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Koplinski on the movies: Gone Girl's really good

Move critic Chuck Koplinski is all about "Gone Girl," a "mind-twister" that he really likes.

Who's That Illini? He built a dynasty

Illinois won it all in 1989 — thanks to this mover and shaker who still is Champaign.

MJ's minute: Oct. 1, 2014

Basketball beat writer Marcus Jackson on what’s next for Illinois after losing out on Texas prep star Jawun Evans.

This Week In Illini History: '83 football run picks up steam

We figured Mike White had something special going on when his Illini shut out Chuck Long and Iowa — and the fans stormed the field.

Getting Personal: Bill Gray

Bill Gray, public works director at City of Urbana, shows off his maps in his office in Urbana on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014.

WWI Sculpture: Don Molnar

Don Molnar, creator of the WWI sculpture talks about the meaning of his sculpture, which is in storage at the UI Printing Services building on Wednesday, September 24, 2014.

Daniels: Illini run defense exposed

Beat writer Matt Daniels gives a quick recap of Illinois' 45-14 loss at Nebraska

Pygmalion Festival 2014

Music fans, artists and vistors of all ages flock to the Pygmalion Festival in downtown Champaign on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. 

The Quarters

A walkthrough of a two-bedroom apartment on the top floor of The Quarters, 11 Columbia Ave., C. Built by Michael Markstahler and Janice Juraska, above-ground construction began on March 12, the building was opened for tenants on Aug. 27 and by Sept. 26, 24 of the 32 apartments had been rented. Rent, which ranges from $860 to $1,060, includes wi-fi, an MTD pass and Zipcar membership.

Fred Kroner's Week 5 Helmet Stickers

Executive sports editor Fred Kroner hands out helmet stickers to five players who had outstanding performances in Week 5 of the high school football season.