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In order for a horror film to work, it's required that at certain points, its characters act ... without thinking? I don't want to use the word "stupid," as I surely don't know how I would behave if a horde of flesh-eating zombies were bearing down on me and I realized I just happened to forget to load my shotgun. Being under constant pressure causes us to do, well, stupid things.
CHAMPAIGN — As she rehearses the play "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress," Abby Gailey remains cognizant that it was written by a man about women.
C.U. Bands and Fans' Terry Brown chats with Dustin Danger:
Tell us about yourself: Where are you from? Where did your talent in music come from? How long have you played in this area?
Boldly going where plenty have gone before — to rank the best 'Star Trek' movies ever.
URBANA — The 164th annual Champaign County Fair is doing a few new things this year, among them a fundraiser tonight before the fair officially opens Friday.
CHAMPAIGN — An attorney's dream to honor his late wife has been entertaining and educating area children for half a century.
This month marks the 50th birthday of the Champaign Park District's Prairie Farm, a replica turn-of-the-century farm complete with a farmhouse, barn, pond, flower garden, wandering paths, big shade trees and a pasture.
Themed "blue jeans and country dreams," the 86th Farmer City/Dewitt County Fair kicks off today.
The five-day fair is dedicated to Darlene Maiden, who worked for the fair board for more than 40 years. Before tonight's pageant, there will be a special recognition for Maiden, who passed away in May 2015.