By Diana Catt You can read Diana’s stories: Photo Finish in the mystery anthology Racing Can Be Murder, Boneyard Busted in the mystery anthology Bedlam at the Brickyard, and The Art of the Game in the mystery anthology Hoosier Hoops and Hijinks. It was a dark and stormy month…and we’ll end it with A Day
There are hiking trails throughout some of the most beautiful places in the world. When people set out on a trip, they get to experience nature and enjoy sights and sounds around them. Sometimes when people look beyond the trail and see the amazing natural world just outside its borders, they might want to slip
Baseball is one of America’s favorite past times. We have enjoyed the sport for many years. The New York Yankees have been around a long time too, and fans know, you don’t have to be from New York to be a Yankees fan. This day in Yankee history, July 15, 1921, the all-time home-run record
Hiking is a great way to escape from the hub-bub of a busy life, connect with nature, and get exercise. Before stepping onto the trail, some considerations should be made to ensure safety. We asked Michael Gurnow, author of Nature’s Housekeeper, some questions on how to stay cool while hiking in the heat of summer.
If you are in the Cody, Wyoming area, stop by The Buffalo Bill Center of the West and meet Lew Freedman, author of Cody Rodeo: The Mystique of Buffalo Bill Cody and the Great American Cowboy. He will be there on July 3, 2015 beginning at 1:00 pm. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is
The Little General: Gene Mauch A Baseball Life Gene Mauch’s five decades in baseball as player and manager stands as a testament to perseverance. From the minor leagues, the Pacific Coast League, and Major League Baseball Gene Mauch’s career has had more than his share of ups and downs. Known as an intense competitor and