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January / February 2014

Features
Eclectic restaurants, stylish shops, and the most interesting people you should know — in a city like ours,...
Inside
One of the greatest pleasures of editing this magazine is connecting with people living in all corners of...
Good Living
It is always interesting to find cousins who resemble one another. Longtime Evansville residents who pass by, or...
Michael Rosenbaum’s high school experience wasn’t what you might expect from the star of the...
Joey Goebel was 24 when he decided he was going to write his version of the Great American Novel. Democrat John...
Although Erin Morrison is the owner of two retail shops in Newburgh, Ind., surprisingly, her passion is not for...
More than 18 miles of hiking trails weren’t going to stop them. Nor were the cold November rain or the 25-...
Question: Could riverboats like the American Queen again dock at Evansville’s Dress Plaza? The Background:...
Doros and Ellada Hadjisavva know what it’s like to ask for help from others. When their infant son, Yiorgos...
Departments
Much of Evansville Living is devoted to those who live and breathe among us. We write about those who add to life...
Don’t typecast Branson, Mo. Though its Ozark mountain beauty, down-home attitude, entertainment galore, and...
Home Style
Mayor Lloyd Winnecke doesn’t spend a lot of time sitting in a car in traffic on his way to the office these...
They say you get what you give. Yet it’s Jay Hill who received the most from a simple gift to his parents in...
Winter arrived earlier than usual in the Tri-State this year, yet most plants that grow and thrive in this area...
For those of you who made a resolution to spend more time on crafts this year, this easy clock project is a great...
City Life
As children, we were told not to play in the mud. For artist Lisa Heichelbech, digging up clay on the horse farm...
Owensboro filmmaker P.J. Starks didn’t get into making movies to change other people’s lives. The 31-...
Dining
My task was simple, yet challenging: Create a salad that doubled as an entrée. For me, the challenge was...
There is just something incredible about the combined flavors of fresh fruit and fresh chocolate. This is how...
Bill Hughes seeks to make everyone who comes to his Owensboro, Ky., restaurant located at 420 Frederica St. feel...
When Michael Erwin traveled to all seven distilleries on the Bourbon Trail throughout south central Kentucky last...
In the past year, Pita Pit owner Nick Conati has introduced Evansville to a new kind of pita. These sandwiches,...
Christin Pelsor was an opera singer in college who turned chef. When she couldn’t choose one passion over...
Final Detail
At Tucker Publishing Group, almost every one of us has a story relating to a family member or a friend who has...
Special Advertising Sections
Civilian couples often can plan their weddings according to their own schedules. Yet those who plan to marry while...
When Alex and Cam Elpers first met at a 7th and 8th grade dance, they knew they liked each other. However, it wasn...
Michele and Jeff Blaize’s wedding literally stopped traffic. This was just one of the moments that made...
On March 30, 2013, 220 guests gathered at the Granary in New Harmony, Ind., to see Lindsey and Casey Jackson wed....
Six years ago, Andrea Whitehead was newly engaged, living in Toronto, and looking for her dream wedding dress....
A whole new world of wedding planning continues to be available to future brides, thanks to the website Pinterest...
Some couples renew their wedding vows to celebrate a meaningful anniversary, while others use it as a symbol of...
What does your dream wedding look like? For many, the setting is an integral part of this picture. Last year,...

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