To show how stories in the May/June issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader context of world events, this edition of Link Up brings the Internet to you. No Google search required.
The Evansville Greyhound Station is an iconic part of Downtown. Since 2007, when the last bus departed, the moderne-style terminal has been vacant and slowly deteriorating. Now, the station’s owner, Indiana Landmarks, is ready to move forward with plans to renovate the building, restoring both the inside and outside close to the original 1938 appearance. And Evansville isn’t the only city trying to restore a Greyhound Station. Montgomery, Alabama, is in the process of turning its historic bus station into a museum.
Staff writer Emily Patton recently talked to Beth Anderson and Rian Coutinho, who are among a growing number of Evansville residents to move Downtown. But in other cities, like Indianapolis, the movement toward urban dwelling has been going on for years.
The Upgrade Café in Newburgh is all about being healthy, offering a variety of juices. While juicing is a relatively new concept in the Tri-State, it’s been growing in popularity across the U.S. Even Dr. Oz has weighed in on the subject.