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May / June 2015

Features
A pair of boots and a pair of wheels — that’s all we need to connect with nature and ourselves. The...
Inside
The first bicycle and pedestrian path attempted in Evansville was in 1927 when a St. Louis architect was hired to...
Good Living
The Nightingale Guitar Company occupies a brief, but interesting chapter in the annals of music history, as the...
One of the most colorful mayors in Evansville’s history was Republican Manson Reichert. Elected in 1942 as...
For two years Crystal and Sean Claspell have been coming to Little Lambs, bringing their three-year-old daughter...
For 24-year-old Patrick Cowe, magic is reality. The Bosse High School graduate is now among the very best in the...
It’s not all work for Amy Clark and Abby Wells when they visit Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center at 3701...
It’s taken 50 years to catch on, but the game with the funny name combining elements of tennis, badminton,...
“Bourbonism” — that’s the term Mayor Greg Fischer has coined for the recent surge of...
Departments
Mountaintop views and under-the-sea experiences are among the many attractions of Eastern Tennessee. It’s an...
One foot into the log cabin home of Max Soaper and his girlfriend Linda Williams, which sits on 500 acres in...
Home Style
Curt Nance remembers when S. Green River Road, where his parents’ photography studio and farmhouse was...
Having an inquisitive 3-year-old daughter, my wife and I are asked a lot of questions. Recently, while we...
The daily routine of managing Timberview Flower Farm can be daunting for longtime owners Mary Ellen, 81, and Floyd...
For every plant and garden lover, a simple vertical garden hanger is a perfect way to bring the garden inside. The...
No amount of prior research about Dr. Ted’s Musical Marvels can prepare you for the moment your eyes...
Outside of the front entrance of Tom Wilson’s West Side home, a restored sign reading “Long Haven...
City Life
Pat Brentano’s passion for art and the environment is evident in her voice. The moment she begins speaking...
Situated at the convergence of four unique neighborhoods (Culver, Blackford’s Grove, Goosetown, and Wheeler...
Dining
I have a soft spot in my heart for Italian cuisine. Afforded my first opportunity in management at an independent...
For those of us who like soft drinks in desserts (remember loving grandma’s Coca-Cola cake?), Evansville now...
Breakfast foods with a Polish twist — that’s what Toast, a new brunch restaurant on Evansville’s...
Like so many chefs, Bill Hughes claims the love of food was instilled early in his life. The owner of Bill’s...
Stepping into the Hajari family restaurant, it’s clear the owners are proud of the country from which they...
Final Detail
More than 4 million people visit Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, annually. Rooted in history, it’s...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in the May / June 2015 issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this edition of...

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