Arts and Culture

Sam Bush To Perform At Bluegrass Museum Opening

Jul 3, 2018
Jake Jacobson / Wikimedia Commons

The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Owensboro, Kentucky has announced that Sam Bush will perform for its opening weekend in October. 

The mandolin player performed this past weekend in Owensboro at ROMP Fest, which is hosted by the museum.

Museum Executive Director Chris Joslin said in a press release that Bush’s show at ROMP proves the Kentucky-born musician is “at the top of his game.”

Joslin said Bush is a long-time supporter of the museum and, as a link between older and younger bluegrass players, is a good choice for the museum’s opening act.

ShrinersFest Kicks Off On The Riverfront

Jun 29, 2018
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

The audience cheered when members of the army’s parachuting team, the Golden Knights, stuck their landings on a grassy spot near the Four Freedoms Monument.

The team was rehearsing for this weekend’s shows, and the Hollingsworth’s were right there to watch. They all said it's the best place to view the parachutes.

The parachutes are the children’s favorite part. Mariah and Juanita practically finished each other’s sentence to tell me.

Pride Picnic celebrates new generation

Jun 12, 2018
Jon Klotz

The Tri-State Alliance hosted the annual Evansville Pride Picnic on Sunday, June 10, in celebration of Pride Month. Organizers and attendees flowed in and out of the Burdette Park Bishea Shelter, learning and giving and being themselves.

Emily Miles

The local community has the chance to attend a children’s musical adaptation of "Beauty and the Beast" at 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Friday, June 8 at the Academy for Innovative Studies - Diamond.

This year, the Public Education Foundation worked with Compass Creative Dramatics and collaborated with The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana and the George L. Mesker Music Trust to present the play.

Two Main Street- Girl Scouts

May 24, 2018
Tommy Housman

Enjoy the conversation as David talks leadership, challenge and of course, cookies with local Girl Scout leaders and a scout whose international project helped out people in Haiti.

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