Halloween falls on a Monday this year, and if you're looking to enjoy the day with something other than the routine trick-or-treating around the neighborhood, a few of the Evansville Public libraries are hosting activities tailored to kids of all ages on Halloween Day.
School is out for most of the Evansville area, which means getting kids to keep reading and grow their young minds when the lure of being outside, enjoying the summer weather can be difficult. The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library (EVPL) looks to make that task easier by rewarding kids (and adults) with prizes for opening up some books.
Let me make one thing clear right from the start...I am a meat eater. In my mind, cows, chickens, pigs, or even the occasional deer, rabbit, or squirrel were put on this earth for we humans to consume. Obviously, not everyone feels the way I do. Some may even consider meat to be murder. If that's the case, then I find murder to be delicious. But I'm not here to judge or be judged. No, my purpose h
Let's face it, summer is officially here and what that means is crazy Indiana weather phenomena and soul-crushing heat. I'm sure there are plenty of people out there who love getting sunburnt to a crisp and sweating in places that makes it look you had a accident (Swamp Butt is the term I would use). Well, for those that want to keep cool there are a number of places in Evansville to help cool yo