“It’s a continuously changing design. I look at it like four-dimensional art. You have the three-dimensional space, and it changes with time.”
Susan Brackney1 min read
Indiana Backroads: Southern Exposure in Vevay
Tucked between the Ohio River and some of Indiana’s best hills, historic Vevay blends artsy, country, and quirky in a culture all its own.
Evan West3 min read
Getting Right: The Long, Slow Recovery of Austin, Indiana
Austin has become a mecca for illegal drug use and crime. The problem was painfully highlighted by the HIV outbreak that hit this spring.
Evan West22 min read
Why Indy’s Creative Class Loves Evansville Right Now
In 2012, staffers at an Evansville museum discovered an original Picasso, mislabeled, that had been stored unnoticed for nearly 50 years.
Amy Lynch2 min read
Into the Darkness
Sooner or later, most cavers pick up a nickname. His was Slim Tim. One hundred and twenty-five pounds of sinew and muscle stretched taught on a lean frame. Part slingshot, part projectile, he zipped through cracks where other bodies wouldn’t fit.
Evan West29 min read
Cracking Indiana's New Area Code
After 930 is introduced, Southern Indiana shouldn’t need another area code for at least 70 years.