Catch Bicentennial Fever: Time-Travel To 1816 Corydon
If you can’t pay your respects to original capital Corydon this year, head to the Indiana History Center’s You Are There 1816: Indiana Joins the Nation exhibit.
Amanda Heckert2 min read
Top Five Free Museums on MLK Day
Among the MLK Day events is storyteller Portia Jackson speaking about courageous children from the Civil Rights Movement at the Children’s Museum.
Bonnie Rice2 min read
Street Savvy: Canal Walk
Left unfinished in the 1880s, the Canal now hosts museums, music, a burger joint, and much more.
Lindsay Lyon3 min read
Speed Read: Putting on (L.S.) Ayres
To enter the exhibit, guests walk through a vintage photograph that appears to hang in midair.
Kristen Fuhs Wells3 min read
Exhibit Worthy: Top Shopping at Indy Museums
Great picks at Children’s Museum, Eiteljorg, IMA, and more
Laura Kruty1 min read
Social Media: Historic Photos from the Indianapolis Press Club
When Prohibition ended, the boozy, bawdy days of the Indianapolis Press Club began. Patrons favored a martini “so potent that on the third sip” their tongues would be “paralyzed,” according to one account.
Adam Wren7 min read
Sneak Preview: New Baseball History Exhibit Hits Home Run
The exhibit includes a picture of women playing baseball in the 1890s, five decades before the movie characters portrayed by Geena Davis and Madonna had a “League Of Their Own” during World War II.
Rob Hunt2 min read
Common Threads Between Indy and Tijuana
It turns out that the border town modeled its street plan after the Circle City’s in 1889.
Kristen Fuhs Wells2 min read
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