Sean speaks with the organizers of Urbana's Summer Movie Night, happening this Friday in Downtown Urbana, and talks about the ethic behind their various projects.
If your week isn’t taking off yet, consider attending Parkland College’s Aviation Open House this Thursday from 2–4 p.m. at Willard Airport. Rebecah finds out more about the program.
Chris discovers why Champaign needs a new high school. Hint: It has to do with air-conditioning.
As part of our ongoing series on local public officials, Rebecah chats with Urbana city council member Dennis Roberts.
Katie talks a ton of comedy with local comedian Esteban Gast, including Carlin, Cosby, and Seinfeld, performing his material, and his on- and off-stage personality differences.
Rebecah visits BodyWork Associates, the professional home of over a dozen certified massage therapists specializing in Precision Neuromuscular Therapy (PNMT), a technique developed by president and mastermind Doug Nelson.
Cope checks out some chimes as she continues her abecedarian amble through C-U.
Mehdi checks out Kessler Optical, which is celebrating their five-year anniversary in Downtown Champaign.
Katie converses with Mallory Casperson, founder of Lacuna Loft, and discusses the development and inspirations behind the endeavor to help others.
Mehdi chats with an adventurous bunch: the Illinois Skateboarding Society.
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