After months of virtual open mic nights, CU Broad Comedy is live and in person with their inclusive brand of comedy.
Turn your eyes skyward with Central Illinois Aerospace as they kick off summer with their biggest launch of the year.
Urbana's fierce, talented young poets share what Juneteenth means to them in the fight for justice.
Collaborating with U of I to host a safe, socially-distanced event, URBANITE re-enters the landscape of live events. The environment has changed yet their mission is still to build community and share dance, music, and culture.
Did you know that some of the earliest texts about the real history of witchcraft can be found right here at Illinois Rare Book and Manuscript Library?
The Altgeld Chimes are turning 100. Cope offers a look back at their history as the U of I campus comes together to celebrate.
Apolonia chats with the organizers of C-U Black & African Arts Festival about staying relevant as an event through a pandemic, their respective history in C-U, and more.
This year's PYGMALION program is an all-virtual affair, featuring appearances by Ilana Glazer, Ari Shapiro, Bernardine Evaristo, Terrance Hayes, Napoleon Dynamite Live, and more.
A month’s worth of pride-themed events with Uniting Pride of Champaign County culminated on Saturday, June 27th with Global Pride, a mix of live-streamed and pre-recorded performances from local LGBTQ+ artists.
Jaclyn talks with Michael Darin of Japan House about Children’s Day on May 3rd.
WGGP celebrates 40 years of facilitating significant conversations, educating students, and conducting research about the role of gender in global challenges.
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.