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Night & Day diversions- November 21, 2017

“The Nutcracker,” The Tarkington, the Center for the Performing Arts, Carmel Russian Grand Ballet’s full-length classical production features Russia’s brightest…

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Thimlar to release music album

Music has been a big part of Ginger Thimlar’s life ever since she can remember. She especially enjoyed listening to…

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Best Bets- November 7, 2017

Zionsville — The Zionsville Community High School Veterans Day assembly will take place at 10 a.m. Nov. 10 at the…

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‘Murder on the Orient Express’

With the possible exception of Miss Marple, Agatha Christie’s most famous detective character was the French genius Hercule Poirot. Poirot…

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Live Music

Aug. 25 Zac Brown Band at Klipsch, Noblesville Trina at the Vogue, Indianapolis The Warrior Kings at Union 50, Indianapolis…

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Layering for late Fall

By Joe Drozda and Bob Bley As we said last week, temperatures are changing due to the lessening of sunlight…

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Layering for late Fall

By Joe Drozda and Bob Bley As we said last week, temperatures are changing due to the lessening of sunlight…

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Where 2 Go & What 2 Get

Commentary by Mark Johnson’s weekly foray into awesome dining Where 2 Go: Asian Grill Where: 74 N. 9th St., Noblesville When…

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Letter: Only one hope for society’s disease 

Editor, I’m responding to the end of Terry Anker’s article “Zombie inoculation” where he said: “If, as some argue, there is a disease affecting our society – one that makes…

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Opinion: Trip to the Apple store

I had to go to the Apple Store. Again. Actually, the visit marked my third in 10 days because the original repair to my daughter’s phone lasted until we got…

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Opinion: My favorite veggie tale

Following my knee operation, my doctor informed me I’d developed borderline anemia. I don’t even know how that’s possible. Since the new administration took over, I’m afraid to cross any borders.…

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Letter: Only one hope for society’s disease 

Editor, I’m responding to the end of Terry Anker’s article “Zombie inoculation” where he said: “If, as some argue, there is a disease affecting our society – one that makes…

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Opinion: Pronounced imperfections

This weekend found me in the company of a number of not-yet betrothed young men. One had jumped the broom, but most were simply considering making the move. Indeed, my…

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Opinion: Crowding the holidays

Commentary by Ward Degler I had to pick up an item at the store the other day, and as I wound my way past a bin of Halloween candy now…