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Articles in: Epilogue

Paige Effinger
- 4 weeks 6 days ago
 Evansville answered Uncle Sam’s call during World War II and soon became a hub for the home front efforts. During this time, multiple...
Trista Lutgring
- 13 weeks 6 days ago
Purple Aces basketball fans are buzzing with excitement for the 2018-19 season already. And though the team won’t hit the court for their first...
Trista Lutgring
- 39 weeks 2 days ago
The temperature was a hot and humid 93 degrees in Cave-In-Rock, Illinois, on Monday, Aug. 21. Only a few minutes out of the car, I already was...
Elisa Gross
- 48 weeks 8 hours ago
To be a Hoosier is to know and love Abraham Lincoln, and residents of southern Indiana know better than anyone the impact the former president had on...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 38 weeks ago
Traveling to Washington, D.C., from Southern Indiana is no small feat, especially when the 730-mile trek is in a tour bus. However, a September trip...
Emily Miles
- 2 years 5 weeks ago
City officials closed Mesker Park Amphitheatre in 2012, as its condition had deteriorated since the last concert, when the Doobie Brothers played...
Armon Siadat
- 2 years 12 weeks ago
Basketball is a culture in the Hoosier state, and it’s in this culture that some of the greatest to play the sport were raised. Oscar Robertson...
Bradie Gray
- 2 years 30 weeks ago
Lilly King says she considers herself a normal college student. But, unlike most of her fellow classmates at Indiana University in Bloomington,...
Emily Patton
- 2 years 38 weeks ago
At 1:46 a.m. on Nov. 6, 2005, after a particularly warm and breezy Saturday in the Tri-State, Vanderburgh County officials alerted the community by...
Bradie Gray
- 2 years 48 weeks ago
On July 13, 2005, Mike Shore was given three years to live. Ten years later on Aug. 8, 2015, Shore along with his family, friends, and members of his...
Ian Heslinger
- 3 years 5 weeks ago
Bob Zasadny always dreamed of designing a public sculpture, and on June 22, he saw that dream come to life when Keep Evansville Beautiful, a...
Emily Patton
- 3 years 22 weeks ago
When Mayor Lloyd Winnecke addressed Signature School’s 2014 graduating class last May, he told them to take pictures of Evansville’s Main...
Nathan Blackford
- 3 years 30 weeks ago
The last time we checked in with Marx Pyle, he was helping make movies like “Silence of the Belle” and Michael Rosenbaum’s “...
Emily Patton
- 3 years 39 weeks ago
Seven years ago, Evansville Living caught up with music prodigy Monte Skelton, who was at the time a University of Evansville student envisioning a...
Katelyn Phillips
- 3 years 49 weeks ago
In the beginning, pictures were hung on a clothesline strung tree to tree. Fifty-eight years later, the Louisville-based St. James Court Art Show has...
Katelyn Phillips
- 4 years 5 weeks ago
With approximately 70 kids visiting the Fulton Square Boys and Girls Club Unit every day after school, it’s no surprise that the activity...
Emily Patton
- 4 years 13 weeks ago
It’s time for Christy Rolley to start living again. The 48-year-old Newburgh, Ind., resident has had a few “interruptions” along...
Nick Hebebrand
- 4 years 40 weeks ago
Just over a year and a half ago, Evansville Living featured one of Indiana’s most prominent basketball families, the Zellers of Washington, Ind...
Ashley Meijer
- 6 years 5 weeks ago
It’s been 10 years since Cedric Hustace first was featured in the pages of Evansville Living (“Artistic Attorney,” March/April 2002...
Louis La Plante and Kristen Tucker
- 8 years 6 days ago
In January 2006, two Owensboro businesswomen, Martha Clark and Marianne Smith Edge, dreamed of bringing together 100 women who would each agree to...