Brought to you by The Land Connection, Rebecah and Sean are joined by Sarah Simeziane, director the Champaign Farmer's Market.
Seth Fein & Eric Bussell join Sean at WEFT Base One to share and discuss their takes on last months elections.
Natalie Kenny Marquex, director of Urbana's Market at the Square joins Rebecah & Sean to dish on what's cooking at this year's farmer's market.
State Senator Scott Bennett joins Rebecah & Sean at WEFT Base One to catch us up on his first 90 days in office.
Kelly White, executive director of 40 North, and Julie Susbe, chairperson of the Urbana Boneyard Festival Planning committee, join Rebecah and Sean at WEFT Base One right in the thick of Boneyard 2015 action.
Tom Miebach, organizer with The Pride Center's Turn It UP! event stops by WEFT Base One to talk about this year's event.
Rebeacah and Sean waltz over to KAM to talk with Julia Kelly, the museum's Marketing and Communication's Director.
Gus Wood, local activist and member of The North End Men's Breakfast Club joins Rebecah and Sean at WEFT Base One to fill us in on exactly what the organization is all about.
Don Elmore, the new director of the Illinois Small Business Development Center joins Rebecah and Sean at WEFT to talk big about doing business in C-U.
Lauren Van Osten joins Sean at WEFT to get the haps on this year's Hatch Festival put on by the fine folks at The I.D.E.A. Store.
Michelle (Polly Nator) & Brittany (another special guest) swoop through WEFT Base One to get us hyped for this year's installment of the always phenominal Insect Fear Film Festival.
Anthony Benjamin, owner/brewer of Triptych Brewery, joins the gang at WEFT Base One to share the story behind Triptych and their award-winning brews.
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