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It's starting to green up; almost time to hatch some chicks
Last night Sheeva stayed out all night. Again.
But my cat was glad enough to come in when she heard me go to the basement to pour food into her dish.
I saw her at the window and opened it. The damp air spilled down into the basement, but wasn't too cold.
In a move that defied the oddsmakers, I got hit on the other night. Not with fists, but emotions.
There's a new "girl singer" in town, and she's really good.
Kate Paradise, an instructor of jazz vocals at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., is here through the end of this semester, working on a University of Illinois doctoral of musical arts degree in jazz vocals.
By THOMAS BRUCH
Jessie Bushman's back grazes the top rope of the ring, making it vibrate gently in contrast to the violence all around. Her hands, mummy-wrapped and fitted with two red gloves, are pinned to her abdomen. She's trying to breathe.
Studio Visit appears in Sunday editions of The News-Gazette. Here, a visit with musician and teacher Kevin Hart.
Getting Personal is an email Q&A with a local personality. Here, a chat with 60-year-old Savoy resident Larry Fredrickson. The WDWS-WHMS-WUIL radio employee develops marketing plans for advertising clients and plays drums in the Tons O' Fun Band.
URBANA — The new documentary, "Mannie Jackson: From Boxcar to Boardrooms," will air at 8:30 p.m. Monday on the Big Ten Network.
By JESSICA BOURQUE
URBANA — On a Saturday night at Stone Creek Church in Urbana, a crowd of French-speaking African immigrants, mainly Congolese, are lifting their hands, squinting their eyes and crying out in sporadic fits of praise. The whole congregation seems to be under the spell of the holy spirit.
Or maybe it's just their pastor.
PAXTON — A Paxton woman is asking people to donate their used prom dresses so they can be rented or sold at a low cost to local teenagers who might otherwise not be able to afford them.
URBANA — An urban fashion trend has taken hold among NBA stars, reminiscent of a certain '90s sitcom nerd.
Call it "Urkel" style. Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James are sporting suspenders, cardigans, bow ties, even huge glasses.