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January / February 2022

Features
 On a drizzling November morning, Evansville bid adieu to its tallest skyscraper and 50 years of memories....
Inside
With each passing year, we mourn and celebrate the lives of members of the community who made a difference in...
The thick cloud of dust emerging from the imploded Old National Bank tower on Nov. 21 slowly rolled across...
Happy New Year! It is my great privilege to wish Evansville Living readers good tidings again. Thank you for...
Good Living
No matter your age, it’s never too late to engage in an active, healthy lifestyle. Sam Rogers, a 60-year-old...
Two hours south of Evansville, on the corridor linking the River City with Nashville, Tennessee, are two smaller...
Making its international debut Sept. 26, 2021, at Milan Fashion Week, Emily Gartner’s “The Good Earth...
Law enforcement officers respond to incidents involving death, narcotic use, custody disputes, and domestic...
The exposed brick walls of Philthy Vintage Clothing (2017 W. Franklin St.) are covered in racks of rock band T-...
Home Style
For Evansville native and Amothecary owner Tara Bouillet, the illuminating blue of a Scarce Morpho butterfly or...
Thousands of collectibles line the stalls of Riverside Antique Mall (1205 E. Riverside Drive), but of all the...
Onlookers have long admired the sprawling estate across from Rolling Hills Country Club and Golf Course in...
The wild outdoors of McCutchanville offer a bounty of space for playing around with home construction, and many...
City Life
In 1939, before the University of Southern Indiana existed, 7-year-old Philip Hagemann took his first piano...
Dining
It’s Sunday morning. The sun rises, church bells toll, your neighbor’s annoying rooster crows, and you...
Boonville, Indiana’s latest downtown restaurant, 3rd Street Saloon at 118 S. 3rd St., has been dishing out...
The type of oven used to cook a pizza often can make or break the Italian original, but most experts agree the...
As colder weather continues to creep into the Tri-State, warm winter treats are must-have items to keep your head...
Online Exclusives
The Old National Bank Tower is no more. Brought to the ground in November 2021 by a controlled demolition fueled...
You played classic games in the arcade, drank craft beer from the taps, and sipped creative cocktails in the...
Though January isn’t typically one of the year’s most event-filled months, there are still several...
The new year is here, and with it comes innumerable attempts at self-improvement. Many resolutions center around...
It’s a new year, and that means new restaurants and bars are breaking into the Evansville dining scene....
With the holiday season coming to a close, an oft-dreaded experience follows — undecorating your home and...
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