Who wouldn’t like a personal tour of city your visiting by its mayor or local insider? Well if you’re looking for a white-glove tour of Kokomo – there’s an app for that. Read more
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About Mike MaganMike is a social media consultant who lives in Carmel, IN. He works with Hoosier companies to set-up and develop an effective and productive social media presence. Born and raised in Evansville, Mike graduated from Butler University in 1993. He has developed his photography and video production skills over the years in his service as a journalist, marketing director and as a communications consultant to the Mitch for Governor campaigns. Mike is always looking for story ideas that uncover the coolest and unheralded places and activities in Indiana. Follow him on twitter @mikemagan. Mike receives compensation from the Indiana Office of Tourism Development for blogging. For more information, see our FTC Disclosure page.
When 90 voices sing – in unison and in tune – it’s going to be uplifting. Which is why the description of the 90-member Symphonic Praise Choir’s concert with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis – “Bringing Down the House” – Read more
Saying you’re not a chocolate lover is like saying you’re not a water lover, or an air lover. I mean, certain items are just necessary for survival. While Indiana is blessed with epic and creative chocolate artisans in all corners Read more
If you’re reading this, it’s probably 10 degrees outside where you presently sit. And it looks the same for the rest of January to Groundhog Day. But if you’re looking for pockets of heat, a Soul Food renaissance within the Read more
In case you were wondering, here is the recipe for turning a ridiculous specatcle into a traditional community even in 5 years: 1. An 18-foot, 500-pound watermelon 2. A “splatform” 3. Construction crane 4. Sober and licensed construction crane operator Read more
Most Hoosiers locked “A Christmas Story” in their heart a long time ago, and only bring it out to lead off their Christmas movie rotation every year. Set in Ft. Wayne, the iconic movie captures Indiana and is wrapped in Read more
Indiana Insider recently visited The Indiana Military Museum in Vincennes. Here’s an accompanying video to go with the story: Click here to view video if you can’t see it above.
Located in new digs, the Indiana Military Museum contains one of the best overall collections of military memorabilia this side of the Smithsonian. Read more
Many of our nation’s iconic buildings – such as the Empire State Building and Pentagon – might still be blueprints on a shelf if it wasn’t for southern Indiana’s natural resources. The area anchored by Lawrence County aka “Limestone Country” Read more
As a big guy, I’m not to good at balancing on a high-wire. Yes I’ve tried it. No it didn’t go well. But a Zip Line is a high-wire of a different sort. Instead of teeter-tottering with your feet, you let Read more