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March / April 2019

Features
Erin Miller starts her evenings at home with a “Good evening, ladies and gentleman” greeting to her...
Inside
It should be no surprise that in the creative offices of Tucker Publishing Group math isn’t our forte. When...
People who have pets in their lives know the tremendous power our animals have in connecting us with feelings of...
Good Living
Mountains, moonshine, and miles of attractions and scenic views — it doesn’t take much to sell me on a...
Outside of the Children’s Room at Willard Library is a display case filled with egg ornaments; all are...
Bowling lanes have been a home for Matt Sanders from a very young age. Growing up at Arc Lanes, where his father...
In 2010, the physical therapy students in the doctorate program at the University of Evansville were itching to...
Florida’s Gulf Coast has long been a favorite beach destination for sun seekers in southwestern Indiana....
A mausoleum on the grounds of a cemetery isn’t the first place one would go to view an impressive piece of...
Departments
At the southernmost tip of Alabama lies one of the South’s best-kept secrets: Gulf Shores and Orange Beach....
Home Style
Jami Richardson was a pro at bringing enticing foods to tailgate parties. During her two daughters’ college...
A little slice of heaven — that’s how Jane Hayden describes her garden. Encompassing the backyard of...
Mary Beth Guard says New Harmony, Indiana, put a spell on her. She and her husband Michael came to the area from...
In the early 1970s, Evansville native Ron Snodgrass was interested in contemporary furniture. During some of his...
City Life
Mollie Timmons Gerling’s family was surprised when, in remission after a battle with colon cancer, she...
Bluegrass music is not easy to define. Bill Monroe, considered the father of the genre, said: “It’s...
Dining
Ma. T. 888 China Bistro already had been in business for 12 years, providing the community with a wide variety of...
Fans of Franco Mannino’s cooking rejoiced in late 2018 when the Italian cook who once operated in Newburgh,...
When Milk & Sugar Scoop Shoppe moved down a few doors from its previous location on West Franklin Street to...
In September last year, Evansville got a taste of a colorful, fun new Asian treat. Mr. Bubble Tea, located at 503...
Final Detail
In some ways, the small building that stood at 801 E. Walnut Street was a shrine to the hubcaps sold at the...

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