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January / February 2011

Features
Stylish shops, inspiring people, and plenty of fun — it’s hard to pick favorites, but every year, our...
Inside
What books are you reading now? That’s a question I’ve been asked quite a bit recently. It’s a...
Good Living
Having numb and frigid fingers isn’t fun. As the cold weather lingers, it’s smart to get a fashion...
When Julie Stucki was born, she was one of seven babies in the neonatal intensive care unit with tetralogy of...
One line on the flu webpage for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states, “Flu is a serious...
When Albion Fellows married Hilary Bacon, a prominent Evansville businessman, she quit her job as a court...
One midnight around Christmas, a 5-year-old Natalie Jost awoke with the urge to “just get up and make...
Departments
At the front door of Ruth’s House, a flowered wreath and stained-glass panels welcome visitors. Upstairs,...
When Tess Grimm first entered the Reitz Home in 1973, the water-damaged First Street mansion was without...
In the corner of the small coffee shop are Kathy Ewing, 82, and Paula Boenigk, 60. The two longtime high school...
Exactly one week before I arrived on the Alabama Gulf Coast, something happened that had me — and the entire...
Home Style
In the 1700s, as one theory goes, British sailors discovered the proof and flavor profile of Caribbean rum...
In 2008, when Cindy Nevins and her husband, Howard, moved from Newburgh’s Victoria Manor to Boonville, one...
When I was growing up, yews and barberries trimmed as geometric shapes were all the rage. Today, it seems knockout...
In 1981, Don and Breeze Sobek elbowed their way through a crowded flea market in Paris, France. They shopped...
A sign in the Evansville Association for the Blind’s furniture showroom reads, “When life gives you...
City Life
In 1989, Sam Kinison was a foul-mouthed comedian who screamed his jokes to his audience, and his popularity soared...
Until Evansville native Cheryl Ann Sanders was 15 years old, she wanted to be a professional race car driver. But...
Dining
I’ve written about the Fall Festival — that heavenly first week in October when booths with fried food...
State Street nosedives toward the Ohio River in downtown Newburgh. Two- and three-story buildings packed tightly...
To a native Philadelphian, a cheesesteak simply can’t be considered authentic if it’s prepared more...
A century ago, Zaharakos was a bustling soda fountain and ice cream parlor in my hometown of Columbus, Ind., three...
Special Advertising Sections
Three recently married couples offer inspiration for the perfect day — and a peek inside their wedding...
A few e-mails after meeting my husband, Jason, on the online dating site Plentyoffish.com, I realized we were made...
When I was engaged, there was a lot of talk about what it takes to be a great husband. It was useful, but late...
As a graphic designer at Evansville Living, I work with photos daily, so after my longtime boyfriend Josh proposed...
Online Exclusives
Roller Rules: In E the People, readers discovered the combined weight of the roller derby team, the Rollergirls of...
Last year, nearly 60 million skiers and snowboarders reported to U.S. slopes. One resort looking to cash in on the...

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