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September / October 2014

Features
Evansville’s theatrical roots were planted in the middle of the 19th century when independent theater...
Inside
Be careful what you offer a magazine editor. She will likely recall what was proffered — just when she...
In the beginning, pictures were hung on a clothesline strung tree to tree. Fifty-eight years later, the Louisville...
Good Living
Naturalization ceremonies are among Richard Young’s favorite moments. As a U.S. District Judge, Young gets...
A year after Castle High School installed a new 40-foot band tower, the senior class presented the name Eifler to...
Samantha Ramsey, 31, didn’t know the first thing about Evansville’s roller derby league, Demolition...
Let’s face it; everyone loves jumping on a trampoline. You don’t have to be a kid to admit that. But...
If you think schools are tumultuous today, ask your grandparents if they remember the name Glen Bretz. Bretz was...
Inside the barn at Seton Harvest, produce is placed in bins market-style, and scales are readily available for...
Jazz music is uniquely American. It was born a century ago in the Deep South, but its style and rhythms changed as...
Hungry patrons searching for freshly fried chicken and slow-cooked ribs flock to the Overlook Restaurant, located...
Departments
One year ago, Sean (not his real name) was struggling in school. The Glenwood Leadership Academy student, who has...
The local radio market is going through some big changes, some more obvious that others to listeners. Townsquare...
Before 1918, there was only one high school in Evansville. But in the next six years, three new high schools...
Home Style
Even as a little girl, Tracy Watson spent hours rearranging and decorating her bedroom. Through the years, the...
I do not know how many times I have said the weather we are experiencing this summer is absolutely amazing. The...
Etsy — just what does the name of the popular online commerce retailer of vintage items, arts, and supplies...
“I have two loves in my life besides my family — art and gardening,” says artist Jaime...
On a nearly perfect, warm weather morning, Joni Matthews opens her front door to greet an out-of-town guest with...
City Life
When Maestro Nick Palmer first came to Owensboro, Kentucky, in 1998 to become the music director and conductor of...
Anna Maria Josephine Reitz and her family had a spectacular jewelry collection. And after she died, a local...
While the idea of a coffin ride and being buried alive might make the average person cringe, for Chris Lankford it...
Dining
It’s the Germans who get all the attention in Evansville — so strong is our heritage with the republic...
The term “casino” is born of Italian origin with the root word being “casa” or house....
In the day-to-day operations of being a restaurant manager, I often find myself worrying about the business while...
Autumn in Southern Indiana offers those gorgeous halcyon days; perfect for meandering along Indiana’s newest...
Throw out the bad, and bring on the good! That’s what Jason’s Deli serves on the table as the first...
City Taco 2403 Washington Ave., 812-477-1955, facebook.com/citytacoevansville BBQ Nachos and Chips and Queso:...
Final Detail
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign. There are so many signs along the landscape that we all sort of overlook them. But...
Online Exclusives
While USI’s new teaching theater won’t open until next year, the university has been sending graduates...
Vote for the Best of Evansville! Tell us the latest and greatest the city has to offer! The 14th annual Best of...
The success of a university is often judged by the accomplishments of its graduates. For the University of...

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