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Five Great Brown County Restaurants

BIG WOODS BREWING CO. You can follow the pointing finger signs around Nashville to this brewpub that taps seven craft beers and a root beer. It is not difficult to find …

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Live Studio Audience: Watching Artists at Work

Today, the creative types who carry on his legacy are bound together in more than spirit: They have organized a self-guided studio tour known as

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Monroe Doctrine: Mighty Fine Bluegrass Pickin'

Bill Monroe sang fondly of Kentucky, the state of his birth, and made its blue moon famous. So it was quite a tribute to Indiana that the

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Hello, Old Paint: Visiting the Studio of a Famous Hoosier Painter

When T.C. Steele, granddaddy of the original artists’ community of Brown County, first took his new wife there, he warned her not to put

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Now Hear This: Live Music in "Little" Nashville

The 19th Hole Sports Bar & Grille. Overlooking the Salt Creek golf course, this man cave is where buds meet to drink

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Wanna Bed? Three Super Sleepovers

At some country getaways, “rustic” is code for mildew in the shower, “secluded” means covered in spider webs, and

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Cabin in the Woods

I came to Brown County the way many of us who live here did—first for a day, then for a weekend, now for good. My husband

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The Roads Less Traveled

Make no mistake: The hiking trails in Brown County State Park are among the finest in the country. Still, a walk around much-visited Ogle Lake on an October weekend

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Find Dining: Pine Room Tavern

Sometimes David Bower, the Pine Room Tavern’s GM and executive chef, has to give directions to city-dwelling callers. Left at the McDonald’s, again at the

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Happy Trails: Themed Tourist Treks Statewide

[A] NORTHERN INDIANA ART & EARTH TRAIL148 stops • artandearthtrail.com>> Seven themed loops, one in each county on the trail, lead to attractions such as Indiana’s largest cheese factory (Shipshewana Loop) and Molly Bea’s Ingredients (Dunes Loop), an emporium known for grind-your-own peanut butter.[B] BARN QUILT TRAIL50+ stops • visitmarshallcounty.org>> Pull over to admire colorful […]

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There & Back: Cincinnati's Pro Tennis Tournament

Cincy’s venerable, 113-year-old event arrives annually as a cut-rate version of the U.S. Open.

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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.

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Boy Scouts Cook for Camp

More than 50 Boy Scouts and their troop leaders dished up a hearty grilled lunch this afternoon at the annual Marsh Cookout on the Circle, in an attempt to raise $20,000—enough to send 1,000 Scouts to summer camp.

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Long Weekends

The boss thinks Friday is a workday. And maybe it is for the rest of those poor folks back at the office. But when the days are sunny, the nights are warm, and the water’s just right, two-day weekends hardly seem long enough. So we hereby declare Friday workdays to be optional. And by “optional” we mean we won’t be showing up at all. Join us, won’t you?

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