Podcast,
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EP 61: Indiana Historical Bureau & Vino Mobile Bar

April 06, 2018

Today we’re joined by a team that provides publications, programs, and other opportunities for Indiana citizens of all ages to learn and teach about the history of their communities, the State of Indiana, and their relationships to the nation and the world – that’s the Indiana Historical Bureau. Then we’re drinking WINE – at least, Brittany is. We’ll be joined but the state’s only mobile wine bar – that’s Vino Mobile Bar.

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Indiana Historical Bureau

Are you a fan of the Talking Hoosier History podcast? Well, this week we’re joined by the group behind this show, the Indiana Historical Bureau.

Casey Pfeiffer, the Historical Marker Program Director, and Lindsey Beckley, Historian, are on the show this week to talk to us about their organization and how they are helping Hoosiers learn more about the history of our great state.

To learn more about the Indiana Historical Bureau, visit: http://www.in.gov/history/

To listen to the Talking Hoosier History, visit: http://www.in.gov/history/TalkingHoosierHistory.htm

Paul Poteet on the Edge – Placenta Smoothie Edition

Who wants a smoothie? Well, maybe not this one…Paul Poteet found an interesting story this week where a new mother decided to make a smoothie with her placenta. Yes, her placenta. We have this story and more, this week on Paul Poteet on the EDGE!

The most-banned songs from wedding receptions. Die, chicken dance! – LINK

This woman married a tree. – LINK

This Mom made a delicious placenta smoothie! – LINK

Vino Mobile Wine Bar

Did you know you there is a mobile wine bar? We tracked it down and invited it to our studio to learn more about this great idea!

Jenn Kampmeier is the founder of the Vino Mobile Bar and it is the first independent ‘Wine Truck’ in the State of Indiana. If you are looking for a unique twist to your next party or corporate event, then be sure to reach out to them!

To learn more about the Vino Mobile Bar, visit: http://www.vinomobilebar.com/

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