Hendricks County recently beat out sites in Alabama, California, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Texas to land the Society for Creative Anachronism’s 50th anniversary celebration.
Indiana will host a torch relay across the state as part of its 200th birthday celebration in 2016.
Significant portions of Indiana's 2016 bicentennial celebration could take place on a new public plaza west of the Statehouse. A request for information on the project issued this week assumes a $2 million construction budget.
Hendricks County will serve up a heaping helping of nostalgia this spring with a festival devoted to “The Andy Griffith Show.”
Jeffrey L. Sparks, who has led the Heartland Film Festival since he founded the internationally known movie event more than two decades ago, is bowing out of his leadership role, he confirmed Tuesday morning.
Organizers plan to add entertainment, increase breakfast selections, and sell many pork products that aren't normally available at the event.
Kirk Hendrix, who has served as president and CEO of the 500 Festival since 2003, is stepping down to take the same positions at AAA Hoosier Motor Club, the club announced Wednesday.
What "Twilight Zone"-ish connection does the founder of Heartland Truly Moving Pictures have to its new HQ? What tearjerking moment did he share with a major donor? How did he calm an infuriated Hollywood director? Jeffrey Sparks is ready for his closeup.
Organizers of some of Indiana's county fairs and small festivals are anxiously awaiting new rules governing the type of rigging involved in last summer's deadly State Fair stage collapse.
Discounts are seen as a way to make the annual fair a better promotional tool for the Indianapolis Art Center.
Board members of the German-American Klub of Indianapolis could be personally on the hook for more than $20,000 in unpaid rent at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.
The Heartland Film Festival entry looks at the life of the late Ken Olsen, who founded Massachusetts-based Digital Equipment Corp.