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July / August 2016

Features
The classic American barn — few images appeal so strongly to our collective conscious as the big red (or...
Inside
The big red or white barn is an instantly recognized Midwestern icon. Picturesque barn scenes featured on greeting...
City officials closed Mesker Park Amphitheatre in 2012, as its condition had deteriorated since the last concert,...
Good Living
Up close, the rectangular ceramic tiles that wrap the exterior of the Muhammad Ali Center appear to be arranged in...
For almost 100 years, land along Pigeon Creek below Maryland Street was the site for recreation and entertainment...
Born and raised in the Midwest, Kelsey Timmerman understands manufacturing and farming, which he examines...
Perhaps you’ve seen them, the small birds with slender bodies. Their wings flap almost constantly, long,...
Departments
As summer wanes in the Tri-State, more than 400 men and women gather at Evansville’s Wesselman Park and...
Rain fell on a metal Vanderburgh County 4-H Center roof, above a board draped in black cloth. A crowd, gathered...
Home Style
It was a pink bathroom that convinced Kristen Gubbins and her husband Paul to purchase a small home two years ago...
Birds chirp as the pool cover retracts. Two pumps fire up, triggering a cascade down 42 feet of laminated...
Retail therapy takes a new dimension at the Amerie boutique in Newburgh, Indiana. Owner Gina Mullis offers a...
The exterior of Madonna and Norb Niemeier’s house located north of Evansville near Darmstadt does not...
City Life
Almost lost behind the stacks of projects covering her desk, Christina Hager shoulders an enormous responsibility...
Enter the Koch Family Children’s Museum of Evansville from Fifth Street. Look to your right and up at a...
Dining
Sara’s Harmony Way carries on New Harmony, Indiana’s 200-year tradition of being a worldly outpost of...
Pangea: the hypothetical land area believed to have once connected nearly all of the Earth’s landmasses...
As food trucks pick up speed, you can expect to see them at several weekly markets, festivals, and on the road,...
Darla Daily Smith has been making customers smile with her delicious cakes and baked goods for more than 30 years...
Steckler Grassfed owner Jerry Steckler knows how to cover his bets. When trying to get his product in the starting...
Final Detail
I pledge my head to clearer thinking Young people across the county devote themselves to 4-H projects, from sewing...
Special Advertising Sections
In a life packed with work, family, and friends, exercise sometimes falls by the wayside. However, incorporating...
Breastfeeding can seem impossible at 2 a.m., when your baby won’t stop crying and you can’t remember...
When Robin Lawrence was a child, her life was spent outdoors in the Southern Indiana sunshine and heat. Growing up...
The use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in the field of medicine is surprisingly not as new as some may think. In...
Imagine walking into an upscale hotel and asking for a knee replacement. By fall 2018, that picture will not be...
A trip to the grocery store these days can feel a bit like entering a work zone. There are signs everywhere, each...

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