July 11, 2014 - 1:33pm
Picnics are wonderful things. Summer provides us with (mostly) beautiful weather and fresh, local fruits and vegetables. So, why not eat those fresh, summer foods while en plein air - outdoors in the open air - somewhere nice and quiet or urban and ideal for people watching? Here’s a list of a few great places for picnics that you may not immediately think of (like Cherokee Park or Waterfront Park.)
September 28, 2012 - 10:51am
Ever wandered what that tricky "M" button does on your camera? Would you really like to stop getting red eye and ugly washed out pictures? Louisville Lens Photography shows you how.
Louisville Lens Photography opened my eyes to how underused my camera has been. I have a Canon T2i, which is a fancy way of saying that I like to pretend to be a real photographer, and that the camera looks nice. I attended one of their afternoon 2 hour photography classes with my mom,...
July 14, 2011 - 1:20pm
The Falls of the Ohio State Park features more than 600 species of prehistoric life forms preserved in glistening limestone. A great reason to make it to the Sunny Side.
Long before the inception of the Hooters shorts, years before the creation of the first Rocky's sub, predating the archaic Jeff boat, life thrived beneath the Indiana shore. Evidence of the miraculous, prehistoric life forms can still be seen just across the bridge at the Falls of the...
July 29, 2012 - 7:04pm
There was plenty to celebrate Saturday in Clarksville, Ind. with Earth Day festivities at the Falls of the Ohio State Park as well as a ribbon-cutting for the new addition to the Ohio River Greenway project.
By Josh Cook
Sure Earth Day was a few weeks ago, but for those of you who believe that every day should be about the appreciation and awareness of our planet's environment then Clarksville, Ind. was the place for you Saturday.
That's because not only did the Falls of the Ohio State Park have...