To show how stories in the March/April issue of Evansville Living fit into the broader world, this edition of Link Up brings the Internet to you.
Food Network darling Alton Brown hits the stage at the Old National Events Plaza May 4 for his Eat Your Science tour. If you can’t wait to quell your appetite for Alton with his food demonstrations and antics, then check him out as he hosts and judges the return of Iron Chef Gauntlet on the Food Network starting April 16.
In the early 1950s, the Korean War began as forces from the north invaded South Korea. In response, the United Nations sent troops to aid South Korea, with the majority of the force composed of United States military personnel. A sign showcasing the connection of the 38th parallel that separates the two nations and also runs through Evansville — as well as the troops from the Tri-State who served — was placed at Interstate 69 and the Morgan Avenue exit in 2016. The Waterloo Museum in Iowa also is planning an upcoming exhibit to honor those servicemen who were sent to the conflict.
The AGA, La Cornue, Thermador, and other high-end stoves were the feature of our Home Style section for March/April and also are often the centerpieces of many luxury kitchens. But are these $10,000 plus stoves worth the hefty price tag? Bloomberg Pursuits recently talked to experts about these high-end stoves to see if the BTUs were worth the extra green.