It's time for a game of ... WHO LIVES HERE?
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?"
The first person to email email@example.com with a person who resides in the featured house will get a shout-out in next week's section.
URBANA — Nathan Gunn will start an artist-in-residence position next month at Notre Dame. That doesn't mean he won't be at Illinois any more.
The acclaimed baritone was at his Krannert Center for Performing Arts office on Friday, preparing for the start of the school year as general director of Lyric Theatre @ Illinois.
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This week, Paul Wood chats with Cole Rabenort of the Fights, which also includes Clayton Deering, Nicholas Stine, David Pride and Joe Gerard. They've just released "Off Your Horse" on Parasol Records.
Tell us about "Off Your Horse," your first full-length album.
After 30 years of making art, Annatjie Els is doing her first art fair, the Taste of Champaign-Urbana.
The Champaign woman trained as a lawyer in her native South Africa but took an Urbana Park District watercolor class about 30 years ago.
The artist is now making the leap to showing and selling her own watercolors.
2014 ACE Awards
CHAMPAIGN — Nominations are being accepted at http://www.40north.org for the 2014 ACE Awards. The deadline for submitting nominations is midnight Sept. 8.