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Articles in: Final Detail

Trista Lutgring
- 8 weeks 4 days ago
The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Coliseum has stood at the end of Third Street across from the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse since 1917. The...
dallas carter
- 17 weeks 6 days ago
Many people have hobbies they enjoy privately, but Evansville native Westly Coleman puts his passion for photography on full display. After starting...
Elisa Gross
- 26 weeks 6 days ago
Scroll through Zach Rhea’s Instagram page and Evansville residents will discover a side to the city they most likely have never seen before...
Dallas Carter
- 36 weeks 23 hours ago
Libraries lend their books to members of the community, but sometimes they get more than books back in return — bookmarks. Through these...
Elisa Gross
- 45 weeks 6 days ago
On Dec. 14, more than 1,600 cemeteries across all 50 U.S. states will take part in wreath-laying ceremonies through Wreaths Across America,...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 2 weeks ago
A pirate ship full of monkeys was not a typical subject Dennis Deusner was used to painting, but it would be the perfect centerpiece for a mural in...
Elisa Gross
- 1 year 11 weeks ago
Quitting your job, selling your home, and hitting the road full time sounds crazy to most, but it’s the life former Evansville residents Jason...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 18 weeks ago
The collection of historic and vintage Evansville items owned by duo Mark Smith and Eric Schneider has been built by perusing yard sales, auctions,...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 24 weeks ago
In some ways, the small building that stood at 801 E. Walnut Street was a shrine to the hubcaps sold at the business.  Opened in 1978 by Mekki...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 36 weeks ago
The adage “There’s no place like home” resonates strongly with Richard Needham. He no longer lives in Evansville, but the Hoosier...
Elisa Gross
- 2 years 10 weeks ago
 While attending Volksfest a few years ago, Susan Wilkie could see the polka ready to come out in hesitant and shy attendees and was struck with...
Elisa Gross
- 2 years 20 weeks ago
With 65 parks, 21 recreational areas, and more than a combined 2,500 acres of land, people wanting to get outdoors in Evansville can enjoy more than...
Stan Schmitt
- 2 years 26 weeks ago
On Jan. 4, 2018, Evansville was notified Sears would leave the city after more than 92 years. Over the decades there has been a special connection...
Elisa Gross
- 2 years 36 weeks ago
Robert Hartman fought in the German Rhine Valley during World War II, published a children’s book, and invented the crushed ice dispenser...
Elisa Gross
- 2 years 44 weeks ago
If you ask Peggy Kincaid how long she’s been a member of the Evansville Duplicate Bridge Club, she’ll say not that long. Ask anyone else...
trista Lutgring
- 3 years 1 week ago
By Nov. 3, 1917, the U.S. was just shy of its seventh full month of involvement in the First World War. James Bethel Gresham, a 24-year-old Army...
Elisa Gross
- 3 years 9 weeks ago
Cloche hats and drop waist dresses had a turn in the spotlight once again during a collaborative photography project shot at the Reitz Home Museum in...
Trista Lutgring
- 3 years 20 weeks ago
At a Monday lunch this spring, Willard Library Executive Director Greg Hager left with two banker’s boxes neatly packed with more than a...
Kristen K. Tucker
- 3 years 25 weeks ago
Evansville, Indiana, is a city that likes to dine out. We also like to reminisce about our favorite long-closed eateries. Get your taste buds ready...
Nicole Neff
- 3 years 35 weeks ago
Evansville left its mark on the brewing world long before Carson’s Brewery or Tin Man Brewing Co. made it big. The F.W. Cook Brewing Co....