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March / April 2022

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In our corner of the Midwest, we’re fortunate that spring means a wide variety of things: strolling on...
When it comes to spring, I prefer the meteorological definition that has the season beginning on March 1....
Where the LST-325 docks along Evansville’s riverfront, a riverboat named The City of Evansville took harbor...
Good Living
By advocating for preservation and patriotism, the Captain Henry Vanderburgh Chapter of the National Society...
From 1924 to 1936, the Colored Speedway Association’s Gold and Glory Sweepstakes was the premier racing...
Public libraries have long been places for people in the community to gather to interact, learn, and explore...
Tri-State residents are embracing the spring sun and searching for outdoor entertainment. While Evansville offers...
Before the EVSC Foundation and the Public Education Foundation merged in November 2021, they brainstormed joint...
Work was put on hold at Evansville Living on the afternoon of Jan. 18, when a four-legged friend strolled through...
Departments
The tropical Florida sun shines brightly on Miami beaches all day, but the city really heats up after dark. That...
Home Style
Scenic Drive’s name isn’t just for its elevated views of the East Side. The homes on this secluded...
Stroll along Vann Avenue in the spring, and it’s impossible not to be enraptured by the striking yard...
Deep in a private subdivision at the end of a winding road in the neighboring village of Darmstadt sits one of the...
Will “Lash” LaRue stands in his two-room workspace in Downtown Evansville. In his right hand is a lit...
City Life
As a senior in high school, Evansville native Dan Engler never saw himself making it to professional wrestling...
From the moment he could walk, Tom Barrows was fiddling with a camera. Barrows’ father, George, was...
Music often is the prime companion of historic events. In Evansville, from the dedications of the Roberts Stadium...
Evansville native Jesse Sumrall stumbled upon his passion for creating intricate Styrofoam dioramas for tabletop...
Dining
Weekends in Evansville aren’t short on nightlife opportunities, with plenty of activities ready to work up...
Trays of cookie sandwiches, colorful macarons, and fresh cinnamon rolls at Bea Sweet Treats are the product of...
Mixed with the murmur of Downtown’s lunch crowd conversations, the electric hum of the The Daily Grind...
Manning a hibachi grill is about more than just cooking food. When customers pull up a chair at Chef Zosimo Capili...
Bursting flavors from spices such as parsley and chili peppers define Peruvian cuisine. That bold South American...
Final Detail
The first thing the staff at Evansville Living noticed when looking at this photo from the mid-1970s was the broad...
Online Exclusives
On April 29, 2022, President Joe Biden released a proclamation renewing the country’s commitment to National...
The Vanderburgh Humane Society is set to host its largest fundraiser of the year on May 21. The Going, Going, Gone...
Note: This story appeared in the July/August 2009 issue of Evansville Living. When 2009’s Kentucky Derby...
A year of planning, 80 volunteers, and 110 brave rappelers came together to make the Over the Edge 4 Granted...
May kicks off a month of finer weather and fun activities. From launching this year’s First Fridays in...
The Evansville Otters are looking to come out strong for the 2022 Frontier League Championship season after...
The “pop, pop, pop” of machine guns could be heard as World War II raged on the Western Front and...
By day, Evansville native Kevin Wiener works as senior technician for SWAT Pest Management. By night, he runs a...
The 2022 Vanderburgh County primary election is next Tuesday, May 3, and will determine which primary race...
Throughout the years, West Franklin Street has hosted a variety of notable events, such as the West Side Nut Club...
Taking fundraising to new heights, local nonprofit Granted is giving people the opportunity to raise funds for...
Evansville has a taste for Asian cuisine of all types from Japanese sushi to classic Chinese American takeout, but...
Spring has officially sprung, and Evansville is celebrating the season by taking events outside. Looking to get...
Each year, Earth Day is celebrated internationally on April 22, and there is so much to be thankful for! Check out...
When Evansville Living last spoke with Philip Lawrence, a River City native and eight-time Grammy Award winner, he...
Americans celebrate National Poetry Month in April, and the Hoosier State has found an engaging way to participate...
Alisha Wargel will start Monday, April 18 bright and early. Lacing up her sneakers and snapping on her watch, the...
The stained glass windows that shine inside the hollowed sanctuary of Immanuel United Church of Christ are not...
The quintessential symphonies composed by Beethoven, Bach, and Mozart are recognizable at first listen because...
Gumbert. Reitz. Koch. Igleheart. Evansville, both past and present, is marked by family names that have impacted...
Fast-talking and curious-minded Steve “The Woz” Wozniak, co-founder of the Apple Computer Company,...
First responders are usually associated with fighting crime and fires. Once a year in the Tri-State, they take...
Every March, Women’s History Month offers a special opportunity to celebrate generations of women who have...
Looking for something to do this weekend? Whether you’re a gearhead, Queen fan, fish fry fanatic, or...
Indiana’s strength and vitality emanate from, among several places, our many waterways. Hoosiers have...
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