Articles in: Historic Preservation

Dallas Carter
- 1 week 3 days ago
Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish celebration commemorating the rededication of the Second Temple during the...
Jodi Keen
- 2 weeks 2 days ago
At roughly 7 a.m. this Sunday, Nov. 21, several explosive charges will detonate, and the 18-story tower at 420 Main St. will crumble to the ground,...
Kelley Coures
- 4 weeks 2 days ago
The next time you attend an event at the Tropicana Conference Center on N.W. First Street, turn and look at the flood wall running along the property...
Dallas Carter
- 11 weeks 2 days ago
On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden signed a bill establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday. Celebrated annually on June 19 to remember when the...
Jodi Keen
- 12 weeks 3 days ago
On a crisp, clear September morning 20 years ago, four planes descended the sky and introduced terrorism to the American mainland. Aside from Japan...
Evansville Living Staff
- 12 weeks 3 days ago
Starting with its November/December 2001 issue, Evansville Living shared Tri-State residents' stories in a series called “From This Day Forward...
Dallas Carter
- 16 weeks 3 days ago
Swaying from side to side like the controlled motion of a pendulum, the Ohio River Scenic Railway train peeled away from the Depot in Tell City,...
Jodi Keen
- 20 weeks 3 days ago
Evansville Living had nearly completed its Insider series “ABCs of Evansville” when local collector Dennis Haire reached out to editor...
Dallas Carter
- 21 weeks 2 days ago
Evansville may be the third largest city in Indiana, but from the air, every car, building, and person shrank in front of my eyes. The sprawling city...
Contributors
- 23 weeks 3 days ago
It’s time to listen. Evansville Living has and always will be a platform to celebrate our city. June is Pride month, a celebration, but also a...
Jodi Keen
- 26 weeks 3 days ago
The streets of Evansville may be bustling with activity, but it would be a mistake to think the only excitement is above ground. For readers with a...
Jodi Keen
- 28 weeks 2 days ago
Few events in Evansville have been as iconic and beloved as the Arts Fest River Run. Organized as a promotional vehicle for the annual Arts Festival...
Dallas Carter
- 30 weeks 2 days ago
Evansville is a city of national records — from the most LSTs produced during World War II to the home of Indiana’s first on-land casino...
Dallas Carter
- 32 weeks 3 days ago
Established in 1935 by Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Second New Deal, the Works Progress Administration was a Great Depression-era agency that worked...
Dallas Carter
- 33 weeks 3 days ago
For many, warm weather means the return of outdoor concerts and musical festivals. Popular festivals, such as Bonnaroo held in Manchester, Tennessee...
Dallas Carter
- 34 weeks 3 days ago
Spring has arrived in Evansville and that means swimming pool season is right around the corner! While you grab your towels and slap on some...
Dallas Carter
- 35 weeks 3 days ago
Happy Easter! Whether you’re celebrating with delicious food or an overly competitive egg hunt, we hope you enjoy the holiday. Like modern...
Clayton Trutor
- 35 weeks 3 days ago
Considering its size, Evansville has a remarkable record of producing Major League Baseball (MLB) talent. Roughly 50 big leaguers were either born,...
Dallas Carter
- 36 weeks 3 days ago
Founded in 1812, Evansville has a long history of accomplished leaders, including our elected mayors. Counting Mayor Lloyd Winnecke who has served...
Dallas Carter
- 36 weeks 4 days ago
In a way, you can’t think of Evansville and not think of the Lloyd Expressway, the major throughway that connects the East and West Sides. For...