Sunday highlights

Sunday highlights

Stories from Sunday's News-Gazette, in case you missed them.

Jim Dey's column focused on James Kilgore, the last  member of the Symbionese Liberation Army to be captured who now teaches at the University of Illinois and is involved in the county's jail task force and discussions of criminal justice generally.
Patrick Wade writes about the challenges of the vertical growth happening in Champaign.
Tom Kacich's column looked at whether local Democrats will carry a feud forward after this spring's primary election for state representative. 
Melissa Merli's Studio Visit is with actor/director Dawn McDaniel, one of many people who leave Champaign-Urbana but return some years later.

Paul Wood's Getting Personal features writer Mike Coulter.

Richard J. Leskosky notes that it's the rare time you're telling the truth when you say you're going to see a film.

Melissa "Mimi" Merli answers questions, fills us in on what shows she wants to hit this week and on three places she went last week. And in her Art Beat column, she tells us about a mural planned in honor of Chef Ra.

Don Dodson's "It's Your Business" says Layalina Mediterranean Grill is back after a fire in November. 

Loren Tate says a fresh start can be a good thing, Marcus Jackson covered the Illinois win over Penn State (and the road trip by the Orange Krush). 

And Bob Asmussen talks with Ron Zook, who's headed north to work with the Green Bay Packers.

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