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The People Have Spoken! These 10 Tenderloins Are the Best of Indiana

Another record setting year of voting and the results are in for Visit Indiana’s Best of Indiana awards. More than 24,000 Hoosiers selected Indiana’s Best Tenderloins. The top-10 vote getters hail from seven Indiana counties! Indiana does not have an official state Read more >

Hawkins Isn’t Real, But You’ll Find These 5 “Stranger Things” in Indiana

No… Hawkins, Indiana isn’t a real town. But that doesn’t mean the Hoosier State is devoid of the paranormal. Fans of the Netflix series Stranger Things might look to visit these five creepy Indiana spots! The Grave in the Middle Read more >

You’ll Fall in Love With Autumn South of Indy

The leaves are changing colors a little earlier this year, meaning the trees will show their peak colors the first two weeks of October, but should remain colorful all month. It setting up to be a beautiful autumn South of Indy. Read more >

Five Things For Your End of Summer Bucket List

The end of summer is almost here and if you’re anything like me, you probably haven’t taken enough days to enjoy these warm days before they’re gone. Here are the five things you (and I) have to do south of Indy Read more >

Flowers, Farms & Amazing Craft Beer South of Indy

So, how do you entertain someone who travels the world looking for great craft brews, wine, cocktails and adventure? If you’re in Johnson County, just south of Indy, you introduce her to the growing craft brew scene, a great winery Read more >

You Have to Try These Four Eateries in Johnson County

The best thing about being new to Johnson County, or “Indy South,” is that I get to take a journey and discover all the great places to eat and all the fun things to do. With the 2017 travel season Read more >

Wine, Cheese and All That Jazz! at Johnson County Museum

The Johnson County Historical Society will hold its annual Wine, Cheese and All That Jazz fundraiser at the Johnson County Museum, 135 North Main Street in Franklin, on March 5 from 7 to 9 pm. Guests can sample wines from Read more >