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If you had a geodomain, what would you do with it?
That's the question a group of us have banded together to answer. Being Hoosiers, and being in charge of the domain name indiana.com, we're in a position to answer it as well as anyone.
We believe most geodomain sites are underutilized. They don't serve all the audiences a domain name describing a geographic place could be serving. Our site may not serve all those potential constituents yet, but it's our goal.
Craft beer making and consuming has exploded in the last few decades throughout the country. Indiana boasts more than 100 craft breweries with 8,000 full time employees and $1 billion in annual sales. When you attend Brewers of Indiana Guild events, you’re supporting small, local businesses that create some of the finest craft beer in the world.
Nestled deep in the Springs Valley area of Orange County, the French Lick Resort and the West Baden Springs Hotel are places of opulent splendor that will make visitors wonder if they’ve stepped into a time machine. U.S. presidents, movie stars, professional athletes and other dignitaries have lodged there, leaving some great stories behind. (We heard a great story about Eleanor Roosevelt staying there with her friend Lorena Hickock.) The French Lick Resort is 170 years old, and blends old-fashioned luxury with modern convenience.
Some Indiana festivals have a lot to offer foodies (even sophisticated ones!), well beyond what you might expect at most carnivals and county fairs. From Fort Wayne’s Greekfest to the Whiting Pierogi Fest to East Chicago’s Mexican Independence Day, these are just some examples … just in the northwest part of the state! So don’t be afraid of festival fare -- look for opportunities to discover how ethnic enclaves in the state have thrived and shared their food ways. Here’s some of the top food festivals we recommend:
Valparaiso Popcorn Festival
September 10th 2016
"Don’t sit down and wait for the opportunities to come. Get up and make them!" -- Madam C.J. Walker When Madam C.J. Walker created her hair care products in 1906, there was no hair care industry, much less an industry that specifically addressed the needs of Black hair. Her shampoo and hair ointment were overwhelmingly popular, and her resulting financial success opened doors to her that would have remained locked otherwise.