The 44th U.S. president’s diverse lineage is well-known. But few are aware of his family ties to the Dunham House, a Victorian-era farmstead tucked among the rolling fields of rural Indiana.
To mark Indiana’s bicentennial,
Indianapolis Monthly chose the state’s 200 all-time great people, places, things, and moments.
The T.C. Steele State Historic Site site is even more colorful this year, thanks to a revival of Selma Steele’s century-old vision.
Forty years ago this month, the inner loop of I-65/I-70 opened to drivers. And while the anniversary won’t get much fanfare, the massive (and sometimes deadly) interstate extension dramatically altered the landscape—and future fortunes—of our city.
Art, architecture, and more to see in the D
The four-time champ recalls how close he came to first place in 1982—one of the greatest finishes in the history of the race.
Magnificent panoramas of the first running, part of the Bretzman Collection at the Indiana Historical Society, capture the Indianapolis Motor Speedway a century ago.
Why isn’t this livable landmark moving?
The most unforgettable quotations from (or inspired by) our fair state.
He went to live at a state institution because he wasn’t like other kids. He stayed there for 53 years. And then he finally got to come home.