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Issue CoverEvansvill Living November / December 2015 Issue Cover

November / December 2015

Features
Do you seek the refuge of the mountains, a cultural destination with a dash of southern hospitality? Or do...
As the holiday season hits its peak, family gatherings fill the calendar. Whether you are playing the role of host...
Inside
I hardly can believe the holiday season is here. Producing the November/December issue always gets us in the...
At 1:46 a.m. on Nov. 6, 2005, after a particularly warm and breezy Saturday in the Tri-State, Vanderburgh County...
Good Living
Julie Struck is a self-described servant leader — a person who spends her life being of service and...
Thirty four species of duck reside in Southern Indiana for a few months out of every year — most of them...
Steve Morgan has been singing his whole life, and now a hobby that started in the historic halls of Indiana...
The third graders at St. Benedict Cathedral School are on their way to becoming HEROES. The HEROES Initiative,...
Many scholars and historians of World War II acknowledge that it was American materials that won the war for the...
Evansville native Laura Ferguson began attending Youth Resources of Southwestern Indiana’s Teen Advisory...
Departments
Whether you bleed Indianapolis Colts blue or sing the “Bengal Growl” Fight Song, every football fan...
Doctors throughout Indiana and in the local region of the Southwestern Hospital District (which includes the...
Home Style
As passersby stop into the newly-opened location of Re:Creation Designs Studio, they share stories of the space...
While at a nursery gathering plants for a job, I was surprised when the nursery owner commented that he hasn...
Crochet has come a long way since the days of the Granny Square Vest crafted into symmetrical flower patterns. As...
Before the Nussmeier family moved from McCutchanville to the Lincolnshire area of Evansville, the simple pleasures...
City Life
Early October brought a rush of activity to the home of Matthew O’Neill on Sunset Avenue in Downtown...
Evansville native Don Mattingly, a former New York Yankees captain and recently named manager of the Miami Marlins...
An annual Evansville holiday favorite will transport visitors to the Victorian era when it begins its Christmas...
With a mix of bright colors, song and dance, and sweeping story lines, Bollywood movies are designed to provide an...
Dining
After 11 years in business in Evansville, Bonefish Grill’s Managing Partner Scott West says the restaurant...
Grilled cheese sandwiches are one of the most beloved items in the American diet. The butter, bread, and cheese...
The French term “vol-au-vent” often refers to a small puff pastry with a hollow center filled with...
The Hagedorn’s Tavern building, located on 2037 W. Franklin St., was built in 1883 for Philip Mundo and...
Inspired by delicious small plates, Spanish wine, and the ambience of a European bistro, guests at Sips and...
The timeless couples throughout culinary history include salt and pepper, peanut butter and jelly, and, of course...
Final Detail
For the people of Pigeon Creek, April 30, 1957, was moving day. Almost all the houseboats on the creek were...
Online Exclusives
To show how stories in the November/December issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this edition...

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