Debra introduces you to Urbana's inaugural poet laureate, Will Reger.
In preview of their spring reading at Analog, Debra chats with members of the Glass Room Poets.
Debra previews the Come Home to Krannert Center: 50th Anniversary Weekend and dives deep into a discussion of KCPA's unique success story with director Mike Ross.
Chloe talks with the choreographers behind Studiodance, opening tonight at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
Debra chats with CU Film Society board members Rebecca and Thom Nicol as they gear up for this year's student script deadline this Thursday
Katie talks with Director Rick Orr and Producer Kay Holley about their production of A Doll's House: Part 2, opening tonight at the Station Theatre.
Debra chats with local woodcut print artist Erica Rae Stark about the work she'll be showing at International Galleries this Friday as a part of Urbana First Fridays.
Debra previews the upcoming 16th annual Hooey Home Show and goes behind the scenes with Hooey creator Jill Miller.
John talks about the Cavagna Sangiuliani Collection and its origins with curator Chloe Ottenhoff of the University of Illinois Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Chloe interviews choreographer Cynthia Oliver about her newest work, Virago-Man Dem.
Angela talks with local performer, writer, and activist Susan Parenti.
Journey into the Randolph Street Community Garden, as Angela overviews what it was like to listen to the stories of Dawn Blackman during August's Art Now! episode.
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