Kingfisher Kayaking is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing affordable kayak rentals and conservation education to East Central Illinois.
"Over the course of the last year, with the pandemic, one of the things that has become really clear is the extent to which racism impacts people's health and the public’s health."
As spring blooms in Champaign-Urbana, many of us are grieving the many losses of this past year.
After forging a relatively clear path to a second term as Mayor of Urbana, Diane Marlin looks back at the accomplishments of the last four years and ahead to the future of Urbana.
Karma Trade is a zero-waste swap service that prevents you from experiencing closet boredom while still being kind to the planet.
The sitting councilwoman of District 1 faces her first electoral challenge yet at the polls tomorrow, and if she wins, she's ready to affect change, and stop (most of) her colleagues from just paying lip service to the issues facing Champaign.
"My time in our schools cemented my motivation to engage in meaningful change in our school system and to advocate for families that felt unwelcomed, excluded, or underserved."
Jaclyn asks three people from the C-U community about what has surprised them over the past year and where we go from here.
We spent some time at this past weekend's Beckman Institute Open House and review a few things.
Sandra Ahten is a progressive candidate challenging long time incumbent school board member John Dimit.
Tom is preparing himself physically and mentally for life after the pandemic, and he wants to help you do it too.
A year after the pandemic first changed our lives, Orphans Treasure Box bookstore is finding ways to pivot and move on with renewed purpose.
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.