Built in 1886 as part of Tomlinson Hall, the Indianapolis Catacombs remained after the hall burned! Today, the catacombs' purpose continues to be a mystery!
In the premiere of our "What's in a Picture" series, we explore the hidden history of Vigée Le Brun's "Portrait of Mrs. Chinnery," at the IU Art Museum.
IU Art Museum Director, Heidi Gealt, joins us to provide details on the "Three Remarkable Women" exhibit, featuring Le Brun's "Portrait of Mrs. Chinnery."
Founded in 1863, the Heinl’s Flower Shop is the oldest flower shop in the Midwest! Heinl’s Flower Shop continues to bring joy and beauty to Terre Haute.
The Weekly Special visits Santa Claus, Indiana, to see the world's oldest Santa Claus statue and learn more about this amazing restoration project!
The Weekly Special steps back into 1836 to learn how some of the earliest Hoosiers celebrated the holidays!
Joe Hren joins Willard Library Director, Greg Hager, to learn more about Indiana’s oldest library building, and the benefactor that made it possible.
Weekly Special hosts Joe Hren and Pam Thrash get a sneak peak of Willard Library’s ghost tour as they visit some of its most infamous haunted sites.
Director Greg Hager explains the beginning of Willard Library’s paranormal fame, and the library’s continued international following of virtual ghost hunters.
Eva Sanford explains the legend of Willard Library’s Grey Lady, and the storied history behind her assumed identity, Louise Carpenter.