February 21, 2017
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Articles in: Features

Evansville Living Staff
- 4 weeks 5 days ago
Selected by the readers and editors of Evansville Living, these local businesses, restaurants, people, and events are the best of all our city has to...
Trista Lutgring and Nicole Neff
- 5 weeks 4 days ago
The complaints of residents saying there is nothing to do and nowhere to go have all but gone away. The almost audible groans of business owners...
Nicole Neff, Trista Lutgring, Stan Schmitt, and Sean Adams
- 12 weeks 5 days ago
It’s just not the holidays without ___________? Ask anyone to complete this sentence, and you likely will receive an array of answers. Often...
TRISTA LUTGRING
- 20 weeks 5 hours ago
Jeff Friedlund was fresh out of college, a graduate of Vincennes University, when he started working at Spa City U.S.A. in 1997. An Evansville native...
evansville Living Staff
- 21 weeks 6 days ago
For years, the Tri-State has warmly welcomed Evansville Living and its readers to come inside for a tour of their homes. Whether a grand estate or a...
Evansville Living Staff & Contributors
- 22 weeks 21 hours ago
To the rest of the world, she’s America’s outspoken Olympic swimmer who won her first two gold medals in Rio. But to those who really...
Trista Lutgring and Emily Miles
- 29 weeks 21 min ago
We have a question for you. How much time would you say your smartphone takes from you? Ten percent of your day? Fifty? Eighty? Those hand-held...
Trista Lutgring and Emily Miles
- 31 weeks 4 days ago
The classic American barn — few images appeal so strongly to our collective conscious as the big red (or white) barn majestically rising from...
Trista Lutgring
- 32 weeks 6 days ago
The exterior of Madonna and Norb Niemeier’s house located north of Evansville near Darmstadt does not immediately allude to an overly unique...
Emily Patton
- 37 weeks 5 hours ago
When Robert E. Griffin gave $5 million to the University of Southern Indiana in 2014, he firmly declared the money wasn’t a donation — it...
Kristen K. Tucker
- 39 weeks 6 days ago
The Feb. 9 revelation to the world of Abraham Lincoln’s mallet kept hidden in Spencer County, Indiana, is a story of family friendships forged...
Mark Mathis
- 44 weeks 1 day ago
“A labor of love, absolutely,” says Dean Brinker. “It’s a choice that you make, but to have a career in the golf business,...
Evansville Living Staff
- 48 weeks 4 days ago
Memphis can keep its pit-smoked barbecue with the thin tangy sauce. Kansas City, there’s no need to export yours, smoked over hickory and...
Trista Lutgring
- 48 weeks 4 days ago
Through the spring of 2015, those traveling near Raben Tires’ Downtown location may have noticed a transformation occurring on Fourth Street....
Emily Patton
- 1 year 5 days ago
The face behind the oldest continuous manufacturing business in Evansville is an owner who has been alive only for a quarter of its tenure. When the...
Evansville City View Staff
- 1 year 2 weeks ago
Whether you have lived in Evansville your entire life or are passing through for only a few days, Evansville City View offers you an illustrated...
Bradie Gray & Armon Siadat
- 1 year 2 weeks ago
It’s often said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. With a bounty of diners, cafés, and restaurants in Evansville, it...
Evansville Living Staff
- 1 year 5 weeks ago
Each year, readers cast their votes and we, editors of the magazine, share insider information — our own favorites — about the people,...
Philip R. Hooper
- 1 year 5 weeks ago
Albert E. Stokes had a vision. It was 1909, and as the president of Progressive Reality Company, Stokes was attuned to residential development and...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 10 weeks ago
Among the activity in Downtown Evansville lies a movement to preserve the buildings and spaces of the area. From the Greyhound Bus Terminal to...