Bill Cosby

Did host Scott Simon unfairly—and sordidly—ambush Bill Cosby by raising rape charges in a Weekend Edition interview that was otherwise about art?

The 77-year old comedian and wife Camille—she was present—were being interviewed on air Saturday about the many pieces of art that they are lending to the Smithsonian Museum when Simon, at the end, changed the subject:

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Bill Cosby's two shows next April at a theater in Champaign have been canceled in the wake of allegations the famed comedian sexually assaulted women.  

The (Champaign) News-Gazette reports Friday (http://bit.ly/1uKI0sp ) that Champaign Park District Executive Director Joe DeLuce said canceling the shows at the Virginia Theatre was a difficult decision. DeLuce says the district made the decision because the Cosby scandal ``keeps on growing.'' Ticket holders will receive full refunds.  Other venues also have canceled Cosby shows in recent days.  

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The 2014-2015 entertainment lineup at the Sangamon Auditorium is a mix of the old and new. 

From classic rock like the Moody Blues and classic comedy from Bill Cosby to lesser known performers with unique styles and Broadway shows.

Auditorium Director Bob Vaughn visited with WUIS' Sean Crawford on Illinois Edition to preview the upcoming season.  

You can find a list of all the performers and ticket information here.