Little Indiana Weekly Recap 5/19/2013 — 5/25/2013

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Little Indiana Weekly Recap 5/19/2013 — 5/25/2013

Whew. What an amazingly fun week. It was such a whirlwind, I can’t decide where to begin first. For starters, there was another Little Indiana segment on PBS’ state-wide program The Weekly Special. This time I checked out Huntingburg, Indiana.

There’s another new article from Eli Rose Social Media Company that gives small business owners a tip each week to help improve their online interactions. This past week also featured a gorgeous bed and breakfast, a neat drive in ice cream shop, plus a book review from an Indiana author.

Of course, there’s a refreshing banana pineapple smoothie recipe in there and a cookbook review plus an images recap of an artsy hub. We can’t forget out latest Featured Indiana Blogger. You know, just another day in the life. If you think this week was incredible, just wait until next week…

Little Indiana Weekly Recap

little Indiana on PBS: Huntingburg, Indiana

little Indiana on PBS: Huntingburg, Indiana

Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web 
Just like the Hoosier bloggers themselves, no two weeks will ever be the same. Like a fine box of Indiana chocolates, you just never know what you will find.

The Destination Bed and Breakfast in Salem, Indiana — Twists and turns and hills and…finding The Destination Bed and Breakfast in Salem, Indiana wasn’t easy. We quickly realized where the name for this Indiana bed and breakfast came from–in more ways than one.

175 Best Mini Pie Recipes by Julie Anne Hession Cookbook Review — It’s been said that when women are given a choice of either pie or cake, women tend to choose cake–but not me and not you, either after you get your hands on 175 Best Mini Pie Recipes by Julie Anne Hession.

Banana Pineapple Smoothie Recipe — Nothing says “good morning” like a nice refreshing banana pineapple smoothie recipe.

Indiana Author: Born and Raised by Chris Ross — Born and Raised by Chris Ross is a coming of age story that focuses on an Indiana family. Sort of. They were a family–at least until their mother ran off with the bookmobile driver leaving their clueless father behind to raise his two children alone.

Images from Galatea’s Art Supplies and Gifts in Madison, Indiana — If I think of an art supplies shop, Galatea’s Art Supplies and Gifts in Madison, Indiana is exactly what comes to mind: paint splattered tables, books open to study or glean inspiration, and works in various stages of completion.

Writing Tips for Writers Who Lack Confidence — Follow the steps below to help make sure your readers see your expertise, not your spelling mistakes.

Hilltop Drive Inn Ice Cream Shop in Cambridge City, Indiana — Cambridge City, Indiana folks have been visiting Hilltop Drive In for years. Set on a bit of a hill, this mom and pop shop has been providing area folks with sweet treats and food served fast for decades.

Little Indiana on PBS: Huntingburg, Indiana — Little Indiana is back on PBS with a new segment. This time I explore Huntingburg, Indiana.

Images from The Daily Grind in Nashville, Indiana — When it’s time for a break, escape from the daily grind by popping into, well, The Daily Grind in Nashville, Indiana.

Indiana Blogs: Woodclinched — Woodclinched is an Indiana blog that enjoys the art of the pencil and all the accessories that go with it! Really, it’s rather fascinating. There are far more pencils out there than the old, familiar yellow #2’s.

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About the Author:

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little More than a website, Little Indiana is a book, "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" (IU Press) awarded first place in the "Best in Indiana Journalism for a Nonfiction Book" by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Little Indiana is also a bi-monthly newspaper column in a local paper and a PBS segment on the former Emmy award-winning program, "The Weekly Special."

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