We have some very October-ish suggestions for you this weekend.
Julie talks with Ben Thomas, Midwest General Manager of VeoRide, about the past year of bike sharing in Champaign-Urbana.
Nicole previews the upcoming "Cultivating Hope In Anxious Times" events by interviewing Reverend Michael Crosby, pastor of First Mennonite Church of Champaign-Urbana.
Erin spoke with Mariah Madison, creator of Buy Black Chambana, about making a local black-owned business directory that includes Nannyville, LLC, a black-owned business of her own.
This weather has us feeling all the fall feels. Let's embrace it this weekend.
Get in that Halloween spirit and follow your gaming nose to Champaign-Urbana's historical cemeteries.
Andrew recaps a rather toasty September.
Jess suggests some things for you to enhance your life this month.
It will be a wonderful fall-like weekend, and we've got some great suggestions for how you should spend it.
Julie speaks with Michael Metz, author of the book Radicals in the Heartland: The 1960s Student Protest Movement at the University of Illinois.
Love and acceptance were on display at the 10th annual CU Pride Fest.
The fifteenth iteration of PYGMALION just went down on a whirlwind weekend in C-U, and now that there’s been some time to decompress (and get over post-festival depression), here’s a rundown of the highlights.
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