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Learn About America’s 23rd President at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

In 1874 Benjamin Harrison, famed attorney from Indianapolis, built his family a 16-room Italianate mansion at 1230 N. Delaware Street in what would have been then outside of the city. Today, that home is known as the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Read more >

Fill your Thanksgiving table with Hoosier treats

Earlier this week, we had the opportunity to appear of Fox 59 and promote some delicious, locally made products for your holiday table. Indiana abounds with dozens upon dozens of expert food producers, and this is just a sampling of Read more >

More Pumpkin, Please

We only get pumpkins in our lives for a short time, so it’s time to go into full-on-pumpkin-mode for the entire month of October. Yelp has gathered up every pumpkin-themed object we could think of and put them into categories so you can kick back and Read more >

Five Refreshingly Cool Indiana Distilleries

  They’re catching like wildfire. Distilleries are popping up all over Hoosierland and attracting lots of praise. Creative spirits and cocktails will give you that little summery buzz and call for a fun time out. There’s no need to wait Read more >

Hunter’s Honey Farm

Bees. Most people are scared of them, but they do produce one of our most nutritious foods – honey. My daughter and I had the privilege of visiting and touring a local honey farm a few weeks ago – Hunter’s Read more >

A Taste of Hamilton County

From brunch to dessert, Hamilton County Tourism’s new Dining Guide has suggestions for anything and everything your taste buds desire. It’s the first time Hamilton County Tourism has produced a full-blown dining guide for visitors (or locals, no shame in Read more >

Head to Richmond for an adventure back in time

Rich history, incredible artifacts, and the only two Egyptian mummies in the state of Indiana. Where can you find all of these things in one exciting Eastern Indiana community? At the Wayne County Historical Museum and the Joseph Moore Museum Read more >

Holiday World Gets Ready for Launch

Even though the weather has been unseasonably warm here in Santa Claus, it still seems pretty outlandish to be making plans for April 25. At Holiday World, we’ve had that date blocked off for nearly a year. Our new roller Read more >

My Family is Thankful For West Baden Springs Hotel

While you may have to spend several months drooling over the possibility of Thanksgiving 2015 at West Baden Springs Hotel, there are many more delightful meals available there for other holidays (including Christmas Feast at Sinclair’s, New Year’s Eve festivities, Read more >