After a building frenzy, Champaign-Urbana now has a bonafide skyline. What does that mean for our civic identity?
Julie speaks with Jobie Taylor about his work with TRUCE and the Education Justice Project.
In case you hadn't noticed, it's cold. Like really cold. Like it's literally warmer in Antarctica cold. How did we get to this point? Andrew sums up a wild and crazy December...weather-wise that is.
Time to close the door on 2017 and bring on 2018. Our guide to NYE offers up lots of local celebration options.
Andrew recaps an unusual November weather-wise, and looks ahead to the possibility of snow in December.
A group of local high school and college students graded the City of Urbana on their climate action. The results were somewhat surprising.
We know you have to shop somewhere this year for the holidays, so be sure to do it locally, because it really counts.
Andrew explores the work of famed local architect Joseph Rovey in C-U and beyond.
Andrew follows up on his previous musings about the Urbana mall with some humble suggestions.
Midwest Mandeng, an annual festival celebrating the various art forms of West Africa will be held this weekend at various locations across Urbana.
Andrew tells a story of an influential mall that couldn't catch a break.
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.