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July / August 2021

Features
Editor’s note: This is an extended version of the feature story about Philip Lawrence that ran in the July/...
Inside
When you become a pro boxer at 15 years old, win a World Boxing Association Championship at 26 years old, and end...
Good Living
Cancer is a far-reaching illness, affecting nearly every person in the Tri-State in some way. Cancer Pathways...
Photographer Audra Straw and I were being robbed. What started as a peaceful train ride was disrupted when a...
Departments
Each morning, Vann Park on Evansville’s East Side welcomes a flurry of activity. Walkers trot their dogs...
Beset by woods and tucked away among the greenery of Southern Indiana’s rolling hills, a new home’s...
Here’s what Lake Geneva and Elkhart Lake have in common: Both small resort towns have the word “Lake...
Home Style
Putting together a flower arrangement is its own artform, and at Zeidler’s Flowers, being on the cutting...
When Connie Wagner decided to move to a new home in 2019, she had her eye on a wood-framed cottage on Bellemeade...
Dragons, dinosaurs, and other creatures at Button Jar Monsters aren’t fictional beasts: They’re cuddly...
A comfortable home with a touch of nostalgia, this preserved mid-century modern residence is a step ahead of its...
Natalie Wells is a thrifter. Buying quality pieces for cheap and giving them a brand new contemporary look is what...
City Life
One word comes to mind when shaking Janice King’s hand for the first time: strength. The 70-year-old is the...
Head down to the Friedman Park Amphitheater in Newburgh, Indiana, on July 31 from 1 p.m. - 9 p.m. for the...
Summer concerts are back in the Tri-State, and at the Under the Radar concert series, it doesn’t matter the...
Dining
Summer has arrived in the Tri-State. With temperatures reaching the 90s by mid-June, we knew surviving the hot sun...
A staple of summer feasts is plentiful ears of freshly picked corn, and there is none sweeter than Silver Queen....
Throughout the years, Eli Haddix proved to be one of Evansville Living’s favorite foodies. His passion for...
Behind the ornate bar at Mo’s House in Haynie’s Corner, senior bartender John Raleigh expertly shakes...
Thyme in the Kitchen offers everything a person needs to become a home chef extraordinaire with countless kitchen...
Online Exclusives
As much as the staff of Evansville Living hates to see summer go, the recent hot and humid weather has us...
Friday, Sept. 17, marks the last day longtime WFIE anchor Dan Katz will sign off from 14 News’ Sunrise show...
As we enter the fall season and summer festivals wind down, there’s still time to enjoy one more German...
Lunch is back at Entwined Wine & Cocktail Bar (303 Main St.). Hearty soups, crisp salads, and savory...
Shanah Tovah! Evansville Living wishes a happy new year to our Jewish readers across the Tri-State. Rosh...
On a crisp, clear September morning 20 years ago, four planes descended the sky and introduced terrorism to the...
Starting with its November/December 2001 issue, Evansville Living shared Tri-State residents' stories in a series...
Mikaela Jenkins’ hands made contact with the wall of the pool during the 100-meter butterfly S10 race on Aug...
This year, the Reitz Bowl, arguably Evansville’s most famous football stadium, turns 100 years old. Though...
Welcome to our second staff Q&A! We plan to periodically introduce you to members of the Tucker Publishing...
Hooray for a three-day weekend! Take the “labor” out of Labor Day and relax with live music shows,...
Main Street in Downtown Evansville is a bustling line of businesses that for many years has lacked a basic amenity...
Coffee lovers, rejoice: There’s a new place in Downtown Evansville to get your fix. Joe Brewski, the popular...
In the August/September issue of Evansville Business, we met Sal Lavallo, who in 2017 became one of the youngest...
Though summer is winding down and school is starting back up, there’s still plenty to do across the Tri-...
At the newest exhibit at the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, homeless does not mean hopeless. Depicted in...
Under a July sun, boaters on the Ohio River began to circle near the Evansville riverfront waiting for the semi-...
Last week, a plain cardboard box addressed to Evansville Living Editor and Publisher Kristen Tucker was delivered...
Swaying from side to side like the controlled motion of a pendulum, the Ohio River Scenic Railway train peeled...
This summer, as more of us felt more comfortable traveling, several members of the Evansville Living staff...
Bring out your lederhosen and dirndl, because Volksfest is back! Germania Maennerchor’s 59th annual German...
Purchasing fresh, organic, locally grown produce comes with many benefits. The food is nourishing, tasty, cheap,...
Light pink boxes are popping up across Evansville, but it’s what’s inside that has River City...
Breakfast food in Evansville just got an upgrade. The regional southern comfort chain Biscuit Belly had its grand...
Welcome to our inaugural staff Q&A! We plan to periodically introduce you to members of the Tucker Publishing...
When we met senior bartender John Raleigh at Mo’s House (1114 Parrett St.) for the July/August issue of...
Summer is in full swing, and there are plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy Evansville’s various events...
Evansville Living had nearly completed its Insider series “ABCs of Evansville” when local collector...
The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library is home to an endless book supply, but have you spotted the newest...
Congratulations, you’ve survived another week of Southern Indiana’s summer humidity. While there isn...
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