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CHAMPAIGN — Many Americans, particularly African-Americans, find the plantation a painful and polarizing subject.
Godfrey Cheshire's documentary, "Moving Midway," examines the Southern plantation and its mythologies by focusing on the move of his ancestral plantation home from an encroaching development on the outskirts of Raleigh, N.C., to a rural area.
CHAMPAIGN — Before the 2003 Ebertfest, Daniel and Janet Weber had dated on and off for about four years.
But by the time the festival rolled around, Daniel knew he wanted to propose to Janet.
CHAMPAIGN — "The End of the Tour" star Jason Segel was escorted by Chaz Ebert into the Virginia Theatre on Thursday night, greeting fans along the way with a warm smile.
Choosing not to take the stage before the showing of his film, Segel instead gave "Tour" director James Ponsoldt center stage.
In December 2001, Christian Longo murdered his wife and three children.