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February / March 2021

Regulars
This January I lost a lifelong friend who frankly I never remember not knowing. In a bit of an unusual twist, he...
Nashville’s new National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) is “Out of Sight” — at...
Education: Bachelor’s degree in economics from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana; master’s...
When entrepreneur Kelly West started Mimi’s Gourmet Pasta Sauce, Inc. in 2010, she never dreamed it would...
Commercial radio was the bee’s knees across the world in the 1920s. Roughly 60 percent of families in the U....
Online Exclusives
It’s nothing but net in Evansville this week as the Ohio Valley Conference 2021 men’s and women...
It’s smooth sailing when ordering and enjoying healthy, tasty items from the menu at Tropical Smoothie Caf...
When Olivia Taylor first started dancing when she was 2 years old, it was just one hour a week. As her passion for...
They year of 1920 was monumental for women’s rights. Passed by Congress in 1919 and adopted in 1920 after...
With more than 200 years of history, Evansville has changed dramatically throughout the centuries, thriving on new...
Mama Mia! We love Italian food and we know you do too. Fresh salads, homemade sauces poured over noodles, and...
If you are a peruser of Evansville’s home listings, you may have noticed one of Evansville’s most...
In the February/March issue of Evansville Business, we dived into the history, business, and key factors of radio...
A grand building resembling a Greek temple once stood on the edge of Main Street and Riverside Drive. A symbol of...
The season of Lent is upon us and Fridays are the perfect day to grab fish for dinner. But you don’t have to...
It’s almost spring in the Tri-State and that means it’s time for the 43rd annual Wesselman Woods Maple...
Each year, the Indiana General Assembly meets in session at the Statehouse in Indianapolis to decide on new laws...
February is the month of love, chocolate, and strawberries — and while Valentine’s Day has come and...
From Newburgh to the West Side, the Tri-State has lots of gift shops and knick knack stores to choose from. This...
The third largest city in Indiana, Evansville is still underestimated by many. Although it houses the benefits of...
In our Jan. 26 Insider newsletter, we shared some local development projects going on in and around Evansville. It...
In the May/June 2019 issue of Evansville Living, we met Mikaela Jenkins, an F.J. Reitz High School sophomore with...
Originally started as Negro History Week by historian Carter G. Woodson in the 1920s, Black History Month has been...
The winter storm and COVID-19 has many Evansville residents cooped up at home and while many restaurants have...