After being born and raised in Solsberry, local historian Larry Shute began a lifelong modeling project to preserve the history and heyday of his beloved town.
In 2015, the IU Art Museum acquired an infrared camera, OSIRIS, an indispensable conservation tool that allows a painting's "underdrawing" to become visible.
Founded in 1870, Irvington gained popularity as an intellectual and artistic haven as home to celebrated Butler College. Today, the legacy continues.
For 13 years, the annual Irvington Ghost Tours have introduced visitors to the surprising neighborhood history, featuring H. H. Holmes, Dillinger, and more!
Originally opened in 1917, the Irving Theater was a center of neighborhood activity for 50 years; today, owner Dale Harkins hopes to restore its former glory.
Founded in 1927, the Irvington Halloween Festival is the longest-running Halloween festival in the US, featuring window painting, pumpkin carving, and a parade.
From the glamor of Hollywood movie sets, to the mysteries of Indiana, Lynette Eklund has continued to haunt visitors with her disturbing monster creations.
Started in 2008, the Indy Air Hogs annual Fly-in has grown to be one of the largest in the country, hosting powered paraglider pilots from around the world.
Hemmer Woods Nature Preserve features old-growth forest, including Oak and Tulip, some of the only virgin forests in Indiana and a National Natural Landmark.
Established in 1873 by German immigrant Christopher Schnabel, the National Library Bindery of Indiana is the oldest manufacturing company in Indianapolis.