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Old Centrum to close

January 31, 2008
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The Old Centrum is scheduled to close at the end of March, leaving an uncertain future for the former Central Avenue United Methodist Church at 12th and Central. The...
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The Kindle, bootleg movies, etc.

Bruce Hetrick
January 31, 2008
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A few technology and the arts stories for you forward-thinking readers: According to yesterday’s Publishers Weekly, Amazon.com has experienced better-than-expected sales of the temporarily-out-of-stock Kindle, the $399 electronic book gizmo it launched last November.More

IU, Purdue enter arms race

Cory Schouten
January 30, 2008
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Two donors recently came forward to support the $82 million renovation of Purdue University’s Mackey Arena. Tom Spurgeon, a 1961 alumnus and current Purdue trustee, has contributed $3 million toward the project. The gymnasium in the student-athlete academic center will be...
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Immigration bill to become law?

January 30, 2008
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The Indiana Senate made its sentiment clear yesterday by approving the immigration bill by the gaping margin of 37-11 and firing it on to the House. This is the bill that would make businesses liable for knowingly hiring illegal immigrants. With this...
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Sneak peek at "Great Ideas"

Bruce Hetrick
January 30, 2008
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Elsewhere at ibj.com, Jennifer Whitson reports on the Arts Council of Indianapolis’ selection of two projects as winners in this year’s “Great Ideas” contest. More

Tony townhouses on Penn

Cory Schouten
January 30, 2008
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Indianapolis developer Axia Urban LLP is putting the finishing touches on Penn Townhouses, a part of its Meridian at 21 development north of downtown. From the outside,...
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Ranking Indianapolis' best mayor

January 30, 2008
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Former Indianapolis mayors have a way of staying in the news. Richard Lugar has climbed to the top echelons of the U.S. Senate. Bill Hudnut is quoted regularly from his position at the Urban Land Institute, a Washington, D.C., not-for-profit that...
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Pacers fan fallout

Cory Schouten
January 29, 2008
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There’s been a lot of feedback regarding the article about the Indiana Pacers’ attendance problem that appeared in this week’s IBJ. A growing number of readers say they won’t be going to Pacers games anytime soon—even if the team starts...
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