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This week: Nothing elevates top-notch entertainment to fave status like a heart-pounding conclusion.
Ask any sports fan (like myself), and they'll tell you: Shutouts are spellbinding, and blowouts are a blast — but there's nothing like the thrill of a fantastic finish.
BALDWIN ASYLUM HAUNTED HOUSE
What: Baldwin Asylum was ranked among the top 10 haunted houses by HauntedIllinois.com and was voted Visitors' Favorite Haunt. With over 10,000 square feet of terror, it is a terrifying adventure for those who love to be scared. Recommended for ages 13 and up.
During the fall of 1996, historian Deborah Lipstadt took on a long, arduous and unenviable task, one that would last four years, cost her and her publisher Penguin Books UK millions of dollars in attorney fees and challenge the notions of free speech.
Champaign Public Library
Main library, 200 W. Green St.
Douglass Branch, 504 E. Grove St.
At 2 p.m. today at the main library, the New York City—based Dimitrije Vasiljevic Quartet will perform as part of the C-U Jazz Festival.
Once again, The News-Gazette Film Series celebrates October with an Alfred Hitchcock retrospective — "5 Nights of Hitch" at the Virginia Theatre in downtown Champaign on Oct. 23-26 and 28 at 7 each evening.
Did Janice Harrington have another book published recently?
Yes, the talented poet/University of Illlinois creative writing professor's latest is a book of poetry inspired by the life and art of Horace Pippin, known in the 1930s and '40s for depicting African-American life.
CHAMPAIGN — A documentary about a World War II disaster at sea that features local survivors will be shown at 7 p.m. Oct. 22 at the Virginia Theatre, 203 W. Park Ave., C.
Admission is free for veterans and service members, and University of Illinois ROTC program members will attend.