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Indiana celebrates 200 years of history

By Victoria T. Davis   Inspired by the Indiana state flag, a 23.5-inch high-tech torch designed by a team of Purdue University engineering students, staff and faculty will travel 2,300 miles through Indiana’s 92 counties by 1,900 ...

Indiana’s true trivia

By Victoria T. Davis   In Indiana, basketball is king, football fans adore the Indianapolis Colts, pork tenderloins can be found at almost every local fair and visitors can experience Hoosier hospitality at its finest. But do you think ...

What I love about Indiana

Compiled by Kelly Patrick Slone   What’s not to love? We asked some leaders and entrepreneurs from across the state to tell Indiana Minority Business Magazine, “What do you love about Indiana?” Following are some of their response...

6 decades-old Indiana businesses share secrets to success

By Lauren Caggiano   Not every business can stand the test of time. It can be a challenge to stay relevant and profitable in changing times. Luckily for the Hoosier State, several businesses in a variety of industries have enjoyed ...

Group works to save, revitalize state’s African-American landmarks

By Kelly Patrick Slone   “When ‘progress’ calls for redevelopment of cities, African-American sites and structures are often the first to disappear. In small towns and rural areas, Black landmarks frequently fade into obscurity.” ...

Tap into your wellness

By Victoria T. Davis The subjects of health and beauty are near and dear to the hearts of Hoosiers and as many Indiana Minority Business Magazine readers will read in our cover story, several companies and local entrepreneurs have similar ...

Entrepreneurs, health care leaders find cures for what ails Indiana’s health and beauty industry

By Victoria T. Davis Three point two trillion. That is the amount Americans are expected to spend on health care this year, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services. If accurate, the projected total will make 2015 the first ...

Cosmetology, esthetics virtually ‘recession-proof’

By Lauren Caggiano The future is bright for those pursuing an education in the beauty/wellness industry. Kaydean Blackman Geist, co-owner of Masters of Cosmetology in Fort Wayne, Indiana said many career paths exist for students wanting to make ...

Sex therapist answers Hoosiers’ most embarrassing sex questions

By Victoria T. Davis When talking about health care, disease and nutrition are frequently and freely discussed. Sexual health is not discussed as often, although it plays a vital role in an individual’s well-being. A study by the Alan Guttmac...

Studies show lack of sleep can inhibit productivity

By Ebony Chappel About 59 percent of Americans over the age of 18 start their morning with a cup of coffee, according to the National Coffee Association. The 2:30 p.m. groggy feeling, as described in popular 5-Hour Energy drink advertisements, ...