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LOU'S VIEWS: Actors Theatre creates a loverly ‘My Fair Lady’

September 18, 2014
A good production needs to treat these familiar characters as people instead of icons and the songs as spontaneous bursts of emotional truth, not as a greatest-hits package.More.

Indiana casinos want wagering, admission taxes cut

September 30, 2014
A legislative committee is weighing requests from Indiana casino operators to reduce the state's wagering tax rates and eliminate the $3 admission tax for everyone who enters a riverboat, even if not gambling.More.

The Interview Issue: Sarah Taylor

September 27, 2014
One job of the Hoosier Lottery executive director is to make government friendly.More.

The Interview Issue: Michael Feinstein

September 27, 2014
Michael Feinstein, the multi-platinum-selling and perpetual PBS-special star, was a surprisingly high-profile choice for artistic director of the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel.More.



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Not your typical corporate retreat spots

You know the drill—find a place where a contingent from your organization can fall back and talk about something important. (Or unimportant.)More.

HETRICK: If you rely on air and water, you’ll want to read this

At the Statehouse, the crime in progress is voluntary bondage—not in the sexual sense, but what calls “the state of being bound by or subjected to some external power or control.”More.

COTA: Resolution-boosting apps help New Year self-help prospects

The good news: We’re living in a world where there are amazing tools available to help guide your way. Here are a few of my favorites:More.

BASILE: Getting to Cuba isn’t easy, but rewards are worth it

The Cuba we found was quite different from the Cuba of 1958, frequently portrayed in books and movies. Instead, of neon and casinos, we found crumbling buildings and functioning 1940s and 1950s American cars.More.

Questioning Obama, Favre and the CIB's $50 millionRestricted Content

It's the season for bailouts—banks, businesses, capital improvement boards are all standing on street corners shaking empty Burger King cups at passing taxpayers.More.

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In Depth Report

Indianapolis shows up peer cities in attracting the young and educated

Cities must woo people while they’re young—in their 20s or early 30s—because after that age, people tend to hunker down. The Indianapolis area apparently appeals to at least two key groups of young people—particularly those already married, according to a new study by researchers at IUPUI.More.

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