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The Miller House

Photo Credit: Indianapolis Museum of Art

If you have traveled in Indiana at all, you likely know that Columbus (just 45 minutes south of Indy) is known for its architecture. In fact, it is ranked 6th in the nation for architectural innovation and design by the Read more >

Indiana’s Historic Courthouses

boone_courthouse

Have you ever noticed the beautiful, historic architecture at your county’s courthouse? If not, perhaps you should take a look. Thanks to a project supported by Ball State University’s Sponsored Programs Office, you can now enjoy the beautiful, historic architecture Read more >

12 FREE Days of Christmas

Christmas shopping got your toy sack in a pinch? There are free things to do in downtown Indy, from Friday, December 13 to Tuesday, December 24, for the Free 12 Days Of Christmas. For more information, visit the Downtown Indy Read more >

Keeping Christmas Well

Understanding the essence of Christmas can be tricky. In 1965, Charles Schultz’s iconic character Lucy van Pelt described the magic of the season as “Santa Claus and ho-ho-ho, and mistletoe and presents to pretty girls.” While Lucy’s statement is reflective Read more >

Beautiful Outdoors in Evansville

Angel Mounds

I had the privilege to travel to Evansville a few weeks ago and experience all the wonderful outdoor adventures they have to offer. One of my favorite stops was Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve. I was not familiar with Wessleman at Read more >