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Issue CoverEvansvill Living May / June 2014 Issue Cover

May / June 2014

Features
While skylines define many cities, Evansville is distinguished by its vibrant and varied neighborhoods. Picking a...
The central core of Evansville, radiating outward from the Downtown business grid that sits at a 45-degree angle,...
Inside
We bought our first home in 1994 — a very nice home on Southfield Road in Arcadian Acres on Evansville...
It’s time for Christy Rolley to start living again. The 48-year-old Newburgh, Ind., resident has had a few...
Good Living
On Sept. 6, 1620, the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 pilgrims and 50 crewmembers. The trip marked...
With a decades-long career in corporate management, Rebecca Hazelton had it made — until her employer,...
The late radio news (television wasn’t here yet) on the frigid evening of Jan. 3, 1951, was focused on the...
The five current leaders (or “Doomanati” as they joke in a whisper) of The Arts Council of Doom...
In 1907, the Southern Railway completed its new rail line from Evansville to French Lick, Ind. The new line...
Twenty-year-old Meghan Gallagher’s Facebook page says a lot about the aspiring country singer: she likes to...
Jill Hollman-Walker met Sherman Greer, the now-retired Vanderburgh County Emergency Management Director, at Droste...
Shortly after last year’s Women’s Fund of Vanderburgh County annual meeting, where members listened as...
Departments
On June 23, the Web.com arm of the PGA Tour returns to the Tri-State with the United Leasing Championship. This...
Its curved corners and metal exterior panels make Evansville’s old Greyhound bus station stand out. Though...
Ten years ago I wrote about sailing with “Windjammer” through the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and...
Home Style
You don’t have to be a professional landscaper to have a beautiful garden or outdoor space to enjoy. Members...
When I was at Purdue University, I am sure that my parents would never have thought that they would be paying for...
As independent producer Jane Owen continues to work with WNIN TV on its program called “Evansville’s...
For several years, Sherry Wright hoped to relocate her family from Lincolnshire Historic District to the...
City Life
As a man who grew up just outside of Manhattan but left his native state of New Jersey to attend Arizona State...
The photos are up, the awards and medals are on display, and a giant cartoon caricature of Marcia Yockey is...
Dining
In early 2012, New Harmony residents Mike and Angie Woodburn were invited by their neighbors to travel to Mount...
Husband and wife team Shaun and Molly Angel are on a mission to improve the health of Tri-State residents. Their...
An 80-year-old salad … sounds appetizing, right? With so many things changing in the culinary arena over...
One of the hottest trends sweeping restaurants is artisan flatbreads. While similar in appearance to a pizza,...
Whenever I eat good Thai food, I think of that junior high biology class diagram of the tongue. It charted the...
Final Detail
July 17, 1915, was declared a holiday in Evansville. A band marched from Sunset Park all the way to the city...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in the May/June issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader context of world events, this...
Few people realize that the Kentucky Derby is not the final race of the day at Churchill Downs on the First...

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