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September / October 2015

Features
As fall arrives in the Tri-state, the city buzzes with anticipation for the annual West Side Nut Club’s...
“Remember, to be early is to be on time.” It’s one of the first rules students of the Castle...
Inside
Summer seems to be slipping into fall a bit earlier this year. On a sunny day in late August when the temperature...
On July 13, 2005, Mike Shore was given three years to live. Ten years later on Aug. 8, 2015, Shore along with his...
Good Living
My lifelong attraction to trains stems from watching the old “Big 4” Railroad, which ran by my...
At the conclusion of this summer’s season, world-renowned violinist Joshua Bell will have set foot in five...
When walking into Ribeyre Gymnasium, located at 603 Main St. in New Harmony, Indiana, one can feel the history...
The story of 200-year-old Story, Indiana, is a charming one. Like any beloved tale, its characters adhere...
Question: After falling into disrepair following its closing in 2012, could Evansville bring life back to the...
Evansville residents Steve and Susan Harp’s 8-year-old yellow Labrador retriever EVIE SUE often is seen...
Departments
Doug Garrett remembers the date: July 17, 2001. That morning, he was stopped and ticketed for an expired license...
Too often, Indianapolis, Indiana, is a quick destination. We visit for meetings, conferences, concerts, Colts and...
Home Style
The house that sits on 2.4 acres at 619 E. Jennings St. in Newburgh, Indiana, is the result of a plan John and...
When Tammy Trem lost her job at Mead Johnson Nutrition in 2011, the Evansville resident decided it was time to...
Heading into the fall season, I find myself planning more than ever.  Often times people think spring is the...
Traditional recliners seen in many living rooms today have large padded seats and backs covered in a dark fabric....
New Harmony, Indiana, business owner Cindy Smotherman stresses to her estate sale clients not to clean up or throw...
City Life
When Newburgh, Indiana, artist Dakri Sinclair begins a painting, she sometimes writes the words “new...
Shiza Shahid grew up in Pakistan with Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest...
Rock lovers from all 50 states drive many miles to see the gems on display at the Evansville Lapidary Society...
Dining
To find one of Gibson County’s best kept secrets, travel along County Road 800 S. in Fort Branch, Indiana,...
Each morning seven days a week at 10:30 a.m., Tom + Chee opens for business. Before 15 minutes elapse, the...
Overlooking the Ohio River at Marina Pointe, the smell of barbecue permeates through the air. Visitors who...
The average 12-ounce can of cola contains nearly 40 grams of sugar, so when Evansville resident Jacqueline Dente...
During the seven months Scott Schymik spent planning his new Italian restaurant Sauced, no detail went overlooked...
With the holiday season right around the corner, it’s time to get in the a-la-mood for some of the region...
Final Detail
There have been countless documentations of strange manifestations occurring at Willard Library — faucets...
Online Exclusives
Once a dilapidated, forgotten bus terminal, the Evansville Greyhound Station saw its last bus depart in 2007....
To show how stories in the September/October issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this edition...

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