104 Things Podcast

104 Things We Love About Evansville and the Tri-State

Hear some of the reasons we love Evansville and the Tri-State.

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  • 104 Things We Love--Brain Sandwich

    It's the sandwich that is synonomous with Evansville......like it or not.....or maybe you'll NEVER try one.....it's the Brain Sandwich!

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  • 104 Things We Love--Holly's House

    Here's another instance of something good coming out of something horiffic. Holly Dunn Pendleton, the only surivior of the Railway Killer, dreamed of a place where victims of intimate crimes could be taken care of in a peaceful and safe setting. The result was Holly's House!

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  • 104 Things We Love--Michael Rosenbaum

    You may know him as Lex Luther from "Smallville," but Newburgh native Michael Rosenbaum had always wanted to write and direct a film that was shot in his hometown. Well, he did just that with "Back In the Day," and we had so much fun with him when he stopped by for a visit!

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  • 104 Things We Love--Santa Land

    The West Side Nut Club transforms part of Franklin Street into the North Pole.....otherwise known as Santa Land!

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  • 104 Things We Love--Ritzy's Fantasy of Lights

    It wouldn't be Christmas in the Tri-State without a trip through Garvin Park to check out the gorgeous light displays for Ritzy's Fantasy of Lights. Plus, it is an important fundraiser for the Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center on Bellemeade Avenue.

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  • 104 Things We Love--Salvation Army

    During the holidays, you see a lot of the Salvation Army's Red Kettles. But, the Salvation Army works year-round in the community, and they are definitely one of the 104 Things We Love.

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  • 104 Things We Love--Thanksgiving

    Leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, we decided to ask some prominent citizens of Evansville and the Tri-State to tell us what they were thankful for.

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  • 104 Things We Love--Reitz Museum

    The Reitz family left an incredible legacy to the city of Evansville through their amazing financial generosity. FJ Reitz High School on the West Side, Reitz Memorial High School on the East Side and The University of Evansville are just a few of the things they helped build. Their home is a lasting tribute to the family and is a treat not to be missed!

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  • 104 Things We Love--Our Veterans

    No matter what branch of the military they served in, no matter which war they served in, we owe them a debt of gratitude which we can never repay.  Ask a veteran why they served? It's pretty simple......they love their country and we love them.

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  • 104 Things We Love--First Responders

    It was one of the most tragic days in Evansville history; Nov. 6, 2005, when a deadly tornado ripped through the Tri-State. Even out of that tragedy, we love our First Responders.....what would we have done without them? 

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