Thanksgiving is behind us, so now let's look ahead to what the holiday season has in store! On today's show, we're live with a great local T-shirt and gift shop the United State of Indiana - PLUS we're also talking about the Indianapolis City Market about their upcoming MRKT Ball.
What a busy weekend for the United State of Indiana! We're fresh off of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, so we wanted to check in with owners Graham Brown and Grant Gilman on how their weekend went and what we can expect from them this holiday season.
If you haven't heard about the United State of Indiana before now, they create and curate locally designed and produced apparel to celebrate creativity, entrepreneurship, artistry, and hard work in the Hoosier State.
They aim to create high-quality products, support local artists and foster a culture in Indiana that promotes local, commerce and celebrates commonalities.
To learn more about the United State of Indiana, please visit their website: https://unitedstateofindiana.com/
How much would you pay for a "slightly-used" coffin? Well, one New Mexico couple decided to see by posting their's out on Facebook. Hear more about these stories and more this week on Paul Poteet on the Edge!
A Massachusetts man completed a 40,320-piece Disney jigsaw puzzle over the course of about three months - http://boston.cbslocal.com/2017/11/27/marshfield-man-giant-disney-mural-puzzle/
A New Mexico-based Facebook user posted a for-sale ad offering a “slightly used coffin” that was “only used once." - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5109723/Slightly-used-coffin-sale-ad-turns-prank.html
Doctors in India discovered 263 coins and 100 nails inside a man's stomach. Because he swallowed them - http://metro.co.uk/2017/11/26/stunned-surgeons-find-263-coins-in-mans-stomach-7109539/
The Indianapolis City Market is home to over 25 locally-owned and operated small businesses and on December 9th they will open their doors from 7 to 11 p.m. for the MRKT BALL 2017 celebration.
Sixty Years ago, Tomlinson Hall held its final concert before it burnt down in January 1958. The last concert was a massive show titled "The Fantabulous Rock N Roll Show of '57" and featured some 50 performers, some of which included Ray Charles and Bo Diddley.
So, this year's fundraiser will be a throwback to the 1950s at their black-tie (or 1950s costume!) gala. Enjoy live music, food samples and more!
To learn more about the event, visit: http://www.indycm.com/news/mrkt-ball-2017-benefit-gala/