Nicole spoke with Pastor Al Toledo, co-lead pastor of Chicago Tabernacle and keynote speaker for the 2020 MLK Service of Celebration at Krannert Center.
Illinois Basketball has re-entered the top 25 for the first time in far too long. Will Leitch thought it was a great time to deliver his next Power Rankings article.
BEST week continues with a look at the people, places, events, and generally weird things that defined this decade in Culture.
This month, Tom hits the streets and asks a bunch of hard-working Chambana fire hydrants how they feel about winter.
Julie offers some suggestions for getting your local culture fix this month.
As the official holiday shopping season kicks off this weekend, Julie has some suggestions for making the most of your gift giving.
Nicole speaks with Carle Foundation Hospital Chaplain and Pastor Care Manager Phil McGarvey.
Nicole stopped by Soul Care Urban Retreat Center in Urbana and chatted with Soul Care founder Kelly Skinner about its mission, offerings, and the need for Soul Care across Champaign County.
Ingredients: One solar decathlon house, one innovative project for the School of Social Work, and two actors from the Station Theatre. Put them together and see what happens.
Another Halloween edition of A Building, A Feeling, and A Latrine. Can Tom survive the perils of Chambana??
Julie talks with City of Champaign Community Relations Specialist Mary Catherine Roberson about her work and of course, what's in her bag.
Nicole previews the upcoming "Cultivating Hope In Anxious Times" events by interviewing Reverend Michael Crosby, pastor of First Mennonite Church of Champaign-Urbana.
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.