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Issue CoverEvansvill Living March / April 2016 Issue Cover

March / April 2016

Features
Memphis can keep its pit-smoked barbecue with the thin tangy sauce. Kansas City, there’s no need to export...
Through the spring of 2015, those traveling near Raben Tires’ Downtown location may have noticed a...
Inside
Barbecue is a large factor in my earliest food memories of Evansville. I don’t recall eating any barbecue in...
Good Living
On her first day volunteering for Hangers at the Academy for Innovative Studies-Diamond Avenue, former Harwood...
As a kindergarten assistant for Henderson County Schools for 11 years, Heather Lee found herself implementing...
As the 19th state admitted to the Union celebrates its 200th birthday this year, we’re helping ring in...
Tate Fritchley never considered herself a pageant girl. She could speak in front of a group, sure. Carrying on a...
They were known as the queens of the sky, and were the largest machines ever to fly. The rigid airships, called...
As a territory sales manager at a large consumer goods company, Jeff Kinkade answered countless calls, but shortly...
Departments
For the University of Evansville to have a memorable men’s basketball season, it needed to have dependable...
Home Style
It’s time to move your living room outside. Scott Baker, owner of Ahead of the Rest Patio Furnishings, Inc....
Becky Kiesel creates small treasures salvaged from part of Evansville’s history. “Once I started...
City Life
When Rob Millard-Mendez began his undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, in his hometown...
When the new mural timeline exhibit “What Happened Here” debuted in the Evansville Museum of Arts,...
Tri-State musicians move to Nashville, Tennessee, all the time chasing their dreams. Reitz Memorial High School...
Dining
In the past few months Evansville has enjoyed a variety of new restaurant openings, and one specific area of town...
Are you an ice cream person or a frozen yogurt person? Do you prefer sherbet or sorbet?  (And which one...
When David Jones purchased Planters Café & Coffee Bar — formerly Planters Coffeehouse —...
New Harmony is a setting for celebrations. To beat the Winter blahs, a Siberian Lunch Party was held outside, in a...
Derr’s Soda located in Boonville, Indiana, is famous for its secret recipes that are more than 100 years old...
Final Detail
When County Commissioner Joe Kiefer stepped inside the Old Vanderburgh County Courthouse for the first time after...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in the March/April issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this edition of Link...

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