Coming to Windermere, Florida!

Please welcome the newest monthly print magazine in the Towne Post Network – Windermere Magazine! Launching this fall in the greater Orlando area, Windermere Magazine will be mailed to 14,542 residents and businesses in the Town of Windermere. Contact James Kaspari at (586) 484-3405 or email for more information!

Indy Area Blog Posts

Preparing and Protecting

Hendricks County Leaders Focus in on Emergency Preparedness Do you know if Hendricks County is ready in the event of a large-scale emergency? Leaders in

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Now He’s Rolling

Tanner DeFabis Has Big Goals in the Racing World Writer / Melissa Gibson Photography Provided Tanner DeFabis is just 17 years old but knows his

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Make Your Autumn Awesome

Visit Hendricks County Has Plenty of Ideas for Your Fall To-Do List Writer / Josh Duke Photography Provided I love the fall season in Hendricks

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Kokomo Women in Business

Getting to Know Local Lady Leaders Story & Photography Provided Jean Ferenc, Jean Ferenc and Associates Who has had the most influence/who has inspired you

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Farm Focused

Joelle Orem Stays Busy Juggling Multiple Professional Pursuits Including Clinton County-Based Orem Farms Writer / Natalie Platt Photography Provided Joelle Orem has an easy answer

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Lakes Region Blog Posts

Planting Memories

Home Gardening Can Produce a Host of Benefits Writer / By Abby Renz Photography Provided As a child, I despised weeding the garden. It was

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Going Green

Marshall County Green Drinks Promotes Sustainability Through Communication and Education Writer / Lois Tomaszewski Photography Provided Don’t think that green drinks are only a Saint

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Just You Watch

It’s Two Decades and Counting for River Bend Film Festival Writer & Photographer / Lois Tomaszewski If you are a film buff or curious about

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Indiana and All That Jazz

The Hoosier State’s Unlikely Legacy of a Century of Household Music Names Writer / Jeff Kenney Photography Provided When many of us think of jazz

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Delaware County Blog Posts

Together We G.R.O.W.

Upcoming G.R.O.W. Conference to Empower, Inspire and Celebrate Women in Business Writer / Jerry Winans Photography Provided Women entrepreneurs and business owners – get ready

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Bringing Spaces to Life

Local Interior Decorator Draws on Her Talents and Passion for Each Project Writer & Photographer / David Fennig Juliann Barnes is an interior decorator with

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Student Spotlight: Ryan Mast

Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing Photography Provided Ryan Mast, a natural-born creator, has always had an interest in developing prosthetics to help those with disabilities. He

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Meet Toni Price

Muncie Magazine’s Director of Sales and Marketing Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing Photography Provided Originally from St. Joseph, Missouri, Toni Price, director of sales and marketing

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Passion for the Program 

Coach Mike Neu Hopes for Sustained Success for the Cardinals Football Team Writer / Aimee MacArthur Photographer / Ashley Logan Mike Neu, Ball State University

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Greater Louisville Blog Posts

Here’s the Scoop

Celebrating National Ice Cream Month Writer / Julie Engelhardt Photography Provided Summer is officially upon us, which means we’re in the throes of hot and

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Design With Green in Mind

Tips for Maintaining an Environmentally Conscious Approach in Interior Design Writer / Kristen Pawlak, DDCD, Owner and Interior Designer, KP Designs Photography Provided “It’s not

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Singular Site

The Floore House Represents Two Centuries of Local History Writer / Beth Wilder, Director, Jeffersontown Historical Museum Photography Provided Every town has a history, and

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Natural Fit

William Brown Takes on Ranger Role at E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park Writer / Carrie Vittitoe Photography Provided Imagine a job in which you get

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Network Contributors

Towne Post News

Film Reviews

Dumb Money

Film Review In summer of 2020 (at the pre-vaccine height of the Covid-19 crisis), Keith Gill, a financial analyst and self-described nerd working out of

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A Haunting in Venice

Kenneth Branagh’s “A Haunting in Venice” marks his third swing directing and starring as Agatha Christie’s famed detective Hercule Poirot. And, perhaps due to the

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Review by Andy Ray After about a minute of historical background – taking us from the founding of the country of Israel in 1948, though

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Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie”

Review By Andy Ray In Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie,” all manner of Barbie dolls live together in Barbieland, where each doll functions according to its intended

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