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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
Hailing from southern Gibson County, Taryn and Aaron were engaged in March 2020 after dating for about eight...
After meeting each other on Facebook, Laureen and Andy Ludwig quickly became friends and started dating in June...
Sticking with a classic theme for their September 2021 wedding, Sarah and Gavin Gruszewski were able to stave off...
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
Peering into the windows of the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana right now, you’re likely to see a...
For the second time this month, Evansville’s Ford Center welcomes college basketball teams from across the...
When Roger Kalia was appointed Music Director of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra in April 2020, he wanted to...
This year’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities are in full swing, and Evansville has no shortage of places...
Though Evansville is primarily known for its strong German heritage, our Irish connections predate the city’...
Since 1987, the month of March has been recognized as Women's History Month to celebrate and study the vital role...
This year’s Severe Weather Preparedness Week for the state of Indiana is March 13-19, and the moral of the...
When the storm clouds finally parted over Tanglewood Wedding and Events Barn in Boonville, Indiana, on April 10,...
With winter winding down, many Evansville nonprofits and community organizations are ramping up their fundraising...
Downtown Evansville has once again been transformed for one of the region’s most anticipated tournaments....
Wesselman Woods’ 44th annual Maple Sugarbush Festival kicks off this weekend, but the elbow grease that goes...
Bar Louie hasn’t been afraid to get creative with their burger recipes in the past, topping this American...
Welcome to our staff Q&A! We periodically introduce you to members of the Tucker Publishing Group team via a...
Evansville’s West Side is famous for its steep hills, German heritage, and unique neighborhoods. But while...
Bryan Neale’s journey from officiating youth football games to umpiring at the Super Bowl almost could be...
Mardi Gras is just around the corner, taking place on March 1, and what better way to celebrate this lively...
As confetti rained onto the field at the conclusion of Super Bowl LVI on Feb. 13, it was the culmination of years...
Each President’s Day, our country recognizes and honors the lives of the nation’s head of state....
As we swiftly approach the two-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic arriving in the Tri-State, area theaters...
Just 20 minutes southeast of downtown Indianapolis, Indiana, Veal’s Ice Tree is a winter spectacle for all...
Planning your Valentine’s Day in a pinch? Evansville Living has you covered. From fancy dinners to clever...
Editor’s Note: A version of this story was published in the July/August 2016 issue of Evansville Living...
 Looking to celebrate your friends with a night of fun? Galentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to...
Editor’s note: This is an extended version of the story that appeared in the January/February 2022 issue of...
Satisfy your sweet tooth by pre-ordering these heartfelt local sweets and treats for Valentine’s Day. Lexi...
Officially recognized by the United States government in 1976, Black History Month is a nationwide commemoration...
Gumbert. Reitz. Koch. Igleheart. Evansville, both past and present, is marked by family names that have impacted...
A far cry from playing Lex Luthor on the WB/CW series “Smallville” — a character TV Guide...
The quesadillas are hot, the tacos are fresh, and the burritos are rich at Ghost Quesadilla’s newest...
It’s the end of January, and you know what that means: Tax season is now officially upon us. This year...
A young man with an old soul — that’s an apt description of Phil Ashenbremer, proprietor of Philthy...
Evansville is an oasis of fried and savory dining options, with meat-based dishes sitting at the top of the list....
Welcome to our staff Q&A! We plan to periodically introduce you to members of the Tucker Publishing Group team...
Young & Established, a nonprofit youth organization at 1308 Vann Ave., unveiled a new mural inside its...
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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