Worthy mascots, the Kokomo Hum, and our limestone quarries. Ask The Hoosierist.
This handy tool, that fits easily on your keychain, will change how you come into contact with the outside world.
Tornado claims, Ball jars, and aging arcade games.
“I’m not the total a-hole that people think I am.”
Our maple syrup industry, renamed city streets, and a second Athenaeum. Ask The Hoosierist.
Indianapolis is way kinder to canines than it was just a decade ago—just look at the plethora of places you can now bring your pooch. Who’s ready to go for a walk?
TV drones, rural internet, and Amazon’s massive Indiana distribution centers. Ask the Hoosierist.
Holiday light hassles, the King Cole Building, and lax dress codes. Ask the Hoosierist.
Who run the world? Girls.
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“We’ve been told that after the first five or 10 minutes, they actually forget we’re in our underwear, because they’re so focused on the music and the comedy.”
Irritable turkeys, museum security, and Tonic Ball talent. Ask the Hoosierist.
“We can now program more than 16 million color combinations.”
“As a comedian, you do sometimes feel sort of superfluous.”
Invasive fish, leaf-peeping, and film festival stars. Ask the Hoosierist.