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Day Trip: The Parks and Rec Tin Ball

Parks and Rec donated the prop, now a must-see Indiana artifact.

Don’t Fudge It Up: Lake Michigan 101

Life shore can be a beach sometimes, so be prepared before your Lake Michigan getaway.

Brown County Shopping: Land of the Spree

From maple-bacon cupcakes to button-flap jammies, new and updated Nashville shops are loaded with cute stuff you don’t necessarily need but will almost certainly want.

Quilt to Last: Folk Art Flourishes in Paducah, Kentucky

Billed as the “Quilt Capital of the World,” Paducah shreds homey preconceptions of the folk art, showcasing new-wave materials and eye-popping pieces that are solidly 21st century.

Indiana Trails: Adena Trace's Hideaway Cove

Thirty minutes in at Adena Trace, I reached a clearing, and the overlook delivered: A gorgeous panorama of the eastern shore opened before me.

Top Stops On Brown County’s Art Tours

Between Back Roads of Brown County studio tour and the new Village ArtWalk, Hoosiers have more than enough studios and galleries to keep them satisfied.

Day Trip: Wolf Park

Help promote conservation, research, and have an unforgettable day of fun all at once.

Eat and Drink Brown County

A couple of classic spots get a new and improved taste, while an Indy pizzeria arrives on Main St. Rediscover food and drink in Brown County this fall.

Get Hooked on Indiana's Zipline Craze

Some ziplines cross open spaces, from pole to pole. Others run under a forest canopy, from tree to tree. True thrill-seekers will want the rush of whooshing through tight, leafy nooks at 20 to 45 miles per hour.

Web Exclusive: Miami Travel

Before the FBI raided the Tim Durham’s Chase Tower office, the notorious Indy financier loved to playboy his way around Miami. He invited IM along in 2008 when we first profiled him. Here’s how to live the high life in South Beach without the spoils of an alleged Ponzi scheme.