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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT: The new columnists have arrived! From viral YouTube videos to reviews on classic and new books, films and comedic acts, our columnists have a lot in store for our wicked October issues! Also, A&E’s first installment of its new lit section will include Katie Gamble’s spooky short story, “Henry says Happy Halloween.” FOOD & DRINK: Hungry for some good eats? The Food & Drink section at readbuzz.com has you covered.
MOVIES & TV: Check out a review of Riddick and an all-new edition of Hidden Gems at
COMMUNITY: Having trouble surviving family roadtrips? Check out Kirby Gamsby’s new column for tips on how to make it out alive.
MUSIC: Check out recaps and photos from all three days of last weekend’s Pygmalion Music Festival, featuring Major Lazer, Youth Lagoon, The Head and The Heart and more!
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If you’re a longtime reader of buzz, you may already be aware of what I’m about to tell you. You may have been waiting around since last November for this month to make your voice heard. Maybe you’re new here and you just caught a glimpse of the ballot in Tuesday’s The Daily Illini. Maybe you consider yourself the most happening, all-knowing, local genius who knows the best places in town to find whatever it is you crave. Maybe you just really like voting on stuff and having your opinions heard. Whatever the case, get pumped because it’s October, and that means “Best of CU” voting is now open! For the uninitiated, Best of CU is the yearly issue in which we let our readers vote on the content. For the first half of October, we collect votes from readers on the best that Champaign-Urbana has to offer in the areas of “Community,” “Entertainment” and “Dining.” Then we tally the votes and write about the winners, making for a comprehensive look at the diverse and ever-evolving culture in the area. Best of CU has something for everybody, whether you’re looking for the best place in town to see a movie, catch a concert or grab a taco. That’s not all, either. The categories can get pretty specific. Longtime community members and college students alike can find their favorite locations. But it’s also a good place to look for new places to explore. There are always burgers to be tried, cocktails to be sipped and venues to be seen. Last year, Best of CU also included larger editorial input, and that’s not going to change. We like to use it as an opportunity to highlight some of our personal favorites in these areas (as well as others), allowing for an even more detailed look at some lesser-known gems, miscellaneous categories and trivial tidbits about the goings on in our twin cities. The design, layout and size of the magazine change to give readers and winners something special to look at. Not only is it the Best of CU, but it’s the best issue buzz puts together throughout the year. Let it be your map to all the treasures CU has to offer. So get to it! The ballot closes on October 15, and that’s not too far off. You can find a ballot on the back page of this issue, or just head to readbuzz.com. You don’t want your favorite hangouts, shops and watering holes to go unnoticed. And if you’re a local business, restaurant, bar, whatever — rally up all the supporters you can, and tell them to do the same. The issue comes out November 8, so start counting down the days.
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BARKTOBERFEST BY KRYSTYNE JONES Fall has finally arrived! Leaves are changing colors, the weather is cooling off and fall festivities are in full swing. With all this excitement, you probably haven’t given much thought into what this season means for pets. That’s right. Our furry friends have a reason to celebrate too. On Saturday, Oct. 5, Hospice Hearts Sanctuary will be coming to Savoy to celebrate pets and their owners with Barktoberfest: A Purrfect Pet Celebration. Barktoberfest is a nonprofit organization that seeks to find safe homes for cats and dogs whose owners are terminally ill. The organization was founded by Scott Stewart and his wife, Jessica Sempek. Stewart and Sempek are both employees at the Carle Foundation. After many years of seeing the anxiety associated with ill patients and their concern regarding the future care of their pets, the couple decided to take the care of the animals in their own hands by creating a sanctuary that would house the pets after their owners passed away. Since they started in January of this year, Hospice Hearts Sanctuary has raised $20,000 that will go directly toward the building of the sanctuary. Admission for Barktoberfest is $3 for adults and $1 for children. All events at Barktoberfest will have special names dedicated to the animals being supported, such as a "barkery," a "kid kennel" and a "ruffle." Barktoberfest will be held at the Savoy Recreation Center on 402 Graham Drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Come out and show your support so these precious animals can still have loving homes.
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sitting at my desk, alone in my bedroom. All of a sudden, an old beige sedan drove past. They reversed maybe 20 feet, pulled back forward, reversed 20 feet, then pulled forward again. I could tell the guys driving were all laughing loudly. The driver then proceeded to attempt a three-point turn, but must have misjudged the space and wound up hitting the corner of my house. I grabbed a pen and paper to write down their license plate number, but noticed it was 11 digits. That’s when I realized who exactly was in my yard: Tyler, The Creator; Earl Sweatshirt; and a third man I didn’t recognize. I quickly backed away from the window, worried they might see me. I heard Tyler say, “Fuck this car,” then watched him crumple it in his bare hands and toss it down the street. Earl started yelling, “Do you have all your stuff? Where are my nosebleeds?” I took “nosebleeds” to refer to something you might shove up your nose when it starts bleeding, and he thought if they were left at the crash site he could be identified. The other two guys didn’t give a fuck, but Earl kept asking, “Tyler, do you have my nosebleeds? Please tell me you have my nosebleeds.” At some point they all climbed up into my room through the window. I didn’t know what to do, so I just sat in my bed and watched them huddle over my desk. Tyler muttered, “This house sucks.” The guy I didn’t recognize agreed, and the two of them climbed back out the window, leaving Earl alone. Earl turned around slowly and saw me. He looked terrified for a second, then came over and started apologizing. I just put up a hand and said, “Sandwich?” Suddenly, there were two plates, each with a sandwich, on my nightstand, and I pushed one toward him. As he began to eat, I tried to figure out what to say. I couldn’t decide between, “I’ll put on some music. Do you like Odd Future?” or, “I didn’t realize Tyler was such a douche,” so I said nothing and just ate in silence. When Earl finished, he got up to leave. As he was climbing out my window I shook his hand and said, “I’ll keep an eye out for your nosebleeds.”
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» Acquiring a wedgie while running for the bus: I hate being late for the bus, especially when I start that desperate, hell-bent-for-leather run when I see the bus pummeling toward the stop and I’m not there yet. However, the only thing that’s worse than that sprint is getting a massive wedgie in the middle of it. If I wanted my cotton granny panties to coil up into the status of a g-string, I’d wear a damn g-string. It’s terrible. And what’s even worse, I can’t pick that black hole of Hanes out of my asshole until after I’m off of the bus and hidden from the depths of any judging eyes. Sigh.
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Used with permission from NBCUniversal Media. BUZZ is that time of year again. Leaves will soon start FRIDAY to fall, the air will become crisper and pumpkin OCTOBER 4 note...keep this same size always lattes willcorp be found within a two-foot radius of everyone. However, all of this jumble is unimportant. 1 buy X 5.417 Prepare to a box of tea, hole up at home and pagetoken blanket — you won’t embrace1/8th your couch’s be leaving your laptop anytime soon. Like I said, it’s that time of year again: television shows' new seasons are impending, and the tension is high. Make sure to be kind to yourself during this stressing time and schedule your shows accordingly. This, too, shall pass. The Michael J. Fox Show: One of NBC’s new additions to their Thursday night lineup is The Michael J. Fox Show, a half-hour comedy series that sees actor Michael J. Fox taking his first leading role in a series since 2001. The show is a semi-autobiographical story that parallels the life of Michael J. Fox himself. Fox plays a news anchor named Mike Henry, who is diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and forced to leave work. The show follows his decision to return to television and the effect it has on the lives of his family, but it’s presented in a very humorous style. Michael J. Fox is just as charismatic as he was in his prime, and it’s heartwarming to see him making the best of his condition by making it an integral part of the series. It’s obviously a personal story for Fox, so it’s definitely easy to get invested in the series. Based on the pilot, there is a lot of potential with this series. The supporting cast gave solid comedic and emotional performances, a standout being Betsy Brandt, of Breaking Bad fame, as Mike’s wife. With a premise that allows for lots of comedic and
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dramatic possibilities, I’m very interested to see where the show goes from here. The Michael J. Fox Show airs on Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. CST on NBC. —by Ryan Neil The Voice: One of the few post-American Idol singing competitions that has found success, The Voice returns for its fifth season this fall. In the spring season, Latin sex symbol Shakira and R&B chart-topper Usher filled in for judges Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green. This season, Christina and Cee Lo are back, and the original four judges are together once again. As sweet and likable as the replacement judges were, Xtina’s brutally honest critiques and goofy wigs and Cee Lo’s quirky sense of humor were missed. It seems as if the contestants are getting better with each season of The Voice, but even with standouts such as season three winner Cassadee Pope, the show still doesn’t quite pack the punch or talent that American Idol did in its fifth season. With a female country artist winning the past two seasons, let’s hope the talent pool is a little more diverse this time around. Aside from the judges and contestants, this fall The Voice will feature top-notch mentors like diva extraordinaire Cher, Ed Sheeran, Miguel and Ryan Tedder. —by David Robertson How I Met Your Mother: Audiences have been sitting on the couch with the Mosby children for the past eight years, listening to Ted ramble on in great detail about how he met their mother. The premiere has certainly laid the groundwork for the drama of the season. In the last season’s finale, we finally met the lady with the yellow umbrella. I had always figured we would meet the mother when Ted did, but I suppose introducing her on her own gives her character some individuality. We will get to know her as her own person with a unique history and personality, rather than just seeing her as an extension of Ted, too, so there’s hope in that. In the season premiere, Lily is the first to meet Ted’s bride-to-be on a train as they make their way to Farhampton in a comedic yet slightly forced exchange. Most notably, the writers appear to struggle in sucking the last bit of life out of a show that should have ended long ago. However, we will
watch and enjoy anyway. We have fallen in love with these characters and desperately crave to finally hear Ted say those words we have been waiting eight years for: Kids, that’s how I met your mother. — by Ava Kelley Grey’s Anatomy: For many years I held the belief that Grey’s Anatomy was a stupid show with far too much drama. However, I became addicted to it over the summer after my best friend insisted I give it a shot. For this reason, I found myself watching the entire ninth season in five days in order to prepare for the season ten premiere on September 26. From this I created a list of questions that will be answered in the coming season (in order from most important to least important): 1. What will happen to Richard? Would Shonda kill off the chief? Would she? 2. What will the future of Calzona hold? Will the power duo last? 3. Owen and Christina: what will happen between them? 4. Will Karev and Wilson work, or will she join the ghosts of Karev’s crazy ex-girlfriends past? 5. Who will April choose: Jackson or Matthew? Does anyone actually care at this point? — by Emily Dejka Doctor Who: November 23. Matt Smith. David Tennant. John Hurt. Jenna Coleman. Billie Piper. Doctor Who fans: need I say more? Everything that has made up Doctor Who for the last few years will be crammed into one episode, Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary. And even if you’re not part of the cult, this is a night that cannot be missed. Bringing back old characters and introducing new ones can only lead to a charged episode and a good place to learn some backstory to the Doctor Who world. With word being that the episode will involve multiple doctors facing off, companions meeting each other, the Time War and both the Zygons and the Daleks, it’s like Christmas all over again. Or maybe not. Speculation around if any information our director, Steven Moffat, has been releasing is even true has also cropped up. In any case, the suspense is killer. On November 23, get comfortable in front of the television for 75 minutes and don’t blink. I repeat, don’t blink. Can you do that? — by Kathy Klimentowski
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CHILI GETS THE BOOT
Annual Urbana beer tasting event welcomes food truck showcase BY ALICE MOON
he 12th Annual Urbana International Beer Tasting and Chili Cook-Off Festival will be putting on a new face this year as Urbanaâ€™s International Beer Tasting and Food Truck Showcase. There will be over 150 different types of specialty and imported beers to taste from, as well as local and out-of-town food trucks. With the inclusion of food trucks this year and the support of Crane Alleyâ€™s beer selection, Urbana can expect larger crowds than the average 3,000 of years past, said Mike Armintrout, director of operations for Jay Goldberg Events and Entertainment. The International Beer Tasting and Food Truck Showcase, presented by Crane Alley, will be located in the same location as years past on Main Street and Broadway Avenue with beer tasting located inside the public parking garage. Food trucks will be lined up on the surrounding streets. Tasting and serving will take place between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday. Tickets are $6 if bought in advance and are sold at Crane Alley, The Blind Pig, the Canopy Club, Manoloâ€™s Pizza and Empanadas, Exile on Main Street, by phone at 1-800514-ETIX (1-800-514-3849) or online at http:// www.jaytv.com. Tickets at the gate will be $8. Sample tickets for beer and food tasting are $0.75 each. General brews start at one ticket, but some specialty and imported beers will cost two tickets. This year, with Crane Alley as a new addition to the event team, the selection is expected to be more extensive than in years past. Beers will range from local specialties to exotic imports including Yeastie Boys from Wellington, New Zealand; Affligem from Opwijk, Belgium; and Nogne O from Grimstad, Norway. Microbreweries such as 5 Rabbit, Two Brothers and Goose Island will
also be present. In addition, some well-known breweries from around the U.S. will be presenting their famous brews, including Founder's, Jolly Pumpkin, Green Flash and more. Aside from tasting beers, representatives from many breweries will be present to talk about their breweries and answer questions. Though some may be surprised and disappointed by the removal of the chili cook-off competition, Armintrout anticipates positive feedback from this change. â€œWe did have one food truck last year (Cracked), and after the amazing response we had from our patrons, it was time to make this very positive change to the event,â€? he said. This change opens up the event to a wider distribution of visitors and vendors beyond chili lovers. Among these food trucks will be ChampaignUrbana favorites Cracked, Chesterâ€™s BBQ and Mas Amigos and two trucks from Bloomington, Ill.: Healthy In a Hurry and Two Blokes and a Bus. Cuisine will range from Mexican to barbecue to cupcakes. Full-sized meals will be available for those who want more than a sample. Not only are the food trucks satisfying for the appetite, but the creative truck designs are unique and spunky. â€œAside from their very exquisite and delicious menus,â€? Armintrout said, â€œitâ€™ll be great to have Two Blokes and a Bus present as their truck is actually a double-decker bus from England.â€? To see a little preview of this double decker, visit their Facebook page at http://facebook.com/ TwoBlokesAndABus For more information about the festival and volunteer opportunities, visit the event's website at http:// jaytv.com/beer-chili-foodtruck/ or the International Beer Tasting and Food Truck Showcase Facebook Page.
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PROFILE: CHRIS BERTI BY ALYSSA REGE
Chris Berti, recipient of the Teacher ACE Award 2013. Photo by Alyssa Abay.
Teacher ACE Award Winner
professor of art at Parkland College for over 20 years, Chris Berti still gets sentimental when he reflects on his years teaching, remembering the thousands of projects and students he has come across while pursuing the thing he loves: art. For his dedication and commitment to the arts, as well as serving as an inspiration to his students, Berti received the 2013 Teacher Arts, Culture and Entertainment (ACE) Award presented by 40 North | 88 West. The Teacher ACE Award recognizes individuals, schools, educators or groups that have demonstrated a unique and creative approach that intertwines education and the arts. Though he watched his mother paint continuously when he was younger, Berti said he credits his knowledge and experience to the education he received through his mentor Jun Kaneko, whom he studied under while pursuing his Master of Fine Arts degree at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan.
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â€œ(Kaneko) is the perfect synthesis of Yoda and Picasso,â€? Berti said with a laugh. â€œHe embodies the best attributes of Japanese and American culture.â€? Having taught art to a variety of students, Berti said his work as a college professor still excites him because of the self-confidence artistic expression enables. For him, itâ€™s watching that spark transform a student from shy and reserved to confident and assertive enough to pursue their aspirations. â€œYou have to try not to be elitist, motivating your students without being pompous,â€? Berti said. â€œWatching students discover their bliss ... I get to see the light turn on for them, and thatâ€™s exciting for me.â€? A self-proclaimed ceramicist and intermittent potter, Bertiâ€™s referential sculptures depict the tangible aspects of nature while retaining a certain level of abstraction. The diligence in detail exhibited in his work has attracted the attention of numerous galleries, most notably the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.
â€œArt takes us to a place thatâ€™s outside of our everyday life,â€? Berti said. â€œIt allows us to gain insight into every aspect of our world, allowing us to reflect on ourselves physically and spiritually. Youâ€™ve developed a body of work into a language for the public to see; it makes you look at your own work differently.â€? An avid supporter of the local art community in the Champaign-Urbana area, Berti recognizes that the locale is always exhibiting something arts related and encourages everyone to experience all that the cities have to offer. â€œ(Champaign-Urbana) is great community for the arts,â€? said Berti. â€œBut in order for art to continue, you need people to participate. (The city) is full of art â€” you just have to go out and find it.â€? The ninth annual ACE Awards will take place on October 17 at the Canopy Club in Urbana. For more information, visit http://40north.org/ programs/ace-awards.
Artist ACE Award Winner
BY RAYMOND SOBCZAK â€œI donâ€™t want my art to be only interpretable by bachelor's degree in art. He then moved to the Ph.D. scientists,â€? said Steven Hudson, winner of Illinois area and attended Southern Illinois Unithe Artist ACE Award. Hudson said that he wants versity in Carbondale. When it comes to inspiration, Hudson said he everyone to be able to take something from his art never has an issue and that he has inspiration all and form his or her own opinion. Hudson was born in 1966 in New Bedford, Mass., around him. He likes to look at things and observe and grew up on a farm. His passion for art started people. He also likes to travel, which he says can at a young age. inspire him because he just looks around. ;YHKLZOV^+PZWSH`Z When it comes to his actual paintings, Hudson â€œI learned to paint and draw before I could write,â€? likes to keep the mystery intact. Hudson said. Growing up, his parents supported him, even â€œI try to let a lot of the mysteries kind of remain,â€? through college. He attended Southeastern he said. Massachusetts University, where he got his Hudson said his process usually starts with
sketches and then goes from there. He said that every piece is like that, and while he is sketching, he wants to make sure that none of his pieces are the same. Hudsonâ€™s career has led him to a few different places. He worked in Chicago as a full-time artist at his studio, then moved back down to Champaign )HUULY+PZWSH`Z and actually did a show at the Krannert Art Museum in 1995. There, he featured an array of different works. Now he has won the Artist ACE award. From Massachusetts to Champaign, Hudson has spread his art in each community. One might ask, "Whatâ€™s next?" Only Hudson himself knows.
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athleen Harleman is this year's winner for the Advocate ACE Award for bringing a positive atmosphere to the campus and community through the diverse exhibitions on display at the Krannert Art Museum. She’s been working in museums for 28 years, and this is her ninth year working at Krannert Art Museum as its director. Harleman is responsible for making sure that the institution runs smoothly, deadlines are met for exhibitions and that educational programs are integrated into the curricular priorities of the University. “These are my overall goals to try and improve, and we have to be smart about our resources,” Harleman said. The museum is also launching a fundraising initiative to update their galleries and other public spaces within. It also collaborates with both the Champaign and Urbana community school districts to ensure that the arts have a presence in the local educational system. “The education systems, where a child would have been exposed to music and visual arts and performing arts, K-12 every year, ... less of that is available ... that’s why we really believe in partnering with the schools and try to have more opportunities,” Harleman said. She said that the kids from some of the neighboring schools are able to “connect with the idea of an art museum” in a very positive way without having any prior exposure. For her, incorporating the museum into education is an “area of creative endeavor.” The arts inspire creativity in children and adults and allow for “critical theory and intellectual inquiry” for anyone, she said. “It’s not just about the aesthetic experience, but what the objects tell us about the world we live in,” she said.
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Larry Gray, double bass, presents “Chicago Connection with Ed Wilkerson and Avreeayl Ra” // School of Music
9 Parts of Desire
// Illinois Theatre
TH OCT 10
Krannert Uncorked with the Jazz Friends Quintet // Marquee
9 Parts of Desire
UI Hindsley Symphonic Band and UI Concert Band // School of Music
// Illinois Theatre
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Tucked away on the edge of campus, Promenade awaits with an oasis of delightful gifts. Drop by 10am-6pm Monday through Saturday, and leave time to shop before or after any performance. Make the most of your expedition with free underground parking on evenings and any time on weekends. T H E E XC E P T IONA L LY EC L EC T IC & A RT F U L LY A F FOR DA B L E STOR E
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Used with permission from Aaron Carter.
hen you think of Aaron Carter, the first thought that probably comes to mind is a child pop star. But itâ€™s not the year 2000 anymore. Aaronâ€™s Party is over, and itâ€™s time to clean up. This has been weighing on Carterâ€™s mind since his last
tour, eight years ago, and the 25-year-old singer is determined to get back on the road. On Saturday morning, Carter had to make an emergency trip to the doctor to remove his wisdom teeth. But just a few hours later, he fought through the pain and performed. Carter feels that he belongs on the stage, and heâ€™ll go through hell to prove it on Saturday night at the Canopy Club. Hereâ€™s a chance to catch up with the pop star before the show. Âť buzz: So howâ€™s the mouth? Âť Aaron Carter: Itâ€™s intense, man. I canâ€™t even lie about that. I woke up today and it was pretty crazy. I had a really swollen mouth, but I had to get it done, you know? The show must go on. Âť buzz: What kind of adjustments do you have to make getting back into touring? Âť AC: Well, I did a show earlier in the year, and I was kind of able to get back to everything and see what my fan base was. I still have a really young fan base, like 5 and 6-year-olds that still come to my show. So with a lot of these gigs â€” a lot of them are 18 and over, 16 and over â€” so a lot of these kids canâ€™t even come to these shows. Looking at that and taking that into consideration, I kind of know I have to do allages venues and just be an all-around class act and not do anything stupid on stage, donâ€™t be nasty, you
know? Itâ€™s very important that I remain a class act. Âť buzz: Are fans responsive to new material, or are they still looking for a '90s version of you? Âť AC: Itâ€™s funny, because a lot of people say that Iâ€™m a '90s kid, but â€œAaronâ€™s Partyâ€? was released in like 2000 or 2001, and I really made my impact at that time. At the same time, a lot of people are really responsive to the new material, and they love the new music. Itâ€™s stuff Iâ€™ve been trying to introduce, and the whole point of me doing a tour is, before I release an album, I want to reconnect with the fans and show them who I am today as an artist and what Iâ€™ve grown up to be, you know? Âť buzz: So youâ€™re working on a new album then? Âť AC: Yeah, weâ€™re definitely going to be spending some time on it by late December and early January. Weâ€™re going to be focusing on music and narrowing that down to my new sound. Iâ€™ve listened to a lot of Bruno Mars and Sting, stuff like that. Thatâ€™s where I want to go with my career. Âť buzz: How tough is it to reintroduce yourself and reprove yourself to people as an artist? Âť AC: Itâ€™s extremely tough, but anything worth having isnâ€™t easy, so Iâ€™m willing to work for it. I spent a lot of time with it. Even the way I got back out on tour, it was proving to people that Iâ€™m still a good per-
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former and that I can still really deal with a rigorous schedule. I went and did an off-Broadway production in New York City on Broadway and I did over 400 shows with them, and then a booking agent was like, â€œHey, I see what youâ€™re doing. Letâ€™s try to book you a tour.â€? It started off like that, and then I booked over 140 shows this year just by myself, not opening up for anybody. People wouldnâ€™t put me on their tours. No one would help me, and thatâ€™s cool because I was the one who had to help myself. Iâ€™ll always remember how hard it was getting back to where Iâ€™m at right now and getting back to the way I was. Iâ€™m never going to be a 12-year-old kid or a 15-year-old kid again and honestly, I donâ€™t want to. Thatâ€™s why itâ€™s important for me to tour, to see all these people and then release an album. If I release an album now, theyâ€™ll be expecting a teenager or some kid they grew up with, and thatâ€™s just not the case. There will still be â€œAaronâ€™s Partyâ€? and â€œI Want Candyâ€? and all my hits and all my singles. Iâ€™m always going to do those, but Iâ€™m going to try and make them something new, plus I have my live band that makes it something new right away. Check out readbuzz.com to see the full interview. Aaron Carter will perform at the Canopy Club on October 5.
DEFINING TERRITORIES contemporary drawings SEPTEMBER 28â€“NOVEMBER 9, 2013 Reception Thursday, October 3, 6â€“8pmt Music Parkland Guitar Ensemble Gallery talk curators Joan Stolz and Matthew Watt at 7pmtAdditional artist lecture Shelby Shadwell, Thursday, October 17 at 1:15pm Programs at the Parkland Art Gallery are partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.
The Global Film Initiative organizes the international film series, with the mission of promoting cross-cultural understanding through the universal language of cinema. Sponsored by Parkland Art Gallery and Office of Institutional Advancement at Parkland College. Thurs., Oct. 10: The Parade, dir. Srdjan DragojeviÄ‡, Film from Serbia, in SerboCroation, English subtitles
Tues., Oct 29: The Fantastic World of Juan Orol, dir. SebastiĂĄn del Amo, Film from Mexico, in Spanish, English subtitles
Thurs., Nov 7: About 111 Girls, dir. Nahid Ghobadi & Bijan Zamanpira, Film from Iraq, in Persian and Kurdish, English subtitles
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SUGAR, SPICE AND EVERYTHING NICE An introduction to fall season hangouts in CU BY BUZZ COMMUNITY STAFF world and wandering into the closet of a Los Angeles fashion guru, ready to bundle up for fall. — by Erron Perez
Courier Cafe. Photo by Megan Swiertz
FOOD Courier Cafe: Although Urbana’s Courier Cafe has yet to break out its fall specials, being greeted by the friendly staff and seated amongst the restaurant’s timeless, rustic decor gives you a subtle taste of fall without having tried a bite. The late afternoon light pouring in through the windows only adds to the warmth in the air. Sayre, manager of the Courier Cafe, said that the upcoming additions to the menu will be pumpkin ale, spiced cider, caramel apple shakes and new salad bar items, including apple slices and dried cranberries. Based on that list of goodies (and that’s not all of them), it sounds like there will be many wonderful treats to try in the weeks to come as falls rolls in. — by Erron Perez COFFEE Starbucks: If Starbucks’ pumpkin spice latte doesn’t scream “fall vibes,” then what does? For those who are unfamiliar, this is one of Starbucks’ seasonal favorites. It is an espresso beverage that essentially tastes like pumpkin pie. However, if this doesn’t sound appealing, there are plenty of other fall drinks available. For the chocolate lovers, there is the salted caramel mocha, another espresso drink that is the perfect amount of salty with a little bit of sweet. Starbucks has not forgotten those who prefer to get their caffeine-fix through non-coffee drinks. A good fall tea drink is the chai tea latte. Comparable to the pumpkin spice latte, it comes without the pumpkin flavor, but all of the spice. Don’t want caffeine but still want in on the fall flavors? Caramel apple spice is a deliciously sweet cider drink. So grab a warm, tasty Starbucks drink to prepare for the chilly yet beautiful fall weather! — by Carly Gubbins
Cafe Kopi: Located on 109 N. Walnut St. in Champaign, Cafe Kopi offers the relaxing dynamic of soul and livelihood. With rustic mahogany hardwood floors and burnt orange walls, customers will have the indulgence of feeling at ease. Their appreciable selections of coffee and loose teas make it an effortless choice when determining what to order, even for the pickiest of coffee drinkers. As autumn has wonderfully started to emerge, Kopi entices you with a pumpkin pie or pumpkin spice flavoring you can add to any drink. The bakery assortments that fill the glass counter will not make you regret buying one. Having an almond biscotti dipped in a warm cup of pumpkin pie coffee sets the mood for how autumn should feel. Open seven days a week, Cafe Kopi is a charming little getaway when feeling swamped by the boisterous university atmosphere. — by April Krivensky CLOTHING Apricot Lane: Apricot Lane, the new clothing store on Green Street, is bursting with racks and walls of clothing inspired by West Coast fashion, and with fall just around the corner, this trendy shop arrived just in time. Although the store kicked off its first week with a generous 20 percent-off sale, there are still plenty of tribal print leggings, statement necklaces and cozy cardigans to go around! Everywhere you look are clothes and boots perfect for the upcoming weather. To top it all off, not only does Apricot Lane stock fashionable pieces, but their taste in music is just as fun. Adding to the browsing experience was the upbeat music being played over the loud speakers. Overall, walking into Apricot Lane was like leaving the real
HANGOUT Curtis Orchard and Pumpkin Patch: Curtis Orchard and Pumpkin Patch, located on 3902 S. Duncan Road in Champaign, is the closest and best place to stock up on squashes, pumpkins and apples now that it's fall. Prices for pumpkins vary by weight, but they cost roughly 45 cents a pound, and apples are generally $5 a bag. Acorn-type squashes are typically $1.75, and other squashes are between $1 and $2. Aside from the produce, the country store on site offers a variety of products, including tea, stuffed animals, apple doughnuts (which are by far, the fluffiest and most natural tasting doughnuts to exist), cider slushies, home decor and more. Tokens for certain activities, like the wagon ride and corn maze, can be purchased with either debit or credit cards or cash. Tip: If you find all post markers in the corn maze, you can use your maze ticket as a token! The petting zoo is free, but most other things, such as the giant inflatable obstacle course, face painting and pony rides, are not. Through October, their hours are Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. After October up until they close, their hours are Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. — by Katrina Halfaker Meadowbrook Park: A fall hangout that is both beautiful and free of charge is Meadowbrook Park, located in Urbana. Visitors can enjoy walking, running or biking among Meadowbrook’s three miles of path, which leads them through creeks, prairie grass and trees. Meadowbrook’s wide variety of trees will only increase in loveliness as time passes and autumn colors come into full swing. The park is known not just for its nature, but its sculptures. The Wandell Sculpture Garden, which is integrated into the park, introduces visitors to sculptures as they move along the path. The sculptures vary, including works that are wildly abstract plays on geometry, new takes on human form or face or striking versions of reality, like the stoic bronze woman titled "Marker." Between the nature and the art at Meadowbrook, visitors will have plenty to feast their eyes on. Meadowbrook is located at 2808 S. Race St. in Urbana, with parking lots located on Race Street and Windsor Road. Meadowbrook is open from sunrise until sunset throughout the year. — by Kelsey Wiora
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October 5, 11 a.m. - noon » Urbana Landmark Hotel » Free
Want to commemorate the artsy town many of you call home? Join in on the 180th Birthday Celebration! You can even submit a limerick about Urbana that will be read at the celebration. And there will be cake!
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY DOWN SYNDROME NETWORK ANNUAL BUDDY WALK Saturday, October 5 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Champaign County Fairgrounds, free
October 6, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Urbana Civic Center free
FAMILY FUN DAY AT WAGON WHEEL PUMPKIN FARM Sunday, October 6 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Wagon Wheel Pumpkin Farm, free
SECRETS OF THE SUN Friday, October 4, 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. 2400 W. Bradley Ave., Champaign, $5
CHAMPAIGNURBANA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Saturday, October 5, 7:30 p.m. Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, $5-35
“NEW AGE LOOPING” THREADING CLASS Saturday, October 5, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spurlock Museum
MARK HERMAN, AMERICAN THEATRE ORGANIST OF THE YEAR Saturday, October 5, 7 p.m. »The Virginia Theatre
The Virginia Theatre will be putting on a special variety show in honor of the theater’s late Warren York. York was a performer and caretaker of the theater’s historic Wurlitzer pipe organ. The evening will include a special performance by organist of the year Mark Herman, alongside other entertainment.
SPEAK CAFE Thursday, October 10, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Krannert Art Museum
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COMPOSTING FOR KIDS, MARKET AT THE SQUARE, URBANA Saturday, October 5 » 9 - 11:30 a.m. » Free
On the first Saturday of each month, the farmer’s market offers children the chance to learn more about the food they buy and eat. This month’s topic is composting for kids (ages 3 to 8).
MOVIES & TV
OPEN HOUSE AND TEA CEREMONY Saturday, October 5, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Japan House, 2000 S. Lincoln Ave., Urbana $5 for tea ceremony; free for demonstration and garden tour
KRANNERT UNCORKED (WINETASTING) Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Urbana Thursday, October 10, 5 p.m., free
JOHN CARPENTER’S THE THING
AARON CARTER Saturday, October 5 The Canopy Club $15
Friday, October 4 Cowboy Monkey $5
It’s today’s bands like Yip Deceiver that make you wonder just what the rockers of the ’70s had against disco. These guys sound like a dance-your-troubles-away good night!
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MISCELLANEOUS CURB SERVICE, BRADY GLENN, T.R.U.T.H., DJ BELLY
Friday, October 4 »Mike 'N Molly’s » $7
» Starts Friday at midnight »
Mark your calendar for a viewing of John Carpenter’s cult classic The Thing. Premised around the metamorphosing of a “thing,” the 1982 classic is guaranteed to keep audiences cringing with anticipation. Go watch this quintessential piece at the Art Theater on Friday at midnight. The film will play again on Saturday at midnight and Thursday at 10 p.m.
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JAMES JONES TRIO, DECADENTS Saturday, October 5 Cowboy Monkey $5
PLAID DRAGON, YOGI BEARA Sunday, October 6 Error Records $5
Friday, October 4, 2 p.m. Orpheum Children’s Science Museum
JUST DESSERTS: A SAMPLING OF CU’S BEST DESSERTS Saturday, October 5, 6 p.m. Community United Church of Christ $10 adults, $6 children
DRIVE-IN MOVIE TO SUPPORT WILDLIFE: EPIC
Saturday, October 5, 7:30 p.m. Harvest Moon Drive-In, Gibson City $5 (benefits Wildlife Clinic)
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October 4-10, 2013 buzz 11
T H E B E S T:
New Business 2013 Green Business Mexican Food BBQ
Pizza Burger Breakfast Food
Bakery Live Music Venue Coffee Shop
VOTe now through october 15 at READBUZZ.COM
Bar Theme Night Smoke Shop
UNIVERSITY BAPTIST CHURCH on campus at 4th & Daniel Sunday Worship at 11am
a church for students, where students lead and serve ZZZXRILEDSWLVWRUJ 4-0484
Art Gallery Performance Theatre Gay Friendly Nightlife Restaurant for Vegetarians Delivery Food
Place to Buy Organic Groceries
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Place to Buy Music Place to See a Movie Place to Get a Tattoo Place to buy a bike Hair Salon Nail Salon Place to take a date Comedy Venue
Place for Vintage Clothing
Place for New Clothing Bar Selection
Beer Selection Liquor Store
Beer Garden Regional Attraction
Find out your picks in the special Best of CU 2013 Edition of Buzz on Friday, November 8, 2013 Rules: (1) One Ballot per person. Multiple Submissions will be disqualified. (2) Voting ends October 15, 2013
12 buzz October 4-10, 2013
Regional Restaurant Regional Store Drunk Food Local Musician/Band CU Personality Library
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