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May / June 2009

Evansville Living

Parade of Honor

Jessica Ellington is silent as she browses through photographer Mark McCoy’s images of the day she returned home from Iraq after a nine-month deployment. On that sunny morning last November, Ellington, 26, was riding atop a fire truck, the eighth

Parade of Honor

Jessica Ellington is silent as she browses through photographer Mark McCoy’s images of the day she returned home from Iraq after a nine-month deployment. On that sunny morning last November, Ellington, 26, was riding atop a fire truck, the eighth

An Ancient Shoe Isn’t Just For Russell Crowe

When dedicated follower of fashion Isabella Fine browsed the pages of her spring fashion and lifestyle magazines, including Vogue and Vanity Fair, she noticed immediately the Grecian style of footwear making a comeback this season — gladiator sandals. What struck

At Home in Garden

When Jeff and Pat Swan relocated to Evansville four years ago from their longtime home in Baton Rouge, La., their home furnishings weren’t the only things packed up and moved. Much of what was rooted in their backyard came, too.

Weather’s Worth

On Dec. 24, 2004, a record-setting 19.3 inches of snow covered the Tri-State in one day, but the snow that fell on Jan. 27, 2009, caused far more damage. The five inches of snow, combined with an inch of solid

Weather Watch

In Evansville, the weather offers plenty to discuss — wicked winter wind chills, spring storms, and the summer humidity. Here, we look beyond the daily highs and the chance of rain. How does the weather define our city? We’ve teamed

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Clean Start

While her more popular classmates were trying out for the Honey Bears dance team at Evansville Central High School in the early 1980s, Megan Holley, a self-described loner, was hunched down in a seat at the North Park cinema, watching