Rebecca is so tired of the LIT pun, but honestly, it works and it's just right there. Still, check out who all is reading at Exile on Main on Saturday afternoon.
Andrew ponders the purpose of the railroad tracks running through a busy intersection in Urbana.
PYGMALION 2017 is a stacked line up with many talented musicians you may only discover after Pygmalion is over. Instead of regreting it, check out some highlights to help you enjoy the coming weekend.
Sara gives the rundown of what to expect at PYGMALION this year, in a broad sense.
George Saunders speaks with Rebecca about the theatricality of his new book, his upcoming appearance as part of Pygmalion Literature Festival, and the friends who help him remember what art really means.
PYGMALION has arrived — this week is the week. Check out what is lined up there, plus more around C-U, this week.
Our staff was there to catch a bunch of sets at Krannert Center's ELLNORA, which happens every other year in Urbana. It's never long enough, and always worth every moment of our time.
Megan took in the sights and sounds of the 2017 CU Pride Fest.
Julie sits down with Mike Ross as he embarks on his 21st year as the director of Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.