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May / June 2013

Features
The idea behind this issue’s feature on patriotism was largely organic. After all, patriotism is as much in...
Inside
I have long viewed Evansville as a very patriotic city. My vision is shaped by experiences growing up here as the...
Good Living
It took months of planning and lots of hard work. Yet in the end, Megan Wade raised more than $4,000 for the...
Charlotte Austin’s time was consumed by two things from January to March 1980: stars and stripes. An...
Posey County jeweler Laine Benthall, 29, adjusts the flame on her jeweler’s torch, which is so hot it burns...
Some people have one “Who” moment. Evansville resident Todd Hubbard has been lucky enough to have...
During the last week of June and the first week of July in downtown Evansville, the community puts on its red,...
When you’re a civilian, you’re aware of the discipline involved in being a soldier. But you don’...
Some people are intimidated by art, or I should say by creating art. Although I took art classes in high school,...
When Karen Wilhite Williams battled a recurrence of breast cancer in 2010, her sister was there for her every step...
Departments
Lilly King is living the typical life of a high-level competitive swimmer. Make that a typical 16-year-old, high-...
Nearly 125,000 American servicemen and servicewomen are interred in 24 American military cemeteries in eight...
Home Style
A loosely-clustered arrangement of complementary flowers gives the look of a freshly-cut garden bouquet...
It’s easy to be intimidated by tile. After all, it’s long been an art form. Glazed bricks were used on...
She was there to support and cheer for her oldest son, a swimmer. Yet while he was in the water competing in...
Planting summer annuals is a great way to bring a burst of color into your landscape. Annuals are plants that are...
It’s all for the babies. That’s what Andrea Halbig says about her three children, her SnickerDoodle...
It’s not every day you walk in the footprints of your ancestors — unless you’re Houston and...
City Life
Originally from Oxford, Ohio (a small town near Cincinnati), Steve Gifford, 42, planted roots in Haubstadt, Ind.,...
Since Willard Library opened in 1885, it has provided quality programs and unique resources for the community....
Dining
Readers familiar with my recipes know that I always try to take something delicious and seemingly complex and add...
Take everything you know about dining out in the Tri-State and throw it out the window. Approaching Henderson...
Just six months old, R’z Café and Catering in Fort Branch, Ind., is fast becoming a favorite of...
Grab plenty of napkins and settle down with a spoon, because the Bananas Foster sundae at Ben & Penny’s...
Bourbon: it’s more than a drink in a glass. By law, all of the ingredients to make this rich, amber whiskey...
Final Detail
President Harry Truman designated National Flag Day as June 14 of each year when he signed an Act of Congress on...
Online Exclusives
In our May/June issue of Evansville Living, we presented you with a list of war memorials in Evansville. Here is...

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