Take a road trip with hosts Erica Sagon and Darryl Neher as they travel to some of Indiana’s favorite destinations and discover new ones along the way!
In 1889, Monroe Seiberling built an iconic mansion; today, it is home to the Howard County Historical Society, and features numerous exhibits.
Founded in 1888 by chemist Charles Edward, Kokomo Opalescent Glass is the oldest stained-glass manufacturer in the US, producing handmade glass for 130 years.
As Chairman of Cummins, J. Irwin Miller set Columbus on a global path, creating the Cummins Foundation to transform the city into a modern architectural mecca.
When the West Nile Virus struck in 2002, Kathy Hershey leapt into action, creating the Utopia Wildlife Rehabilitators, focusing on rehabilitation and release.
After leaving corporate jobs, Kurt and Lisa Zwanzig started a small pizzeria in their neighborhood. Today, it's been voted the best small brewpub in the US!
For 60 years, the Musillami family has served classic diner food, including their signature dish, the Pizza Burger, to customers at Musillami's Drive-In.
Celebrating it's 25th year, the Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum strives to preserve the military history of the Bakalar Air Force Base, located near Columbus, IN.
During WWII, the Evansville LST was critical to beachfront invasions, including the infamous D-Day; today, it is the only seaworthy LST 325 left in the country!
In 2014, after nearly a decade of home-brewing, Steve and Arlyn Llewellyn opened Function Brewing, a nano-brewery featuring a rotating selection of craft beer.
For over 40 years, the Garrett family has run The Garret Antiques shop out of Bloomington's iconic 'Batman House,' an ornate limestone mansion built in 1895.