Articles in: Features

Evansville Living Staff
- 1 week 1 day ago
 On a drizzling November morning, Evansville bid adieu to its tallest skyscraper and 50 years of memories. Rendered obsolete by changing...
Dallas Carter
- 6 weeks 4 days ago
Loud and proud, fans cheer for the University of Southern Indiana’s volleyball and basketball teams from the 4,800 seats in the 90,000-square-...
Jodi Keen
- 6 weeks 4 days ago
When a MetroNet business sign was installed on the Courier & Press newspaper building at 300 E. Walnut St. last year, some River City residents...
Jodi Keen
- 10 weeks 3 days ago
No matter the season or the reason, we love a good tradition. One of the best times of year at Evansville Living is planning our November/December...
Dallas Carter
- 13 weeks 5 days ago
Facing heavy fire and destitute conditions in World War I trenches in 1917, the female volunteers from the Salvation Army risked their lives to boost...
Evansville Living Staff
- 16 weeks 4 days ago
It’s time again to celebrate the local businesses, community leaders, attractions, and events that light up our city. While Evansville Living...
Trista Lutgring
- 23 weeks 2 days ago
Travel has never simply been a means to “get away” for Sal Lavallo. In fact, visiting places and countries around the world could be...
Jodi Keen
- 25 weeks 4 days ago
Editor’s note: This is an extended version of the feature story about Philip Lawrence that ran in the July/August 2021 issue of Evansville...
Riley Guerzini
- 30 weeks 5 days ago
Whether it’s buying, selling, recycling, renting, or auctioning used and new equipment, SIGMA Equipment has transformed its business from a...
Riley Guerzini
- 37 weeks 3 days ago
Tourism and hospitality is a $700 billion industry according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics that is focused on bringing in visitors to stay in...
Dallas Carter, Riley Guerzini, and Trista Lutgring
- 40 weeks 3 days ago
One year ago, the world came to a halt. We stayed home. Restaurants closed their dining rooms. Our plans for concerts, travel, parties, and anything...
Trista Lutgring
- 42 weeks 5 days ago
How well do you know our River City? Could you pick out a place, sculpture, or item from a simple glance? Are you sure? If you feel confident in your...
Dallas Carter
- 46 weeks 6 days ago
Commercial radio was the bee’s knees across the world in the 1920s. Roughly 60 percent of families in the U.S. owned radios by the mid-1930s....
Dallas Carter
- 51 weeks 3 days ago
For 30 years, the home at 805 E. Chandler Ave. sat vacant along historic Bayard Park. Nature reclaimed the yard, a large catalpa tree grew inside the...
Trista Lutgring, Dallas Carter, and Riley Guerzini
- 51 weeks 3 days ago
It was a time of undeniable change. The allies of the U.S. in Europe were at war with the Axis powers. The country continued to reel from a...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 3 weeks ago
When taking a trip to Timberlake Furniture just southwest of Mount Carmel, Illinois, it’s important to remember to wear walking shoes. While...
Trista Lutgring, Riley Guerzini, & Dallas Carter
- 1 year 8 weeks ago
In the Midwest, family recipes passed down generally have a few things in common — tradition and warmth. This time of year is all about...
Philip Hooper
- 1 year 8 weeks ago
If you’re a fan of Evansville’s Riverside Historic District and the old neighborhoods surrounding Downtown, your architectural gaze has...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 12 weeks ago
The lot that sits between Second and Third streets, blocked in by Vine and Sycamore, in Downtown Evansville has had quite the history. While modern...
Evansville Living Staff
- 1 year 15 weeks ago
The road to the 19th annual Best Of Evansville awards was different than any year before. COVID-19 has limited so many aspects of our lives in 2020,...