Hit the highway and explore half a dozen Hoosier hamlets brimming with breathtaking scenery, historic character, quaint shops and restaurants, cozy inns, and endless excursions and activities—all within three hours of Indy.
It’s our third consecutive ride on the Holiday World carousel.The third go-round with the same calliope version of “Over the Waves” (yes, that song...
Terence Kahn was not known for living large or doling out even small sums of money. When he died a very rich man, it surprised almost everyone who knew him, especially those tasked with the job of giving away his fortune.
An unmarked grave in Crown Hill Cemetery might hold the answer to a presidential mystery—did Thomas Jefferson have a son who found freedom and success in Indianapolis?
From Ohio State Buckeyes to Butler Bulldogs, coach Thad Matta and former player Greg Oden have reunited in Indianapolis, where both men are happy to be home again and involved with the sport they couldn’t leave behind.
Magnavox Odyssey, the first-ever commercial home video-game console, was born in a Fort Wayne boardroom 50 years ago and changed home entertainment forever.
The Bloomington teen was the youngest person to ever create a New York Times crossword puzzle and has solved complex math problems that stumped Ph.D.s twice his age.
Researchers discovered a treasure trove of Mies van der Rohe's projects in Indianapolis that—much like our reputation for architecture—never got off the ground.
Fabio de la Cruz has promised to transform long-suffering Lafayette Square Mall with a $200 million investment, most of it his own money. His name may not be real, but his skeptics are.
Ten years after Indiana University professor Adrian Matejka’s poems first appeared in Poetry magazine, he takes the helm as the historic publication’s first Black editor. Here, he talks about growing up poor on the east side, his love of Star Trek, and what makes poetry relevant in the internet age.