While your mind is likely made up — some words about the importance of the Unit 4 Referendum, those Chicago Cubs, and the incoming of Hamilton Walker's.
Boswell finds it hard to find solace with all the insane things happening in the world right not, but by his last thing, finds a little room for hope.
Boswell takes a look at recent events, both national and local, that have taken a toll on the Champaign-Urbana community, and takes a look both at history on the matter and a future of hopeful healing.
For this week's edition of Three Things, Boswell looks at more bad news for Illini football, Loren Tate's latest column and Harriet Tubman being placed on the $20 bill.
Boswell discusses a Bed & Breakfast outside Paxton, marijuana in Urbana, and Governor Rauner's visit to Seniors at LeRoy High School.
While there are plenty of reasons to admire some of the writing our local daily puts out, an ugly trend keeps rearing its ugly head. What they published Friday about the toxicology report regarding Cristian Zamora was absolutely disgraceful.
There's a couple of simple reasons why Seth decided to vote for Don on Tuesday. They are indicative of the small cities in which we all reside.
No, she shouldn't resign from the school board — that's too much. Just the presidency.
Whether or not a teacher bringing a priest into a public school for Ash Wednesday is legal or not, Seth owns up to his shortcomings and challenges those who pray to do it like Jesus asked them to. Also, a note on the nature of punishment, and forgiveness.
A dramatic overture for better race relations, along with minced lamb, and a reminder that you generally aren't just as talented as you think you are.
If the community of Green Bay can own and manage an NFL franchise, we can do the same with a multi-use facility designed for all kinds of sports teams. Also, someone open a Chicago-style joint in town, and leave the SPAM out of public schools, please?
Take the weekend to consider just what sort of community you'd like to live in. And for all that is good in this world, have a meal at Layalina on Springfield and 1st. It's just the best.
Our Opinion section seeks thoughtful, engaged, community writers to further perpetuate discussion about everything that makes Champaign-Urbana interesting and important. Click Contribute above to inquire further.