Fatima stops by Green Street's Burrito King.
In order to prep us for their Canopy show next week, Katie chats with Joe Hertler about how he and his Rainbow Seekers do everything from making stories into songs to dressing up like pterodactyls, and much more.
Rebecca previews Wilderness, a docu-play by En Garde Arts that will play for one night only at Krannert next Tuesday.
Rebecca finally weighs in on the book of the quarter: local authors’ Damian Duffy and John Jennings adaptation of Octavia E. Butler’s Kindred.
"The change you throw in the tip jar — regardless of what business it's in — is helping someone to buy groceries or pay for their kid's daycare." Read more about a local barista who wanted to be a werewolf when she grew up.
Allison interviews director Latrelle Bright about the upcoming performance of Sleep Deprivation Chamber.
Rebecca visited locally owned barbecue joint Wood N Hog to try tasty ribs and tender turkey tips.
Chris sits down with James Kilgore, locally-based author and scholar, about mass incarceration, especially in Champaign County.
A full weekend at the IMC and some folk jams at Rose Bowl make for a fun time in Urbana this week. Find that and much more for your week of shows within.