Indiana

What On Earth Is Duckpin Bowling?

First of all, no ducks were harmed during the writing of this story. Turns out duckpin bowling has literally nothing do with ducks at all.  It's a bit bizarr...

Lincoln’s Indiana Home

The first thing you'll learn about the site of Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home - is that it's no longer there. In fact, it makes sense when you realize the im...

Making History Fun In Fishers, Indiana

When Cathy Ferree drives into work each morning - she looks for the giant red helium balloon floating above Conner Prairie Interactive History Park.  "Oh good, ...

Keeping It Simple In Fort Wanye

Life seems rather simple in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  Simple is good. Fort Wayne is Indiana's second largest city and just a couple hours from Indianapolis.  Whi...

Can You Say Orangutan?

A young orangutan climbs above the crowd at the Indianapolis Zoo Can you say "orangutan"?  Chances are you can't.  But, don't feel bad - I wasn't pronouncin...

The Genealogy Center

Fort Wayne, Indiana welcomes over 100,000 visitors each year to the Allen County Public Library.  The Genealogy Center located on the library's second floor is ...

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is best known for it's signature event The Indy 500.  But, it's not exactly lights out the other 364 days of the year. You'll...

Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

On a rainy afternoon in Indianapolis I had a chance to visit one of the most impressive museums I've ever been to.  Some background and "behind the ...