Book sales at the Independent Media Center in Urbana will be hosted this Saturday and Sunday, with the proceeds going toward UC Books for Prisoners, a local organization that makes a statewide impact.
Julie offers both tame and spine-tingling suggestions for your October.
Rae Spooner is sharing the story of her husband Ray's last days for a Compassion & Choices seminar next month.
End of line, dear readers! After over 100 entries, Year of the Park comes to a close. Read on to learn what Publisher Seth Fein thinks are the Top 20 Best Parks in Champaign-Urbana.
As we begin to unpack the parks that really have some value, we can be reminded that we are blessed with all that we have, and forget about all that we don't. At least for the moment.
Julie offer festival-goers a few suggestions for September.
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.
Tom went to the YMCA charity Dump & Run, an unparalleled bazaar of objects each more fascinating and beautiful than the last. Here's the best stuff he saw, but didn't actually purchase while there.
Middlefork Forest Preserve is host to Illinois' only Dark Sky Park, which makes this particular spot in Champaign County unique. But that is hardly the only amenity that this beautiful preserve has to offer.
Three time Paralympic medalist Nichole Millage reflects on the end of her sitting volleyball career, and looks ahead to the games in Tokyo.
Cope brings Abecedarian Amble back with the letter Q, taking her on a quilting journey from C-U to Chicago.
Julie has some suggestions for rounding out your summer in C-U.
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