Author: Amanda Miller

Amanda is a local photographer, writer and Hendricks County native. She is our go-to resource for the latest happenings in local Arts & Culture and ideas for planning your next Girlfriend Getaway. 

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Spring is here! Spring is here! Spring is here! After the winter we’ve had, I know I’m not the only one who wants to skip joyously around town today. Let’s welcome spring with open arms this year, shall we? This list should get you started, whether…

Congrats, you survived another holiday season! Now, take some time to celebrate your victory, grab a girlfriend — or a few — and try one of these fun, indoor activities that will keep you warm and toasty this winter. Take your tea like a lady: The…

5 Holiday Light Displays in Hendricks County

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 10:54 PM by Amanda Miller

When I was a kid, I always looked forward to the time during the holidays when my parents would take us for a drive to see the town’s Christmas lights. We especially sought out displays where enterprising homeowners had toiled for days to bedeck…

Top 10: Ways to Relax Before the Holidays

Sunday, November 24, 2013 10:34 PM by Amanda Miller

When I say “the holiday season,” a word that doesn’t often come to mind is “relaxation.” This year, as the holidays draw closer, make it your goal to take time out from the hustle and bustle and enjoy some quality R&R. Need some ideas? Meet a…

Spooky Geocaching in Hendricks County

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 7:00 AM by Amanda Miller

Looking for a unique way to give yourself the heebie-jeebies this Halloween during daylight hours? You can always visit some of Hendricks County’s haunted sites, or you can turn it into a game by hunting for geocaches in spooky spaces. What is…

Ready to find some hidden treasure? Grab your smartphone or handheld GPS and head to Hendricks County for a geocaching adventure! What is geocaching? Geocaching is a modern-day, GPS-guided, outdoor treasure-hunting game. “Caches” — hidden containers…

The kids may be back in school, but summer isn’t over! You still have plenty of time to get out of the house (and office) and enjoy this beautiful Indiana season. Make use of the later hours of the day by enjoying some of these things to do outside…