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Change of Location Due to Rain for Newburgh Harvest Festival and Free Family Movie Night
Change of Location Due to Rain for Newburgh Harvest Festival and Free Family Movie Night
Historic Newburgh is set to host  first ever Historic Newburgh, Inc. Harvest Festival & Market and the final family movie night of the year on Saturday, Oct 24th. The festival with free kids activities and a harvest farmers market will be from 3pm - 6pm and lead into our free outdoor family movie, Hocus Pocus, which starts at approximately 7pm. Ho...
Fall Leaf Pick-Up
Fall Leaf Pick-Up
Summer is officially gone, and with it goes the green leaves on the trees in Evansville as they begin to change into shades of red, yellow, orange, a brown. No doubt a beautiful sight to see until they're all piled up on your lawn. Beginning Monday, the Evansville Water and Sewer Utility will gladly take those leaves and dispose of them for you.
Historic Newburgh to Host First Harvest Festival & Market and Show ‘Hocus Pocus’
Historic Newburgh to Host First Harvest Festival & Market and Show ‘Hocus Pocus’
Join Historic Newburgh on October 24, 2015 for the first ever Historic Newburgh, Inc. Harvest Festival & Market and the final family movie night of the year at the Lou Dennis Park in Newburgh. The festival with free kids activities and a harvest farmers market will be from 3pm - 6pm and lead into our free outdoor family movie, Hocus Pocus, which starts at approximately 7pm.
Indiana Fall Locations
Indiana Fall Locations
After a bout of unseasonable warm temperatures across much of Indiana, it now officially appears to be October here in the Hoosier state. And with the loom of autumn comes the leaves changing colors, which ultimately, contributes to one of the most breath taking seasons one can experience throughout the Midwest.
Fall TV 2011: CBS Cancels ‘$#*! My Dad Says'; NBC Unveils Fall Schedule
Fall TV 2011: CBS Cancels ‘$#*! My Dad Says'; NBC Unveils Fall Schedule
Well, $#*!. CBS announced Sunday that is pulling the plug on the William Shatner vehicle '$#*! My Dad Says' after just one season. The sitcom, which was based on the popular Twitter feed by Justin Halpern, debuted to strong ratings last fall, but stumbled as the season progressed. Critics' reviews, meanwhile, were less than kind. Also getting the axe: the legal drama 'The Defenders' and the new co