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Issue CoverEvansvill Living January / February 2016 Issue Cover

January / February 2016

Features
Each year, readers cast their votes and we, editors of the magazine, share insider information — our own...
Albert E. Stokes had a vision. It was 1909, and as the president of Progressive Reality Company, Stokes was...
Inside
Again we begin the year with the results from the Best of Evansville poll. And again this year, the results...
Lilly King says she considers herself a normal college student. But, unlike most of her fellow classmates at...
Good Living
Larry Miller began playing folk music at school, on front porches, along sidewalks, and in nursing homes with his...
One hundred and fifty years ago, during the early morning of Jan. 30, 1866, the rattling of windows and doors woke...
In the late 1990s, the old consolidated schoolhouse in Lyles Station — situated in the midst of local farms...
While practicing family law in Evansville, Kathryn Kornblum-Zelle saw a generational cycle occurring in the court...
With the opening of another length of Interstate 69 in mid-December, we can finally drive to Bloomington, Indiana...
Departments
With each passing year we mourn and celebrate the lives lost of those members of the community who made a...
It’s a city with many nicknames. “The Big Easy,” “Crescent City,” and “The...
Home Style
After taking a trip to Orlando, Florida, last year, Evansville native Jesika Ellis stepped off the plane back home...
When designing a landscape, the elevation or grade change of the site should be aspects considered to ensure the...
While perusing the rooms of Lea Matthews Furniture and Interiors, 5611 E. Morgan Ave., many may not realize the...
A watched pot never boils. The Ferguson In-Sink-Erator FHC3300 hot water dispenser ensures you won’t be a...
City Life
All the best works of art — and people — begin with a story. It’s a lesson Henderson, Kentucky,...
Then University of Evansville alumna Kaitlin Emmert was completing her practicum as a music therapy major, she...
There’s nothing within a 1,000 miles of Evansville quite like the Dream Car Museum. That’s according...
Dining
My love of food and appreciation for the culinary arts has led me to taste meals from the simple to the...
When a F2 tornado ripped through Posey and Vanderburgh counties in May 2011, the historic Nisbet Inn restaurant...
When you work with food as much as I do, everyday fare can become a bit mundane. Some days I crave inspiration,...
When the colder months stifle many frozen treat cravings, Jeanne’s Gelato & More makes the perfect...
Ezequiel Campos is bringing the authentic taste of his home country to Southern Indiana. The former manager of...
Christy Gibson traded blueprints for recipes and bricks for sugar. Previously employed at Jagoe Homes for 11...
Final Detail
No matter the season, a flurry of nightlife revolves inside and out of Tropicana Evansville, Indiana’s first...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in the January/February 2016 issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this...

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