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Articles in: Arts and Events

Trista Lutgring
- 4 weeks 6 days ago
If there is one sure thing in Southern Indiana, it is that when the high winter waters of the Ohio River recede in the spring, views of the waterway...
Bernetia Akin
- 4 weeks 6 days ago
“Chaos was the name of the game,“ says Amy Payne, who moved 11 times in 12 years and had three babies in the span of three-and-a-half...
Nicole Neff
- 5 weeks 6 days ago
When Shen Yun dancers take the stage, their acrobatics defy more than just gravity. They also defy a Communist government that bans Shen Yun’s...
Nicole Neff, Trista Lutgring, Stan Schmitt, and Sean Adams
- 12 weeks 5 days ago
It’s just not the holidays without ___________? Ask anyone to complete this sentence, and you likely will receive an array of answers. Often...
Nicole Neff
- 13 weeks 5 days ago
Santa Claus has a lot of names to add to his nice list this Christmas. Thanks to an outpouring of community support and donations, the Santa statue...
Nicole Neff
- 13 weeks 5 days ago
Like most Mondays after class dismisses, Deena Laska-Lewis steps onto the dimly lit stage in the gymnasium of Caze Elementary School amid a gaggle of...
Sean Adams
- 22 weeks 1 day ago
The 19th Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure helps fight breast cancer with a 5K and one-mile run/walk at Evansville’s Eastland Mall at 9 a.m....
Nicole Neff
- 29 weeks 2 hours ago
Rick Beheler stands over a table covered by a sheet of paper on which he has hand-drawn several shapes. At first glance, the shapes appear to be part...
Emily Miles
- 32 weeks 5 days ago
City officials closed Mesker Park Amphitheatre in 2012, as its condition had deteriorated since the last concert, when the Doobie Brothers played...
Emily Miles
- 32 weeks 5 days ago
Rain fell on a metal Vanderburgh County 4-H Center roof, above a board draped in black cloth. A crowd, gathered April 30 for the fourth annual IASF...
Bernetia Akin
- 32 weeks 6 days ago
Almost lost behind the stacks of projects covering her desk, Christina Hager shoulders an enormous responsibility. As the executive director of the...
Emily Miles
- 32 weeks 6 days ago
Enter the Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville from Fifth Street. Look to your right and up at a vibrant aluminum sign by Sign Graphics...
Emily Patton
- 37 weeks 5 hours ago
When Robert E. Griffin gave $5 million to the University of Southern Indiana in 2014, he firmly declared the money wasn’t a donation — it...
Armon Siadat
- 40 weeks 1 day ago
Eight drum and bugle corps from all over the nation will march into the River City for a heart-pounding night of musicianship at the annual Drums on...
Bernetia Akin
- 40 weeks 1 day ago
 It was 1970 when Dan Hadley of Evansville saw an old blue pitcher at a yard sale. “My mother had just redone her bedroom all in blue, so...
Trista Lutgring
- 40 weeks 1 day ago
In grade school, Judith Powers was a strong student. But her teachers repeatedly reminded the Evansville native that her pencil should be completing...
Emily Patton
- 40 weeks 1 day ago
When one workday ends, another begins for the men behind Cerberus Wood Co. in Owensboro, Kentucky. Brothers-in-law Jordan Leach, who works as a...
Trista Lutgring
- 40 weeks 1 day ago
For those seeking a fun, creative activity during the sunny days of summer, sun prints are an inexpensive way to use nature to get crafty. Before you...
Trista Lutgring
- 48 weeks 43 min ago
When Rob Millard-Mendez began his undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, in his hometown, it was with the intent to go into...
Trista Lutgring
- 48 weeks 4 days ago
When the new mural timeline exhibit “What Happened Here” debuted in the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science in January, local...