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September / October 2012

Features
With the right script, a knowledgeable director, a creative cast and crew, and a dedicated pool of community...
Considered by many “experts” to be a team that could never seriously contend with the powerhouse...
The 2012 Castle High School football season promises to be a special one for Castle quarterback Mitch Gilles. If...
Inside
 I hope you all had a good summer. “Where did it go?” everyone seems to be saying as we head into...
Good Living
Five months before Evansville’s YWCA celebrated its 100th anniversary in March 2011, the organization turned...
In the southwestern corner of Evansville’s Downtown YMCA parking lot sit two rows of 4-by-4-foot metal boxes...
On June 9, 2008, while Heath Eric was working as the director of marketing at the Executive Inn Rivermont in...
From hieroglyphics to today’s modern sculpture, the most interesting and beautiful art is the art that tells...
If you were an adult living in Evansville from 1947 until 1950, you likely began your morning with a cup of...
Bridge, the mysterious, complex card game you remember your grandmother and her friends playing on folding tables...
Departments
If you think it is tough cutting through the rhetoric of the presidential campaign, try grasping the referendum on...
Springtime in the south is an easy lure for me. I enjoy spring anywhere it is, and if it’s a few weeks...
Home Style
Hiding in plain sight, rarely seen by most of Evansville, is one of the city’s most historically significant...
Michelle Buse first became interested in antiques as a child growing up in the farming community of Huntingburg,...
Recently, a friend asked me what the proper way to compost was. I chuckled, because composting can be as...
City Life
Dominating the foyer of Evansville artist Billy Hedel’s Downtown home is a mosaic tile table. Hedel created...
Since 1885, Willard Library has been a historic staple in Evansville. Throughout the decades, stories beyond the...
During the day, John Helfrich is a local butcher, but after sunset, he trades in his knife for a paintbrush....
Dining
Fall is my favorite time of the year for smells. From sweet, apple pie-esque aromas to the earthy essence of...
Five years ago, Oklahoma-born and California-raised Gigi Butler received a call from her brother in New York City...
Since beginning as a staff writer for Tucker Publishing Group last year, I’ve been added to the taskforce of...
Rivet, one of several beer choices at Franklin Street’s new Tin Man Brewing Co., promises to whet your...
One mile east of downtown Boonville, Ind., sits the cozy and casual dining staple, Logsdon’s Restaurant. Its...
Kelsee Newman does not play volleyball. She is not a pole-vaulter, gymnast, hurdler, sprinter, or curler. In fact...
Final Detail
Jeanne Amsler, professor of art history and humanities at Ivy Tech Community College, snapped a black and white...
Online Exclusives
In our September/October 2012 issue of Evansville Living, we present three local filmmakers who used Evansville...
Vote for the Best of Evansville! Tell us the latest and greatest the city has to offer! The 12th annual Best of...
To show how stories in our Sept/Oct 2012 issue fit into the broader context of world events, this edition of Link...

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