February 17, 2019
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Articles in: Final Detail

Chris Cooke, Evansville City Cemeteries
- 3 years 40 weeks ago
More than 4 million people visit Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, annually. Rooted in history, it’s the resting place for 14,000...
Emily Patton
- 3 years 49 weeks ago
Tens of thousands of photos have crossed our desks in the 15 years we’ve published Evansville Living. With up to 200 photos in many issues...
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 5 weeks ago
Like most cities, Evansville is made up of neighborhoods. From the long-forgotten Babytown to the often-discussed Jacobsville, the city’s...
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 14 weeks ago
The four-car train rolled slowly along Division Street, carrying Mayor Russell Lloyd and former Mayor Frank McDonald among its 130 passengers. It was...
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 22 weeks ago
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign. There are so many signs along the landscape that we all sort of overlook them. But there are some pretty cool signs in...
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 31 weeks ago
In the next few days, the first Posey County melons will be ready for harvest. But they won’t actually be in Posey County. Frey Farms produces...
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 41 weeks ago
July 17, 1915, was declared a holiday in Evansville. A band marched from Sunset Park all the way to the city’s brand-new athletic stadium,...
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 48 weeks ago
On May 10, 1814, George Rapp wrote to the Harmonists living in Harmony, Penn., telling them he’d found a suitable place in the Indiana...
Evansville Living Staff
- 5 years 5 weeks ago
At Tucker Publishing Group, almost every one of us has a story relating to a family member or a friend who has suffered from multiple heart attacks,...
Theresa Scheller
- 5 years 14 weeks ago
These days, many know of the Salvation Army from its ubiquitous red kettles that collect coins and bills for the poor. Yet the work of this social...
Jon Haslam
- 5 years 22 weeks ago
For 91 years, the West Side Nut Club has hosted the renowned Fall Festival that beckons us to W. Franklin Street the first full week of October. This...
Kelley Coures
- 5 years 32 weeks ago
It’s still a busy corner  — at least during the workweek. Yet the intersection of Third and Main streets in Downtown Evansville is...
Evansville Living Staff
- 5 years 40 weeks ago
President Harry Truman designated National Flag Day as June 14 of each year when he signed an Act of Congress on Aug. 3, 1949. Yet residents of the...
Victoria Grabner
- 5 years 48 weeks ago
No one knows Evansville Americana like Dennis Haire. He and his wife, Margaret, love to preserve the history of this city, and their collection of...
Evansville Living Staff
- 6 years 4 weeks ago
In our last issue, we asked readers to share their favorite pictures with us on the social networking site Instagram. We received more than 100...
Brennan Girdler
- 6 years 14 weeks ago
On March 27, 1812, Hugh McGary Jr. made the land purchase for present-day Evansville. Our city has experienced growing pains and unexpected joys...
Brennan Girdler
- 6 years 23 weeks ago
Jeanne Amsler, professor of art history and humanities at Ivy Tech Community College, snapped a black and white photograph of the Ross Theatre right...
Brennan Girdler
- 6 years 32 weeks ago
The one-third scale replica of Christopher Columbus’ flagship, the “Santa Maria,” has been landlocked at Mesker Park Zoo &...
Paul Leingang
- 6 years 40 weeks ago
For many people, it’s a driver’s license. Or a cap and gown. A first apartment. It is a rite of passage into another stage of life. For...
Evansville Living Staff
- 6 years 48 weeks ago
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the founding of Evansville, we’re devoting the back page of Evansville Living – the Final Detail...