A frenzy of activity on the DIY circuit highlights this packed week of shows, and it's almost as if all the musicians came out to enjoy the unseasonable weather. Here's where to take in the sun and the tunes.
Allison weighs in on Urbana's Democratic candidates for mayor following last week's mayoral debate at Rigg's Brewery.
Kyle A. Thomas discusses the operatic "scenes show" Viva Verdi! being performed at Krannert this weekend.
Nathaniel talks with singer-songwriter Julien Baker about her suprising influences and the messages she hopes to send with her music ahead of her show tomorrow evening at The Accord.
Cameron sheds light on some pretty massive lies told by Rep. Rodney Davis during his "tele-town-hall" event last night.
Fatima checks out Cravings, a popular Campustown eatery that offers tasty and affordable meals.
Janjay and Nic talk about what's on everyone's mind lately: President Trump, and how his policies and cuts will affect the Arts in C-U.
Rebecah interviews Laurel Prussing, the incumbent mayor of Urbana, about why she's running for re-election.
In the latest Sketch Politely, Edwin illustrates some of the concerns of many in Champaign about Governor Rauner's commitment to public education.