Evansville City View 2010


Why We Love This Town

We love Evansville like a hopeless romantic, and the reasons we love this city are more than landmarks and attractions. We love our accent, brain sandwiches, and the West and East Side rivalry. We just love us, and you should,

Hot Ticket

The summer solstice on June 21 marks the official beginning of summer, but for locals, our Catholic summer socials escort in the season with chicken dinners, cornhole tournaments, and carnival rides. The faithful know which ones offer the best bingo,

Market City

Spring Downtown Farmers' Market Every Friday from late May through mid-October, the vacant city block across from the Old Post Office (100 N.W. Second St.) in Downtown Evansville comes alive with the Vanderburgh County Farm Bureau farmers’ market. At summer’s

River City Revealed

Music Men

During the holidays and throughout the year, college men travel around Evansville to sing to patients at healthcare facilities and hospitals. They aren’t your average carol singers: They’re members of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, the country’s oldest and largest collegiate

In The Know

Get Wet

In his annual address to the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana, Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel acknowledged the city was facing what he called “some tough decisions” about how and where to spend city funds. Among those decisions were the antiquated