I am looking to revamp the Kahuna On The Loose in 2015. I want to create a three to five minute YouTube show featuring interesting people and places in Indiana. You know, people like Tony Troxell, The Geeking In Indiana blog guy, or Indy Pop Con people. As well as cool places in Indiana such as the highest point in the state and the Crown Hill cemetery.
The goal is for this to be a combination of Oprah and What Up With That? I want to learn why the people do what they do and why it’s important to them. I will not be giving away new cars.
I have some others lined up to get the ball rolling. What are some interesting places in Indiana that you would like to see covered? Are there any people your think are interesting that should be covered?
You can leave their name in the comments.
Thank you, in advance, for your help.
I talked to some folks around the Broad Ripple area about Mother’s Days gifts the have given and received. I didn’t hear too much about material things. Mostly, time spent with kids and grandkids and homemade items. I wish I would have listened to these people before I went to the jewelry store and bought that gift for my wife. (Side note JUST KIDDING).
Thanks again to everyone who let me talk to them on camera.
Happy Mother’s Day.
I saw this tweet and wanted to share something with you. You can find inexpensive things to do in Indianapolis with Twitter and Facebook. Most of my success has been with Twitter.
Don’t have a Twitter account? Get one! There are tons of free opportunities listed on here for you and your family. You don’t have to tweet about your cat and what you had for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Use it as another source to find inexpensive things to do.
Most family friendly places and events have Twitter accounts to help promote their attractions. They even offer discounts. Some have contests asking you to RT( how to re tweet) something they posted on Twitter. I have won tickets to Cirque du Soliel, the Brickyard 400, and some kids shows this way.
Here are a couple Twitter accounts to start you off
The Queen of Free
The Children’s Museum
The Indianapolis Zoo
The Eiteljorg Museum
Or you can subscribe to someone’s list. Here’s mine.
BgKahuna’s Twitter List Of Things To Do In Indy
None of the above links compensated me for mentioning them. These are Twitter accounts of places I would take my family or accounts that provide information about things happening in the city. Also, consider following neighborhoods that are known to have events. I know Broad Ripple and Carmel have accounts.