Kids are not the only ones who deserve the feel-good instant gratification that is holiday crafting. Take a time out from all the holiday to-doing… More »
Recently Japan House has added a different type of tea ceremony to their regular rotation, a Ryūrei, or traditional table-style ceremony. Rather than guests sitting… More »
This is an insanely good deal from Lake of the Woods in Mahomet, one of my favorite courses to play on throughout the year in… More »
Debra explores Harry Breen's new retrospective exhibition of prairie state paintings.
Parkland recently put out their community ed course offerings for January through March, so maybe one of your New Year's resolutions should be pick up… More »
American Football has announced their new record, appropriately titled American Football (LP3), is out March 22, 2019 on Polyvinyl Records. This is the follow up to American Football… More »
A sad loss for Champaign. Owner Sally Mundy posted a touching explanation in a Facebook post yesterday: So what happened? I don’t know, TBH. I… More »
Sarah revisits Jupiter's at The Crossing.
Check out the creativity of some of our local middle school students this week as Franklin opens their doors for an Arts Showcase. Here's what… More »
This semester, Illini Hillel has hosted Challah for Hunger, an opportunity for people to help make and/or buy challah as a means to raise money… More »
Next up in Phoenix Botanical's educational series is Rolling 101, and that title is pretty darn self-explanatory. The class will be next Monday, December 17th… More »
The Pushcart Prize, a literary series published annually, features works published in small presses, and Ninth Letter is one of those small presses. This year… More »