The New Indy Must-Do List: Show Your Hoosier Pride

These local products let you revel in your roots while supporting homegrown businesses.

Dickinson Custom Furniture & Kitchenware Indiana cutting board
$56. Homespun: Modern Handmade
869 Massachusetts Ave., 317-351-0280,

Kurt Vonnegut finger puppet
$6. Kurt Vonnegut Library Gift Store
340 N. Senate Ave., 652-1954,

Hoosier Momma Bloody Mary Maker
$5.99 to $9.99. Sold at Marsh, Meijer, Kroger, and other locations,

Studio Indiana fine-art photography books and prints
 $22 and up. Studio Indiana
430 N. Sewell Rd., Bloomington, 812-332-5037,

United State of Indiana flask
$25. Homespun: Modern Handmade
869 Massachusetts Ave., 317-351-0280,

240sweet marshmallows
$6.50. The Simply Sweet Shoppe
30 N. Range Line Rd., Carmel, 317-818-9866,

Peared Creation Indianapolis Brewery lamp
$130 to $260. Homespun: Modern Handmade
869 Massachusetts Ave., 351-0280,

Burton’s Maplewood Farm maple syrup
$8 to $35. Burtons

Tiny Indiana State charm necklace (gold-dipped or solid silver)
$50 to $60. Silver in the City
434 Massachusetts Ave., 317-955-9925,

Linnea’s Lights hand-poured natural soy candles
$16 to $32. Oliver’s Twist
14390 Clay Terrace Blvd., Carmel, 317-569-8420,; Uber, 31 W. City Center Dr., Carmel, 317-564-5638,

I LOVE Indiana pillow
$48. Crimson Tate
845 Massa-chusetts Ave., 317-426-3300,

Ambre Blends Pure Essence Oils
$46. Ambre Blends

“Elliot” traveler
$960. House of 5th (showroom by appointment only)
2807 E. 10th St., 317-410-7786,

Kitty-litter panniers by IndyCog
$35 for two

Kyle Ragsdale paintings
$100 to $5,000. Kyle Ragsdale
1505 N. Delaware St., Ste. 13, 317-531-0474,

Indiana State Flag belt buckle
$31. Fosterweld

Pattern magazine
$10. Printtext
652 E. 52nd St., 317-910-8203,

The Bearded State tee by Vardagen
$26. Vardagen
8684 E. 116th St.,

Flag tee by United State of Indiana
$26. United State of Indiana

We Like You Here tee by Indie Loves Indy

No Mean City T-shirt by The Brick Shirthouse
$15. Homespun
869 Massachusetts Ave., 317-351-0282,

So you’ve climbed the Monument, munched on corn at the Indiana State Fair, had your mouth set afire by a certain shrimp-cocktail sauce. But what are the modern-day rites of passage? We have answers: The New Indy-Must Do List.

This article appeared in the February 2014 issue.