The truth is, I need them as much as they need me, which is why the search continues.
So that’s why we don’t have carriage drivers up in our grills screaming, “Hey, buddy! Carriage ride! Twenty bucks!”
No offense to our neighbors in Mexico or Chile, but I don’t want their produce, or anything grown upside-down in a hothouse. I want Mom’s.
“In the Hoosierist’s book, there’s no such thing as a “best” zucchini. Or even an acceptable one.”
I seem to like John Mellencamp more than native Hoosiers do—or at least have a much less complicated relationship with him.
Robert Frost famously said everything he learned about life could be summed up in three words: “It goes on.” This is the season of the next generation—and the next after that.
Some freedom-crushing wonk in the Beech Grove junta decided that watermelon rinds stuffed into public garbage containers punctured the plastic bags and made a mess.
This tiny establishment with a vaguely troubling moniker offers pastries and beverages exclusively to Angie’s List employees.
This past winter, our attic became a haven for flying squirrels. These small tree-dwellers, a protected species in Indiana, banged around over our heads for nearly a week before we gave up and called a wildlife-management organization.
“We’re not nervous about the large audience. We’re nervous about the history of the song and the expectations that the people of Indiana have for that moment.”
Who can blame the TV late-night legend and native Hoosier for sticking around longer than he intended? It’s hard to say goodbye to family.
My mother insisted I know how to read music even if I couldn’t perform it, and maybe that was good enough.
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I needed air. I felt like my Aunt Rose, who, during bouts of heart failure, would venture out onto her condo balcony to catch her breath.
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