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Sampling of September Events Across the State

Labor Day is kind of like the unofficial end to summer in my book. So in honor of the beginning of fall and a new month, here are some September events happening across the state … even some FREE ones! Read more >

Columbus: A Hidden Gem

The phrase “home is where the heart is” makes me think of one place and one place only, Columbus, Indiana. Born & raised in Columbus, I never really appreciated what it had to offer until I moved away to Indianapolis Read more >

Marshmallow Classes at 240Sweet (#video)

If you’re curious as to how marshmallows are made, then visit 240Sweet in Columbus, Indiana for a demonstration from one of the country’s best producers. Read more >

6 Tips for Shopping at Edinburgh Premium Outlets

If you’re heading to the Edinburgh Premium Outlets this holiday season, you’ll want to read these six tips to save time and money. Read more >

Hackman’s Farm Market in Columbus, Indiana

This week I experienced a right of passage for every parent: I went on my first field trip with my oldest son’s preschool class. It’s October, so naturally we were heading to a pumpkin patch! Our destination was Hackman’s Farm Read more >

Musillami’s in Columbus, Indiana

One of the best aspects of being from wherever you’re from is that you know all the hidden gems in your town or city. One of my favorite off-the-beaten path treats in Columbus is Musillami’s. Musillami’s is a drive-in restaurant, similar Read more >

Experience Aviation Up Close at Columbus Municipal Airport

I fondly remember going to the airport with my parents, nose pressed up against the giant window, trying to get a really good look at the huge airplanes. But because of tighter security measures at major airports across the country, it’s Read more >

New Restaurants, Fun Events Coming to The Commons

When I last wrote about The Commons, the new, multi-million dollar community and recreation center in downtown Columbus, Indiana, it was still under construction and had not yet opened to the public. I’m happy to report that The Commons, which opened in Read more >