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November / December 2021

Features
No matter the season or the reason, we love a good tradition. One of the best times of year at Evansville Living...
Inside
Sadia Ragland was born to dance. In 2008, she graced the cover of Evansville Living’s November/December...
Growing up in my house, we had a Christmas cake every year. They were actually fruitcakes, and my mother was fond...
Good Living
Set to the delicate traces of “Suite Pastorale: Idylle” by composer Emmanuel Chabrier, sunny yellow...
Robin Lawrence has hurdled many obstacles throughout her life, from battling melanoma in the early 2000s to now...
Traditions enrich the holiday season by allowing loved ones to recognize the culture and history that has shaped...
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of volunteers handed out about 7,000 USDA farm-to-family food...
Dan Sauls’ deep blue 1969 Dodge Super Bee is the product of nearly 20 years of restoration and a lifetime of...
Departments
The next time you attend an event at the Tropicana Conference Center on N.W. First Street, turn and look at the...
“Life has loveliness to sell,” Sara Teasdale wrote in her 1918 poem “Barter.” Indeed,...
Home Style
Having a comfortable living space is essential for any homeowner, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not...
Evansville’s East Side is well known and loved for its many takes on the brick Tudor-style abode. But some...
Each year, the Tri-State’s Jewish residents observe Hanukkah by displaying beautiful, nine-branched menorahs...
Deep in the small garage workshop behind his Sandborn, Indiana, home in Knox County, you can find Tom O. Reed...
A hedge-laden door is tucked in an inconspicuous corner at the back of an 1860s Victorian house in Downtown...
City Life
Madeline Beeson’s parents like to say she started singing even before speaking. She now fosters the next...
Christmas time tends to be filled with merriment — a pleasant season of good tidings and joy. But what...
From the shores of the Ohio River to the sandy beaches of Hunting Island, South Carolina, driftwood finds new life...
Dining
If you enjoy hitting the town but want an alcohol-free drinking experience, you aren’t alone. Data from the...
Holiday cooking is the ideal opportunity to perfect a new recipe for a receptive audience, but the biggest...
Many chain restaurants fill their menus with common but complicated and overpriced dishes, but Drake’s keeps...
Final Detail
Celebrating Christmas in a large family like the Guerzinis isn’t too different from any other family. We...
Online Exclusives
Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish celebration commemorating the rededication...
 This past summer, when Evansville Living was invited to a media preview of The LUME, an immersive...
Happy Thanksgiving! This week is about spending time with loved ones and counting your blessings. There are also...
At roughly 7 a.m. this Sunday, Nov. 21, several explosive charges will detonate, and the 18-story tower at 420...
Combine a cup of talent with two tablespoons of ambition, fold in a heaping spoonful of memories, and add a dash...
Thanksgiving is a day for family, fun, and frantically cooking a gourmet meal from scratch. This year, if you...
There’s much to be thankful for in the Tri-State this holiday season. In addition to feasting, there are...
Christkindlmarkt is a German tradition like no other. Those traveling the streets of Germany and Austria during...
The donut balls at Donut Bank are on par with the rest of its popular bakery menu, but the November Donut Ball of...
Drawing influences from melodic artists like the Indigo Girls, Stevie Ray Vaughan, James Taylor, and John Mayer,...
The Evansville arts community is thriving. Whether you browsed the abundance of local artwork at Haynie’s...

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