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Issue CoverEvansvill Living September / October 2011 Issue Cover

September / October 2011

Features
Nearly one year ago, the Evansville Living staff met to discuss the editorial calendar for the year when someone...
One year after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in lower Manhattan and Washington, D.C., Evansville Living dedicated...
Aaron Dewees joined the U.S. Army in August 2001. He is from a long line of veterans. His paternal grandfather...
Inside
Of course you have considered the impending 9/11 anniversary before picking up this magazine. Through a decade of...
Good Living
For years, my parents — regular season ticket holders for the Indianapolis Colts — have found a theme...
A flimsy tower of baseball cards teeters next to a precarious stack of boxes (cigar and oatmeal crème pie)...
Who is he? Kenny Page Jr. Where is he? Alvord Boulevard Why is he there? To help others finish a half-marathon,...
The classic drink at the Kentucky Derby? The mint julep. But the whiskey, water, sugar, and mint leaf cocktail isn...
Monday, Jan. 7, 1861, was a chilly evening in Evansville. A formally dressed crowd of prosperous citizens had...
Inside the Memorial Baptist Church gym on a Monday night, the lights dimmed, and a glow from the projector...
Departments
Inside the Jackson home, an imposing old structure in Evansville’s Riverside Historic District, is a...
Sometimes, it feels like there are more Band-Aids and bugs floating in Lloyd Pool than swimmers, and before the...
Last fall, I traveled on Wisconsin’s Great River Road, a National Scenic Byway. The passage meanders through...
Home Style
For more than 140 years, the monks of St. Meinrad Archabbey in Ferdinand, Ind., have operated an on-site printing...
Plenty of purists believe certain liquors should have no ice. The smoky peat of Scotch should be enjoyed, they...
I love fall. The cooler temperatures make relaxing outside tolerable, but it’s also Mother Nature...
Lambert D. Johnson placed his home inside a subdivision that would later take the name Johnson Place. He was the...
City Life
Kate Kasenow was finishing her master’s degree at Savannah College of Art and Design in 2010 when an editor...
In the Lithograph displayed on the second floor of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science is Jane...
Like a love letter, the lyrics tell of longing — the deep kind only properly expressed through the rhythmic...
Dining
When I step into Casino Aztar’s new restaurant the Riverside Cookery, I feel like I am stepping into Memaw...
When cooking for children, keep in mind the ease of execution and taste. In kid terms: Is it done yet? Is it yummy...
Ri Ra Irish Pub is synonymous with live music, drink specials, and a night out with friends. But by day, this...
Pure Evansville
So beloved is the 1939 Greyhound terminal, built in the Art Moderne style and clad in enameled steel panels, that...
Online Exclusives
Vote for the Best of Evansville – your opportunity to name the best of the best in Evansville! The 11th...
In our September/October 2011 issue, you read about talented musicians in the River City. Now hear them. Right...
A Tragedy Remembered – Our feature “9/11 Remembered” shows how the terrorist attacks a decade...

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