From unique destinations to Hoosier profiles, join us as we explore the people, places, and events that continue to shape our state.
Founded in 1997 by Damien and Rita Gabis, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens has reclaimed over 330 acres of farmland, transforming it to Indiana’s native landscape.
In 2012, Taltree Arboretum & Gardens partnered with the Trumpeter Swan Society to introduce a pair of Trumpeter Swans to their “Windows to the Wetland” exhibit.
In Indianapolis, the jazz scene grew along Indiana Avenue in the early 20th century, fostering some astounding talents and contributing to jazz across America.
In 1967, David Baker helped start the IU Jazz Studies program, one of the first in the nation; today, the program is considered one of the best in the world.
During World War II, the Tuskegee Airmen of the 618th and 619th Bomb Squadrons trained at Atterbury Airfield where they fought for freedom at home and abroad.
Built in 1891 as segregation became Indiana law, Corydon's Leora Brown School is Indiana's oldest and longest standing school for African American children.
As Tuberculosis raged across Indianapolis, a group of African American women joined together to demand better healthcare and education for their community.
More than 90 years ago, the University of Notre Dame gained national attention when staff and students alike battled the Ku Klux Klan.
In 1896, Bloomington jeweler Joshua Howe, built the town’s first horseless carriage; a century later, two Bloomington men set out to rebuild the legacy.
For a decade, families have been able to celebrate the Christmas tradition of roasting chestnuts while visiting Santa Claus' favorite, Santa's Candy Castle.