With Lodgic Everyday Community's opening day getting closer, we had a sneak peek of the restaurant, workspace, and more.
August was relatively quiet on the weather front; not too warm, and not too stormy. Andrew recaps an August that was pretty close to average, and previews what could be a warm, and soggy September.
July had all the makings of another hot and stormy month, but the script was flipped mid-month and we were treated to an autumn preview instead.
Gillian, a resident of C-U who also identifies as someone with a developmental disability, speaks with Adani Sanchez. This is the first in her series of interviews of local people who are helping to build a better, more inclusive Champaign-Urbana.
Julie gets a behind the scenes look at the work of Landscaping Recycling Center.
Sara sat down with Rae Spooner to talk about the 2nd annual Ride for Ray benefiting ALS and MDA.
Megan browses the latest exhibit at the Museum of the Grand Prairie, which takes a look at the year 1968.
Nicole visits with MiniVisits, an organization that raises and trains miniature horses for therapy.
With the summer temperatures of late, we may have forgotten how miserable we were in April. Andrew gives us a recap of the first full month of spring, that was really still winter.
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