'Randy and Mr. Lahey Live'
"Randy and Mr. Lahey Live," based on the hit TV show "The Trailer Park Boys," will be presented next Sunday night at Vintage Villains, 126 N. Vermilion St., Danville.
In anticipation of the 33rd Annual Insect Fear Film Festival, which they will host Saturday on the UI campus, this week's column is written by three members of the Entomology Graduate Student Association: Joshua Gibson, Todd Johnson, and Tanya Josek
Fans of "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" generally fall into two opposing camps, and you might not expect either to associate with Shakespeare scholars. But all three groups can find common ground for enjoyment in this month's News-Gazette Film Series offering, "Forbidden Planet," which will screen at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday at the Virginia Theatre in downtown Champaign.
Did you watch the Grammy Awards?
I usually don't but did this year. It had some great performances: the "Hamilton" cast; Kendrick Lamar's "The Blacker The Berry" and "Alright"; Lady Gaga's Bowie tribute; and Alabama Shakes (above), who actually perform music of substance. I deeply regret not going to their March 18 concert at the Virginia Theatre.
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Hail to the Chief we wish was more like in the movies ...
Thanks to the peculiarities of our modern calendar, February has become the month of odd observances — from groundhogs and valentines to Leap Day and Mardi Gras (at least this year anyway).
Upon its release, Laszlo Nemes' "Son of Saul" was the focus of much controversy from critics and viewers alike.
There are some movies that never cease to engage me, and John Huston's gripping adventure ranks right up there, propelled not simply by a riveting story but also by its three outstanding leads. Based on the novel by B.
Upcoming UI performances
The University of Illinois Chamber Singers and Webern Kammerchor (right), a university choir from Vienna, Austria, will perform with the chamber orchestra Sinfonia da Camera at 7:30 p.m. next Sunday in Krannert Center's Great Hall.