Our Great Outdoors

July 1, 2015

The heat of July makes the leafy greenness of nature very attractive, so here are 15 great treks for you to enjoy on foot, on a bike, on a horse, in a canoe or kayak or from the air-conditioned comfort of your car.

Lore of the Lure

July 1, 2015

Garrett’s legendary fishing lure company, Creek Chub, lives on in the collections of people near and far who enjoy finding the baits that built the famous company and were at the heart of many a fishing tale.

Vintners at work

June 1, 2015

Northeastern Indiana has one of the hottest growing new industries: winemaking.

It’s summertime

June 1, 2015

Summer is when friends drop by and you suddenly realize you’re hosting a party.

Sculpture with Purpose

May 12, 2015

IPFW gave the city a brilliantly generous public art project called Sculpture with Purpose.

A return to ‘Days’

May 12, 2015

Drake Hogestyn has had another soap-opera career pivot. Is he coming home?

Meatless feasts

May 12, 2015

We used to sigh and tell the server, “I’ll take the vegetarian option.” Now even the carnivores grin and say, “That looks delicious!”

A new heart

May 12, 2015

Mark Bell’s dramatic story is one of rebirth. He’s a heart transplant patient from Lutheran Hospital.

Zookeepers’ pets

May 12, 2015

The people we admire (and envy) because they get to work with exotic animals go home to their pets just like the rest of us. Meet the zookeepers and their pets.

The Fortune of the Commons

May 12, 2015

Contributing Writer David Bennett explores the contrasting ideas of the tragedy and the fortune of the commons.

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