Indiana’s Freetown Village Brings African American History to Life
The passion project of former teacher Ophelia Wellington, Freetown Village engages visitors with music, exhibits and more.
Clabber Girl Billboard Gets Restored to Former Glory
The iconic Clabber Girl billboard off of U.S. 40 underwent a massive restoration, making it a bright and...
Kokomo Opalescent Glass Builds Unbreakable Reputation
Kokomo Opalescent Glass company shares its delicate art with buyers all over the world, from Disney to the...
Take a Step Back in Time in Memorable Metamora
Metamora, Indiana offers a plentitude of historical landmarks, outdoor activities and events that are reminiscent of older days.
You Have to Check Out This Colorful Ice Tree
Veal's Ice Tree is a vibrant sensation, boasting a rainbow of colors as it towers between 30 and...
Parke County: The Covered Bridge Capital of the World
Parke County offers many attractions, including covered bridges, historic mills, orchards and bakeries.
This Indiana Winery is the ‘Best’
Nestled in the rolling hills of southern Indiana, Best Vineyards Winery and Distillery began in 2000 as a...
Soak Up Summer in Jay County
Find out what makes Eeastern Indiana's Jay County a spot for summertime fun.
Why You Should Visit the Evansville African American Museum
The Evansville landmark unites the community through history.
Freedom, Farming and the National Exhibit on Lyles Station
Learn about the history behind the African-American farming community of Lyles Station.