The Cory Monteith that most Americans knew wasn't Cory Monteith at all. It was Finn Hudson, the high school football star turned "Glee" club member, whose singing talents were discovered in the shower during the musical comedy's pilot episode on Fox TV.
What do a reanimated deviant surgeon, a cannibalistic serial killer and a demon-plagued, vomit-spattered priest have in common? They're all characters in camp stage musicals inspired by horror films — and they're all played by the same classically trained opera singer.
Thursday marks the return of the Champaign County Freedom Celebration on the University of Illinois' Urbana campus.
After a month of weather delays, Urbana’s new Crystal Lake Family Aquatic Center is opening Thursday.
Paula Deen's contract with The Food Network expires at the end of June — and it won't be renewed.
Man of Steel, the latest Superman movie, opens in theaters across the country. Much of the film was shot in Chicago, but some folks in the real city of Metropolis, Illinois may take issue with that.
This spring, more than in any recent year, the 2012-2013 Broadway season accelerated toward its conclusion: Nineteen productions opened between the beginning of March and April 25, the cut-off date for Tony eligibility. And many of those shows raised their curtains in the final two weeks of the season.
Doctor Who star Matt Smith is to leave his role as the Doctor at the end of this year, the BBC has announced.
Research shows that prime-time television isn't a bad place to find portrayals of working women. Working moms and working women over 40 are another story.
It's 9:30 p.m. on a Friday night, and Bassem Youssef's show is on TV screens at cafes throughout downtown Cairo.