Indiana Insider Blog

Your Guide to an Amazing Colts Gameday at Lucas Oil Stadium

Go horse! Sure, it’s easy to play armchair quarterback at home on Sunday afternoons, but there’s nothing like the thrill of attending an Indianapolis Colts game in person at Lucas Oil Stadium. With seating for 67,000, this state-of-the-art showplace took shape during the Colts’ Peyton Manning era…

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This Southern Indiana Goat Farm Is a Must for Family Fun

If you’ve driven through southern Indiana on I-65, you’ve seen the billboards for Goat Milk Stuff. My son and I recently made a point to pull off the highway and spent a fun two hours exploring this Southern Indiana goat farm. This family-run enterprise led by Jim and PJ Jonas is a labor of love…

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Century of Progress: Unbelievable Homes You Have to See

If you're looking for a hidden gem in Northwest Indiana or if you're a history buff you may want to visit the Century of Progress Homes at the Indiana Dunes National Park. These five homes were originally built for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, showing off the modern architectural design of the…

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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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Brewsing through Hamilton County

Breweries are becoming as woven into the fabric of Indiana as racing, basketball and St. Elmo's. There are old ones like Broad Ripple Brew Pub, new ones like Big Lug Canteen, big ones like Three Floyds and smaller ones like Bier. Indianapolis has been the central Indiana hub for the local craft…

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Southeastern Indiana - Part I

I love exploring new parts of the state and a few weeks ago I spent two days touring and exploring the southeastern part of the state - just over the river from Louisville. I spent equal time in Jeffersonville and Clarksville and even made it to a few other places in the area, but I'm getting ahead…

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Hunter's Honey Farm

Bees. Most people are scared of them, but they do produce one of our most nutritious foods - honey. My daughter and I had the privilege of visiting and touring a local honey farm a few weeks ago - Hunter's Honey Farm (just southwest of Indy). Here's the thing about Hunter's Honey Farm - they are all…

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Kokomo Opalescent Glass

You may not know, but just north of Indianapolis about 50 miles sits a historic, famous glass factory - Kokomo Opalescent Glass (KOG). In 1888, Charles Henry, a glass chemist from New York, visited Kokomo upon hearing about the gas boom. Within 24 hours of his visit he had an agreement with local…

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