In part one of a three-part series examining bluegrass history in Indiana, learn how a popular 1930s pastime in the town of Bean Blossom inspired a festival.
After seeing his home in a vision, Daniel Gobin has spent over 40 years building his 9,000 square foot dodecagon home, featuring sacred geometry and pyramid.
In 1934, Evansville's Wes Peters built what is considered the prototype for Usonian architecture before becoming Frank Lloyd Wright's lifelong chief engineer.
After being saved by seven men from Shirley, Indiana, the 1879 Jane Ross Reeves Octagon House is one of only five remaining octagon homes in the state.
Wanting a unique, yet functional way to build a passive solar home, Batesville metal artist Chaz Kaiser opted for an underground dome home.
Over 100 years after his death, James Whitcomb Riley remains one of Indiana's most famous literary figures and will be profiled on WTIU's latest documentary.
For over thirty years, the Hangar 5 restaurant has entertained visitors with it's one-of-a-kind and up close view of the Columbus Municipal Airport tarmac.
During World War II, the Tuskegee Airmen of the 618th and 619th Bomb Squadrons trained at Atterbury Airfield where they fought for freedom at home and abroad.
Originally purchased by Joseph Cox in 1816, the 88-acrePioneer Mother's Memorial Forest is one of Indiana's only remaining tracts of virgin hardwood forest.
Indiana's top custom-fan company, Fanimation, hosts the world's largest collection of antique fans, with over 200 fans tracing the evolution of indoor comfort.