If you live in Illinois or Missouri long enough, you will see a tornado eventually. That being said I highly doubt you've seen a twister that seemed to give birth to a rainbow like one did in Illinois this week.
It has been a stormy past couple of days in the Midwest with numerous wind events and even some tornadoes being reported. That continued Monday morning when video of a twister was shared as it churned through a field near Champaign, Illinois.
I've heard about a lot of urban legends in Illinois over the years, but have never come across this one - until now. The claim is that there is a network of secret tunnels under the University of Illinois that also houses a top-secret United States government computer.
Excuse me while I roll my eyes just a little bit. A national site is claiming that a certain Illinois city is the most underrated in the state and I'm in a moderate condition of disbelief. Let's see if you agree.
It's moments like this that make me question whether the benefits of social media are worth the trouble it sometimes causes. A new viral door-kicking challenge has now arrived in Illinois with numerous reports of damaged caused by it.
If you really want to see Garth Brooks in concert during his world tour, but were unable to get tickets to his April 29th show in Champaign when they went on-sale on March 10th, you were probably really happy when he announced a 2nd show for the 28th...
There have been several deaths in the music world of late. The one hitting home is the recent death of Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White.
First, a little background: growing up I was a musical dork.
Don't you hate when you run into someone and you think "I know this person?" What makes it worse is when the other person thinks they know you too.
This scenario presented itself on a recent trip I took to Evansville, IN.