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Live with Little Indiana Radio Show 2/21/2013

By Jessicanunemaker @JessNunemaker
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You’ve heard the Live with little Indiana Radio Show Thursday February 21, 2013! Now, find the places and spaces featured this week.

Tonight’s show featured Nancy Sartain, Director of Leisure Sales and Marketing, at Wayne County Convention and Tourism Bureau as well as John Updike, lifelong newspaperman (retired in 2011 from the Merrillville Post Tribune) and his youth in Old Fairfield, Indiana–a town that is no longer.

The following items are businesses and places pulled from the show to help you more easily help you plan your own small town adventure!

Live with little Indiana Radio Show

Doublehead Trading Company
137 West Main Street
Cambridge City, Indiana 47327
765.478.3800

The Olde Brass Hog Antiques
124 N. Morton Avenue
Centerville Indiana 47330
765.967.0889

Stop 301 Shoppes
301 Grant Avenue
Chesterton, Indiana 46304
219.309.8011

Antiques, Collectibles, and Gifts
401 N Jefferson
Converse, Indiana 46919
765.633.3049

Homespun Antiques, Ltd./Big Boys Toys and Restoration
8970 Cooper Road
Zionsville, (Fayett) Indiana  46077
317.730.0018

 Red Dog Arms
322 West Main Street
Madison,Indiana 47250
812.701.1468

Yoder Brothers Mercantile/Wakarusa Tribune
114 S. Elkhart Street
Wakarusa, Indiana
574.862.2179

Antique Alley Interview with Nancy Sartain of Visit Richmond/Wayne County

Wayne County

Antique Alley Trail

Businesses mentioned include:

  • Log House Antiques
  • National Road Antique Mall
  • Building 125
  • Double Head Trading
  • Vinton House Antiques 
  • Wheeler’s Antiques
  • Mockingbird Antiques
Find them in Cambridge City, Indiana. 

Indiana Blogger Interview with John Updike of Old Fairfield

Old Fairfield Website

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