Each week, The News-Gazette will show a screen shot of a home from a movie or TV show and ask readers, "Who lives here?"
By Andrew Howie/For The News-Gazette
Ah, fall. Summer fades away and the world cools down and gets ready for winter. The parties become memories, the light runs away earlier each day.
But in the midst of all the letdown, this weekend's Shoe Fest gives us, in their words "one more dance before summer turns to fall."
Krannert Art Museum will be taking a hard look at war starting Friday.
"After the Front Line: Artists Who Served in the World Wars" runs through Dec. 23 at the museum, 500 E. Peabody Drive, C.
Find out what else is going on at Krannert this year Thursday at 4:20 on WDWS.
CHAMPAIGN — Dial M for movies this year when five of Alfred Hitchcock's classics dominate the 2014-2015 News-Gazette Film Series at the Virginia Theater. Hitchcock's movies are right in time for Halloween, running Oct. 27-31.
Even scarier, Don Knotts confronts a haunted pipe organ in 1966's "The Ghost and Mr. Chicken."
Could the widespread usage and acceptance of Viagra be somehow linked to the spate of action films with heroes over 60 years old in the last decade?
The vinyl romance continues spinning. Two reader emails inquired about disposing of turntables and LPs. We tracked a turntable question recently. A new one: "I have a Technics Quartz D.D automatic SL-5310 that I will probably never use again and was wondering if I should sell it and what to ask for it?
This week, Paul Wood chats with Tim Nordwind (bass guitar and vocals) of OK Go. You know, the band with the supercool videos. The band performs Sept. 13 at the Canopy Club, 708 S. Goodwin Ave., U. “Hungry Ghosts,” coming out in October, is the first studio album in several years.