In the first installment of their VS. series, the Protagonist Pizza guys (and girls) battle it out over who has better food options: Champaign or Urbana.
Julie found some half-marathon, 10K, and 5K participants who are running with a greater purpose this weekend.
Saturday's March for Science in Washington, D.C. is expected to bring out tens of thousands. March for Science: Champaign-Urbana is one of 514 satellite marches around the world.
Local friends start a non-profit to help Syrian Refugees resettle here, and you can help too by attending their silent auction April 27th at Pizza M.
Not just your typical school teacher, Nechele Johnson works with kids everyday, reteaching them the alphabet, how to speak, and giving them a priceless skill. Read on to hear her story.
A local campaign brings awareness to programs that are serving kids in Champaign-Urbana.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. Due to the Illinois budget crisis, Rape Advocacy and Community Education Services (RACES) is only able to provide two of the five critical services it provides victims of sexual assault in four counties.
Julie offers a sneak preview of the upcoming Festival of Quilts at Cunningham Children's Home.
"The change you throw in the tip jar — regardless of what business it's in — is helping someone to buy groceries or pay for their kid's daycare." Read more about a local barista who wanted to be a werewolf when she grew up.
A plan is on the table for revitilization of the Urbana Landmark Hotel, now it's up the the Urbana City Council to decide if it's the right one. The developer and project manager make their case for transforming this historic property.
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