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Youth basketball = big business

Cory Schouten
March 20, 2008
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It seems there are many people and businesses these days fighting to get a piece of youth basketball. Talks between the NCAA and NBA started heating up last month about forming a coalition to launch co-branded youth basketball leagues and...
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Dome souvenirs & Babe Denny

Cory Schouten
March 20, 2008
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This week brought potential resolution for a couple of disputes in the neighborhoods surrounding Lucas Oil Stadium: Board limits RCA Dome souvenir proceeds to $200K The Capital Improvement Board today agreed to rework an...
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On the passing of stage greats

Bruce Hetrick
March 20, 2008
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When a great movie actor dies, there tends to be a rush to screen his films. But when a great stage actor dies, there’s not much you can do besides mourn the performances you missed. Paul Scofield — by all accounts...
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Let the Madness begin

Cory Schouten
March 19, 2008
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The Madness this March is going to be a little crazier than usual. Due to advances in high-speed wireless technology, more people than ever will spend time at work paying attention to the...
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'Major downturn' for construction

Cory Schouten
March 19, 2008
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Wondering why development news seems to have ground to a halt? The nation's housing and economic woes are hitting development firms and slowing the demand for construction. The American Institute of Architects...
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Valuing the FFA convention

March 19, 2008
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The National FFA put out a release today saying its national convention in Indianapolis in October created a $40 million impact. Lump out suppliers from outside the area, and the local impact amounted to $34.5 million. Global Insight Inc., a respected...
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Summer Nights, summer slights?

Bruce Hetrick
March 19, 2008
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The Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Summer Nights film series is one of the most popular warm-weather attractions in the city — at least, one where those who want to attend often outnumber the room the IMA has to accommodate them. This...
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Upsets hurt Big Ten tourney revenue

Cory Schouten
March 19, 2008
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As a result of quarterfinal losses by Indiana and Purdue, attendance for last week’s men’s Big Ten basketball tournament at Conseco Fieldhouse fell below projections. After Session 3 (the one featuring IU and...
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