Starting now, Hoosiers will mark two centuries of Indiana history with a yearlong party. But what, exactly, are we commemorating?
The next best thing to reading a hand-written letter sent to you is reading a handwritten letter sent to someone else.
Where to find beads, po' boys, King Cake, and everything else you need to laissez les bon temps rouler.
If you can’t pay your respects to original capital Corydon this year, head to the Indiana History Center’s You Are There 1816: Indiana Joins the Nation exhibit.
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The Hoosierist would love to serve up a racy origin story for Kokomo's Silk Stocking District, but the facts won’t cooperate.
“When Eli Lilly was 23 years old, he got so bored in the infantry division of the Union Army that he convinced Indiana’s governor to let him start the 18th Indiana Battery.”
I. The Vonneguts were here (and still are). The new Kurt Vonnegut mural along Mass Ave has made the likeness of Indy’s most famous author a permanent fixture of the cityscape. And the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library, opened in 2011, allows visitors to lay fingers on the very typewriter keys the giant once tapped (and […]