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November / December 2011

Features
It’s not enough to describe the sleek curves and artistic angles of the new, gleaming $127.5 million Ford...
A photo comparison of Roberts Stadium (left column) and the Ford Center (right column). Roberts Stadium: The...
•  290,000 Total square feet at the Ford Center. •  127.5 Million of dollars for the design...
Main Gate Sports Bar & Restaurant – 520 Main St. Less than 0.1 miles from the Ford Center Opened...
Inside
I’m pretty darn excited about the Ford Center. Our entire magazine staff is thrilled about it. For the past...
Good Living
Pinned with tacks on the walls of the University of Evansville’s design conference room are old photographs...
The Cincinnati Bengals did not have the best NFL season last year. They had two talented wide receivers, whom...
On the right side of his vest is one of the most important patches Jack Miller wears: an eagle, wings outstretched...
The holiday season offers such tempting fare as sweet potato casserole (460 calories and 16 grams of fat per seven...
The current debate over the consolidation of city and county governments sounds oddly familiar to people who can...
Departments
Mike Riley and Doug Padgett have been management leaders at WEHT Channel 25 for the better part of nearly four...
Evansville Dance Theatre closed its doors in March 2011 after 30 years serving Evansville’s art community....
Marty Simmons was a stud basketball player. The 6-foot-5-inch forward came to the University of Evansville in 1985...
Home Style
Margaret Haire loves to give new life to old materials. When she and husband Dennis built their East Side home...
When my wife and I decorate for the holiday season, we incorporate plants into the design. Not everything comes...
Nearly 30 years ago, Newburgh, Ind., resident and artist Becky Geis opened a studio in her basement. She taught...
Stepping into the McJohnston-Orr house in the Riverside Historic District is like visiting a museum. Victorian d...
City Life
Ron Snodgrass works with mirrors, not glass. His work varies from the contemporary to the abstract. Snodgrass...
In a naturally lit alcove, on the second floor of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science, are a group...
Somewhere in the middle of the 2011 summer, Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel hosted a media tour at the new arena under...
Dining
Fall. The season between the one I love and the one I hate. Perfection. Beauty. Dull. Drab. All describe the three...
In 2009, the Time Out Lounge looked like it belonged in the 1980s. The longtime bar in the even longer-time...
In a quaint strip mall on the West Side is a cupcakery, the Pacetré Bake and Brew. Owned and operated by...
It’s not that the look of Los Tres Caminos is unique compared to most other Mexican restaurants — it...
Final Detail
Leaving Evansville was the best thing I ever did. Until I came back. I arrived in 1987, fleeing a managerial job...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in our Nov/Dec 2011 issue fit into the broader context of world events, this edition of Link...
Recently, Editor Kristen K. Tucker learned to cook a 5-course French Christmas dinner — in Wisconsin. Under...
On Sept. 15, 2003, John Harris experienced the worst pain he had ever felt in his life. It unrelentingly stabbed...

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