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July / August 2015

Features
To adequately explain the legend that is Funky’s, a hugely popular discotheque open in the late 1970s at 18...
From savoring produce at the peak of freshness to meeting the people who grow your food, there are countless...
Inside
How do you eat tomatoes? Sliced with a bit of mozzarella? Like candy, as in cherry tomatoes straight from the...
Bob Zasadny always dreamed of designing a public sculpture, and on June 22, he saw that dream come to life when...
Good Living
There’s not much you can do with a used bullet casing. Many keep them as mementos, toss them in drawers to...
As the sharing of cat videos and memes sweep social media, the face of one special feline is Indiana’s own....
On the grounds of the Pagoda, which houses the offices of the Evansville Convention & Visitors Bureau in...
Two new animal additions on loan from the San Diego Zoo have sent Indianapolis into a furry frenzy. For the first...
As the hosts of the University of Evansville Theatre Society’s annual Easter Dinner for nearly three decades...
 Evansville is home to a rare piece of World War II history drawing visitors from around the world. The USS...
Departments
The thrill is as strong today as it was riding in the back seat of my parents’ car contesting which sister...
Every year, around 30,000 Thoroughbred foals are born in the U.S. Only a handful of those thousands become...
Home Style
The silence was so deafening she couldn’t sleep, explains Chicago native Laura Lee about her first evenings...
Brent Pace admits the name Collector’s Carnival — an antique and flea market show held four times a...
When Mike Jewell and Tom Carter decided to change their career paths, the idea of opening their own flower shop,...
Last spring I met with a client who had never owned a new landscape before. The owner didn’t quite...
Thirty-five-year-old Aaron Vogler’s hands tell the story behind the work he does. Stained with grease and...
City Life
Who is Uncle Vinny? He is a muscled, grinning character Evansville artist and educator Jon Siau designed for...
Carrie Preston, a native of Macon, Georgia, graduated from the University of Evansville in 1989, the year I...
Dining
I have fond memories as a child of watching food shows on TV. Some of my favorite chefs still to this day were...
There is nothing more appetizing than a cold treat on a hot summer day. Every day, people stand in lines simply to...
Brynn Cook sits eagerly, waiting, her hands folded in her lap, at a table covered in crisp black-and-white linens...
Forget misspelled names on coffee cups. Lucid’s flavorful pour over coffee reintroduces personalized coffee...
When John and Sabrina Zeidler’s children reached the ages of 7 and 10, the couple realized Evansville was...
In the front room of the former residential home at 1112 Parrett St., local chef Sarah Wolfe sits pulling cushions...
Final Detail
Tales of painting lion statues, Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s symbol, told across the country involve rival...
Special Advertising Sections
When Edward Mead Johnson Sr.’s oldest son Ted was not expected to survive infancy because of a heart...
People shouldn’t wait for a heart to stop to save lives. Too many times, however, this is the case....
Yoga alone improves strength, flexibility, and balance, but by adding heat and the guidance of a qualified hot...
July 1 marked the third anniversary of Indiana’s 2012 public smoking ban. The local ordinance, which made it...
When it comes to our bones, there are many myths and misconceptions. From a break being worse than a fracture to...
Health is not about fad diets and gimmicks — those are all temporary. At Bob’s Gym, health is about...
When did you last eat the recommended nine servings of fruits and vegetables a day? If you’re struggling to...
Listening to a favorite song can elicit strong emotions, transporting a listener to another time and place. For...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in the July/August 2015 issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this edition of...
When you peek into the refrigerator and notice the cottage cheese has gone sour, there’s no need to run to...

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