Indiana Insider Blog

You Have to Try These Four Eateries in Johnson County

The best thing about being new to Johnson County, or "Indy South," is that I get to take a journey and discover all the great places to eat and all the fun things to do. With the 2017 travel season kicking off on Memorial Day weekend, I thought I'd share some of what I've found on my journey. First…

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You Must Visit This Animal Sanctuary in Northeast Indiana

My children and I made a recent trip to Albion, Indiana to the Black Pine Animal Sanctuary. This is one of those places in Indiana that is not only an excellent place to experience many types of exotic animals up close and personal but also delivers a powerful and humbling message to us as humans…

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Your Taste Buds Will Love Indiana's Best Irish Pub

While in Lafayette the other day I tried a new restaurant - Nine Irish Brothers. This restaurant was named the best Irish pub in the state by TripAdvisor, Yelp and Buzzfeed! While the name has meaning (the owner was one of nine brothers!), the food is nothing to turn your nose up at ... The folks…

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The 5 Stops Everyone Must Make in Kokomo

My kids and I recently spent the day in Kokomo and despite it being a horribly rainy day, we had a fantastic time exploring the city and it's treasures. Prior to the trip, I was guided to a lengthy list of things to do from the local visitor bureau that would appeal to my two kids and my tastes…

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Treasure Hunters Love This Southern Indiana Antique Market

On the first Sunday in May, Martha and I dusted off our hunting gear (tote bags, wheeled cart, good walking shoes) and headed out at the crack of dawn for the opening of hunting season at the Tri-State Antique Market in Lawrenceburg. Since 1985, Tri-State Antique Market, “Indiana’s largest…

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Visit Indiana Week Road Rally: Hamilton County

Day three of the Road Rally took the crews to Hamilton County. The first stop was Koteewi Park in Strawtown. At Koteewi Archery Range, Midwest Living editor, Trevor Meers competed with Indiana Olympian, Stephanie (White) Amick. Amick was born in Muncie, spent her teenage years growing up in…

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