In the ancient pseudo-science of alchemy practitioners tried to turn lead into gold. It didn’t work.
It’s another day at ‘Little Shop of Laura’s’ on Broadway.
When you stroll through Fort Wayne’s historic Lindenwood Cemetery, if you ever do, you rub shoulders with the men and women who built this town.
They’re handmade, beautiful and dangerous and they’re made in this little garage just outside Leo.
We spent some time in Dekalb County recently, checking on progress of the restoration of Auburn’s Eckhart Public Library, an exquisite prairie style gem gutted two years ago by an arson fire.
It’s perhaps the most beautiful building in Auburn, Indiana, the magnificent Eckhart Public Library, an elegant Prairie style treasure AND the heart of this community since it opened in 1910, a gift to the town from Auburn industrialist Charles Eckhart.
“It has to be challenging,” says artist Xiao Ling Jiang. “Easy stuff might be fun at first but it doesn’t last very long. You’re gonna want a challenge.”
You know before you step inside his studio that Greg Summers creates some wild stuff.
Angola, Indiana’s public square has been the heart of this town since it was founded and for the last hundred years has been home to a magnificent monument honoring Steuben County’s Civil War veterans, capped off with the figure of Columbia, the symbol for peace.
It’s a controversy that can turn violent, removing statues honoring confederate soldiers.