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Issue CoverEvansvill Living January / February 2013 Issue Cover

January / February 2013

Features
These days, everyone’s an expert on the best and the brightest. But can you distinguish the enthusiasm from...
Inside
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2013, the 13th year of publishing Evansville Living, and the 13th Best of Evansville...
Good Living
It was a cool November morning when the first piece of ground was pierced on a lot in Deer Valley subdivision. It...
Evansville’s Amy Musia may be one of the most prolific artists in the United States. Producing art in the...
 This short story was selected from a forthcoming book that was written by George Honig, an Indiana author...
As a capstone to his 38 years as director for the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, John Streetman...
Lately, I have been worrying about getting older. I watched a documentary on television this summer about the...
Are you curious about reflexology, but not sure what to expect or what it really is? Perhaps you’re...
Departments
 A cappella — no instruments, no software, just voices — is growing in popularity. Italian for...
"Red rock fever” is how visitors of Sedona, Ariz., describe their attitude toward returning to this...
Home Style
Make crafty use of magazines that continue to line your shelves by recycling bright colored pages and a frame that...
There are a select few experts in the world who can walk into a room, flip up the corner of a rug, and say more...
Late February and early March is the time to prepare for the coming spring. When temperatures begin to rise...
Like a scene from “Portlandia,” Audubon Apartment dwellers Jessica and Vincent Pinnick embody the...
City Life
As is the story for many, Maggie Rapp has a gift evident to her and others since she was very young. Often, the...
Lassoing local artists to the Art Collective at Jennings Station in Newburgh, Ind., Donna Roberts created an...
From Kelly Clarkson to David Bowie, Blame the Radio’s repertoire is a mix of everything — minus...
Dining
Some think of Champagne and sparkling wine as just the stuff of celebrations. But practice makes perfect, after...
When The Pub opened its doors at 1348 Division St. on the Ides of March in 1978, it quickly became a hotspot for...
Even on a misty day, when the fog hangs from the trees, charm clings to New Harmony, Ind. Sara Brown knows this....
Cleo’s Bakery & Brown Bag Lunches 9 W. Jennings St., Newburgh, Ind. • 812-853-0500 •...
Final Detail
In our last issue, we asked readers to share their favorite pictures with us on the social networking site...
Special Advertising Sections
You’re engaged and planning your wedding — what a wonderful time in your lives! Most couples want to...
As a daughter in the three-girl, one-boy lineup of children my parents have raised to adulthood, being economical...
I would like to tell you the story behind this picture. My son, U.S. Navy petty officer third class Kyle Bergman...
Picture a Fido dressed in a miniature tux trotting down the aisle as the ring bearer — the image is nothing...
Piece of Cake 210 Main St. • 812-424-2253 www.pieceofcakeevansville.com Inspiration comes from everywhere,...
Online Exclusives
There she is, holding a glass of champagne. It’s 1962 in Venice, Italy, and Victorine Reubeuze is wearing...
With less than a month to go until the Feb. 3 Super Bowl in New Orleans, we know you're already making plans. And...

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