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Author Archives: Micah Schweizer
The Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana weighs in on the need for an I-69 bridge and how companies are preparing for healthcare reform, Tech Talk has the latest news from Apple, and wine blogger and columnist Victoria Grabner has … Continue reading
What’s ahead in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and a preview of the 23rd annual W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Festival in Henderson.
The Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana’s STEAM U at the University of Evansville, St. John the Baptist’s Catholic School’s Camp Invention, and a Single Serving Concert by the Honey Vines. The Honey Vines:
Tips on keeping student athletes safe during summer training, a reflection on what it means to be a true Hoosier, and a preview of the new immersive theater being built at the Evansville Museum.
Habitat for Humanity of Evansville reflects on five years of the Glenwood Community Development Initiative, and why MD2U is bringing back medical house calls.
Fair trade advocates Ann Ferguson and Ann Ennis have recommendations for how to be responsible consumers, and cello-guitar duo Montana Skies explains–and performs–classical fusion.
Representative Larry Bucshon (IN-8) discusses his views on the automatic federal budget cuts and the areas where Congress can reach consensus, our science contributor Dr. Katie Winsett explains the role of big, old trees in the ecosystem, and Courier & … Continue reading
We explore the benefits of gardening and landscaping with native plants, Tech Talk has a review of Blackberry’s new smartphone, and we re-air our exploration of the relationship between science and religion.
Harvard professor emeritus Dr. Owen Gingerich and Methodist pastor Dr. James Wofford explore the relationship between science and religion, and the Hungry Hoosier offers a Prairie Home Companion-appropriate recipe.
A look at the causes, perceptions, and responses to poverty with representatives from the Evansville Christian Life Center, and music and conversation with the music director of “the world’s reigning male chorus.”