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March / April 2021

Inside
One year ago, the world came to a halt. We stayed home. Restaurants closed their dining rooms. Our plans for...
Good Living
If you frequent the Dexter neighborhood on the East Side, chances are you’ve seen Evansville native Susan...
Departments
Considering its size, Evansville has a remarkable record of producing Major League Baseball (MLB) talent. Roughly...
Home Style
Tucked on the edge of First Avenue, a local shop is transporting shoppers and gardeners to a green, jungle-like...
An innovator, a trend setter, and a designer with a unique eye. When it comes to interior designer Harry Williams...
Dining
The age-old question “What do you want to be when you grow up?” has never been hard to answer for...
Online Exclusives
We think every season is margarita season, but the summer months are the perfect time for this light-flavored...
Whether you’re partying in New Harmony, Indiana, or rocking out in Evansville, here are three events this...
Evansville is a city of national records — from the most LSTs produced during World War II to the home of...
Though rain is likely to strike Evansville this weekend, there are still fun events going on that you can enjoy...
It’s Thursday! — or as I like to call it, pre-Friday. Are you still searching for fun, local events to...
Panaderia San Miguel is Evansville’s only Hispanic bakery, offering more than 15 Mexican and Salvadorian...
Evansville has a long history of famous writers, novelists, and playwrights. From popular novels to hit television...
We’re saying “thank you very much” to Domo Japanese Hibachi Grill, Sushi, and Ramen for serving...
Established in 1935 by Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Second New Deal, the Works Progress Administration was a...
Celebrate Earth Day by exploring the 200-acre old growth forest at Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve tomorrow...
The weather outside is warming up and now is the perfect time to grab some fresh Mediterranean cuisine! From juicy...
P-47 Thunderbolts are synonymous with Evansville. At the height of the World War II home front production effort,...
The old saying “April showers bring May flowers” could not be truer in Evansville. As we move through...
As we highlighted in the March/April issue of Evansville Living, the arts have felt the hard impact of the...
The popular 21 and up arcade bar High Score Saloon debuted their sister business on June 26, 2020. High Score...
For many, warm weather means the return of outdoor concerts and musical festivals. Popular festivals, such as...
In “The Show Will Go On” feature story in the March/April issue of Evansville Living, we met artist...
Since 1995, the Otters professional baseball team have called Evansville home. The oldest team playing in the...
The Thicc Zip has arrived at Azzip Pizza’s North Park location as a full-time menu item! The Sicilian-style...
Our pets like to have fun too! Who wouldn’t enjoy a day grabbing a bite to eat, staying at a hotel, or...
Evansville’s premier wedding event of the season is back! Superbride Sunday will be held April 11, 2021, at...
Spring has arrived in Evansville and that means swimming pool season is right around the corner! While you grab...
As COVID-19 restrictions ease across the country with the distribution of the vaccines, Matthew 25 AIDS Services,...
There are many ways to give back to the Evansville community, but perhaps one of the most rewarding ways is...
Nighlife attractions are a key component to any city and in Evansville, there’s lots to enjoy when the city...
There are 157 bridges located within Vanderburgh County and many of them have been around for quite some time,...
The staff of Evansville Living is sad to announce this will be the final story you read from our e-newsletter,...
Happy Easter! Whether you’re celebrating with delicious food or an overly competitive egg hunt, we hope you...
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