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May / June 2022

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What once was an inconspicuous gallery hidden on Evansville’s far East Side is now a neighborhood art space...
From historic abodes to modern fare, beautiful homes are plentiful in the River City. Our neighborhoods abound...
Good Living
Next time your travels take you beyond the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, head to the Delmar neighborhood...
Relaunched in 2021 after a brief hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Upgrade Bike Share program is a cheap...
With five dollars, big ideas, and bigger hearts, Resurrection Catholic School’s first grade class has turned...
The lifespan of a car often tops out at about 20 years, so it may come as a surprise to see a gleaming 60-year-old...
Acclaimed photographer Mark Edward Harris visited the Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Center at the...
Departments
If you visited one of the 423 parks in the National Park System last year, you were in good company. Outdoor...
Nearly every chair in the gallery of Room 301 in the Civic Center Complex was filled, and an overflow crowd had...
Home Style
Opie & Eleanor’s is a treasure trove of decor, clothing and accessories, original artwork, and more...
Painters often are pictured standing at an easel, working in a studio on a piece that’s been meticulously...
A simple scan of Rare Bird Uncommon Gifts’ store at 2605 Lincoln Ave., and you’ll find plenty of...
Back on the market after a diligent renovation, 2015 E. Blackford Avenue is a modern oasis wrapped in classic...
City Life
At first glance, Kori Miller may seem like a product of the West Coast. His laid-back demeanor exudes a smooth,...
Dining
The bold blue trailer, easily recognizable to Evansville residents as the JB’s Barnyard ice cream truck, had...
It’s patio season in Evansville, and at COMFORT by the Cross-Eyed Cricket, that means a generous serving of...
If you can take your eyes off the flaky doughnuts on display at Parlor Doughnuts at 301 N. Green River Road, you...
The Landing General Manager Sean Swank says he doesn’t have to go outside to know when the sun is setting....
Final Detail
For Michele Gates, photography is more than a hobby. She takes striking, detailed photos of nature, which has...
Pure Evansville
As schools closed to in-person instruction in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students were left...
Online Exclusives
June is here, and with it comes a favorite, yet somehow obscure, event on Evansville’s East Side: The annual...
Evansville celebrates its LGBTQIA+ community the month of June with festivals, a parade, and Pride events at...
Summer in the River City starts this weekend with fresh lemonade, music under the stars, dinosaurs, and Pride...
Robin Lawrence, a Newburgh, Indiana, resident, died peacefully in her home on Thursday, May 19, after battling...
From live music and historic tales to spring markets, plant sales, and bull riding, there’s something fun...
A wealth of craft beer flows from the taps of River City breweries, and what better way to show your appreciation...
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