Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Illinois provides rich educational experiences for older adults.
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Andrew recaps a July filled with hot, humid days and a few exciting weather events.
Today we look at this lil' cute snack of a park in west central Champaign, tucked into a cul de sac, like a baby bunny, nestled in its bed.
Year of the Park moves forward today with an overview of Canaday Park, in east Urbana, which features a softball field and a couple of small hills to the south.
As the Year of the Park continues, we'll be highlighting a few of our very favorites with short videos that provides a little history set to stunning images of the featured space. This week, Scott Park in Campustown, Champaign.
Lessons in local history abound if you know where to look.
The weather this weekend will be outstanding. Here are suggestions for some safe ways to enjoy it.
As Year of the Park continues, we explore an unassuming mini park on Neil St. in Champaign.
The co-founders of youth advocacy group Paign to Peace speaks with Melinda as they reflect on the formation of their group and the impact their peaceful protests have had on the C-U community.
In the very first of over one hundred entries to come, Seth runs down the info about Ambucs Park in Urbana.
Julie talks with full-spectrum doula Isis Rose.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.