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May / June 2010

Features
Last year, a multistate organization called hundreds of residents in the Ohio River basin to ask how they used the...
Recently, Evansville Living traveled to four cities to explore the culinary heritage of some of the region’s...
On a busy Lincoln Avenue is an area commonly known as the “state hospital grounds.” The general term...
Inside
Check out photos submitted by our readers, featuring them with a copy of Evansville Living in an interesting place...
When my family moved from Melcher, Iowa, to Evansville in 1971, I recall my parents talking to me about the Ohio...
Good Living
Inside the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Coliseum, fierce roller derby women throw elbows at competitors,...
That guy in the picture? That’s me. I normally don’t look so cool, but the vehicle I’m driving...
On June 19, 1865, Union troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, bringing important news from the North: President...
Departments
After losing a substantial amount of weight, Tim Holt had more energy, felt better, and was healthier. But...
Mike Blake’s voice — almost Barry White deep — commands attention. The smooth, clear voice...
Tears welled up in the hazel eyes of 10-year-old Gretchen Smith as she scanned the casting sheet for the...
Many people traveling to Washington, D.C., for the first time are on some middle school band, chorus, history...
Home Style
After a two-year experience in self-proclaimed “semi-retirement,” Terry Lewis is back. Of course, his...
Evansville Living is several months into its newest Idea Home, and though the previous showcase homes featured new...
The world’s most popular vegetable actually is a fruit. For years, there was much debate on whether a...
Absent from the shelves of John Nugent’s garage are paint cans, ladders, and gardening tools. Instead, the...
When the old-fashioned debuted (circa the early 1800s) as a breakfast drink, it was strong: small amounts of water...
City Life
Jerry Lawler would be, well, just Jerry Lawler if it weren’t for his crown and penchant for piledriving...
Dressed in a jean skirt, a red cowboy hat, white boots, and an American flag scarf, a 3-year-old Natasha Neely...
Dining
In September 2006, Food Network star Rachael Ray arrived on the set of ABC’s Good Morning America to tell...
This February at the Winter Olympic Games, snowboarders flipped and twisted on the halfpipe, figure skaters landed...
Previously, my sake experience involved one choice: whatever was served at the nearest Japanese restaurant. It was...
Pure Evansville
When azaleas bloom each spring, the homeowners on the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Roosevelt Drive open their...
Online Exclusives
As president of Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, Ind., Will Koch’s career was...
(Updated June 8, 2010) This spring, Evansville Living magazine once again earned a national nomination for the...
This Memorial Day, we're featuring three pieces of Evansville's public art that honor those who died in service to...
Swimming happily along the Ohio River like the queen of fresh water is a carp bigger than a truck. That’s...
If you can’t make it to The Brown Hotel, try the famed recipe to experience a true Louisville original. The...
In 1986, Robert Matthews, then executive director of the Center City Corp. (a predecessor to the Growth Alliance...

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