Step right up, step right up — the circus is coming to town.
At central Indiana’s newest attraction, players can tee up, chow down or just settle in for the region’s best rock, country, R&B and pop music.
Dragonflies and unicorns, abstract shapes and mandalas fill the walls inside the studio space.
When the Indiana State Fair fires up on Friday, people will flock to the fairgrounds for a wide variety of reasons.
Against a backdrop of cool blues and greens, multitudes of fish will swim along the Big Blue River in Edinburgh.
I cannot recall my first incidence of laughter or who initiated it — but I can assume it was my father, mother or two older sisters Leta or Debbie.
I ran into a friend recently who asked if I knew she had “quit” a year ago. She said she simply knew it was time and went “cold turkey.”
Reflected light cascades at the center of the gallery, as the language of Native Americans who had originally called Indiana home welcomes visitors.