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Fly High at These Lafayette Trampoline Parks

Get Air Lafayette It’s a bird, it’s a plane…it's kids jumping on trampolines! The biggest craze in sports right now, indoor trampoline parks. In the Lafayette-West Lafayette area we have not one, but two locations that are both wonderful to jump your heart out. A trampoline park is an indoor…

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8 Spots for Winter Family Fun in Lafayette-West Lafayette

It's winter time!! Looking for activities to make holiday break and this whole winter leave lasting memories? Put away your remote control and head out to enjoy all the local Lafayette-West Lafayette fun! Here are a few ideas for winter family fun! Painting with a Twist Feel artsy? Check out All…

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Locally Grown: Eating and Drinking in Evansville

Guest blog contributed by Lori Rice of FakeFoodFree.com Whether you call it farm-to-table, farm-to-fork, or garden-to-glass, the practice of sourcing ingredients as close to home as possible continues to grow. When you find yourself in Southern Indiana craving food and drink with a farm-to-table…

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You'll Love These Four "Made in Madison" Foodie Finds

Even though cooking, baking and eating are some of my favorite pastimes, I have to admit (reluctantly) there are some things I'm too lazy to make and someone else makes better. Here are four of my favorite food products that are made in Madison and better than mine. Madison Historic District Thomas…

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Everlasting Light: Indiana's Bicentennial Torch Relay

In late summer and early fall of 2016, the Indiana Office of Tourism Development celebrated our state’s 200th anniversary with a torch relay.  This Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay connected all 92 counties of our state by a route that was some 3,200 miles long.  More than 2,200 Hoosiers carried…

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Future Meets Past at New Coffin House Interpretive Center

"I had already risked every thing in the work - life, property, and reputation - and did not feel bound to respect human laws that came in direct contact with the law of God." - Levi Coffin Levi and Catharine Coffin Interpretive Center. Photo courtesy of the Indiana State Museum. A new…

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Indiana Dunes Country: An idyllic place to enjoy winter

By Sarah Maddox I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with winter here in Indiana. The snow is picturesque, but it often lasts for a long time and is typically severe, causing me and many others to stay indoors. But there’s no better place to embrace winter than the Indiana Dunes. This year…

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Ralphie! "A Christmas Story" Comes Home to Hammond

Guest blog provided by Erika Dahl, Director of Communications at South Shore CVA. Like almost every child that grew up in the Midwest, in the 80s, I watched the holiday movie, A Christmas Story approximately one-million times. It was something I looked forward to each holiday season. Imagine my…

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