This time of the year is usually when we have some of our coldest conditions, and we're asking you to help us keep a few more people warm this winter. Be a part of our 'Need One-Take One, Have One-Leave One' project.
My poor child is four and I don't think she's ever worn a brand new outfit unless her Grammy or aunt purchased it for her. Okay, that's not entirely true but I'm certainly not against purchasing gently used kid items because she's hard on clothes and grows so fast...
Love baseball? Become an umpire! Evansville Baseball Umpire Association will hold its first winter umpire meeting/training class on Tuesday, January 17 from 6-8pm. Classes are for both rookie and veteran umpires.
Like many American moviegoers, I caught the new film Hidden Figures over the weekend. And throughout the true-to-life account of three pioneering women of color that broke boundaries at NASA, one thought kept reoccurring to me (well, two, if you count my realization that I am deeply in love with Janelle Monae): that much like the Wu-Tang, Hidden Figures is for the children. The story’s prevailing message that gender or skin color shouldn’t hinder anyone from achieving excellence is precisely what the youth in this country need, arguably now more than ever. The one problem, of course, is the astronomical price of a movie ticket — not everybody wants to or is able to shell out $15 for a day at the movies.
After a neck-and-neck race last weekend, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story has officially stepped aside to let Hidden Figures reign supreme. The crowd-pleasing drama about the black female mathematicians who assisted NASA in its early days topped the box office, leading a weekend that was otherwise all about films bursting out of limited release. The bulk of the new releases were not so fortunate.
This morning was the first ever My Morning Show with Bobby G & Stacey. So, who are the two crazy cats that talked about potty humor, sang like Wynonna, and brought you the best of the 80s, 90s, and NOW? We...
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?'" The Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a day off for many but should be a day ON. (of Service) The day should be a way to turn Dr. King’s life's work, philosophies and teachings into community service to help strengthen our Tri-State community. Find out how and where you can help today.
Lots of kids are off school today to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. If you are able to spend time with them but don't want to be cooped up inside, check out these family-friendly day adventures!
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