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Issue CoverEvansvill Living May / June 2016 Issue Cover

May / June 2016

Features
The Feb. 9 revelation to the world of Abraham Lincoln’s mallet kept hidden in Spencer County, Indiana, is a...
Inside
With the early May Indiana primary election over, you might think the world would turn its attention away from the...
Basketball is a culture in the Hoosier state, and it’s in this culture that some of the greatest to play the...
Good Living
TV viewers in the 1970s and 1980s watched as the Crest Team used their giant toothbrushes to defeat the awful...
 “ . . . While our brothers were away on the field of strife and the battle . . . raging, we trusted...
Beverly Knight has never greeted a stranger. The owner and creator of the Azalea Path Arboretum and Botanical...
Connie Gries spent the better part of her Saturday afternoon digging up violets in her garden and putting them in...
Departments
Some places evoke an immediate image, like the Swiss Alps or a castle on the Rhine. But when I told people my wife...
Standing before friends and family during a commencement ceremony is a momentous occasion. But for 24-year-old...
Home Style
While others saw a foreclosed home built into the ground with little natural light, a cracked swimming pool, a...
 It was 1970 when Dan Hadley of Evansville saw an old blue pitcher at a yard sale. “My mother had just...
When one workday ends, another begins for the men behind Cerberus Wood Co. in Owensboro, Kentucky. Brothers-in-law...
For those seeking a fun, creative activity during the sunny days of summer, sun prints are an inexpensive way to...
City Life
In grade school, Judith Powers was a strong student. But her teachers repeatedly reminded the Evansville native...
In 2014, those who walked into the former Princeton, Indiana, movie theater at 301 W. Broadway St., would have...
Dining
In 1826, Betty Hanselman’s family emigrated from Bavaria, Germany, to Jasper, Indiana, a small Midwestern...
Three years ago, fate began brewing something sweet for the owners of Schnitzelbank Restaurant. At the same time...
As a self-proclaimed “meat-a-saurus,” I became nervous when it was suggested to me that I create a...
When Paige and Rodney Miller took over ownership of the Highland Inn, 6620 N. First Ave., in June 2015, they...
Final Detail
Eight drum and bugle corps from all over the nation will march into the River City for a heart-pounding night of...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in the May/June issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this edition of Link Up...

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