Destihl’s beer wasn’t that good. It got the job done, but it wasn’t remarkable.
The cheese curds were.
It’s not every day that a huge corner commercial space is available in Downtown Champaign (we have like three, maybe four street corners of import). What’s more interesting than Destihl moving to southwest Champaign to be closer to the quasi-suburbs and Carle employees is what will fill that marquee space in Downtown Champaign.
But let the record show that the curds were good.
(Tim Mitchell / News-Gazette)
(Anna Casey / Illinois Public Media)
All the other (mostly) mediocre Big Ten football schools are doing it…
It’s almost as if beer makes bad football better.
Let’s get this money
Concert reviews are by-and-large very hard to pull off, but this one was pretty good.
(Erin Cady / Daily Illini)
Surely Matt Rush, Jerad Gale or Joe Ketchum had nothing to do with this story being published, right?
If you don’t recognize those names, Google them.
More like the Fighting Hunks amirite
This is wild!
(Noelle McGee / News-Gazette)
“School districts provide data — on topics such as enrollment, attendance and test scores — to the Illinois State Board of Education themselves, which it then uses for things like funding and state report cards. The information that Urbana had submitted to the state prior to this academic year was “erroneous and often very misleading,” interim Assistant Superintendent Jean Korder said, explaining the need for the expensive fixes.”
(Lyndsay Jones / News-Gazette)
“The fiscal year 2020 budget proposed today by Gov. J.B. Pritzker would increase appropriations for the University of Illinois System by nearly 5 percent, the system’s largest increase since fiscal 2001. The governor also recommended a $50 million increase for the Monetary Award Program (MAP), which provides financial aid to support Illinois students, including thousands across the three U of I universities.”