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MudLOVE: Giving Back, One Band at a Time

While many small businesses are driven by fiscal success, one company nestled in Warsaw, Indiana is making all the difference and finding its real purpose in a humane venture aimed at benefiting communities through a socially driven economy. In an attempt to turn away from the idolatry of self-centeredness and orient one’s life by the drive to do the right thing and seek action for a better world, MudLOVE was built on the idea of giving back and aiding in the water crisis.

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From Indy With Love

Every summer, I’ve had the honor of visiting the city of Indianapolis in the beautiful state of Indiana. As a Hoosier at heart, it is by far one of my favorite places in the United States.

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Start Your Engines: The Indy 500 Revs Up Fun This Weekend

This weekend, Indianapolis revs up the fun as the famed Indy 500 takes place! As always, it will be full of excitement and adrenaline for an exceptionally fast and furious race.

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Indiana’s Cool Gem: Auntie Em’s Frozen Custard & Cupcakes

As the post-vacation feelings begin to wear off and I get back to my daily routines after another fun trip to Indiana, I ask myself if that desire for exploration–that wanderlust–does it ever wear off? I am a traveler by nature who is always on the lookout for delicious food and as eager as I […]

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It’s a “New Day” with Kate Bolduan

Journalism is an integral part of the media industry. It is a very powerful and influencing medium to reckon with.  Since words whether written or spoken are very potent, journalists are in an enviable  position to alter people’s lives and by authentic reporting, move people on personal and collective levels. It is not surprising that […]

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New York State of Mind: A Midwest Boy’s Impressions on Life in the Big Apple

The crossroads of America, also known as the Midwest, are often known for vast open spaces, simplicity, and humble inhabitants. Those that grow up in these surroundings have little experience in a bustling metropolis, so what happens when an Indiana boy makes a trip to New York City, known far and wide at the Granddaddy […]

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Adobo Grill: A Mexican Fiesta in the Heart of Indy

This past summer my travels found me visiting the ever congenial and lush city of Indianapolis. While on my trip, not only was I taking in the many sights and sounds by walking around the city or visiting museums, but I was indulging in fine dining in and around Circle City. One such restaurant that […]

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Sleepless in Indianapolis: Museums In and Around Circle City

Last week, our very own Hoosier at heart explored the famed Circle City in the first of her two-part series, “Sleepless in Indianapolis”, taking readers on a thorough walk through the city. In the conclusion, she reviews four different museums she had the opportunity to travel to in Indy and sums up a memorable summer […]

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Sleepless in Indianapolis: A Walk Through Circle City

Road trip enthusiast and Hoosier at heart, Tania Hussain traveled south to Indianapolis this past summer and takes readers on a tour through her experiences in the famed Circle City, in the first part of her two-part series exclusive to The Hudsucker.

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Just Like Bedford Falls: The Jimmy Stewart Museum

There are a lot of museums on this planet and I have always been a big fan of them since I was a kid. Growing up I was in love with the dinosaur exhibits and still am because there’s something so honestly amazing about a dinosaur; especially the dinosaurs with huge bodies and those tiny […]

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