Debra shares her review of opening night at Champaign-Urbana Ballet's annual winter treat, The Nutcracker.
Michaela checks out An Evening with Nnedi Okorafor and learns how Okorafor was inspired to weave her experiences of growing up in the United States and Nigeria into her award-winning works.
Michaela checks out "Cover the Waterfront" and gets a peek into the life of the works' protagonist.
Michaela attended the Ninth Letter celebration and heard selections of poetry, short fiction, and a lyric essay.
Colson Whitehead visited Champaign Public Library last night, and it was wonderful.
Chloe interviews Dr. Sandra Ruiz, curator and Assistant Professor of Latina/Latino Studies and English about Erica Gressman’s residency at La Estación Gallery and her performance at the Krannert Art Museum.
Chloe chats with Rebecca Ferrell, Flatlands Dance Film Festival curator, about this year’s program.
Julie speaks with director Mathew Green about Sweat, which opens tonight at The Station Theatre.
John takes a look at the latest film series offering at the Art Theater, featuring subjects that are close to home.
Angela discusses Urbana's Open Scene, Open Mic.
John reviews the play The Aliens, which looks at the way we make friends and how our friends shape our lives.
John checks out Buyer & Cellar, which looks at the power that fantasy holds over us all, famous and otherwise.
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