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MAHOMET — Organizers of the Sangamon River Music Festival have booked a group of up-and-coming Christian artists for this year's event, set for Aug. 22-23 in downtown Mahomet.
Citizen Way will perform in downtown Mahomet at noon on Saturday, August 23 — the time slot traditionally reserved for contemporary Christian acts at the festival.
Take advantage of Murfie's law. No, not the Mr. Murphy who causes mishaps, but Murfie from Madison, Wis. The Murfie folks read a recent column about transferring digital media and contacted us about their eagerness to help.
Murfie transfers your personal, commercially released audio CDs to the cloud, AKA that big computer server in the sky.
There's a new home for the WCIA Channel 3 Creative Construction by Design Home & Garden Expo on Saturday and Sunday.
The new location is at the Fluid Events Center, formerly Hundman Lumber, at 601 N. Country Fair Drive, C, just north of the Church Street intersection.
CHAMPAIGN — Good news for fans of "Peanuts": The musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" opens tonight at the Parkland Theatre for a four-performance run.
Stefanie Senior, who is directing for the Champaign Urbana Theatre Company, said the two-act musical brings to life the famed comic strip by Charles Schulz.
Between March 9 and March 14, I went from a famous French operetta, "Orpheus in the Underworld," by Jacques Offenbach, to W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's masterpiece of English operetta, "The Mikado." Was there something in the water or the air responsible for this onrush of the light, lyrical mood?
It's tempting to say that if you've seen one Wes Anderson film, you've seen them all, an ironic comment that I can't help but think the director would appreciate.