Angela braves the heat to take in the Juneteenth celebration, a holiday celebrating the final emancipation of enslaved people in the South after the Civil War.
Angela explored the mini parks of Champaign and discovered unique neighborhoods and spaces to visit.
Andrew ponders what happens when a Central Illinois brand goes under, and what that means for Champaign-Urbana.
Anisa talks with the women of The Beauty Bar hair salon.
Julie takes a behind the scenes look into the world of flowers with the owner of Fleurish.
The Give Back Garden in Champaign offers fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables to anyone who needs them.
The crisp air and sunshine made for a great day of running through Champaign-Urbana on Saturday for the Illinois Marathon.
Roxana talks to Jordan DeLuce, a Centennial High School junior who is helping to plan the annual event.
Sheena took in the 25th anniversary celebration of the Orpheum Children’s Science Museum on Friday night and heard their vision for the future.
The Champaign-Urbana community is coming together for the thirteenth year in a row in order to spend a day giving back to the environment and cleaning up the area.
Spring's winter weather didn't stop the C-U March for Our Lives event.
Nidhi talks with Lisa Bralts, Director of Content and Strategic Communications at Illinois Public Media, about her journey to Champaign, and how she found an interest in the intersection of food and sustainability and communication.
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