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Ben Folds visiting the Canopy Club
Pianist Ben Folds, with vocalist Kadhja Bonet, will perform Saturday night at The Canopy Club in Urbana.
The show is sold out, but VIP tickets are available.
What: Presented by the Save the Lorraine Foundation. Limited to 12 teams of up to five people; come alone and join a smaller team. Free theater popcorn, cookies and a small bottled water or soda. Winning team members receive refund of entry fee, and a door prize will also be awarded.
On Mondays, our award-winning photographers tell their stories. This week: Rick Danzl:
There are many interesting places to see and photograph behind the scenes at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.
URBANA — Local amateur photographers come into focus every February in the Best in Show Photographic Print Competition, the largest of its kind in the area.
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The research behind the concert
Sinfonia da Camera's concert on Saturday at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana was influenced by market research the chamber orchestra conducted with two University of Illinois MBA student groups.
DARE TO DREAM, DREAM TO BUILD
What: Fundraising gala of Habitat for Humanity and the Home Builders Association of East Central Illinois includes appetizers, dinner and drinks, live and silent auctions. All proceeds go to supporting local homebuilding and neighborhood revitalization projects in Champaign County.
Lara Orr, 37, of Urbana describes herself as a maker who works primarily with textiles and printmaking through her business, Same Street textiles and scrap yard. She is also the community-involvement coordinator for Yankee Ridge and Wiley elementary schools in Urbana.
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Latest PechaKucha Night scheduled
Ten members of the creative class will give timed presentations at PechaKucha Night Champaign-Urbana Volume 23 on Saturday at the Virginia Theatre, 203 W. Park Ave., C.
Each week, staff writer Melissa Merli answers three art-and-entertainment questions.
What is Chicago-based Kartemquin Films up to lately?