Coffee, eggs, live music, and art. A variety of options for you this weekend.
Julie talks with Gene Cossey, Executive Director of Willard Airport, about it's recent growth and possibilities for the future.
The story of how the Vietnam War almost spelled the end of the Morrow Plots
Sean Neumann slugs it out as a freelance and touring with Ratboys and Single Player, and I spoke with him about his recent work with Rolling Stone, Vice, and more.
Nicole speaks with Dr. Jonathan Metzl, a gun violence expert, professor, and psychiatrist about the March For Our Lives Movement, the intersections of race, protests, and gun violence, and previews his upcoming visit to UIUC.
Spring's winter weather didn't stop the C-U March for Our Lives event.
Nidhi talks with Lisa Bralts, Director of Content and Strategic Communications at Illinois Public Media, about her journey to Champaign, and how she found an interest in the intersection of food and sustainability and communication.
Brittany learns about bees and builds hive boxes at the University of Illinois Pollinatarium.
Lots of cultural events happening this weekend, plus baby goats.
In this new venture, Tish explores the migration stories of how people from all walks of life, from all over the world, end up in C-U. We start with Nubras Samayeen's story, a PhD student in architecture and mother of two from Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The Homer Opera House has been the locus for entertainment, education and music since 1902. And now it provides a home for professional wrestling.
In our continuation our articles looking back at 10 years of publishing, we speak with one of the founders, Mason Kessinger, who shaped what Smile Politely would look like.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.