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Past articles by MaCabe:

Pocket City Sounds: Shawn Needham Trio

The band seamlessly hops styles, from jazzy noodling to electric blues to progressive rock to funk and Latin beats, sometimes all in the span of a single song. → Read More

Evansville's Trump rally draws largest crowd ever at Ford Center

Thursday night's Trump rally drew the Ford Center's largest crowd ever, according to manager VenuWorks. The turnout: 11,500 people, with another 2,000 unable to get in. → Read More

Pocket City Sounds: The Jangle Sheep

The band describes themselves as "avid and explorative music listeners" who are up for just about anything. → Read More

Kids POV: Exploring nature at Wesselman Woods PlayScape

Wesselman Woods communication director Elaine Edwards offers insight to the nations largest nature playscape located in Wesselman Woods. → Read More

Tri-State Treats: Handy Fest, Art in Bloom & Bowling for Rhinos

Abbey Doyle and Noah Stubbs keep you informed on the latest arts and entertainment events in the Tri-State. → Read More

Arson Dog Program enhances skills to sniff out accelerants

Heather Paul of State Farm explains the importance of rectification for arson dogs and their partners to help investigate suspicious fire. → Read More

Remembering Robert F. Kennedy's last Hoosier state appearance

A historical look-back from the archives of the Evansville Courier and Evansville Press. → Read More

How to make authentic Korean kimchi from Gangnam Korean BBQ

Young-eh Sarah Kim, chef of the Gangnam Korean BBQ restaurants in Evansville and Owensboro, teaches us how to make authentic Korean kimchi. → Read More

Pocket City Sounds: Sinumatic

Sinumatic describes himself as "focusing on creating timeless music in a era where everything is fast food." → Read More

EPD opens investigation into ECHO Housing Corp.

The police department has opened an investigation into allegations the former director of ECHO Housing Corp. misused the nonprofit's funds. → Read More

Terrence Roach Murder Trial: Day 2 Recap

Courier & Press reporter Mark Wilson recounts the first day of the Terrence Roach murder trial. → Read More

Pocket City Sounds presents Lolita

Pocket City Sounds presents alternative blues band Lolita. Check out for more about Lolita and Pocket City Sounds. → Read More

Pocket City Sounds: Lolita blends singer-songwriter emotion with electric rock impact

Pocket City Sounds presents alternative blues-rock band, Lolita. Check out for more about Lolita and Pocket City Sounds. → Read More

Pocket City Sounds: Evansville's Kelo Kaddafi personifies the new-age rap artist

Born and raised in Evansville in a musical family, Kelo Kaddafi has been performing and recording for more than a decade, since the age of 15. → Read More

Education Day at the Evansville Otters

Education Day game with the Evansville Otters at historic Bosse Field in Evansville, Ind. → Read More

Pocket City Sounds: Big Ninja Delight

Pocket City Sounds presents Big Ninja Delight. You can find more music from Big Ninja Delight on facebook or check out their band page on → Read More

Pocket City Sounds: Big Ninja Delight

Big Ninja Delight is a galactic sound in a tiny package. That's why the duo was selected to be the inaugural artist for Pocket City Sounds. → Read More

EVSC Life Skills students dance the night away at 2018 special education prom

Life Skills students from throughout the area celebrated a special night with their prom Friday. → Read More

Female boxers prepare for Guns & Hoses this Saturday

Taylor Griffith, Kentucky State Police, and Paige Jones, Posey County EMS, talk about the training leading up to Saturday's charity boxing match. → Read More

The Egg Tree: An Easter tradition at Willard Library

Rhonda Mort, Children's Librarian, shares the history of the Egg Tree at Willard Library. The Egg Tree began in 1951 after then Children's Librarian, Margaret Maier, discovered the book "The Egg Tree" by Katherine Milhous. → Read More