Twenty models of 'best car in the world,'the Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, spent the night in Terre Haute last weekend.
Mark Bennett has reported and analyzed news from the Wabash Valley and beyond since Larry Bird wore Sycamore blue. That role with the Tribune-Star has taken him from Rome to Alaska and many points in between, but Terre Haute suits him best.
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Jenny DeVoe is one of Indiana's most popular performers with 11 albums, a Billboard songwriting award, a busy gig schedule and a home in Indy with Rob and their dogs. On Saturday night, DeVoe and her band perform in a prime-time at the 19th annual Blues at the Crossroads festival in downtown Terre Haute.
Commencement was approaching. John Quinn listened to his Saint Louis University classmates discuss their plans after graduation.The guitar-playing English major from Chicago’s South Side suddenly knew what he wanted, and didn’t want.“In that moment,
Ideally, any American town should be capable of replicating what Gander, Newfoundland accomplished in September 2001.
Connie Wrin thumbed through a small scrapbook of the Blues at the Crossroads festival on Tuesday afternoon.This year’s festival was just 10 days away. Sitting at a table inside her Wabash Avenue nightclub, The Verve, Wrin freely recounted the annual
Festivals abound around the Wabash Valley each September, but only one could possibly involve the following scenario: A world renowned sword swallower spent a weekend at the Smock family's castle and decided to return and perform at the their medieval faire. He'll be joined by jousters on horseback, knights in heavy armor engaged in combat, ax throwers, archers, falconers, puppeteers, jesters, blacksmiths, beer vendors dressed as monks, fire-breathers, a team of fairies and a popular medieval-rock band from Belarus.
Aspiring guitarists, singers and songwriters may envision life in Nashville as eating, sleeping and breathing music.Dave Kyle did that and more. Take the year he spent working in the Gibson Guitar Factory, his day job while pitching original songs an
Dozens of frogs leaped from puddles into tall grass as Michael Shaw walked into a meadow. A portion of the 22-acre site will become a butterfly habitat, Shaw said, looking into bright August afternoon sunshine.
Like most occupations, a dishwasher at the Best Western hotel restaurant in 1976 had duties beyond that job title.