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Indiana

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Indiana Bicentennial: Hoosier Hall of Fame

On December 11, 2016, our state officially marked its bicentennial. To honor the occasion, IM names the 200 people, places, things, and moments that make us proud.

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Caught in the Middle: What Is Indiana’s Brand?

Starting now, Hoosiers will mark two centuries of Indiana history with a yearlong party. But what, exactly, are we commemorating?

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‘At Home with Ernie Pyle’: An Excerpt

Compiling his writings about the state for the first time, a new book reveals just how important those Hoosier ties were to Pyle.

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B is for Basketball

And this, truth be told, is what I have always wanted for my child: I want her to be a Hoosier.

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Indiana Backroads: Book Markers at Gene Stratton-Porter Sites

Explore unique locations in the area loved by Gene Stratton-Porter, the famous Indiana novelist.

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IM Archives: Jim Gaffigan, Funnyman of the People

“I’ve never eaten a Hot Pocket and then said, ‘I’m glad I ate that.’ It’s more like, ‘I’m gonna die.’”

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Photos: RFRA Protest Rally at the Indiana Statehouse

On Saturday Indianapolis protestors (“thousands,” according to some estimates) marched from Monument Circle to the Statehouse. Photographer Darryl Smith was on hand to capture the rally.

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Tweets of the Week: Religious Freedom Restoration Act

You can’t not have an opinion about Indiana Senate Bill 101.

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Day Trip: National Maple Syrup Festival

It’s back after a year’s hiatus and a move to Brown County.

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Exhibit Worthy: Top Shopping at Indy Museums

Great picks at Children’s Museum, Eiteljorg, IMA, and more

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12 Notable Nods to Indiana on Parks and Rec

Keen watchers here might have noticed some subtle Hoosier winks among the blatant ones.

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The Hoosierist: How Santa Claus, Indiana, Got Its Name

Eventually, The Nameless Town-ians met at a log church on Christmas Eve of 1852 to pick a moniker.

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Book Tour: Six Memorable Tomes Set in Indiana

Fort Wayne is Seventh on Hitler’s List is a collection of 17 stories about famous and less-than-famous Indiana residents from Fort Wayne native Michael Martone.

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Travel: Shipshewana's Amish Country

It’s Brown County with buggies, except Shipshewana lacks the centralized core that makes Nashville easy to roam. Instead, look for the Reifsnider Harness Shop mural and find yourself around the corner from the town’s best store.

Hoosiers: A New History of Indiana
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The Story of Us

In the introduction, Madison explains that he set out merely to “update” his first comprehensive account of the state’s past, published in 1986. “But simply updating that book proved unwise,” he writes. “Because Indiana has changed. So has the knowledge of our past.”

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