Posts from August 2012

With so many visitors coming to Lucas Oil Raceway in Brownsburg, Indiana, for the NHRA Mac Tools U.S. Nationals competition today through Monday, Sept. 3, we thought it might be both topical and helpful for our guests to get tips on some things to…

I have always loved horses. As a child, I always wanted one (I had no idea how much work one would be) and grew even fonder after covering the Kentucky Derby when I was a journalist in Louisville. But I must confess, I had never ridden a horse until…

Second Saturdays: Sally Ann's Ceramics

Friday, August 24, 2012 11:00 PM by Amanda Miller

The arts and culture scene is thriving in Hendricks County. Since the Rural Routes to Main Street Cultural Trail officially launched in 2010, it has been such a success that it extended earlier this year to include special opportunities on the second…

Each season of the year offers its own range of interesting scenes and subjects to photograph. Whether you’re an aspiring shutterbug or professional photographer, be sure to bring your camera with you when you visit Hendricks County. For great…

I, Ericka Bethel, am addicted to Pinterest! Shew, boy does that ever feel good to get off my chest! So yes, I have a little bit of an addiction to Pinterest, the virtual pin board. Who doesn't right? For those of you who don't know what I'm talking…

Top 10: Hendricks County outdoor dining spots

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 11:00 PM by Amanda Miller

On a perfect summer evening — not too hot, not too humid, at sunset with a pleasant breeze keeping the bugs at bay — outdoor tables at area restaurants become hot commodities. Keep this list of Hendricks County’s Top 10 places to eat dinner outside…

When I think of Beasley's Orchard in Danville, Indiana, I think of fall, apples and pumpkins. But this Hendricks County orchard is open now and is about more than just apples. It is a great place to get homegrown produce, pies from Gray Brothers…