During the 1920s and 1930s, the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Company achieved worldwide notoriety through their industry-changing innovations and designs.
For 100 years, the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Sciences has entertained visitors far and wide with their interactive exhibits and living history!
Built in 1871, the Reitz mansion was home to one of Evansville's founding families; today, it is one of the finest Victorian homes in the country!
As one of the oldest restaurants in Evansville, the Hilltop Inn continues its legacy today featuring their world-renowned brain sandwiches!
Looking for a creative outlet, Todd Hubbard became a Master Luthier. Today, Hubbard continues to share his custom-made guitars with musicians around the world!
During WWII, the Evansville LST was critical to beachfront invasions, including the infamous D-Day; today, it is the only seaworthy LST 325 left in the country!
Opened in 1915, Bosse Field is one of the oldest ballparks in the country, playing host to hollywood stars, the Evansville Otters, and visitors young and old!
NeonWorks owner, Tom Wartman, explains how a neon sign is made, from the delicacy of tube bending to the challenge of inserting the necessary gas into the sign.
The Weekly Special visits Cincinnati’s iconic Union Terminal, home to the Cincinnati Museum Center, to learn more about the exciting highlights and exhibits.
What would the Queen City be without its famous chili? Joe and Pam visit Skyline Chili, one of Cincinnati's oldest chili franchises, to learn (and taste) more!