New local music video blog Prairie Hymnal endeavors to connect roots music with the specific conditions that led to its creation, which could include Lionel Richie.
HalfwayInteresting.com isn't yet two weeks old, but it's already established itself as a resource for the business and professional community.
Charles Schultz' A Citizen's Blog About Champaign Unit 4 gets at the real stories behind the bluster about local schools.
ChambanaMoms.com is providing a place "where Champaign-Urbana moms meet," filling a void and building an audience in a short time.
It's not just a catchy name. Robert Baird really believes that "All Bikes R Cool," and that's the driving force behind his blog.
Intricate sewing, knitting, and quilting projects are something to share for Dorie Schwarz on her blog, Tumbling Blocks.
Sometimes you need a blog to get you through the tough times, and Cynthia Voelkl has built a supportive community through The Sandwich Life.
Champaign Taste, C-U's premier food blog, has built a loyal audience by tackling local cuisine from numerous angles. Lisa Morgan tells us how she keeps things fresh after three years on the beat.
Gordy Hulten of IlliniPundit.com tries to focus on local politics and keep things civil. Is that even possible?
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communites in the state. We brag about it here in the Culture section every day.
- 35 East
- Bleeding Cardinal Red
- C-U Green
- C-U In Style
- C-U Pregnant
- C-U Running
- Centrally Located
- Cycling on the Cheap
- EJ Radio
- Football Variety Show
- From the HR Desk
- Getting Things Done
- Grad School Musical
- I've Got A Bike, You Can Ride It If You Like
- If You're Bored, Then You're Boring
- Milestone Announcement Forms for Same Sex Couples
- Poetry In The Motion
- Prophylaxing Politely
- Queer Notions
- Science Politely
- See You, Speak Up
- The Bell, Book, and Candle
- The Call To The Post
- The Carrot & The Stickle
- The Least You Can Do
- The Polite Power Rankings
- The Rainbow Connection
- The Yoga Experiment
- These are the Buildings in Your Neighborhood
- This Conference Goes to Eleven!
- Top of the Blogs
- Traveling at Home
- Unsportsmanlike Conduct
- We Need to Talk
- What Have We Here?
- What Went Down?
- Where Community Organizers Gather
- Your Guinea Pig