"When people call or come through our doors, they are not only physically hurt but are also emotionally stressed...Their worlds are turned upside down, and it is rewarding to see and hear the relief they feel knowing that someone is finally on their side."
Kingfisher Kayaking is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing affordable kayak rentals and conservation education to East Central Illinois.
Karma Trade is a zero-waste swap service that prevents you from experiencing closet boredom while still being kind to the planet.
A year after the pandemic first changed our lives, Orphans Treasure Box bookstore is finding ways to pivot and move on with renewed purpose.
The Rantoul Family Sports Complex opens this spring as a venue for youth sports and community gatherings.
At Sweat Practice virtual gym, they believe everyone should have access to yoga and fitness classes, and they have the policies to prove it.
Abbie Frank, owner of Bluestem Hall, shares her plan to transition the venue to a nature school.
Jaclyn speaks with the owners of Titan Games about creating stories and connecting with others through fantasy role-playing.
Spending our dollars locally is more important than ever this strange holiday season.
Tias checks in with martial arts schools in and around Champaign-Urbana to find out how the pandemic has affect their operations and how they continue to serve their students through this unusual time.
Jaclyn spoke with Anne and Chris Lukeman of CU Adventures about running an in-person centered escape room business during a pandemic.
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.