The rebirth of the Peoria Holocaust Memorial, nationally known as the “Button Project,” is an important symbol of why we must be vigilant as a society.

Changing Lives Through the Arts
Nitsch Theatre Arts provides a stepping stone for students to explore and experience the performing arts.
New Generations at the Spring Celebration
The Gerald M. Brookhart Arts in Education Spring Celebration heightens awareness of the arts as a vital component of young people’s development.
Point of Sail
An exciting platform for exploration and discovery, sailing will get you off the beaten path, to destinations far removed from the crowds. 
10 Tips for Public Wine Tasting
With the arrival of summer comes a slew of festivals and other tasting events. Here are 10 tips to help you sip and savor like a pro.
When she returned to Peoria in 2015, Mary Jo Papich picked up right where she left off—as one of the community’s foremost champions of the arts. 
Art-Space Peoria's “Artists Under 16” project sparks inspiration in local students.
Check out our arts calendar for things to do in May and June!

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Peer-to-peer lending, digital payment technologies, robo-advisors, insurtech and the blockchain. Can legacy companies adapt to this changing world… or will they be consumed by it?

Central Illinois Perspective
Trust, Discipline and Steady Growth
For four decades, DVI has adhered to the client-centric values of its founder, offering stability and integrity in the face of financial storms.
Present Trends and Future Indicators - A Conversation with Dr. Joshua Lewer, Bradley University
iBi sat down with Dr. Lewer to discuss the state of the national and local economy, the rise of economic populism across the globe, income and wealth inequality, and the economic impact of tax policy and federal spending.
Q&A with Brad Halverson - Caterpillar Inc.
Growing up in Delavan, Brad Halverson admired his father’s work on the third shift at Caterpillar’s East Peoria plant. Today, he's a group president, CFO and 29-year veteran of the company.
Since forming in 2009, Central Illinois Angels has learned—and adopted—best practices for angel investing.
R.G. LeTourneau’s past innovation is a present dwelling… and a future museum exhibit.
Three practices to build bridges across difference… and find new ways to think about old problems.