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Who lives here? April 22, 2017

Each week on this page, The News-Gazette will show a screenshot of a home from a movie or TV show and ask readers, "Who lives here?" Email your guess of a character who resides there to wholiveshere@news-gazette.com, and we'll give a winner a shout-out on next week's page. Be sure to include your full name and town of residence.

Top of the Morning, April 21, 2017

For seven years, Derick Fabert's been telling us when we need a coat or an umbrella. But the WCIA chief meteorologist is hanging up his green screen.

Saturday's Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon coverage will be Fabert's last day on the job.

Entertainment listings, April 20-27, 2017

SPECIAL EVENTS

This weekend

AG DAY 2017

Ebertfest: Townsend says ISU naysayer was 'catalyst for my destiny'

Hear from Chaz Ebert Wednesday at 9 on WDWS.

CHAMPAIGN — If Robert Townsend would have listened to one of his Illinois State University theater professors, he might not be where he is today.

Look back: Highlights from Melissa Merli from the week that was

This old house is impressive

Ebertfest: Up close and personal with Norman Lear

Norman Lear might be one of the most famous "liberals" in the United States.

However, the television legend, who eschews labels in general, thinks of himself as "a bleeding-heart conservative."

Rich Warren: A few suggestions on device updates

Apple recently rolled out the penultimate upgrade/update of its iOS 10 operating system, 10.3.1. The final iteration will arrive later this spring.

Apple updates iPhones and iPads for all users, regardless of your cellphone service provider or your model.

However, Apple observes a five-year horizon for updates, meaning products older than five years cannot install new updates.

Ask 'Mimi,' April 16, 2017

How did the Nick Offerman fundraiser in early April go at Japan House?

It sold out in 20 minutes and was "incredibly successful," said Japan House assistant director Cynthia Voelkl. Many former UI students, including Offerman, who had studied Kabuki with Professor Shozo Sato at the UI, returned to see Sato's production of "Iago's Plot" at Krannert Center.

The Big 10, with Jeff D'Alessio, April 16, 2017

Sadly, the actors who portrayed Norman Lear's most famous sitcom characters — Archie and Edith, George and 'Weezy,' Fred Sanford and Aunt Esther — are no longer with us. So, in anticipation of Lear's trip here for Ebertfest 19, we turned to those who played other familiar characters from that golden age of TV, asking them: Which Lear creation made you laugh the longest and loudest?

Who lives here? April 15, 2017

Each week on this page, The News-Gazette will show a screenshot of a home from a movie or TV show and ask readers, "Who lives here?" Email your guess of a character who resides there to wholiveshere@news-gazette.com, and we'll give a winner a shout-out on next week's page. Be sure to include your full name and town of residence.

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