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November / December 2013

Features
Lucky for us, each holiday season we hear from readers insisting they know someone who has “the best”...
Inside
Have you ever wondered what happens when a more than a billion volts of electricity strike a building? Our company...
Just over a year and a half ago, Evansville Living featured one of Indiana’s most prominent basketball...
Good Living
It’s not every day that you meet someone with an alter ego, unless you’ve met Ron Smith. At 60, this...
“On the Road,” Jack Kerouac’s iconic 1950s novel that launched the Beat Generation and its...
As a freelance game creator, Clint Corley has worked with his fiancee, Sarah Thurman, to market a family friendly...
“My pieces are not for everyone,” says Eric Gourieux, the artist behind the wood sculptures displayed...
Brooklynn Pace stands out, but not only because of her height. This 5-foot-9-inch preteen radiates personality,...
Seven decal-covered Jeep Wranglers making their way around the city are more than patrol vehicles for high schools...
The days of ladies donning white gloves and hats for a day of shopping downtown are long gone, but at 321 Third St...
Evansville Living was founded on a question: Why not Evansville? We think it’s a question that can be asked...
Departments
Who are the best sports fans? The question is as old as sport itself, with every sport and municipality claiming...
They could just throw parties and pop open bottles of champagne. But that’s not how Steve Titzer and Ron and...
Home Style
All Aboard! For 25 years, the Local Loco Model Railroad Club has been conducting area model railroad shows for...
It’s often said that all art is subjective. This couldn’t be more true for Evansville residents J....
Snow globes are a holiday favorite, and you can design one that fits perfectly with your other winter décor...
Details matter. Just ask an architect who takes the time to craft an elegant building design, or an artist...
“You could easily study your clients for three months, go to parties with them, spend a weekend in their...
City Life
GBF Radio has long been the rowdy yell of a very conservative city. Rock music. Raunchy humor. Or another, more...
It’s that time of the year when the smell of cookies fills the air, confectioners sugar mimics freshly...
At age 6, Tepa Hall, now a resident of northeast Texas, climbed a 20-foot pole that was no more than two inches in...
From catching passes from football legend Peyton Manning to entertaining thousands alongside Grammy-nominated Jim...
Dining
The Nutcracker popularized the Sugar Plum Fairy. Now, the Coffee Cottage & Café makes it delicious, too...
Luck, you could say, has nothing to do with the quality of a dinner at Cavanaugh’s. In the upscale...
Bacon, bourbon, pizza, fried chicken, and beer — for many, these dishes and drinks elicit strong and almost...
Teresa Alexander doesn’t need Christmas music or an Advent calendar to bake springerles. This Evansville...
It’s not the type of meal that’s typically put together at the last minute. For those who often host...
“Do you want to make a pumpkin pie?” She hands me her trusty recipe book and points me to her kitchen...
Final Detail
These days, many know of the Salvation Army from its ubiquitous red kettles that collect coins and bills for the...

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