Tom takes a look at Illinois tourism and how budget cuts might affect an easy way that the state generates income.
Yesterday, Lincoln's Challenge Academy in Rantoul was forced to close its doors because of a stalemate induced by Governor Bruce Rauner's ridiculous new budget plan, and that's probably the most heinous thing a politican could ever do.
Rebecah swings by the Champaign County Historical Museum to see what’s on display.
Facebook's next step is to out-human humans through virtual reality. What is virtual reality? Dr. Alan B. Craig explains virtual and augmented realities and how we can use these media to have a richer experience of the world (and maybe even be better people).
Nina talks with Timothy O'Neal, director of The Celebration Company at the Station Theatre's upcoming production of Mary's Wedding.
Photographer Alisa Greene follows Sugar by Sarah and gives you a behind the scenes look at some of her sugary creations. Yum!
Governor Rauner continues to promise budget cuts at the expense of some of the most under-represented groups in both C-U and the entire state. His bull-headedness could lead to a state government shutdown this week, leaving many state workers without pay and many dependant citizens without vital services.
This past Saturday saw the Great Annual Rocket Launch of 2015, hosted by Central Illinois Aerospace. It was a great opportunity to have fun launching rockets and learn more about science. Did we mention the whole launching rockets into the sky part?
The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music features exhibits about musicians who push the envelope, for people interested in doing the same and those of us content to watch.