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January / February 2015

Features
The writing is officially on the wall and the readers of Evansville Living have spoken. Each year our readers cast...
Inside
I hope the year 2015 is off to a great beginning for you. Again this year we bring you the Best of Evansville....
The last time we checked in with Marx Pyle, he was helping make movies like “Silence of the Belle” and...
Good Living
One glance around textile artist Laura Foster Nicholson’s studio reveals her love for fabrics. Pieces of...
When it first opened to students in September 1965, Indiana State University Evansville was cramped inside the old...
Evansville Hose House No.9 was once manned entirely by African-Americans. Zerah Priestly Carter was the first...
One has to be at least 60 years old to remember driving Evansville’s Main Street as a two-way thoroughfare...
Scot Wichser, a Darmstadt, Indiana, native who still calls the incorporated town in Vanderburgh County home,...
While researching times for the latest installment of “The Hobbit,” I had so many choices: stadium, 3D...
More than a century ago, when the bricks that paved the streets in the residential area just east of Downtown were...
Eight years ago, Old National Bank, headquartered in Evansville at 1 Main St., set out to offer more charitable...
Departments
Father Time eventually catches up with us all. Every year, we mourn the passing of members of our community who...
When the Great Chicago Fire raged furiously, killing 300 people in early October 1871, more than 100,000 residents...
Home Style
When Scott Poynter’s father Jack died in 1994, Scott pledged to not only take over his father’s...
I have a client who some people might refer to as a plant hoarder if they saw the amount of plants delivered to...
When Meg Diekmann realized her husband’s grandparents’ farmhouse in western Vanderburgh County was to...
City Life
Behind the political force of Frank Underwood on the Netflix original series “House of Cards” is the...
A slice of New York City culture has made its way to the big screen in Evansville — but it’s far...
Dining
If secrets pique your interest, Sarah Bruggeman, the pastry chef at Vecchio’s Italian Market &...
The Vault 329 has an extensive bar and a menu as rich as the venue’s history. Evansville native Chris...
You’d probably assume Dan Nix knows a thing or two about making beef kabobs. After all, Nix owns Western...
When I entertain, I like to keep things simple. That way it’s easier to execute everything on time before...
Zuki has broadened its horizons with the same great flavor but with another location. Since the hibachi hub at...
Soups and sandwiches — it’s a combination that rivals some of the greats — salt and pepper,...
Final Detail
Like most cities, Evansville is made up of neighborhoods. From the long-forgotten Babytown to the often-discussed...
Online Exclusives
When we asked WEHT and WTVW Eyewitness News Meteorologist Ron Rhodes to be photographed for the cover of...

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