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NY notes: Jazz at Birdland

May 2, 2008
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The last time I was in New York City was about a year and a half ago. I was doing a story on things to do when you are in town on business and you find yourself with a few...
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Your reviews: 'Young @ Heart'

May 1, 2008
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So who caught the IBJ Night at the Movies screening of "Young @ Heart"? And what did you think?
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From NY II: celeb spotting

May 1, 2008
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I'm jazzed to write about both the Lincoln Center revival of "South Pacific" and the new Broadway musical "Cry-Baby" when I return to Indy. And to catch two more shows Saturday. And to share, perhaps tomorrow's blog, some thoughts on my...
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Movie night: 'Young @ Heart'

May 1, 2008
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Pass are still available for tonight's screening of "Young @ Heart" at Landmark Keystone Art's Cinema. They are available while supplies last at the IBJ front desk. Go. If you do make it, remember to post comments here tomorrow....
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Greetings from New York I

April 30, 2008
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The line is short at the temporary TKTS half-price ticket booth (although just about everyting is available), every third non-tourist woman seems to want to be Tina Fey, and Central Park looks great. Wish you were all here. I'm blogging from...
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What outsiders think

April 29, 2008
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Conner Prairie landed its own four-page section in the current issue of Smithsonian magazine and, of course, the powers that be at the rustic landmark are thrilled. In a press release, Brenda Myers, executive director of the Hamilton County Convention...
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IBJ Night at the Movies

April 28, 2008
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I’m going to be out of town later this week, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be part of another IBJ Night at the Movies in my absence. This time, it’s the critically praised documentary “Young @ Heart,” sneak previewing Thursday...
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You-review-it Monday

April 28, 2008
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For me, it was a whirlwind of a weekend, especially if you start with Thursday (OK, so I’m still a college student at heart). I started with a road trip to Louisville to catch the national tour of “Avenue Q,” found...
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Reading into "On The Road"

April 25, 2008
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In June, the Indianapolis Museum of Art will be showcasing the 120-foot-long scroll on which Jack Kerouac wrote his landmark work "On the Road." My question: Is the scroll itself art or artifact? The scrollMore

Film fest opens

April 24, 2008
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The Indianapolis International Film Festival opened last night with a screening of the Sundance Film Festival hit “Son of Rambow.” I’d tell you more about this charmer, but since that was the only festival screening for the film, I’ll...
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Edgy musicals on the way

April 23, 2008
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Old school musical purists, cover your eyes. A parade of new, irreverent musicals (some not yet officially announced) are on the way to Indy. Some examples: In the fall, Theatre on the Square not only will be offering the blood-spattered “Evil Dead:...
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Talking turkeys: bombs on stage

April 22, 2008
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The New York Times today reports on a revival of “Moose Murders”—considered by many to be the worst play ever staged on Broadway. (See Frank Rich’s original review, here.) While New Yorkers will often pay as much attention to...
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You-review-it Monday

April 21, 2008
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For me, the weekend included the second half of the James Still double bill at Indiana Repertory Theatre and a run to Purdue University for an exhilerating student production of "Hair" (a midnight show, no less). And you? Did you catch the...
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Are candidates hiding from the arts?

April 18, 2008
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Political candidates are all over the state these days, grabbing photo ops wherever they can … except, it seems, at arts events. Think about it: When was the last time you saw a candidate - local or national - posing in...
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IBJ Movie Night: "88 Minutes"

April 17, 2008
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So were you there last night at the screening of “88 Minutes”? If so, what did you think? And whether you were there or not, feel free to chime in with your favorite/least favorite Al Pacino performances. Side question: Anyone out there...
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Pope-ular music

April 16, 2008
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With Pope Benedict XVI on his U.S. tour, attention is being paid to just about every aspect of the Catholic Church…including its music. Not only is the playlist for the Pontiff’s stadium mass in Washington being scrutinized, but thoughts are...
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Classical musicians: hot or not?

April 15, 2008
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Yes, it’s the music that matters. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s acknowledge that classical music organizations aren’t shy about using images of attractive musicians in their marketing. A hottie violinist, the theory goes, will sell more tickets than a...
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"Forbidden B'way"/You-Review-It

April 14, 2008
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So what did you do this weekend? Hear the Earth Harp at the IMA or the slew of country stars at the Fairgrounds? Discover “Black Gold” at the Phoenix? My weekend included the national tour of “Forbidden Broadway” at Clowes Hall,...
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Tickets: looking ahead...way ahead

April 11, 2008
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Indiana State Fair concert tickets go on sale tomorrow, April 12. The lineup includes Carrie Underwood, Daughtry, Sugarland and "A Prairie Home Companion." Ticketmaster already is selling seats for Kenny Chesney at Lucas Oil Stadium in September. Group tickets are being sold...
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Harry Potter in the buff

April 10, 2008
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Much is being made of the fact that actor Daniel Radcliffe (you know him as Harry Potter) will be appearing nude in the upcoming Broadway production of “Equus,” recreating the role he played to acclaim and box office success in...
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Broadway bound: new in NY

April 9, 2008
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It’s an interesting year on Broadway, where … “August: Osage County” (which we could have seen last summer at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre) is winning over critics and drawing comparison to Eugene O’Neil’s work. Revivals of “South Pacific” and “Gypsy” are turning into...
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Paying attention to the Pulitzers

April 8, 2008
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There's always lots of hype about the Academy Awards and the Grammys, but doesn't anyone care about the Pulitzer Prizes which were announced yesterday? Among this year's winners: Fiction: "The Brief Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao" by Junot Diaz Drama: "August: Osage...
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IBJ's "Smart" Night @ the Movies

April 7, 2008
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What did you think of "Smart People," Monday's IBJ Night at the Movies sneak preview? Comments most welcome below. Whether you made it or not, act now to be a part of the next one. We'll be hosting a screening of the...
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Exclusive: new at W.R. State Park

April 7, 2008
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IBJ reporter Jennifer Whitson offers this interesting piece of news.   Look for an announcement, likely next week, from White River State Park about a new summer series featuring local performing arts groups with shows geared toward family audiences. The free offerings will...
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You-review-it Monday 4/7

April 7, 2008
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Did you get to the final performances of Roundabout Theatre’s outstanding “Twelve Angry Men?” Catch Michael Cavanaugh with the ISO? Patrick Ball (and harp) with Storytelling Arts? Were you part of the mob at the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Project Runway...
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  1. John, unfortunately CTRWD wants to put the tank(s) right next to a nature preserve and at the southern entrance to Carmel off of Keystone. Not exactly the kind of message you want to send to residents and visitors (come see our tanks as you enter our city and we build stuff in nature preserves...

  2. 85 feet for an ambitious project? I could shoot ej*culate farther than that.

  3. I tried, can't take it anymore. Untill Katz is replaced I can't listen anymore.

  4. Perhaps, but they've had a very active program to reduce rainwater/sump pump inflows for a number of years. But you are correct that controlling these peak flows will require spending more money - surge tanks, lines or removing storm water inflow at the source.

  5. All sewage goes to the Carmel treatment plant on the White River at 96th St. Rainfall should not affect sewage flows, but somehow it does - and the increased rate is more than the plant can handle a few times each year. One big source is typically homeowners who have their sump pumps connect into the sanitary sewer line rather than to the storm sewer line or yard. So we (Carmel and Clay Twp) need someway to hold the excess flow for a few days until the plant can process this material. Carmel wants the surge tank located at the treatment plant but than means an expensive underground line has to be installed through residential areas while CTRWD wants the surge tank located further 'upstream' from the treatment plant which costs less. Either solution works from an environmental control perspective. The less expensive solution means some people would likely have an unsightly tank near them. Carmel wants the more expensive solution - surprise!

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