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Pan Am Plaza building exodus

Cory Schouten
February 8, 2008
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IBJ reported Jan. 21 that USA Diving, USA Gymnastics, USA Track & Field and U.S. Synchronized Swimming were considering relocating to the Disciples of Christ building on East Washington Street. None of the officials for those sports-sanctioning bodies would confirm...
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Symphonic crisis in Columbus

Bruce Hetrick
February 7, 2008
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Our big-ish city neighbor to the east, Columbus, Ohio, is facing problems with its orchestra. Wrestling with $1.5 million deficit this season, management has proposed downsizing from 52 to 31 full-time players. A truncated season (cutting out 12 of the usual...
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Paying extra for hormone-free milk

February 7, 2008
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Grocery stores are rejecting milk from cows that have been injected with a growth hormone that stimulates milk production. Kroger, Dean Foods and others are responding to consumers who are jittery about recombinant bovine somatotropin, or rbST, which has been used since...
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Will taxpayers support Super Bowl?

Cory Schouten
February 7, 2008
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Arizona residents’ willingness to pay higher taxes may have a strong impact on Indianapolis’ effort to land the 2012 Super Bowl. Funding from Arizona’s corporate community paid for 80 percent of the host city’s Super Bowl bill this year. But...
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Retail roundup features new arrivals

Cory Schouten
February 7, 2008
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Not all news is bad for retail. A few stores are planning their first Indianapolis locations, while others are expanding. By popular demand, here's the Around Town Retail Roundup: Zumiez, an action-sports retailer, has...
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Lucy, footballs and General Motors

February 6, 2008
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For a long time, General Motors has told us its newest model would drive back the Germans, Japanese and more lately the Koreans. Those who believed, of course, must feel like Charlie Brown after Lucy yanks away the football. Now GM is getting...
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Justifying PBS

Bruce Hetrick
February 6, 2008
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President Bush’s proposed budget features significant cuts to public broadcasting: 2009’s allocation goes from $400 million to $200 million. And 2010’s drops from $420 million to $200  million. More details here. Public broadcasting certainly had an easier time justifying...
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Sparks fly over unification talks

Cory Schouten
February 6, 2008
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Two recent revelations left open-wheel racing fans and sponsors wondering if the unification of the Indy Racing League and Champ Car is finally at hand. What is less clear is if unification of North America’s two largest open-wheel racing circuits...
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