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This Restaurant Serves Farm-to-Table Flavors You Have to Taste to Believe

A couple of years ago, I had planned to take my visiting brother & sister-in-law to The Restaurant at Walhill Farm in Batesville but they ate so much lunch that they decided to forego dinner. It’s taken me a while Read more >

5 Kokomo Summer Stops That Won’t Break the Bank

You only get one summer and you only have so much money to throw at it. So, spend your summer and your money wisely in Kokomo where budget-friendly fun is a staple. From free to just a few bucks, we Read more >

This Concert Venue is in the Middle of an Indiana State Park

Lincoln Amphitheatre is a beautiful outdoor concert venue inside Lincoln State Park—picture perfect for families, couples, or friends looking for a night out in a picturesque setting. With the furthest seat in this fully-covered venue being only 90 feet from Read more >

Wine, Dine & Unwind at This Historic Farm & Winery

When you’re in southeast Indiana and ask people what to do, I guarantee someone will say, “You need to visit Stream Cliff Farm.” People visit Stream Cliff for all kinds of reasons: to dine, taste wine, buy plants, enjoy the Read more >

Grand Funk, Womack at Lincoln Amphitheatre in 2017

Fresh off of a 2016 season that was one of the best attended in the venue’s 30-year history, the Lincoln Amphitheatre has announced a 2017 performance series that will feature classic rockers Grand Funk Railroad, award-winning country singer-songwriter Lee Ann Read more >

Stomp Your Feet at the Bill Monroe Bluegrass Music Festival

Warm weather brings so many opportunities to enjoy being with other people in an outdoor setting. One of my favorite type of events is an outdoor concert. When possible, I try to attend concerts with a lawn setting and the Read more >

Garden Gate Festival Features Jazz, Art, Wine

Finally the weather has cleared and Im geared to get outside and enjoy life! The Garden Gate Festivalin Huntingburg in southwestern Indiana is the perfect opportunity to do that. It takes placeon Saturday, April 16. With everything from cool music Read more >

Valparaiso University Hosts 31st Annual Jazz Festival

Indiana may not be as well-known for its music as other things, say the Indy 500, but we do have many opportunities for displaying musical talents, both local andprofessional. The Valparaiso University Annual Jazz Festival is one example of a Read more >

Is There Any Place More Beautiful Than Indy at Christmas?

I may be biased but there may not be a more beautiful Hoosier city at Christmas than Indianapolis. The best part of Indianapolis is not just seeing it from above. Dozens of activities are available during the season that Read more >

Enjoy Cabaret at Ft Wayne’s LaSalle Bed and Breakfast Inn

Sion Bass may not be a household name, but he holds distinction as the first Colonel from Indiana to be killed in the Civil War. Originally from Kentucky, he moved his family to Fort Wayne and lived in a two-story Read more >