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City View 2013

Who We Are
To say that Evansville looks like it does because of the Ohio River would be an understatement. The gentle...
Have you resolved to be more inspired? Want to sing or dance but don’t think you have a chance? Do you long...
With more than a year as the executive director for the Department of Metropolitan Development for the City of...
Growing up, 28-year-old North High School and Indiana University graduate Josh Tudela played a lot of soccer...
What We Like
Every city claims to have the best burgers. These days, burger lists and rankings rule. (We know, because we see...
Bob Warren, 61, wasn’t born and raised in Evansville. Nevertheless, he’s still focused on promoting it...
Often referred to as “the fastest game on two feet,” lacrosse is Evansville’s fastest growing...
It’s a Tuesday evening in late August. The Grabill Lounge, in the basement of Neu Chapel on the University...
Last June, Neal Bogan, Evansville native and the Wesselman Nature Society’s Canoe Evansville’s program...
One of the requirements of the Affordable Care Act is for hospitals to transition from a paper medical record to...
It’s not your father’s hospital anymore. Gone are the crisp white nursing uniforms and the 1950s-era...
What We See
He couldn’t have known it then, back in 1812. The settlement Hugh McGary Jr. started on the bend of the Ohio...
Online, the painting of Marie-Therese Walter is now easy to find. Her eyes are disjointed, and the black outline...
Willard Library is a Victorian gothic icon. Located on First Avenue, its 9,500 linear feet of books suggest what...
Down a stretch of gravel road in a quiet, peaceful area of historic New Harmony, Ind., sits Fragrant Farms. This...
If you’ve been in the Ford Center, then you’ve seen the work of Sarah Schuler, 39, and her team at VPS...
For those in search of a new avenue to take part in Southern Indiana’s diverse and often underappreciated...