battle Rap Opponent Banned From Iowa

Rapper Gerald "Strike" Sanders is probably best known for his appearance in 8 Mile where he battled Eminem's character B-Rabbit but he's, unfortunately, making headlines this week after a legal battle with the state of Iowa. According to Des Moines Register, Strike has officially been banned from doing business in the state of Iowa on accusations of fraud.
Picture for Eminem's "8 Mile" Battle Rap Opponent Banned From Iowa
RELATED CHANNELS
Indianola, IAkniakrls.com

Free Admission to Next Friday Night Live Concert

The second Friday Night Live concert hosted by the Indianola Chamber of Commerce is one week from today, featuring the band Final Mix. Chamber President and CEO Brenda Easter tells KNIA News through a generous contribution from the chamber’s partner Simpson College, admission will be free. “I’m grateful to Simpson...
RELATED PEOPLE
Iowa StateWaterloo Cedar-Falls Courier

Gaelic Storm, Scythian headline 2021 Iowa Irish Fest

WATERLOO – Scythian and Gaelic Storm are returning to the 2021 Iowa Irish Fest Aug. 6-8. The bands will join 20 bands and entertainers, including five groups traveling from Ireland to perform in Lincoln Park in downtown Waterloo. “Having these bands travel from Ireland is part of what makes Iowa...
Des Moines, IAPosted by
We Are Iowa

Art show hopes to bring 2 communities together for Juneteenth

DES MOINES, Iowa — To celebrate Juneteenth, organizers of an art show called 515Manifestival are working to bring the LGBTQ and Black communities together in the metro area. The event is in partnership with Iowa Juneteenth Observance. Organizers Indigo Moore and Buffy E. Jamison said the festival will provide attendees with a chance to see different types of art and performances.
RELATED CREATORS
Iowa Statemsn.com

Sports TV listings for Des Moines and Iowa

ESPN2 — Formula One: Practice 3, Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France. ESPN2 — Formula One: Qualifying, Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France. SHO — Showtime Championship: Jermall Charlo vs. Juan Macias Montiel (Middleweights), Houston. 9 p.m. ESPN — Top Rank: Naoya Inoue vs. Michael Dasmarinas (Bantamweights), Las Vegas. COLLEGE...
Indianola, IAkniakrls.com

Let’s Talk Indianola – Musician Andrew Hoyt

On today’s Let’s Talk Indianola we talk with musician Andrew Hoyt about playing in the Tunes and Treats Concert at Indianola Parks and Rec earlier this week. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RSS | Subscribe to Let's Talk Indianola.
RELATED PUBLISHERS
Iowa StateHouston Chronicle

Opinion: New book 'Katy Has Two Grampas' reflects an Iowa family's journey

There’s a touching, beautifully illustrated new children’s book out that’s drawing five-star reviews on Amazon and bringing adult readers to tears. “Katy Has Two Grampas” is by an Iowa man, Bob Schanke, and his Minnesota-based adult daughter, Julie Schanke Lyford. The storyline stems from an experience her daughter had as a preschooler and the authors say it may be the first children’s book to feature a pair of openly gay, married men as grandparents. That seems appropriate coming from one of the first U.S. states to have recognized a right to same-sex marriage, and one whose population skews older: up to 20 percent of Iowans are or will soon be 65 and up.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE