By 1899, Herman Hulman had introduced Clabber Girl Baking Powder, which became a regional bakers' favorite.
"Do One Thing, And Do it Better than Anyone." Orville Redenbacher's slogan from a 1987 commercial for Gourmet Popping Corn summed up his life's work.
The names of most of the places settled by African-American pioneers in the nineteenth century have disappeared, but one remains.
Indiana has its share of ghost stories, and maybe even more than its fair share of ghost-tracking clubs.