Rithika chats with Sha'Tyra Hawkins about her creative idea of bringing the theater experience to personal homes through Chambana Backyard Movies.
Beads N Botanicals owner, Catherine Novak, talked to Jaclyn about tarot and spiritual seeking during a pandemic, what to look for in a professional reader/intuitive guide, and what Novak and her team are doing to provide a safe experience for customers right now.
Kim Bryan turned personal pain into community action through her organization Rattle the Stars.
Champaign-Urbana seems an unlikely hub for this offbeat movement education system, but the Alexander Technique has thrived in our community for decades — and we're better for it.
High school band students are getting ready to take the field for the first time in two years. Two drumline members and a band director talk about the marching band culture behind every incredible performance.
Julie has some suggestions for rounding out your summer in C-U.
After months of virtual open mic nights, CU Broad Comedy is live and in person with their inclusive brand of comedy.
Champaign Freedom School is helping students reach their potential, while empowering them to help their community.
Rithika spoke Valerie Koress, the Community Nutrition Program Coordinator at CUPHD, about some of the overlooked but invaluable resources provided by her division.
Alyssa reviews Revenge of the Cabin, a haunted escape room at CU Adventures in Time & Space — no spoilers.
"It's a place for everyone to go where they feel safe, where they feel welcome."
"Equitable education needs to always be on our minds when making decisions."
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