Lee McDonald has retired from the business world and is now seeking election to the Unit 4 school board.
Sara talks with Kristina Reese and Maria Ludeke from Hatha Yoga and Fitness: A community of people from all fitness levels and disciplines working to balance their outer as well as their inner strengths.
Burlesque/Vaudeville troupe Carnivále Debauche provided a high-energy, crowd-pleasing celebration of all things nerdy at Nerdlesque.
Max, a recent arrival to Urbana-Champaign, uses a point system to evaluate ways to meet new friends.
Unit 4 has three schools with new magnet programming, and they are hoping parents entering the district will take notice.
Julie speaks with Dandelion's founder and former owner Sara Hudson, as well as new owner Charlotte Westcott.
Hoping to kiss your special someone this Valentines Day after dinner downtown? Tom reveals the best spots for smooches, and some places to avoid at all costs.
Nicole previews "The Pedestal Experience," a new brunch series for Black women designed to cover topics central to Black women’s lived experiences.
Girls Go For It program invites and encourages empowerment and leadership in young girls.
Nicole takes a look at the robust Black History Month programming offered at Parkland
The NEA Big Read is coming to C-U, and it's a chance to learn more about culture and identity in our community and beyond.
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.