This is the weekend of the Illinois Marathon, so consider yourself warned.
Tom abandons his usual Building/Feeling/Latrine format to write about the flood of boring apartment buildings appearing in Champaign.
Downtown Urbana’s Lacy’s Kansas City Style BBQ has been open for almost a year now. Shame on us for taking so long to check it out.
Kerry-Ann explores what's next for C-U high school seniors.
The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and Leo Tolstoy: Discord, the play currently being staged at the Station Theatre, turns out to be considerably more humorous than its title makes it sound.
There’s only a short time left to try the Nuevo Latino cuisine at Escobar’s Restaurant, and Rebecca went to check things out.
Last weekend there was a lot of photobombing happening downtown. Check out Community Choices and their fun public engagement event.
This week's episode of Smile Politely Radio covers PechaKucha and CUDO.
Illinois baseball hosted a weekend series at Illinois Field against Ohio State and one of the games even went to 15 innings. Tyler was there the whole weekend to capture and recap the action.
It's catching, maybe even chronic, but being bitten by the design bug is something CUDO hopes to help you with, if not cure.