From unique destinations to Hoosier profiles, join us as we explore the people, places, and events that continue to shape our state.
Each year, thousands of visitors partake in the annual Bill Monroe Memorial Bluegrass Festival, the oldest, continuous running bluegrass festival in the world!
With the impending visit to Louisville by the Dalai Lama, the Weekly Special catches up with the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center here in Bloomington.
The Midwest Search Dogs, composed of nationally certified volunteers from Indiana, joins us in the studio to demonstrate their training and share their mission!
Nikki Reising turned her study abroad experience into a life-changing NGO that provides housing for children living on the streets in Bungoma, Kenya.
Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor shares her story of survival at Auschwitz, and the subsequent journey of forgiveness and education through the CANDLES museum.
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."
The Weekly Special joins the therapy dogs of Love on a Leash as they spread comfort and joy to Indiana communities.
Leo Huser, volunteer with Love on a Leash, joins us in the studio with his therapy dogs to provide more information on how you can get involved! involved!