It was raining cellists in the Foellinger Great Hall last week.
38 Special will rock Danville Saturday with hits like "Hold On Loosely," "Caught Up in You" and "If I'd Been the One."
The great thing about the Coen brothers' films is that they not only entertain but challenge their audience, something wholly unique and altogether welcome where today's American movies are concerned.
Valentine's Day? Not on my list of holiday faves. But it does have its perks ...
If you, like some of my News-Gazette colleagues, have noticed some glaring omissions among my movie favorites, you're not alone.
DVDs and Blu-ray digital discs compromise video quality and it is imperative we return to the grooved RCA Selectavision videodiscs from the 1980s. A second best fallback would be analog Laservision discs. Although they lacked grooves, they were tried-and-true analog. Any person can see that their video quality surpassed these tiny silver DVDs with their digital compression.
C.U. Bands and Fans' Terry Brown chats with The Southern Transfer Band bass player JON FOLEY:
You have recently been playing with The Southern Transfer Band; where does your history in music come from?
The Portraits Project and the Illini 4000 will show a collection of documentary-style photographs of people who have had experiences with cancer at [co][lab], 206 W. Main St., U, with the opening reception at 5 p.m. Friday.