Over 20 options for live music to check out this week in C-U.
Merry went to Alto Vineyards to taste some great wines with delicious cupcakes.
This month Jillian starts a debate about pumpkin spice everything as she informs you about market happenings.
Champaign-Urbana is full of restaurants that serve delicious chicken wings. Brian checks out five spots that just might become your new favorite.
Dane looks at the soon-to-come Human Relations Commission's police complaint review subcommittee and decides it's a good thing for police–community relations.
In this third installment of the Master Tracks series, James Treichler of Wave Upon Wave discusses his engineering origin story, and the importance of finding balance between rawness and polish.
Protagonist Pizza Productions takes a look at University of Illinois faculty member Lisa Gaye Dixon's process of acting and directing, plus more.
Sal experiences an hour-long floating session for the third time in his life, climbing into and zonking out in an oval-shaped “dream-pod,” which to him resembles a large white egg with shallow saltwater.
Amie Whittemore, author of the recently published collection, Glass Harvest (Autumn House Press), talked about the “priceless opportunities” living in the C-U area offered her and about her mentor, the late Brigit Pegeen Kelly.