Jimena visited the studio of Charles Wisseman, this year's Boneyard Arts Festival featured artist. He spent 23 years as a pathologist and now he likes "to make things".
The McKinley Presbyterian Church and Foundation's recent Social Justice Awards Gala shed light on some of the best and brightest in our community.
From the files of “Who Knew? (Everyone other than me)”, Smile Politely Arts brings you a belated introduction to The Reading Room, held once a month at the Accord, coming up this weekend.
Max discusses the battle that is currently raging between developers and those who seek to keep West Urbana quaint.
Sunday brought great weather and relaxing music to Clark Park, which ended up bringing out the crowds to enjoy both!
Need a place to meet up with a potential friend? We’ve got you covered.
Plenty of live music entertainment this week in C-U.
This week's SPodcast answers such pressing questions as "Who is Boswell Hutson?" and "What do people look like?"
The I.D.E.A. Store ushered in the grand opening of its new studio space last Friday with a unique art show, and Smile Politely stopped by to see what the excitement was all about.