Palestinian rapper Tamer Nafar highlighted the importance of language during his presentation and discussion on Monday night at Allen Hall in Urbana.
Students are back from spring break this week, and so is the wide slection of live local music—symphonies, acapella groups, blues, world music, rock, bluegrass—this week has it all.
Spring break might mean fewer students in town, but there's still plenty of local live music options for your week.
There's no shortage of options or variety this week in the local music scene.
Lundi Gras and Mardi Gras stack Monday and Tuesday with Cajun music, and a healthy helping of jazz rounds out the week.
This week is the usual bevy of local music events, with a spring folk festival happening in Urbana--bluegrass is sure to push us out of the February blues and toward warmer weather.
A week chalk-full of performances, check out what's coming up in live music in and around C-U.
Austin sits down with Brooklyn-based duo Paris Monster in advance of their February 16th show at Blackbird in Urbana.
Gavin tells the story of Gatson, a local rapper worth turning your attention towards.
C-U Folk & Roots Festival's Winter Weekend highlights this week's slate of live shows in the area.
John gets his mind blown by the local bands featured during the first weekend of the 28th edition of The Great Cover Up.
James chats with Winter Weekend co-organizer Charlie Harris ahead of next weekend's mini-festival in Downtown Urbana.
In our Music section, you can find a wide variety of coverage on our scene — whether it is a review of a local artist’s new album, a preview of an upcoming performance in C-U, or something in between — we’ll keep you up to date.