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The Historic Virginia Theatre in downtown Champaign is a public venue best known for hosting Roger Ebert's Film Festival, held annually in April. It features a variety of performances from community theatre with the Champaign Urbana Theatre Company, to post box-office showings of popular films, current artistic films, live musical performances (both orchestral and popular), and other types of shows.

Population: 75254
Local Newspapers: The News-Gazette Daily Illini
Local Sports Teams: University of Illinois Fighting Illini
Local Colleges: University of Illinois

Zip Codes associated with champaign, illinois: 61820 61821 61822
Towns/Cities near champaign, illinois : Urbana Danville Mahomet Rantoul St Joseph

Champaign News
Champaign District 2 candidates differ on priorities

The race for Champaign's District 2 city council seat pits a 32-year incumbent and pipe shop manager against the owner of a personal training business with a master's in social work. In one of two seats that will be contested in the April 4 consolidated election, veteran council member Michael La Due will face political newcomer Alicia Beck.

American Football Had Moved On, But 14 Years After Their Breakup, New Fans Demanded Them Back

American Football's self-titled, nine-track debut album has far more fans now than when it was released in '99. The band belongs to a class of emo and post-hardcore music that also counted Jimmy Eat World, At the Drive-In, Sunny Day Real Estate and Pedro the Lion as members.

Clergy corner, March 24, 2017

Long ago, a wise clergy member gave MOTHER BETH MAYNARD a few words of advice about how to survive the Sabbath, telling her that "every one hour of work takes two hours of effort out of you." "In my first few years as a priest, I arrived home so exhausted that I always took a nap after lunch, but I've grown used to the expenditure of energy now," says the veteran rector at Champaign's Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church.

Two vastly different points of view on ACA

As Kathleen Winters, of Urbana, mostly obscured, delivers a signed card to Rep. Rodney Davis's Champaign office staffer, her husband, Jeff Castle, standing in doorway, Loren Kirkwood, far right, of Urbana, and Meagan Glaser, far left, of Champaign, look on Thursday, March 23, 2017. A large group celebrated the seventh anniversary of the Affordable Care Act in front of Davis's office as they voiced concern for Davis's continued support of the American Health Care Act.

My Sunday: Beth Maynard

Mother Beth Maynard, rector at Emmanuel Memorial Episcopal Church in Champaign, reviews chants for the liturgy in the Lady Chapel at the church on Tuesday March 21, 2017. - I go downstairs and put on water to boil, and spoon some fair trade coffee from Common Ground into the French press.

Owner of World Harvest, Strawberry Fields merging his markets

Two familiar local brands will move into one space next month, when World Harvest becomes Strawberry Fields' next-door neighbor at 306 W. Springfield Ave., Urbana. The merger of the Champaign international food store and the Urbana natural foods store makes sense, their owner says, since many of Mohammad Al-Heeti's customers shop at both of his businesses, now separated by a little more than a mile.

Adobe wants to improve complex photo cutouts with deep learning software

Clipping a background out of an image is a time-consuming process, particularly with objects with fine details, but new research is bringing automatic clips via artificial intelligence. Clipping out objects from photos and videos is often a time-consuming process - but Adobe is looking for new ways to change that with deep learning software.

Champaign man accused of breaking into cars, stealing iPads

Dylan Jordan Henry, 20, who listed an address in the 1000 block of West Vine Street, was charged Monday with two counts of burglary. According to an Urbana police report, officers were called to the 500 block of Griggs in Urbana at 9 a.m. Aug. 16. The victim reported he left his Toyota Camry in a parking lot at 6:30 p.m. the night before.

Agencies that serve area seniors wary of Trump's budget

Agencies serving older adults in East Central Illinois don't see much to like in President Trump's budget proposal, but they're not hitting the panic button yet. Three big potential losers in the budget are RSVP, a program that matches senior volunteers who have time to give with agencies that need the help; meal programs for senior citizens; and the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.

7 people out of a home after Beardsley Ave. fire

CHAMPAIGN A fire that burned for just half an hour caused over $50,000 in damages and has left seven people without a home. Champaign fire personnel responded to the fire in the 500 block of West Beardsley Avenue at around 5:46 p.m. on Tuesday night.

Ita s our 37th annual Fermilab/WGN Tornado & Severe Storms Seminar and ...

It's our 37th annual Fermilab/WGN Tornado & Severe Storms Seminar and you're invited: Saturday April 8th at 12 Noon Our 37th annual Fermilab/WGN Tornado and Severe Storms Seminar is right around the corner and you're invited to join us! Our 2017 Fermilab seminar will take place at 12 noon, Saturday, April 8th in the Ramsey Auditorium which resides within Wilson Hall-the spectacular high-rise building which anchors the Fermilab National Accelerator complex in Batavia, IL. . Our program is free of charge and open to the public.

Fire reported in Champaign

According to a fire department report, flames were reported seen coming out of windows in a building in the 500 block of West Beardsley Avenue at 5:47 p.m. Tuesday. Two men, Paul Barnes and Stan Sallie, were doing mechanical work on a car across the street when they detected the fire.

Urbana mayoral candidates will consider looking within for next police chief

The two candidates for mayor of Urbana said they would consider internal candidates for a new police chief as part of a nationwide search. Democrat Diane Marlin and Republican Rex Bradfield are seeking the office, and the winner will be tasked with finding a new police chief after Pat Connolly announced this week that he was resigning to spend more time with family.

Police conducting active shooter drill at Parkland College on Friday

Champaign residents may notice an increase in police activity at Parkland College this Friday, but the College's police department says it will be part of a scheduled drill. From about 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. on March 24, the Parkland College Police Department will conduct active shooter drills on campus.

Man gets 10 years in 2015 sex assaults at Champaign nursing home

An Urbana man who participated in sex assaults on dementia patients at a Champaign nursing home in 2015 has been sentenced to a decade in prison. Trent Warren, 19, who listed an address in the 900 block of North Gregory Street, pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of attempted aggravated criminal sexual assault.

Bayer Opens Soybean Breeding and Trait Development Center In Illinois

BAYER OPENS SOYBEAN BREEDING AND TRAIT DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN ILLINOIS Mar. 21, 2017 BrownfieldAgNews reports: Bayer CropScience is expanding its investment in soybean research and development. Marc Hoobler, North American seed product manager for Bayer, says the company's new Soybean Breeding and Trait Development Center, which opened last week, will use modern breeding methods to push the limits of soybean yield potential.

NASA's Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot

The next rovers to explore another planet might bring along a scout. The Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot was inspired by origami.

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