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July / August 2014

Features
It’s one of the first things we ask new acquaintances: where did you go to school? And we’re not...
Following graduation, many high school classmates lose touch. It’s common to wonder whatever happened to...
Most of us have at least a few favorite memories from high school. Maybe it was a big game or a first date. Maybe...
Today, the closing or opening of a high school is relatively rare. When New Harmony School closed its doors in...
Inside
After publishing this magazine for nearly 15 years, I’m convinced that a distinct phenomenon occurs for...
With approximately 70 kids visiting the Fulton Square Boys and Girls Club Unit every day after school, it’s...
Good Living
“When I was in second grade, I heard about people with cancer and I just wanted to help them,” says...
Taking a walk down Fourth Street between Vine and Court, one passes two of the most significant structures in...
What once was a massive limestone quarry has been transformed to an underground theme park. The mine was founded...
After 25 years in the corporate world of college athletics and broadcast media management, Evansville native Bill...
Bob Zasadny is a sculpture artist who uses a unique mix of fiberglass and recycled materials to create abstract...
Paige McFarling’s past is filled with music. Growing up in the Evansville area, she took lessons in piano,...
When the country needed them most, the residents of Evansville delivered. During World War II, Evansville was the...
In 1958, 12 years after Santa Claus Land opened, Bill Koch realized the theme park’s guests had nowhere to...
Departments
When the U-3 Master Tire narrowly beat the U-11 Peters & May in a hydroplane exhibition June 15 during the...
On May 1, the Belle of Louisville met the Belle of Cincinnati for the 52nd running of the Kentucky Derby Festival...
Home Style
About a year ago, a few local vintage motorcycle enthusiasts decided it was time to start having regular outings...
A dream home is not complete without a dream kitchen. In the fourth episode of the WNIN TV program “...
It was, until owner Grant Hartman decided to retire 13 years ago, a land of pasture and hay. Hartman had already...
Keith Freudenberg wouldn’t be happy working in a cubicle. He’d much rather be outside. Sitting on 8...
Homeowners have a wide array of options when selecting smaller ornamental and flowering trees for their gardens....
Owning the former Kasson School in German Township means uncovering an important time in history for Evansville...
City Life
Costume play, or cosplay for short, is a form of performance art where participants role play specific characters...
It’s unlikely wildlife artist John James Audubon ever envisioned the wooded rolling hills of Henderson,...
In 1942, 15-year-old Esther Nisenthal Krinitz and her family were Jews living in Poland. When the Nazis ordered...
Dining
What began six years ago as a singular attempt to gain recognition for Riesling wine has grown into a national...
Summer is finally here and restaurants are dusting off their outdoor tables and chairs. After a winter that seemed...
Ahhhhh, summer. Humidity, mosquitos, losing AC function in your car. All promised by our wonderful friend that...
There are two traditional iced teas in the U.S.: iced tea and sweet tea. The latter, as most know, is popular in...
While patrons at The Pie Pan often have a short wait to be seated at the popular North Park restaurant, don’...
Final Detail
In the next few days, the first Posey County melons will be ready for harvest. But they won’t actually be in...
Special Advertising Sections
We’re all getting older, and there’s no way to stop it from happening. But that doesn’t have to...
It is a field many surgeons dread, but one in which Dr. Elizabeth Butler has excelled. The cardiothoracic and...
Sarah Appel was just like any other young mother. At 28 years old, she was raising 2-year-old Makaelyn and 4-month...
When Diana Nyad made her fifth attempt to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys in 2013, nothing was left to chance....
Both children and adults often dread sitting in the waiting room at a dentist’s office. But, instead of...
We’ve all been there. It’s 3 a.m. and your 2-year-old is up with a rash and fever, and you consult...
Online Exclusives
Honestly, being in high school isn’t that much fun. There’s social studies homework to do, English...
In the July/August issue of Evansville Living, we ran a list of some of the local high schools that have come and...

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