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Today is National Puppy Day, and we’ve scouted several dog-friendly experiences and attractions throughout Jeffersonville, New Albany and Clarksville just to prove it's always Puppy Day in SoIN! Check out these dine, play and stay locations below that will welcome you and your furry four-legged

Spring is right around the corner, and so is spring break. Make your plans now and relax on the riverside for a spectacular spring break in SoIN! Here are 10 ways to make the most of your kids’ time off:

1. Here’s to a sweet spring break. Many seasonal ice cream shops will reopen in March. Take the

Roses are red, violets are blue, here are some great ways to spend V-Day with your boo!

Several attractions and restaurants are spreading the love with dinner specials, live music, and romantic settings, but if you’re looking for unique ways to celebrate, check out Chocolate Lovers Weekend at

Southern Indiana is on the move. With all of SoIN’s happenings, you might have missed one or two things. We’ve got you covered. Here are some new attractions and projects that landed in SoIN in 2018. If you haven’t visited recently, you might want to plan a trip to experience it.


New Restaurants &

The holidays are upon us, and families and friends will gather together over a meal to celebrate. To help make your dining with loved ones extra-special, here are ideas on how and where to enjoy some of the region’s best cuisine.

Huber White WineStart With a Sip
Sample the Spiced Apple Wine from Huber Orchards,

Staff Picks: Here are a few of our favorite things

OK, so we weren’t able to find cream-colored ponies or crisp apple strudels. Neither were we able to visit every small business in SoIN. However, we can assure you that after taking a simple stroll on Market Street in New Albany or Spring Street in

News of upcoming auction shouldn’t stop you from visiting both Huber properties

Editor's Note: Good news! You can still enjoy fried chicken, biscuits, apple butter and family fun at Joe Huber's Family Farm and Restaurant. The sale of the business was completed on Nov. 17. It remains in the Huber

A few weeks ago, a friend from France, Paul, came to the U.S. to visit his friends and family. He had a week to spend in Southern Indiana (what we locals call “SoIN”) and wanted to use every minute he could spare sampling all that we have to offer in the area.