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Entertainment listings, Oct. 18-25, 2018

EVENTS

This weekend

HARVEST TO HOME

Business listings, Oct. 14, 2018

These applications for assumed business names were filed with the Champaign County clerk's office:

GG Advertising/Shopping Mall, 355 North Drive, #20, Rantoul, Rosie Green, same address.

K and S Group Daycare Home, 1203 Waters Edge Road, C, Elisa Ransom, same address.

KH Construction, 1910 Trout Valley Drive, C, Kyle Hallbeck, same address.

Entertainment listings, Oct. 11-18, 2018

EVENTSThis weekend

THE STORYBOOK BALL

Business listings, Oct. 7, 2018

These applications for assumed business names were filed with the Champaign County clerk's office:

Aerin Kim Photography, 408 E. Springfield Ave., Unit #106, C, Erin Kim, same address.

Art Nails, 907 W. Marketview Drive, C, Truc Sparks, 3112 Sharp Drive, C.

Design By Chance Paint On Canvas, 305 S. Anderson St., U, Sandra Steele, same address.

'Gateway into downtown': 520 Neil construction progressing

CHAMPAIGN — The five-story building going up just north of downtown Champaign is on schedule to open next June, its developer said.

Across the street from the post office — at 520 N. Neil St. — it will be the new home for local venture-capital firm Serra Ventures and a "third-wave" coffee shop to be named later.

Go figure, Oct. 5, 2018

$7,600,000,000

Net worth of Champaign resident and Urbana business owner SHAHID KHAN, according to Forbes magazine.

Entertainment listings, Oct. 4-11, 2018

EVENTSThis weekend

39TH ANNUAL HARVEST DAZE

Business listings, Sept. 30, 2018

These applications for assumed business names were filed with the Champaign County Clerk's Office:

CU Liquors Inc. dba Hollywood Liquors, 512 S. Neil St., Suite A, C, Ajay Patel, 1407 English Oak Drive, C.

Forever Healing, 1406 W. Beslin St., U, Heather Rose, same address.

Entertainment listings, Sept. 27-Oct. 4, 2018

EVENTS

This weekend

THE PYGMALION FESTIVAL

What:

UI trustees to review plan for expansion of research park

URBANA — A new master plan for the University of Illinois Research Park envisions an additional 1.5 million square feet of development over the next few decades, emphasizing "walkability" and more connections with the community.

The plan, already approved by the research park's board, will be reviewed Thursday by UI trustees and incorporated into the new campus master plan.

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