After a building frenzy, Champaign-Urbana now has a bonafide skyline. What does that mean for our civic identity?
Julie speaks with Jobie Taylor about his work with TRUCE and the Education Justice Project.
In case you hadn't noticed, it's cold. Like really cold. Like it's literally warmer in Antarctica cold. How did we get to this point? Andrew sums up a wild and crazy December...weather-wise that is.
Time to close the door on 2017 and bring on 2018. Our guide to NYE offers up lots of local celebration options.
Andrew recaps an unusual November weather-wise, and looks ahead to the possibility of snow in December.
We know you have to shop somewhere this year for the holidays, so be sure to do it locally, because it really counts.
Thirty years after we demolished the pedestrian mall in Downtown Champaign, let's learn about what could be Champaign's newest addition.
Julie chats with milliner Britt Von Decker in anticipation of her trunk show this weekend at Rumours Hat Shoppe.
Andrew explores the work of famed local architect Joseph Rovey in C-U and beyond.
Under the leadership of Social Justice Seminar instructor Lindsay Aikman, high school juniors and seniors are taking on issues much larger than the walls of Centennial High School.
Julie busts out of her comfort zone and checks out a unique new tattoo shop in downtown Champaign.
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.