Sun King Brewery has become an Indianapolis favorite. Much of that love for Sun King is attributed to their great tasting brews, which consist of three staples–Sunlight Cream Ale, Wee Mac, their brown Scottish Ale, and the Osiris Pale Ale–along with a bevy of rotating seasonals. And while they make great brews, it’s almost more important to appreciate Sun King for reasons beyond the beer. Read more
The 8-square miles of volcanic land known as St. Barth is a perfect fusion of French culture and Caribbean atmosphere. The best way to experience this majestic composite is on the beaches and through the tastebuds. While the New York Times will give you 36 hours in one place, we at Somewhere Or Bust give you 37. Without further ado, here’s how to spend 37 hours in St. Barth. (Since the New York Times’ 36 Hours never adds up to a day and a half, neither will this, if you’re keeping score at home.) Read more
When Marissa first saw the small airplane that would take us from St. Martin to St. Barth, she started to shake her head. “Can’t we take the boat,” she said. “I’m over flying to St. Barth.”
“It’s too late for that,” I told her and then helped my then 20-weeks-pregnant wife up into the small cabin. Read more
After our island-hopper flight skipped from St. Barth into St. Martin, Marissa and I had four hours before our big jet airliner was scheduled to depart for New York. Instead of sitting in the airport, we figured that we could get at least one hour in at the beach. We filled out the customs forms to enter St. Martin and made a beeline for the sea.
On my trip to Indy, I visited a few art museums. And while the art you can pay for is intriguing, I was most impressed with the free art in Indianapolis, which you can find along the Cultural Trail and in the wonderful art exhibitions in two hotels: the Conrad and the Alexander. Read more