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Do-It-Yourself Candy Corn

Do-It-Yourself Candy Corn

Candy Corn, a long time American treat

October 27, 2012 2:59 pm
Hoosier and German in Jasper and Huntingburg

Hoosier and German in Jasper and Huntingburg

A while back I wrote a book titled Jasper and Huntingburg, about two distinctively different but disintinctly Southern Indiana towns. Huntington might best be known as the setting for several movies including “A League of Their Own” and “The Rain” with Morgan Freeman and Christian Slater. Ja…

October 26, 2012 2:59 pm
Local historian honors folk hero's centennial

Local historian honors folk hero's centennial

Ron Cohen’s love of folk music began early when as a teen he listened to his older brother’s collection of folk music records, gaining an appreciation and respect for that music form and one artist in particular – Woody Guthrie.

October 20, 2012 8:00 pm Photos

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SHELF LIFE: How Hoosier foods put the culture back in agriculture

SHELF LIFE: How Hoosier foods put the culture back in agriculture

Mention the term Hoosier cuisine and you might get a snotty sniff and the mention of fried cheeseburgers (yes, there are places in Indiana where that is a specialty but hey no one is perfect) and outlandish fair food – deep fried Twinkies anyone? But writer David Hoppe and photographer Krist…

October 20, 2012 6:38 pm Photos

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Sorghum, an historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Sorghum, an historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Wander the country roads of Southern Indiana and you’ll sometimes see signs advertising freshly made sorghum, the sight of a pony pulling a rope round and round in a circle attached to a machine or an odd piece of farm machinery that looks like a long forgotten antique laying out in a field.…

October 19, 2012 2:59 pm Photos

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Sorghum, a historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Sorghum, a historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Wander the country roads of Southern Indiana and you’ll sometimes see signs advertising freshly made sorghum, the sight of a pony pulling a rope round and round in a circle attached to a machine or an odd piece of farm machinery that looks like a long forgotten antique laying out in a field.…

October 12, 2012 2:59 pm Photos

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