Summer in the Midwest is great for short road trips, and Bobbie has some suggestions for your next Date Night, or Date Brunch.
Local poet and professor Gale Renee Walden has released her second book of poetry in twenty years, and Rebecca wants to argue semantics about how to praise it.
Austin’s Master Tracks series returns with Ryan Groff of Perennial Sound Studio and how his various musical endeavors fronting the band Elsinore, teaching lessons, and engineering/producing at Perennial often dovetail.
Sara previews Prairie Rivers Network Day at Allerton; a free event filled with nature walks, art, entertainment, tastings and more!
Things are pretty sleepy this week after the exodus of the students, but there are still some shows that are worth checking out. More within.
In a new series, we're honored to have a couple of incredible guests contributing in regards to Illini Basketball: Tommy Craggs and Will Leitch.
There is quite an assortment of bars in town, but if you are craving a traditional Old Fashioned, Merry has some excellent suggestions on where to find one.
Phillip chats with Kelsey Sharp, keyboardist and background vocalist of Tell Mama, about the band's impending breakup and her future endeavors ahead of the band's last show this evening at Cowboy Monkey.
From selecting speakers to printing programs, there is a lot that goes into a commencement. We talk with Laura Wilhelm-Barr, Senior Director of Special Events, about what goes into getting the right pomp and circumstance.