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Swoon: The Breakfast Club

“We were sending out the plates two at a time, as fast as we could make them.”

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Hoosier Hall Of Fame: It Happened Here!

The past comes alive at these historic spots-of-significance around the state—some of which are getting a little lift from Bicentennial projects.

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New Ryan White Book Highlights Indiana’s Mixed Legacy of Acceptance

In some ways, the recent furor over Indiana’s RFRA echoed a heated discrimination debate from three decades ago, when the state was previously a battleground in the national culture wars.

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The Hoosierist Tackles a Rumor With Legs

The Hoosierist would love to serve up a racy origin story for Kokomo’s Silk Stocking District, but the facts won’t cooperate.

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Street Savvy: Kokomo

Kokomo Opalescent Glass opened in 1888 with Louis Comfort Tiffany as a client. On a five-buck factory tour, you’ll feel the heat from the original furnace, visit the master glass-blower’s studio, see where employees signed the walls more than 100 years ago, and shop for art glass.