On the surface, "Mary's Wedding" is a minimalist version of World War I. It reflects that bloody horror with two actors in a mere 70 minutes.
C.U. Bands and Fans' Terry Brown chats with Michael Guido Esteves about Boom-Jam, held the second Monday of every month at Boomerangs Bar & Grill in Urbana:
What is Boom-Jam?
Never before has the phrase "Everything old is new again" been more prevalent at the movies than it is right now.
What do you do after the last firework fades this July 4th? Glad you asked ...
Former Krannert Art Museum director Josef Helfenstein is stepping down as director of the Menil Collection in Houston to return to his native Switzerland, where he will lead Kunstmuseum Basel.
Summer is, for obvious reasons, my favorite time to select recipes based on the freshest available ingredients.
The incredibly rainy start to our summer has resulted in a harvest of more fresh raspberries than I've ever experienced.
I'm not exaggerating when I say I've been picking them by the gallon in my parents' patch.
URBANA — The harp duo Lilac 94 will perform contemporary music at 8 tonight at [co][lab], 206 W. Main St., U.
URBANA — Perhaps the term "dream play" applies to "Mary's Wedding" both literally and figuratively.
The World War I drama, opening Thursday night at the Station Theatre, is presented as a dream Mary has the night before she is to marry her young soldier, Charlie.