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You’ve Got to Try This Eatery in Evansville

I always enjoy my trips to Evansville. There is more to do than meets the eye and I think I’ve been to most of the go to places. This time around, I got to try a new eatery in Evansville, Read more >

Locally Grown: Eating and Drinking in Evansville

Guest blog contributed by Lori Rice of FakeFoodFree.com Whether you call it farm-to-table, farm-to-fork, or garden-to-glass, the practice of sourcing ingredients as close to home as possible continues to grow. When you find yourself in Southern Indiana craving food and Read more >

Summer is the Time to ‘Tak-in’ a Hoosier Zoo

The sun is shining which means thousands of animals throughout Indiana’s zoos are smiling — at least the ones that like warm weather. Indiana’s zoos have a plethora of opportunities to view traditional animals like giraffes to the unusual like Read more >

Mardi Gras – Evansville Style

West Franklin Street in Evansville is alive and hopping for Mardi Gras – THIS Friday, Feb 5th & Saturday, Feb 6th! Beads, food, music, costumes and fun galore will last all weekend long. And mark your calendar – Saturday afternoon Read more >

Maple Syrup

I’m a little like Buddy the Elf and I love syrup. Who doesn’t? So I’ve been hearing a lot about different syrup events across the state and have already marked a few in my calendar: Maple Syrup Festival in Brown Read more >

Visiting the Toe of the Boot – Evansville Trip, Day 2

My son and I had just spent a very busy day in Evansville in early August, eating some great German food at the Germania Volksfest; visiting the LST (landing ship tank), a WWII boat (okay, okay, ship!) that played an Read more >

Visiting the Toe of the Boot – Evansville Trip, Day 1

Every year, I try to visit the city of Evansville, Indiana for any reason I can find. I first visited about five years ago when I took my oldest daughter on a trip for Visit Indiana. Laura Libs of the Read more >

‘Archaeology CSI’ coming to Angel Mounds for Area Schools May 14-16

If you think the crime scene investigation action is impressive on TV, imagine applying those techniques to ancient artifacts right in your own backyard! Southern Indiana 6th and 7th Graders will learn the secrets to unlocking the past and will Read more >