Studio Visit appears first in print, in Sunday editions of The News-Gazette. Here, Melissa Merli visits with musician Dean Karres. In the March 18 newspaper, we'll have a studio visit with singer Sherrika Ellison.
Q: Why do you like Irish and Celtic music so much?
The Hinds Community College Choir of Utica, Miss., will make stops in Champaign, Urbana and Danville this week while on its annual Midwest Choir Tour.
The choir, directed by Bobby G. Cooper, a University of Illinois alumnus, is traveling with the Jubilee Singers, the men's chorus at Hinds, one of the historically black colleges that have performed nationally and internationally.
Studio Visit appears first in print, in Sunday editions of The News-Gazette.
SPRINGFIELD — Want to sample a vast array of foods from Illinois?
You'll get a chance this weekend at the Illinois Products Expo, scheduled Saturday and Sunday in the Orr Building on the Illinois State Fairgrounds.
Fifty-four Illinois food companies — including six from East Central Illinois — will give away samples of their products at the expo, now in its 14th year.
DANVILLE — The Danville Art League will have an open house and opening reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at its headquarters at 320 N. Franklin St., Danville.
CHAMPAIGN — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton praised it. Filmmaker Michael Moore wants everyone in America to see it. Variety calls it first-rate.
CHAMPAIGN — Central High School's jazz band has been selected to participate in the Essentially Ellington Competition and Festival from May 4-6 in New York, N.Y..
It's one of 15 high school bands from around the country chosen to participate.