Rebecah visits Champaign Cycle's new Urbana location and delves into Champaign Cycle's long history.
Sam gives you a virtual tour of the new Error Records location and some of the merchandise available.
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.
Mehdi checks out Kessler Optical, which is celebrating their five-year anniversary in Downtown Champaign.
Jessica gets to know a handful of women taking aerobics classes at the Stephen's Family YMCA in Champaign.
Apricot Lane is one of the newest additions to Campustown retail — and Judy investigates, telling us why this boutique suits all types of styles.
In the second part of a three-part series, Chris looks at the current state of UC2B with a little help from its Chair of Board of Directors.
Katie talks to Don Schlorff, the newest member of the board of directors of the Urbana Business Association, about why Urbana is an ideal place to live.
Chris reviews Pies and Ties, the second pop-up shop featured by CoLab in two months.
Chris profiles downtown Champaign's Ten Thousand Villages, a store that helps artisans from around the world.
Chris writes about the recent Yahoo! expansion and what it means to the City of Champaign.
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