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Jessica Nunemaker is the little Indiana owner, Host of a little Indiana segment state-wide on PBS and Publisher of the little Indiana Quarterly magazine. Sometimes, she even sleeps. You'll usually find Jessica gallivanting around Indiana towns (population 15,000 and less) with her husband, Jeremy, and two boys (ages 7 and 3) in tow in search of where to stay, play and eat in small towns across the state! Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus!

The Sweet Spot Gluten Free Bakery and Cafe in Rossville, Indiana

The Sweet Spot Gluten Free Bakery Cafe in Rossville, Indiana

Tucked between two larger buildings, The Sweet Spot Bakery and Cafe in Rossville, Indiana is just the sweetest thing! Cute as a button, this gluten-free bakery and cafe is such an incredible downtown addition. I don’t think locals even know what a great thing is going on in here. The Sweet Spot Gluten Free Bakery and Cafe in Rossville, Indiana ... Read More »

Images from Fairmount Historical Museum Town History

Fairmount Historical Museum in Fairmount, Indiana

Known for its ample collection of personal items that once belonged to James Dean as well as a room for Garfield (this was also the home of cartoonist Jim Davis), the town history collection shouldn't be overlooked. Read More »

Glass Cupboard Antique Mall in Knightstown, Indiana

Glass Cupboard Antiques in Knightstown, Indiana

Find Glass Cupboard Antique Mall in Knightstown, Indiana. Located right downtown, this Henry County antique shop holds plenty of vendors! Read More »

Images from Holly Jackson Art Studio and Gallery in Chesterton, Indiana

Holly Jackson Art Studio and Gallery in Chesterton, Indiana

Have you ever wanted to peek inside an artist's studio to see how they do what they do? At Holly Jackson Art Studio in Chesterton, Indiana, you may just get your wish! Read More »

Outta the Shed in Danville, Indiana

Outta the Shed in Danville, Indiana

Outta the Shed in Danville, Indiana is an excellent destination for folks that love to browse. Just one look at the outside of the Hendricks County antiques and more shop and you'll be scrambling to get in! Read More »

Hodson’s Market in Converse, Indiana CLOSED

Hodson's Market in Converse, Indiana

For the generations that pushed carts down the aisles and listened to the wheels thunking against the wood floor, for those who loved the fresh meat selection, and the hot foods, well, it can still live right here. little Indiana is more than things to see and places to eat, it's sharing community while capturing our small town legacy. Read More »

The Red Pepperoni Pizzeria in Madison, Indiana

Red Pepperoni Pizzeria in Madison, Indiana

The Red Pepperoni Pizzeria in Madison may sound familiar to anyone that's been through Madison before. The Red Pepperoni Pizzeria is the sister shop to The Red Pepper Deli and Cafe. It is easy to find--you'll find it directly across the street. Read More »

Images from Grainry Antiques and Other Needful Things in Huntingburg, Indiana

Grainry Antiques and Other Needful Things in Huntingburg, Indiana

Grainry Antiques and Other Needful Things was previously located in Dale. Moving to Huntingburg, Indiana gave them room to expand--and wow did they expand! Read More »

Lakeview Orchard in Rockport, Indiana

Lakeview Orchards in Rockport, Indiana

You’ll notice that the roads near Lakeview Orchard in Rockport, Indiana are tree-lined, but it’s not the typical oak, walnut, or maple! Instead, you’ll see plenty of peaches surrounding this Spencer County orchard. Read More »

Images from Winchester Farmer’s Market in Winchester, Indiana

Winchester Farmer’s Market in Winchester, Indiana

The Winchester Farmer's Market in Winchester, Indiana was really incredible! Read More »

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