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Ten Things to Know About the Indiana State Fair

It’s August, and that means it’s time for the Indiana State Fair, or as I like to call it, The Indiana Festival of Complete Awesomeness! This is the chance for you to see what’s happening throughout the state. We’re one Read more >

Hoosier Favorite Water Park?

For more than 65 years, families have traveled from all over the nation to the tiny town of Santa Claus, Indiana, to visit the town’s namesake and ride a few rides. What started as Santa Claus in 1946 grew to Read more >

Traders Point Creamery

Tucked in a littler corner on Indy’s northwest side is Traders Point Creamery. While it is literally minutes from downtown, once you step onto their grounds you immediately feel like you are a hundred miles away from any city. I Read more >

Kickin’ It in Kokomo

While driving back from South Bend the other day we made a stop in Kokomo. I’m sure many of you have driven through Kokomo on your way up north from Indy or vice versa. But let me encourage you to Read more >

Science on a Sphere: First in Indiana

Science Central is one of my favorite places to go in Fort Wayne.  Ever since I was a kid, my parents took me to the museum to play in Kids Central, jump on the moon, and swing down the slide.  I’m Read more >

Wayne County Adventures in Geocaching

X marks the spot! There is treasure hiding in Wayne County!! Did you ever dream of being a treasure hunting pirate as a kid? Well it’s not too late! People of all ages can hunt for treasure throughout Wayne County. Read more >

Bluegrass at the Gateway Festival

It’s almost here. The season that’s one of my personal favorites…summer! Yes, schools may have already started their summer break, but summer doesn’t officially begin until Friday, June 21. So what’s a better way to kick off the summer than 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 >