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September / October 2021

Features
It’s time again to celebrate the local businesses, community leaders, attractions, and events that light up...
Inside
Anyone watching the recent Tokyo Olympics likely heard the Tri-State mentioned on air. Competitive swimmer and...
Good Living
When Lewis Browning retired as a special education administrator at Evansville Vanderburgh Public Schools and the...
In March 2020, students lost access to books as their schools closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. That summer...
On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden signed a bill establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday. Celebrated...
After a year of quarantining and social distancing, raise your “spirits” in historic Bardstown,...
On the far north side of Vanderburgh County, away from the bustle of the city, and up a winding gravel road...
Departments
I recently flew to Lubbock, Texas, to join four travel writers on a press trip. I fell under the spell of the...
Home Style
Hidden in Evansville yards, native plant gardens are an oasis for bees, caterpillars, butterflies, other insects,...
The African decor, nature-inspired construction, and even a canoe light fixture hanging from a vaulted ceiling...
The next time you emerge from the sharp S curve on North Boehne Camp Road, cast your gaze west to the stately...
City Life
Before the sun fully rises each morning, Evansville Police Department Sgt. Tyrone Wood and officer Paul Harper are...
As the stage lights go up March 28, 2022, on the opening night of “Plaza Suite,” producer Sherry...
As restaurants, businesses, schools, and community organizations were shutting down in March 2020 in the wake of...
After learning at a young age the ancient practice of creating stained glass art, Britton Starr is bringing the...
Dining
Copper House is truly the best of both worlds. The luxurious ambience models high-end restaurants found in larger...
Walking downtown in Henderson, Kentucky, the scent of hickory and maple floats to the street from the smoker...
Waiting for a table with more than 200 other restaurant patrons at modern brasserie Francie in the Brooklyn...
Living with what you have is an essential part of Chris and Shannon Owen’s lifestyle. It is why they have...
Final Detail
A century ago, colorful souvenir booklets often were exchanged between friends and loved ones to share a person...
Online Exclusives
It will be impossible for Evansville residents to claim boredom this weekend, with enough live events — and...
If you’re driving on Diamond Avenue early — very early — Saturday morning, you might notice a...
Oktoberfest celebrations may traditionally end the first weekend of October, but you can still find festive German...
Refurbished with black trim and gold details, the O’Donnell Building at 22 N.W. Sixth St. has reopened for...
Amid the contented grumble of bellies full of fried goodies and cheers of revelers enjoying carnival rides, the...
The most wonderful time of the year in Evansville comes in the fall. Each October, Franklin Street plays host to...
Of Evansville’s long history in Southwestern Indiana, one annual tradition has stood the test of time and...
In the September/October issue of Evansville Living, we caught up with Olympians Lilly King and Jackie Young. Both...
It’s one of Evansville’s favorite times of year — the West Side Nut Club is gearing up for its...
The Vanderburgh County Commissioners unanimously approved a $39.6 million contract Tuesday for AT&T to be the...
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated annually in the United States from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 and began as National...
Fall has arrived, and with its generous rain and cooler temperatures comes an ideal time to prepare your garden...
Along historic Jennings Street in Newburgh, Indiana, sits one of the town’s newest businesses: a pub where...

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