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Prine, Birbiglia on A&E priority list for Sept. 18-24

Lou Harry
September 17, 2014
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Legendary singer-songwriter John Prine and comedian Mike Birbiglia among picks for this week.
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IBJ ticket giveaway: Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra

Lou Harry
September 17, 2014
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Just name your favorite Aaron, Ludwig or Felix (which should give you some idea of the program).
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Carmel council reluctantly OKs commuter bus subsidy

Andrea Muirragui Davis
September 15, 2014
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Carmel City Council voted 7-0 Monday to subsidize the Indy Express commuter bus for the rest of this year, but members made it clear their support was tenuous at best.
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Carmel clears path for Monon Lake housing project

Andrea Muirragui Davis
September 15, 2014
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With neighbors pleading for more time, Carmel City Council on Monday approved a year-old rezoning request that clears the way for M/I Homes’ planned Monon Lake development just north of Interstate 465.
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Sign company plans $6M expansion, 133 new jobs in Fishers

Andrea Muirragui Davis
September 15, 2014
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The Fishers Town Council is set to consider an economic development deal for growing sign company AI Innovations after a high-potential lighting firm's project fizzled.
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Ventriloquism! Red Solo cup! Butt tape! A Miss America Pageant recap.

Lou Harry
September 15, 2014
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Missed the fun from Atlantic City? Here are some highlights.
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Dance Kaleidoscope senior dancer to retire

Lou Harry
September 12, 2014
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After more than 400 performances, Liberty Harris will end her DK run with the same show with which she began.
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County hits gas on CNG pilot, shelves solar plan for now

Andrea Muirragui Davis
September 12, 2014
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Hamilton County’s efforts to make its buildings more energy efficient is expected to reduce utility expenses $120,000 this year—enough to cover the cost of operating a compressed-natural-gas filling station to service county vehicles.
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