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A Lesser Hedgehog Tenrec—a species that hails from Madagascar—gave birth to a prickle of baby hedgehogs earlier this month at the Potawatomi Zoo in... Read More

Brooklyn-based home furnishings and housewares company West Elm announced it’s latest venture on Monday: hotels. ... Read More

The National Park Service officially turns 100 years old on August 25. ... Read More

It’s been a little more than two weeks since North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed House Bill 2 (HB2), which repealed new anti... Read More

Think Circle City is little more than the Indy 500? You’d be wrong. In the past few years, Indianapolis has experienced a significant renaissance,... Read More

The hotel is owned by the Arc of Indiana, an organization dedicated to serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The group took... Read More

With a recent opening of a museum-hotel in Durham, North Carolina; a pair of properties currently under construction in Oklahoma City and Lexington... Read More

“We have a circus and sideshow mentality to the way we do business,” says Brandon Hodge, owner of the retro-inspired Big Top Candy Shop in Austin, TX. ... Read More

On a placid suburban street in Columbus, Indiana, a block-long wall of towering, neatly clipped evergreens was the only clue of the presence of an... Read More

If you want great food, go to the source: food festivals. These gatherings celebrate local fare at its freshest and purest, straight from the field to... Read More

You've probably heard about them in a song (John Mellencamp's "Small Town") or seen them in a movie (Breaking Away), but to really experience those... Read More

Watching the World Series on TV—or even in person—is fine for a certain kind of sports fan. Other fanatics want to meet their larger-than-life heroes,... Read More

Jab, heave, turn. Jab, heave, turn. The sun was glaring as my 12-year-old, Hannah, and I, pitchforks in hand, attacked a three-foot-tall compost heap... Read More

Indiana's easy on the eyes. Easy on the other senses, too, like a sweet old tune you haven't heard in a while. Those who traverse Indiana from north to... Read More

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