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November / December 2014

Features
Do you remember the Peanut Shop? Did your parents take you to see the monkeys at Baynham Shoe Co.? Did you see...
Inside
I was born in Iowa, but I grew up in Evansville.” That’s my standard answer when asked, “Where...
Seven years ago, Evansville Living caught up with music prodigy Monte Skelton, who was at the time a University of...
Good Living
When Chicago native Kevin Klosowski first came to Santa Claus, Indiana, to visit his girlfriend’s...
You would know the husky voice from Houston, Texas, anywhere, of course. Kenny Rogers was calling me from the...
You can now wear some of Evansville’s most iconic images. Evansville Design Group, a nonprofit organization...
The late 1950s were a rough time in Evansville as the city saw several major blue collar employers leave the area...
For gun collectors, the Kentucky Rifle is a prized possession. The golden age of the Kentucky Rifle was from 1780...
In early September, the Vanderburgh County Historical Society organized a walking history tour of the Lamasco...
In June 2004, before her senior year of high school, Jessica Harthcock was practicing her diving at a local...
Opening a new restaurant can be expensive, and finding a good location to set up shop isn’t always easy....
When I learned my cousin’s bachelorette party would involve wine, I wasn’t surprised. When she...
Departments
Quietly, the University of Southern Indiana men’s cross country team has become one of the top Division II...
Many Catholics in Southwestern Indiana go to church and belong to a parish or congregation. Times are changing for...
When envisioning the Ozarks, most people think of the hills and hollows of northern Arkansas and southern Missouri...
Home Style
Anne and Doug Duell could feel the five-year moving itch creeping under their skin. It seemed around every five...
Just as Tim Gunn started telling television audiences to “make it work” and Etsy was inspiring a whole...
The warm and inviting memories of past Christmases with loved ones are never too far away for Charles and Christi...
Fire pits are a growing – and glowing – trend in outdoor living over the past several years. A fire...
Lounging in thermal springs or spas has been popular since the days of Ancient Greece, if not earlier. It was seen...
T-shirt scarves are very simple to make. Almost no precision is necessary, which makes this craft especially...
City Life
Ronald Geary, 67, has done a bit of everything. During his very decorated career, he’s been a certified...
Dining
With any long-running television series, there is a buildup of demand just before a new season begins. Revisiting...
Owned by Chris Ramsey and Derek Cronin, the Pour Haus located in Tell City, Indiana, started as two separate...
Three vintage mixers decorate the mantle in Tanya Bunning’s downtown Newburgh, Indiana, bakery. The classic...
Madeleine’s A Fusion Restaurant’s menu changes daily based on the fresh ingredients available, but...
Evansville native Kelly Lefler dreamed of starting a pasta sauce business nine years ago when her husband said,...
Taquerias are among the fastest growing restaurant concepts in the U.S. Accomplished restaurateurs Jayson Munoz...
If you’re from Southern Indiana, steak is in your blood. On any given night at traditional steakhouses and...
Final Detail
The four-car train rolled slowly along Division Street, carrying Mayor Russell Lloyd and former Mayor Frank...
Online Exclusives
The process of producing Evansville Living magazine begins months in advance of the issue with scouting ideas that...
To show how stories in the November/December 2014 issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this...

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