Sara talks with Ainslie Heinlich, Odd Fellow and organizer of the Odd Market, coming up this Saturday.
Doesn't every office need a robot? Julie learns about this creative collaboration between Surface 51 and Taylor Studios.
Julie takes a behind the scenes look into the world of flowers with the owner of Fleurish.
Emilio chats with Dean Rose, a blacksmith who works in East Urbana.
The best technologies are indispensable and timeless. Emilio visited the Lincoln Bookbindery in Urbana and discussed the tools and techniques they use to create books that are both fine examples of utilitarian craftsmanship and beautiful works of art.
The 6th annual Art of Science gallery opened this past Thursday evening, giving the community an opportunity to view real images of scientific works in a brand new light.
Who is Mike Renaud? Well, you have a chance to learn more, as he'll be teamed up with Pixo for a creative design panel on Thursday for Pygmalion Tech.
For those of you who are beer enthusiasts, we took a trip over to the Blind Pig Brewery to learn how these brewers craft grains into delicious tasting beer, and the tech behind the process.
U of I is helping to lead the way in underwater robotics, a field of study that is cleaning up our oceans and creating a safer, better planet.
Ashley sat down with the brains behind MakerGirl to discuss C-U girls making cool stuff and learning lifelong technology skills in the process.
Urbana artist Eszter Sápi talks about the tech that makes her work on nationalism, belonging, and folktales possible.
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.