Aug 28, 2020
Amid the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of women's voting rights this month, it's important to acknowledge the arduous, decades-long struggles that were involved in reaching that historic milestone.
It's also important to dispute myths about the women's suffrage movement that have persisted ever since the
Aug 24, 2020
Like an almost-forgotten Hollywood classic enjoying an unexpected revival of interest, drive-in movie theaters are in the spotlight again with the Covid pandemic-related resurgence of outdoor film showings.
As if on cue, Hoosier History Live will explore the rise and fall of drive-in theaters, which boomed in popularity...
Aug 14, 2020
The pageantry, competition and drama of the Tokyo Summer Olympics was supposed to be underway at this point, concluding with a closing ceremony on Aug. 9. Instead, the games have been postponed until July 23-Aug. 8 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic - and some analysts have speculated they may not even happen then.
Aug 7, 2020
No need to pity Indiana's snake population, but let's acknowledge that misconceptions abound about the reptiles that commonly evoke terror and scorn. Of the many species of snakes native to the state, only four are considered venomous.
Hoosier History Live will spotlight those four - including the most rare, the...