We Bet You Didn’t Know That Indiana Is Home To One Of The Oldest Publications In America

Indiana is one of those places that’s terribly misunderstood. Seriously, think about it: the vast majority of people in the United States almost totally ignore it, with the general exception of major cultural events like, say, the Indy 500. But Indiana is home to numerous iconic places, people, and events – so much more than only NASCAR. For example, did you know that Michael Jackson himself was born here (in Gary, of all places)? It’s true. Indiana is also home to another iconic cultural beacon, one started by Benjamin Franklin (of all people): the Saturday Evening Post has been around for more than two centuries now, and best of all, it’s our own.

Today, the Saturday Evening Post has about 200,000 subscribers, and it’s still going strong. If you’d like to check it out for yourself, visit the official Saturday Evening Post website – you’ll love it, we promise.

For even more delightful Hoosier State nostalgia, you might want to check out the seven best drive-in restaurants in Indiana as soon as you get a minute.

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