Our Own Paul Cicchini gives us a great preview of one of our region's first summer festivals--Good Neighbor Days.
The Brass Band of Illinois will delight us all with their unique and powerful sound this weekend at a very special concert.
Good Neighbor Days starts tonight, and we have all the highlights you'll want to know before you go.
Central Illinois' own Brushville stops by Living Well just ahead of their big performance at the Heartland Hero Benefit Concert at the Peoria Civic Center.
A devoted Wildlife Prairie Park volunteer brings an historic piece back to life with hard work and determination.
An award winning athlete shares the story of her journey to the top--after facing a life changing obstacle. How she's reaching out to encourage others to do the same.
Easter Seals brings in a panel of heavy hitters to discuss how we can boost the economy on a global scale. It's all a part of their Annual Leadership Summit that benefits their cause which is near and dear to our hearts. Find out how and where you can learn more and participate in it.
A special treat is in store for single Moms--a day of well deserved pampering.
Eat healthy, home cooked meals, lose weight, and never pick up one pan. We'll show you how.
What's the best sunscreen to try? How often should you apply it? Dr. Stephanie Frisch from Central Illinois Dermatology in Peoria--gives us the answers we need.
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EP!C will soon host its 4th annual Bon Appetit Live event.
Ryan Stewart from Landmark joins Marvis and clears up some common misconceptions about losing weight.
Peoria Ballet will perform March 13-14 at Five Points Washington
Chef Charles makes a flavorful dish.
The Bluegrass Martins give a live performance and sit down with Marvis to talk about their central Illinois performance.
Marvis introduces the newest Living Well anchor before she takes over soon.
Kristi shares a few exercises you can do from a chair.
An exhibit showcasing some of Caterpillar’s unique history will soon open at the CAT Visitors Center.
Sherry Cannon joins Marvis to talk about the upcoming 'Soup for the Soul' fundraiser benefiting the Hope Renewed Youth Conference.
Chef Charles makes a hearty soup for the wintry weather.
15 professional artists converge to exude ingenuity of art design! February 21 - February 22, 2015 6 to 8 pm Gateway Building - Downtown Riverfront | 200 NE Water Street | Peoria, IL An unconventional art exhibition that will radically transform the way you view art! http://www.peoriaartguild.org/!/GuessYouHadToBe
This quick and delicious jambalaya is a healthy dish with a kick!
Jamie joins Marvis to talk about local weight-loss programs
A free college fair is taking place at Bradley University on March 5.
A big Valentine's Day event is taking place this weekend at Wildlife Prairie Park.
Six-year-old Amirah Johnson reads in Peoria.
Chef Mark throws together a nice fruit salad with a Greek yogurt dressing.
Morton High School's varsity boy's basketball team is braving the winter elements to raise money and awareness for kids in the hospital.
After months of work, a new massive masterpiece is finished in Peoria. A dedication ceremony for the new Muir Mural is taking place on Friday at 4:30pm
One local group wants women to get smart about their hearts
Wiffleball Tournament Peoria Park District Saturday Jan. 31 at the RiverPlex $75 per team (5 players) Call Matt at (309 681-2866
Landmark Recreation fitness instructor Kristi DeJarld talks about the fun and benefits of Zumba.
Methodist College is holding a trivia night this week.
Chef Charles shares a tasty recipe
The Penguin Project celebrates its 11th anniversary with an exciting production of Seussical Jr. that will be performed January 23-25 at Eastlight Theatre at East Peoria High School.
A talented photographer known all around the world is bringing attention to a serious health issue--bacterial meningitis. Lindsey Mills shares how she's capturing the stories of survivors with her camera lens.
Chef Mark makes a perfect recipe for the big Green Bay vs. Seattle game.
The Children's Hospital of Illinois is kicking off the 2015 superhero-style.
Kristi talks about the Silver Sneaker program and shows Marvis a few of the exercises.
Kristi stops by to talk about Landmark's upcoming Open House and Body Blast program.
It started as a way to raise money to adopt a child from Rwanda. Now, Noonday is a booming jewelry business that's helping women in third world countries create a path out of poverty. Jessica Dobra, Noonday Ambassador, tells us about the collection.
Students from Flanagan-Cornell share their sounds of the season.
Richwoods High School shares their holiday tunes.
Olympia High Schoolers share their holiday tunes
Epiphany Catholic singers sing some of their favorite holiday tunes.
Cornell Grade School's chorus shares their sounds of the season.
Bloomington Central Catholic serenades us with their sounds of the season.
Singers from Illini Bluffs High School sing some holiday tunes live on Living Well.
Singers Fieldcrest High shared their sounds of the season live on Living Well.