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Free wine and cheese? Yes, please.
Thom reviews the airy, flirty new production of Much Ado About Nothing, currently playing at Krannert Center.
Rebecah sits down with Urbana alderman Charlie Smyth as part of our ongoing series on local politicians.
Kelly, Amanda, and Janet swing by the studio to spill the beans about this year's Boneyard Arts Festival.
Katie talks to Don Schlorff, the newest member of the board of directors of the Urbana Business Association, about why Urbana is an ideal place to live.
Taylor enjoyed lunch and coffee at locally-owned Caffe Paradiso, a café known for coffee, sandwiches, and vegetarian and vegan choices, and it did not disappoint.
Mathew interviews Dallas Street, director of Parkland Theatre's Spamalot.
Sam caught the Bones Jugs N Harmony show at Krannert Center's Stage 5 this past weekend, and has some photos to prove it.
Record Store Day 2014 is invading Champaign-Urbana music this week, and many other shows to see as well.
Cassidy discusses the issues and plans (or lack therof) talked about at this year's Campus Town Hall meeting.