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In her new book The Black Woman's Guide to Overcoming Domestic Violence, Dr. Robyn Gobin addresses the unique needs of Black women who have experience domestic violence. Her passion for bringing healing to her community has deep roots.
The Dixon Stars is an AAU basketball team in C-U that is developing more than just basketball players.
It's a long holiday weekend for most, and thankfully there is plenty to do in C-U.
July sweeps in at the end of this week, and with it some suggestions for how to experience it in C-U.
Here is a snapshot of Thursday's emergency protest in support of abortion rights.
Go ahead. Have a little fun this weekend. You deserve it.
Mara finds a "shorter, flatter, closer" trail at Homer Lake Forest Preserve because it's hot as heck and gas is expensive.
Food, arts, music, culture...you can experience all of it this weekend in C-U and beyond.
Sports teams and other school organizations have booster clubs of parents supporting their students. Michelle Dellorso decided the Tuscola Gay Straight Alliance needed one too.
Places like Champaign-Urbana have many hidden human treasures, people who have achieved wide recognition in their own fields and yet are unknown to the rest of us. Barbara Schoenoff is one such treasure, a doll-maker of high repute.
The weather had me worried, but I went to a Skywatch hosted by the Champaign-Urbana Astronomical Society.
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.