“The World Goes ’Round” is an award-winning musical revue showcasing the songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb. Prairie Fire Theatre’s current staging in Westbrook Auditorium features five talented college-age singers eager for their turn in the spotlight.
BLOOMINGTON – The Mini — old and new — will get the spotlight June 3 during the 27th Champagne British Car Festival on the grounds of the David Davis Mansion State Historic Site in Bloomington.
“August: Osage County” which opened last weekend at Community Players, is a searing look into a family plagued by alcoholism, drug addiction, and cruelty, but somehow is also surprisingly funny at times (in a laughter through tears kind of way). This “gallows humor” prevails because of the p…
CARBONDALE — It was a video game that was almost never made, but "Rampage" launched into one of most popular arcade games of its time.
Making Americana great again: One of the Americana music scene's brightest lights, four-time Grammy-winner Jason Isbell, is returning to the area, this time via the Peoria Civic Center Theater, where he'll headline a big show this fall, at 8 p.m. Sept 13. Isbell will be there with his longti…
NORMAL — Food is more than just what's set before us on a table and then heartily consumed, all the better to sate our latest pangs of hunger.
In the beginning, there was real life.
If there are two names that embody the Twin Cities' lively home-grown music scene of the post-millennium era, Matthew Curry and Edward David Anderson are at the top of the list.
From Loopey to Beau, the dogs who've wagged their tails through James W. Bennett's life have been there for him when he needed them most.
Dukes of Earle: When Bloomington’s Castle Theatre revved up for its big first anniversary party in 2011, the birthday headliner was the legendary Steve Earle, along with his live band, The Dukes. It's taken another half-dozen birthdays, but Earle & The Dukes are headed back to the Castle…