Film review: 'The Final Year,' a look back at Obama's foreign policy efforts, may lack revelatory fly-on-the-wall moments, but it's still enough to send Trump opponents into tears of regret
Book Review: The focus is on the growth of the characters in Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child's latest thriller, "City of Endless Night."
It's not easy to put a label on “A Man and His Prostate,” Ed Asner's one-man show. There's plenty of humor, but it's not quite a comedy. It's filled with facts, yet it's not a public service announcement. There are deep and moving moments of a long, happy relationship, but calling it a love story is certainly not correct. In truth, this play is all of those things, wrapped up as a fireside chat with your favorite uncle.
Book Review: Neil Olson's "The Black Painting" is a riveting psychological thriller, a serious dissection of a dysfunctional family and an exploration of the power of art to change lives.
Book Review: Author Karen Ellis employs multiple points of view in "A Map of the Dark"
Preeminent rock band Foo Fighters brought their "Concrete and Gold Tour" to the heart of the Land of Lincoln, appearing Wednesday night at the State Farm Center in Champaign. With a history of more than two decades, the Foos carry a deep catalog of songs, and this show proved that they're out to make sure their fans walk away happy.