Tag Archives: indiana

Commemorating Indy 500: A Tour of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

Nothing kicks off summer quite like the roar of engines running at the world’s most beloved race track in the state of Indiana. In what might seem like kismet, Indiana’s bicentennial is being celebrated the same year as the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 this weekend. First starting in 1906 in an enclave suburb of Indianapolis, […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →

Coffee, Cream and Charity: Serving up Social Change at The Well

Whether you call it java, brew, or jitter juice, it’s evident through the frantic morning rush to work you need your caffeine fix. Nestled between hundreds of Starbucks and the independent cafés is one glimmering coffeehouse making a difference, one cup at a time. Situated in the heart of South Bend’s River Park neighborhood, The […]

4 Comments Continue Reading →

Bakery Guide: Indianapolis, Indiana

Great bakeries with an extensive assortment of sweets and savories are essential to any neighborhood. And in Indianapolis, the city is blessed with a plethora of options for Hoosiers looking to satiate their sweet tooth. From local mom-and-pop shops to citywide chains, it all comes down to style and preference. Whether it’s French patisseries you […]

3 Comments Continue Reading →

Diner Guide: Indianapolis, Indiana

If you’ve ever been inside an authentic diner, you immediately feel it take you back to a certain place of comfort and nostalgia. Synonymous with apple pie and old-fashioned milk shakes, diners are a real American tradition with a classic vintage touch. Similar to the long open road, today there are thousands of longstanding establishments carrying forth the […]

1 Comment Continue Reading →

USPS Celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial: The Town Behind The Stamp

In what was reported last week, the U.S. Postal Service is using Indiana native Michael Matti’s photograph of a sunset amid a lush northern cornfield in Milford for a stamp honoring the state’s bicentennial.

2 Comments Continue Reading →

Café Guide: South Bend, Indiana

With Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish heating up the college football scene this season, many are flocking to South Bend, Indiana to catch one of the team’s historical games in all its glory. As visitors head to the city rich with history and a firm foodie milieu, South Bend’s cool café atmosphere is often overlooked. Whether you’re looking […]

2 Comments Continue Reading →

‘Got Your Six’ – Civilians Backing Officers Across the States

In light of the fatal August 28 shooting of Texas Deputy, Darren Goforth, there has been an influx of civilians across the country reaching out to help officers in times of need. Earlier this month, three officers from three different states met with the kindest gestures by civilians who chose to watch out and get the backs […]

2 Comments Continue Reading →

More Than Just a Game: “A Season with Notre Dame Football”

That nip in the air means only one thing—it’s that time of year again! The best season in sports is finally upon us with all its demonstrative glory and pride. As college football returns around the nation, one television network is granting unparalleled access to fans and audiences to one of the country’s best teams.

1 Comment Continue Reading →

United State of Indiana: Wearing Your State on Your Sleeve

Since its inception in 2011, United State of Indiana has firmly believed in collaboration over competition, personal over perfect, and better over bigger. For an online shop situated in the heart of the Midwest, USI is the dominant artifact displaying state pride and love through their apparel, and working hard as a booming and creative small business.

2 Comments Continue Reading →

Film Noir with a Touch of Class: TCM’s “Summer of Darkness” Now in Session!

In mid-May, it was announced that the Peabody Award-winning television network, Turner Classic Movies would collaborate with one of the nation’s best public institutions, Ball State University on the Canvas Network for a free online course studying film noir, open to the general public.

1 Comment Continue Reading →

The Top 10 Reasons Why David Letterman Will Be Missed

This Wednesday, late night icon, David Letterman will be saying goodbye to audiences and signing off for good from his talk show, “Late Show with David Letterman.” Our writer shares ten reasons why we will sincerely miss the iconic master of comedy.

4 Comments Continue Reading →

Giving It Her Best Shot: Behind the Lens with Priscilla Kammerer

Blessed with a sophisticated eye for style and composition, northern Indiana photographer, Priscilla Kammerer of Priscilla K Photography is able to blend her love for life and art by capturing priceless moments for many in and around the area.

1 Comment Continue Reading →

A Life Worth Living: “The Happiness Project”

In the flourishing age of social media and progressive film-making, Ron Parida is hoping to make a difference and change the way we smile. The Los Angeles based creative director wants the world to know about his latest venture, The Happiness Project—a video series that looks into the lives of people fighting incredibly difficult circumstances, yet still choose to fight and maintain a positive attitude through it all.

2 Comments Continue Reading →