Barbara Elder is known for her love of challenges; today, she is the premiere "flag repair" specialist in the country, saving flags from across the world.
Formed in 2005, the Patriot Guard Riders continue to support families of the fallen, returning soldiers, and communities through volunteer work and outreach.
After receiving a community grant, volunteers from across West Terre Haute joined together to transform their baseball fields into a family sanctuary and park.
In 1937, the American Legion outlined the Ceremony for Disposal of Unserviceable Flags. Commander Joe Hardin joins us in the studio to explain the ceremony.
In love with hot peppers since childhood, Susan Welsand has become one of the most prolific chili farmers in the world, with over 2,000 hot pepper varieties!
After years in the arts and cultural community of Bloomington, Marc Tschida decided to start his own business: celebrating Bloomington scenes through puzzles!
Bloomington natives, and popular rock duo, Root Soother, explain what has motivated their unique sound, a self-described mash-up of blues and punk.
Earth Eats' Annie Corrigan meets with a local gardener, and IU doctorate candidate, who has taken a unique approach to sustainability and green living.
Rock duo, Root Soother, join us in the studio for the first time to perform "Rye," a new song off their debut album, "Antique Boutique."
Located in Indianapolis, Late Harvest Kitchen features hearty, fresh meals prepared by Chef Ryan Nelson; learn the story behind his signature dish, Pork Cheeks.