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July / August 2013

Features
Summer’s just begun. Even if you thought your summer was packed and planned, July and August will be much...
Inside
What are your summer travel plans? There still is plenty of time to form your answer to the question being asked...
Good Living
It seems that adage about location applies to advertising as much as it does to real estate, at least in the case...
In his fifth murder mystery play, author and Evansville Living contributor Kelley Coures has chosen another fact-...
Candice Perry remembers the woman, a successful entrepreneur, well. She was in Perry’s office at the Albion...
In a neighborhood filled with “one bungalow after another,” the house at 1506 E. Indiana St. stands...
Ordinary things have extraordinary potential in the artist’s eye of Posey County native Amy Moore. Moore...
I sat down and gazed into the eyes of my new dog, Spencer. I could not imagine that this guy was rescued only days...
Departments
Eva Mozes Kor is scared. It is August 1993, and in front of her is Dr. Hans Münch, a former Nazi physician...
Frances Enzler has three kids, a husband, and, when she’s not working as an academic advisor and instructor...
Home Style
The aromatic scents of oils and shea butter fill your senses as soon as you walk in the door. If you time it right...
The Girl Scouts may be known for their delicious cookies. But during these hot months, they’re becoming...
While vacationing in Charleston, S.C., my wife and I fell in love with the beautiful gardens throughout the city....
Maps are trending in accessories and home decor these days, and rightly so. While GPS devices and smart phones...
Sue Stuckemeyer walks easily through the hallways of her Arts-and-Crafts style home on Plaza Drive. Smiling...
City Life
Thirty years in education, culminating with a stretch as a middle school principal, would leave most people with...
If you’re looking for an education in Warrick County history, there’s no better place to start than...
Words used to just roll off of Sandy Lee Watkins’ tongue. The man who often referred to himself as “...
Dining
One of my all-time favorite dishes in the summer is a bright caprese salad. Made with seasonal ingredients at the...
On a fact-finding mission to California last year, Derrick Woolbright sampled items from more than 30 food trucks...
Charley Beck isn’t the type of guy to miss breakfast, especially around here. In fact, for the past several...
Memphis-style, dry-rubbed, and slow-smoked barbecue has made its way to Newburgh, Ind. Originally founded by Brian...
There is no suggested time for happy hour during the sizzling summer months. When Evansville temperatures near the...
All you have to do is pick apart a steaming hot plate of pig knuckles to know that Jim and Jerry Chandler know...
Final Detail
It’s still a busy corner  — at least during the workweek. Yet the intersection of Third and Main...
Special Advertising Sections
Steve Oeth was making excuses. He was 20 to 30 pounds overweight, he told himself. He wasn’t used to...
Cognitive disabilities weren’t just a concept for President John F. Kennedy. His eldest sister, Rosemary,...
Online Exclusives
Musical memory begins with Johnny Cash, of course, when recalling my songs of summer — “Jackson,...

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