Julie talks with full-spectrum doula Isis Rose.
Recreation sports are in high demand and Neutral Cycle wants to get you back on your bike.
Melinda chats with Danelle Jameson, owner of Circles Boutique, a women's clothing staple in Champaign since 1998.
Jaclyn speaks with Matthis Helmick about the origins of Plant Mode, running a small business during a pandemic, and what plants people are buying.
University of Illinois graduate Arielle Rausin and PhD candidate Joey Peters are creating 3D printed masks for people with spinal cord injuries.
Melinda speaks with Edith Peacock of H2O Salon in Urbana and Patrick Smith of The Vintage Edge Barber Shop in Champaign on reopening following the stay-at-home order.
Julie shares her experiences at the Harvest Moon Drive-In during this unusual summer.
Julie talks with Liana Alcantara, studio manager at Defy Gravity Pole Fitness and Aerial Arts.
Indyia explores how two local organizations tackle the issue of food waste.
As the official holiday shopping season kicks off this weekend, Julie has some suggestions for making the most of your gift giving.
Amongst many restaurants and other local businesses downtown lies G Mart, Champaign's only comic book store. The store is a true local gem, containing hundreds of vintage and current comic books and graphic novels.
Erin spoke with Mariah Madison, creator of Buy Black Chambana, about making a local black-owned business directory that includes Nannyville, LLC, a black-owned business of her own.
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