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Writer and director Kelley Coures (center) goes through rehearsal for his play Thoroughly Murdered Millie, with Shaun Short (from left), Klara Stone and Ben Franz, at the Reitz Home. Over the years Coures has written five murder mystery scripts for
As the daughter of one of Evansville's wealthiest residents, Josephine Reitz lived at the pinnacle of society in the sprawling Victorian mansion now known as the Reitz Home Museum on S.E. First Street in the city's historic district from the early
History, architecture and assassination share the bill for this year's Reitz Home Museum Lecture Series. The three-progam series will begin at 7 p.m., Wednesday with Unnoticed Modern: The Midcentury Architecture of Evansville, Ind., 1945-1978,
Evansville's Regional Business Hall of Fame selection committee was greatly challenged in choosing its latest inductees, for there was a total of 36 outstanding candidates, including 26 active business and community leaders and 10 deceased leaders."
The Reitz Home Museum has partnered with Collette Vacations on a nine-day trip to London and Paris, Oct. 31 through Nov. 8. The package will include air service out of Evansville, deluxe hotels, and travel on the Eurostar Train between the two cities.
It never was big news, and after the arguably sham trial of the perpetrator, Luther Bell, it quickly was forgotten, Coures said, "Because Tidrington was 'colored.' " "That term, 'colored,' was actually used in the stories about him in the newspaper,"
Reitz Home staff thankful for volunteers' efforts To the editor: We know the Reitz Home Museum is not alone with these tough financial times. However, our spirits were lifted last week as we had two groups of hard working, conscientious Alcoa
Tess Grimm spent her life working in history and art, an area she loves, and learning something new every day as executive director of the Reitz Home Preservation Society. She's leaving the post she has held for the last 21 years, retiring at the end
Matt Rowe EPO Brunch The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra Guild held their annual brunch, to promote their membership and to thank their members for their service, at the home of Debra Talley on a recent Thursday morning. More than 100 guests, the
Kelley Coures was almost done with his script, "Reitz Home Noir," scheduled to be performed at the Reitz Home Museum on Saturday, when a startling and obscure piece of history caused him to back-pedal and do a major rewrite. His play, set in