About the National Parks: A Quick Interview

national park interview

In case you haven't heard, the National Park Service (NPS) is celebrating 100 years of national parks this year. And while the landscapes have been around for a tiny bit longer (science tells us the Grand Canyon formed 17 million years ago, give or take), the NPS is promoting free admission to all the parks in honor of National Park Week, which takes place from April 16-24,  READ MORE

The Epic Battle Between Good and Really, Really Awful

Star Wars Good and Awful

There is a war in the universe between two sides. One dark, sinister and empty, the other filled with light, hope and what-is-right. The conflict between them is a battle for the very soul of us all. The two armies aren’t separated by intent or the content of the combatants’ hearts. One isn’t inherently Evil, the other overwhelmingly Good. It’s just that one represents the v  READ MORE

10 Fall Beers We Love

The Best Fall Beers

Maybe it’s all the flannel shirts, but we can’t think of a better time to explore seasonal beers than fall. From pumpkin brews to hoppy IPAs, there’s a fall beer out there for everyone. Here are 10 (from all over the U.S.) that we just can’t get enough of: Hoppy (ha!) reading, sipping, and pouring… 1. Beer: Pumpkin Ale Brewery: Schlafly — St. Louis, MI Fall without pumpkin  READ MORE

The Top 5 Things to Do in Indianapolis This September

5 Ways to Do Indy Right This Month

It seems like in the Midwest, fall is everyone’s favorite season. With the leaves changing, temperatures cooling off, and pesky mosquitos finally disappearing, we can’t say we blame them. To get you excited for the end of summer and the changing seasons, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 things to do in Indianapolis (our hometown) this September. Check out the events on  READ MORE

How to Have a Blast at Your State Fair

How to Have Fun at Your State Fair

It’s late summer, meaning state fairs are happening all around the country. Here in Indiana, ours ended last week. We took advantage of the cooler-than-usual weather to get out there and play some games, eat some delicious (friday and greasy, of course) food, and learn some fun facts about Indiana’s history. Whether you’re a can’t-miss-it annual fair attender, or you’ve neve  READ MORE