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Issue CoverEvansvill Living March / April 2010 Issue Cover

March / April 2010

Features
The Progression Matrix:   Our simplification of Evansville from 2000-2010 Look around this city. What...
Home is where the heart is, and area homes have been at the heart of Evansville Living since the magazine’s...
You don't have to stick with the dollar menu to eat cheaply. Here's our guide to eating on a budget: Burger Bank...
Inside
Check out photos submitted by our readers, featuring them with a copy of Evansville Living in an interesting place...
Thank you! I can begin my 61st letter in this magazine in no other way. I would be well served if those two words...
Good Living
Evansville’s Main Street has changed considerably in the past decade. We opened it to traffic, developed a...
Growing up in Evansville, some of Brian Williams’ fondest moments came from his days as a Boy Scout —...
Before Rosie the Riveter flexed her muscles to inspire millions of American women during World War II, the women...
Every issue of Evansville Living contains more than 100 pages, each of which goes through several rounds of...
At age 22, Iryna McCraw came to the United States from Eastern Europe to pursue bodybuilding. Why would a young,...
Departments
I love Florida, and I’m not alone — our subscription records tell this story. Outside of the immediate...
At one time or another, everyone has wished they could take back something they either said or wrote. Imagine, if...
Bundled in a down jacket, warm-ups, and mittens, George Ann Griffin Atkinson stands on the sidelines of the rink...
Eight years ago, LaMeshia Mitchell found herself in what she calls a crisis housing situation. She needed time...
Home Style
Though the hundreds of bathroom and kitchen fixtures and appliances available in the Ferguson Enterprises home...
The Colonial Revival home at 620 Washington Ave. once was part of a majestic corridor filled with beautiful,...
Could anything be better than a day filled with beer, bourbon, and barbecue? Wait. How about those ingredients all...
City Life
Last year, Cirque du Soleil played in 271 cities in 32 countries, and in February 2010, the Canada-based circus...
Partygoers to celebrations this winter season didn’t let a succession of storms stand between them and the...
Sixteen years ago, Tom Wintczak was the furthest thing from a trained artist: The Whiting, Ind., native earned a...
Flavors
Recently, when my husband and I invited another couple over for dinner, I confidently chose a tried-and-true...
When Christa Kramer isn’t whipping Evansvillians into shape at one of the YMCA’s aerobics classes, she...
Pad Thai with tofu, rice paper-wrapped salad rolls, and a grilled Provençal vegetable sandwich. While these...
Every few years, Americans find a new nutritional evil. First, fat (the saturated kind found in meat and dairy...
Pure Evansville
Long ago, Millie the Tyrannosaurus rex was just a boy dinosaur named Rex in Indianapolis. When the Koch Family...
Online Exclusives
The 23rd president of the University of Evansville, Dr. Thomas A. Kazee, and his wife Sharon come to Evansville...
The Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage, a planned 42-mile pedestrian/bicycle path encircling the city, is years from...
Spring weather means it’s time to step outside for a walk, but would drivers please yield to pedestrians...

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