Built in 1895 by South Bend industrialist, JD Oliver, the Oliver Mansion is a 38-room, Romanesque Queen Anne house featuring all original furnishings and items.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart is celebrating its 126th anniversary since being built by the University of Notre Dame's founder, Father Sorin.
One of the only urban white-water rafting courses in the country, the East Race Waterway has hosted over 300,000 visitors since being constructed in 1982!
In addition to its rotating exhibits, South Bend's Center For History remains the national repository for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.
For 114 years, the Studebaker Corporation produced vehicles in the heart of South Bend; today, the museum displays its one-of-a-kind historical car collection.
Folk-rocker, and Columbus, Indiana native, Megan Maudlin, performs "Carry On," off her debut album, "My Own Heroine."
Discover the latest in Indiana craft beers as Certified Beer Server, Nathan Finley, leads a tasting of Sun King's Osiris, 3 Floyd's Gumballhead, and more!
Jewelry artist and metalsmith, Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro, explores the evolving world of wearable art, pieces that continue to gain attention across the world.
Travel to one of Indiana's only hops farms, Three Hammers Farms, to see how homegrown hops are harvested and distributed to local breweries across the state.
Memory Chain explores the 8th annual gathering of the Men's Apparel Club of Indianapolis, held in 1925, as the nation continued to heal after World War I.
Born and raised in Columbus, folk-rock singer, Megan Maudlin overcame extreme stage fright to become an artist known for her fearless songs and hard-rock style!