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Issue CoverEvansvill Living July / August 2012 Issue Cover

July / August 2012

Features
This summer celebrates the 61st birthday of Donna, who, when she was four, came to Evansville from Memphis. In her...
Sitting on a bluff overlooking the river, Mike and Rachel Martin’s aluminum refuge is one of their favorite...
Inside
A few days ago, my family discussed two concepts of time: “procrastination is the thief of time” and...
Good Living
It’s been 10 years since Cedric Hustace first was featured in the pages of Evansville Living (“...
Although this isn’t the first appearance Jill Wilderman has made in Evansville Living (“Hollywood...
Urban churches in the 19th and early 20th centuries had few rivals in design, materials, and decoration. Carved...
Nothing is really ended until it is forgotten. These words were particularly fitting at the grave marking for Maj...
As a part of Evansville’s Bicentennial Celebration, organizers hope a commemorative park, across from...
During the two-plus hour bus ride from Evansville to Shepherdsville, Ky., tour guide Pam Reimann delighted us...
The Reitz Home Museum presents it’s 20th Murder Mystery Event on Saturday, Aug. 18, with the production of...
Departments
The stunning countryside that has nurtured The Oaks Golf and Tennis Club was headed for an ignominious demise...
The first Saturday of each month has become a day for the community to give back. While Mayor Lloyd Winnecke was...
Mark Woods may well be the first person you meet when you walk into the downtown Roanoke City Market. Flowers and...
Home Style
Married 38 years, there is not much Norm and Vivian Miller do not agree on. Nowhere is this more evident than when...
As a smaller plant, the heuchera, commonly called coral bell, is a versatile perennial that works well in large...
When Robin Aldrich’s boxer developed cancer at age five, veterinarians recommended leg amputation and...
Escaping the summer heat doesn’t have to mean staying inside. Ideal for an outdoor patio, retractable...
Keeping your vinos at just the right drinking temperatures — it’s a great dilemma. When the wine...
In honor of Evansville’s Bicentennial celebration, the city of Evansville, Keep Evansville Beautiful, and...
As the season for outdoor activities settles in, it’s time to start thinking up ways to make outdoor living...
City Life
Castle High School alumnus Ernie Haase (class of ’83) had just returned from a European tour —...
Half a mile from Main Street, Bokeh Lounge is nestled on Haynie’s Corner in the Evansville Arts District....
Comic snap and crackle, dark humor, drama, the marriage plot — pick your poison, because at New Harmony...
Dining
From gardening to grilling out to lounging poolside, summertime is filled with outdoor activities most of us will...
Since opening in the summer of 2011, the Bokeh Lounge in Downtown’s Arts District has served cocktail...
Need a way to fit healthy meals into crazy, clockwork lives? Don’t have time to cook for yourself or your...
Enjoy dining al fresco? There are plenty of local eateries ready to serve on a terrace, deck, or patio. Whether...
Tucked away on Princeton’s Broadway Street, right next to the town’s public library, Farmer’s...
Never much of a root beer enthusiast, I distinctively remember how surprised I was after my first sip of a root...
Final Detail
The one-third scale replica of Christopher Columbus’ flagship, the “Santa Maria,” has been...
Special Advertising Sections
Grocery stores dedicate aisles to it. Restaurants include options in their menus. Health and fitness magazines...
For two years, The Women’s Hospital in Newburgh, Ind., has offered an innovative donor breast milk program...
TMJ is a disorder in the temporomandibular joint, one of the most complex joints in the body that controls forward...
The first time I donated blood, I passed out. I was 18, barely weighing the 110 pounds necessary to donate. I...
Anxiety disorders now are the most prevalent psychological condition in children and adults in the United States....
You won’t find two stronger proponents of good, old-fashioned hand hygiene than Donna Neufelder and Mellodee...
Mitigating health risk is difficult in a world full of trapdoors and sharp edges (think germs, genes, and...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in our July/August 2012 issue fit into the broader context of world events, this edition of...

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