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Boy, Parmalee sure is having fun. You can tell by the hot country-rock band’s Twitter feed.
CHAMPAIGN — REO Speedwagon will return to its hometown with a Nov. 9 concert at the Virginia Theatre.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 3 at the Virginia box office, online at TheVirginia.org or by phone at 217-356-9063.
Prices are $59.50, $79.50 and $99.50.
C.U. Bands and Fans' Terry Brown chats with Sara Siders-Hall of Upshot.
Cabriolets, Roadsters, all-weather tourer, spider or spyder, soft top, drop top, drophead coupe or rag top, the variety of names for the convertible doesn't do justice to the emotion the open-air vehicle creates.
"Something about driving with the top down," said Chris Mechling, who drives her 1961 Corvette convertible every Friday.
And it isn't a car for the introverted.
Nima Nourizadeh's "American Ultra" isn't necessarily a bad movie as much as it's a production made with a script that needed another rewrite.