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Journey Indiana

Episode 524

May 24, 2023

From the Indiana Dunes State Park: Discover the Ukrainian cultural art form of pysanka, learn about a one of a kind bike race in the Hoosier National Forest, and explore a 1950's home with a unique history.

Stories from this Episode

Delicate Design, Powerful Protest

Artist profile of Natalie Kravchuk, a Ukrainian pysanka artist - colorfully designed and richly symbolic Easter eggs, based on a long tradition of Ukrainian folk art. Natalie creates these as a means of protest against Russia's recent invasion of Ukraine, and attempts to pass along this native folk art to new generations of artists. Produced by Todd Gould, Videography by John Timm.

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Cycling Past the Graveyard

The Death March bike race sees competitors race around the Hoosier National Forest, but instead of traditional checkpoints cyclists visit the many graveyards that dot the hilly landscape. Produced by Adam Carroll, Videography by Jake Lindsay and John Timm

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Rebuilt to Last: Lustron Home in Beverly Shores

Meet a Northwest Indiana couple who restored a 1950's Lustron home. Produced by Jason Pear

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