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Wine & Dine at Beautiful Ertel Cellars Winery

Recently, a friend suggested that we get together with a couple of friends for lunch. I was prepared for a long negotiation to decide where to go, but, when Ertel Cellars in Batesville was mentioned, everyone agreed. Ertel Cellars is Read more >

You’ll Love These Four “Made in Madison” Foodie Finds

Even though cooking, baking and eating are some of my favorite pastimes, I have to admit (reluctantly) there are some things I’m too lazy to make and someone else makes better. Here are four of my favorite food products that Read more >

Everlasting Light: Indiana’s Bicentennial Torch Relay

In late summer and early fall of 2016, the Indiana Office of Tourism Development celebrated our state’s 200th anniversary with a torch relay.  This Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay connected all 92 counties of our state by a route that was Read more >

Future Meets Past at New Coffin House Interpretive Center

“I had already risked every thing in the work – life, property, and reputation – and did not feel bound to respect human laws that came in direct contact with the law of God.” – Levi Coffin A new interpretative Read more >

Six Spots for Indiana Craft Beer Along The National Road

I feel sorry for my dad and all his friends.  Granted, they never had to endure the agony that was Prohibition (you know a decade’s worth of back room gins and whiskeys loaded with those “natural substitutes” which eventually made Read more >

Indiana Foodways Alliance’s 10 Top Picks for Holiday Treats

The Holidays are quickly approaching so start planning now for your traditions and  festivities. Bring a new tradition to the table whether it is fine wine or fine chocolates, stop by one of Indiana Foodways Alliance’s Top Picks for your Read more >

South Bend: History and Happenings

When you think of South Bend you probably think of Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish, the story of “Rudy” and the famous line “win one for the Gipper”. All are iconic and engraved forever in history.   The university itself Read more >

Taste Indiana Spirits at the State Museum

This is a guest blog from Christine Tottenof the Indiana State Museum. 200 years is certainly something to celebrate, and this October, you can celebrate Indianas Bicentennial in style at the third annual Indiana Spirits. Join us on October 1, Read more >

Fall is Near and The Apple Store is Almost Here!

This guest blog was written by Duane Brodt, director of public relations for Conner Prairie. August is a busy month for some 100 women who volunteer at Conner Prairie. Not as busy as September and October are. But pretty busy. Read more >

The Bicentennial Experience Debuts at the Indiana State Fair

Do you know Indianas tie to North Americas longest underground river, the Empire State Building, space travel and a popular gum that doubles your chewing pleasure? You can find out the answers to these questions and more in The Bicentennial Read more >