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March / April 2018

Features
Religious buildings — among the most historic, architecturally distinguished, lavishly ornamented structures...
Inside
One of the things I most enjoy while traveling is visiting churches. A trip to New York City should include a stop...
Good Living
Few people on the elevated section of the Lloyd Expressway west of Pigeon Creek realize they are crossing a former...
Spring has sprung in Evansville and nothing shows off the season better than the blooming tulips outside the...
Erik Beck describes himself as a wanderer, whether it’s meandering the wildlife refuge at Blue Grass Fish...
Jason Burton admits talking has never been his forte. But after four years of hosting the Evansville Podcast,...
As the tail end of winter leaves the Ohio River Valley, cool air often wrestles with warmer temperatures. For...
Departments
William Wooten, MD, founded Youth First in March 1998 with just his checkbook in his back pocket. Twenty years...
Home Style
Jake and Janell Bessler believe it was fate that brought them to their Lincolnshire home. After moving into the...
Sara Rhoades wasn’t supposed to be in a soap making class — she had purchased the spot for...
It’s almost impossible to miss the big yellow house on the corner of Michigan Street and Wabash Avenue....
City Life
Stephen Plunkett enrolled in the University of Evansville’s Department of Theatre in 1999 counting on close...
Dining
  It’s human nature to stick with flavors you know you like, but at D-Ice, trying something new is...
When deciding where to go for brunch, a long list of restaurants probably pop in your head; but some of the best...
Kimberly Hinton and Ava Demps can’t have visitors in their home without feeding them a meal before they...
Granola Jar owner Nealie Anthony was knee-deep in her holiday rush of gift baskets and catering orders when she...
Final Detail
On Jan. 4, 2018, Evansville was notified Sears would leave the city after more than 92 years. Over the decades...

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