'I just feel like it needs a face lift..' One woman wants to bring 12 points back to its former glory
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) -- Art, music, food and fun...four words spray-painted on the front of a building, but four things one woman dreams about bringing back to Twelve Points.
Mosque shootings renew fears of terror by lone attackers
In his manifesto, the white supremacist charged with attacking two New Zealand mosques praised fellow "freedom fighters" as his role models. In reality, all were terrorists - most notable for acting alone.
“Other unanswered questions will come to you” when you write a book that sparks a movement, an interview with authors Sara Connell & Dr. Michael G. Goldsby
As part of my interview series on the five things you need to know to become a great author, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Michael G. Goldsby.
2-dimensional abstract display on at GACA
GAYLORD — There is still time to view the works of Andrea Ondish, whose 2-dimensional abstract artwork will be on display at the Gaylord Area Council for the Arts (GACA) Art Center, 125 E. Main St. Ondish’s recent works will be on exhibit through the end of March in this one-woman show.
Researching German ancestry topic of Monday's Genealogy Society meeting
“Researching Your German Ancestry: Some Helpful Hints” is the topic of Monday’s program during Wabash Valley Genealogy Society’s meeting in the lower level conference rooms of the Vigo County Public Library, Seventh and Poplar streets.
Mike Lunsford: Marion Jackson 'was a gift to us, a treasure'
Twenty years ago, I read a short essay by Marion Jackson. In it, he described how, as a boy of 13, he climbed to the top of a huge beech tree to retrieve the eggs of a red-shouldered hawk a neighbor had killed.