Join Little Indiana’s Jessica Nunemaker as she takes the “The Weekly Special” on a tour of Indiana’s smallest communities and unexpected treasures. From country diners to fascinating hobby shops, we’ll explore what makes each of these locations unique in the Hoosier community.
"The Town of Rossville is truly a place where you can feel at home," as the town motto declares! Join Jessica Nunemaker as she explores this town of 1600!
Established along the Ohio River in 1837, the town of Cannelton was once home to the tallest industrial building west of the Allegheny Mountains.
Home to 2,000 residents, Knightstown, Indiana became famous for the 1986 movie “Hoosiers.” Today, the town continues the film tradition at the “Hoosier Gym.”
Located in Hancock County, Fortville, Indiana has less than 5,000 residents, but more than makes up for the small population in spirit and commerce!
Join Little Indiana’s Jessica Nunemaker as she explores the town of Vevay, the home of the first commercial winery in the U.S.
From a Ferris Wheel turned bridge, accordingly to locals, to delicious food and treats at George’s Koffee Kup and Piggies’N’Cream, Kouts has a lot to offer.
DePauw University may get all the attention, but Greencastle, Indiana, has several unexpected assets; Jessica Nunemaker shows us where to look!
Little Indiana's Jessica Nunemaker visits the Weekly Special studio to discuss her latest adventures and announce her upcoming book, set for release in 2016.
Known as the circus capital of the world, Peru has an incredibly rich history! Jessica Nunemaker introduces its fine cuisine, shops, and historic landmarks!
From a wonderful downtown gallery, to the perfect “mom and pop” bakery, join Jessica Nunemaker as she introduces you to another great small town getaway.