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Symphony on the Prairie opening

June 16, 2010

June 19
Conner Prairie

Want to feel like an underachiever? Then keep in mind that Austin Huntington, the guest cellist helping to lead off the opening of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Symphony on the Prairie season, is only 15 years old.

The program includes Tchaikovsky’s “Variations on a Rococo Theme” and Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition.” Krysztof Urbanski conducts. Details here.
 

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"Broadway Backwards"

June 16, 2010

June 17
Forty-five Degrees

The cast of “Jersey Boys” (see my review in the upcoming IBJ) strays from the Four Seasons’ songbook for this after-party event benefiting Step Up Inc. and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The gimmick? Broadway Backwards features reverse-gender performances of songs. Similar shows in other cities included Whoopi Goldberg singing “Gee, Officer Krupkee” and Alan Cumming singing “Rainbow High” from “Evita.” You get the idea. Also on the bill: a silent action—and half-price martinis. Details here.
 

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Also this week

June 16, 2010

Dave Matthews Band returns to Verizon Wireless Music Center June 18-20. Details here.
 
Jeff Beck performs June 21 at Old National Centre’s Egyptian Room. Details here.
 
The Moody Blues launch the season June 23 for the Lawn at White River State Park. Details here.

Garfield Shakespeare Company presents “As You Like It,” June 18-20 at Garfield Park Arts Center. Details here.
 
Tim McGraw is joined by Lady Antebellum for a concert at Verizon Wireless Music Center, June 17. Details here.
 
Red Bastard brings his brand of confrontational theater to the IndyFringe Building, June 18-19. Details here.
 

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Leasing/leasing contracts

June 15, 2010
-Third-party logistics provider OHL leased 507,544 square feet at 281 Airtech Parkway, Plainfield. The tenant was represented by Andrew Morris, Jeremy Woods, Matt McGrady and Jon Shuel of Summit Realty Group and Randy Wolcott of Brentwood, Tenn.-based ProVenture. The landlord, ProLogis, represented itself.

-NETech Corp. leased 14,846 square feet at Carmel Tech Center, Building III, Carmel. The tenant was represented by Zane Brown of CB Richard Ellis. The landlord, Atapco Carmel Inc., was represented by John Vandenbark and Dan Richardson of CB Richard Ellis.

-American Surety Co. leased 10,737 square feet in Parkwood One, 250 E. 96th St. The tenant was represented by Nick Svarczkopf of CB Richard Ellis. The landlord, Duke Realty, represented itself.

-Cassidy Turley leased 4,480 square feet at Market Tower, 10 W. Market St. The landlord, MT Acquisitions LLC, was represented by David A. Moore and Andrew D. Martin of Cassidy Turley. The tenant represented itself.

-Shebella’s Pizza & Deli leased 3,280 square feet at Indy Pavilions, 7035 E. 96th St. The landlord, Sandor Development, was represented by Jamison Downs and John Holloway of Sandor. The tenant represented itself.

-Fishers Urgent Care leased 2,800 square feet of retail space at Fishers Corner Shopping Center, 11680 Commercial Drive, Fishers. The landlord, Sena Realty FC  LLC, and tenant were represented by Adam Crockett of Innovative Real Estate Inc.

-Brain Balance leased 2,020 square feet of retail space in Park Meridian, 9510 N. Meridian St. The tenant was represented by Del DeMao of Cassidy Turley and Andrew Clifford of Clifford Realty. The landlord, Landmark Properties Inc., was represented by Russell VanTil of Cassidy Turley.

-Urthtones Salon & Spa leased 1,848 sqare feet of retail space at Fishers Corner Shopping Center, 11680 Commercial Drive, Fishers.  The landlord, Sena Realty FC  LLC, and tenant were represented by Adam Crockett of Innovative Real Estate Inc.

-Tuchman Cleaners renewed its 1,908-square-foot lease at Northbrook Shopping Center, 1475 West 86th St. The landlord, 86th & Ditch Road Realty Co. LP, was represented by Keith Fried of Sitehawk Retail Real Estate. The tenant represented itself.

-Subway leased 1,720 square feet at Precedent Retail Center, 3855 E. 96th St. The tenant and landlord, The Retail Center at Precedent Park LP, were represented by Mark Perlstein of Sitehawk Retail Real Estate.

-Edward Jones leased 1,477 square feet at 8440 Woodfield Crossing. The tenant was represented by Darrin L. Boyd of Cassidy Turley. The landlord, Woodfield II & III LLC, was represented by Darrin L. Boyd and David A. Moore of Cassidy Turley.

-Kiss Kiss Bang Bang  leased 1,300 square feet at Fishers Town Center, 116th Street and Fishers Point Boulevard, Fishers. The landlord, The Broadbent Co., was represented by Brian Broadbent. The tenant represented itself.
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People

June 15, 2010
Dawn Lyon, formerly of Veritas Realty, has started Site Link Commercial Realty Inc.
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Construction

June 15, 2010
-Kort Builders started construction of a 2,400-square-foot restaurant space for Dunkin Donuts at 5620 N.  Michigan Road.

-Kort Builders started an exterior remodeling for Mr. Wise Buys Flooring at 4640 Lafayette Road.
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Housing

June 15, 2010
On a seasonally adjusted basis, the pace of mortgage loan activity decreased 12.2 percent for the week ended June 4, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The rate for 30-year mortgages decreased to 4.81 percent from 4.83 percent the previous week. The rate for 15-year mortgages increased to 4.26 percent from 4.24 percent.
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Sales/acquisitions

June 15, 2010
Donatos Pizza sold a 2,793-square-foot building on one-acre of land at 16940 Clover Road, Noblesville, to Farmers Bank. The price wasn’t disclosed. The seller was represented by Jeff Hubley of Midland Atlantic. The buyer was represented by Michael House of Peacock & Associates.
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June 9, 2010

Dr. George W. Sledge Jr., a breast cancer specialist at the Indiana University School of Medicine, began serving this month as president of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. He will remain president for the next year.

Harlan Laboratories has named Dr. Hilton Klein global vice president, science and new product introduction, for the company’s research models and services operating group, and Steve Jennings global vice president, marketing and sales for the research models and services operating group. Indianapolis-based Harlan tests experimental medicines on animals on a contract basis.

SynCare LLC promoted Rachelle Davis, its executive vice president of medical management, to president of the Indianapolis-based disease-management company. Davis will report directly to SynCare CEO Stephanie DeKemper and have chief responsibility for day-to-day operations.

Indianapolis-based Benefit Associates/Benefit Consultants hired Spencer Milus, a registered nurse, as an adviser for wellness and on-site strategies. Milus previously worked at Community Health Network/Infinity Employer Health Solutions and WellPoint Inc.

Community Health Network appointed three of its physicians as vice presidents of medical affairs, all newly created positions, at its three Indianapolis hospitals. Dr. Don Ziperman has the title at Community Hospital East, Dr. Bob Lindeman at Community North and Dr. Randy Lee at Community South.

Clarian Health named Linda K. Chase, a registered nurse, chief nursing officer of Methodist Hospital, where she will oversee 1,800 nurses. Chase will come to Methodist in July, leaving her current position as chief nurse at The Ohio State Medical Center’s University Hospital and Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

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Company news

June 9, 2010

IUPUI took two steps closer to creating a School of Public Health as it gave Lilly Scholars awards to help two professors start up public health research projects. The awards are funded by a $1 million gift from the Eli Lilly and Co. Foundation. Jennifer Wessel, who was hired from personalized genetics company SRI International, will focus her research on developing interventions based on individuals' genetic profiles that can promote healthy lifestyles to prevent or delay coronary artery disease. Silvia M. Bigatti, who has been a professor of psychology at the Indiana University School of Medicine since 2000, will study factors related to stress and coping in cancer patients and their partners and also community-based preventive health behaviors among Latinos.

The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has approved a Stop Diabetes specialty license plate. Like Indiana's other special group-recognition license plates, the Stop Diabetes plate will cost $40, with $25 of that cost directly benefiting the American Diabetes Association. The funds raised will support education and research about diabetes. According to the American Diabets Association, more than 714,000 Hoosiers have diabetes and at least 1.6 million, roughly a fourth of the state's population, are at high risk for it.

Endocyte Inc.'s experimental cancer drug doubled survival times for women with difficult cases of ovarian cancer. In a clinical trial of 91 women, Endocyte’s drug EC145, when combined with another chemotherapy drug, Doxil, held off ovarian cancer for six months, compared with 3 months for patients given Doxil alone. The data are interim results from a Phase 2 clinical trial involving 150 women. Endocyte, based in West Lafayette, plans to move its drug into a large Phase 3 trial later this year.

Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly and Co. and Merck KGaA’s Erbitux failed to slow early-stage colon cancer, in a clinical trial that left scientists mystified. Erbitux is already approved to treat colon cancer in advanced stages, and scientists presumed it would also work in earlier stages, according to Bloomberg News. The finding is the latest of at least three studies that have narrowed the scope of Erbitux. It recorded sales last year of $1.4 billion, according to IMS Health.

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"Let's Meet PBS Kids in the Park"

June 9, 2010

June 12
Military Park

Gordon, from “Sesame Street,” will be one of the big names of kid TV at this year’s PBS Kids in the Park.

Now, if Orman doesn’t look familiar, it could be because you’re of my generation and my generation’s Gordon was the original Gordon, Matt Robinson. Orman, however, has been playing the part since 1973, which makes him a lot of people’s Gordon. (It’s unlikely that he’ll be talking about it here, but Orman also played the title role in the 1973 film “Willie Dynamite.” Even more impressed now?)

This year’s edition of the annual free outdoor event moves to Military Park and includes “Habla Blah Blah,” a sing-along concert, and meet-and-greets with such favorites as Curious George, Elmo, and Clifford. Details here.

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"High School Musical"

June 9, 2010

June 10-July 18
Beef & Boards Dinner Theater

If this production looks and sounds a little familiar, it could be because you caught leads Tim Barsten and Jessica Murphy when they played star-crossed lovers Troy and Gabrielle in American Cabaret Theatre’s production back in 2007.

Of course, it could just be that you have kids and they watched it dozens of times on the Disney Channel, bought the disc and DVD, followed the sequels, saw the concert tour, the live-on-stage tour, and/or the ice show.

Whatever the case, the phenomenon known as “High School Musical” is getting its Beef and Boards debut. And I’ll be there…with kids, of course. Details here.

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"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"

June 9, 2010

Jun 10-July 4
Brown County Playhouse

For a show about school-aged kids with a bit more of an edge, consider a drive to Nashville, where Brown County Playhouse is kicking off its season with a production of this Broadway hit. The show centers on the title contest pitting school misfits—and audience members—against each other.

The cast includes Susan Owen, on hiatus from the Broadway company of "Phantom of the Opera."  I’ll admit it here, though. Every time I’ve seen it, I’ve been rooting for Leaf Coneybear to win. Details here.
 

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"Rock Stars, Cars and Guitars"

June 9, 2010

June 12-Sept. 12
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
         

I assume lots of aspects of the rock and roll life are going to be skipped over in this new Children’s Museum exhibit. But I do know that kids will have a chance to dress up and hit the stage while parents can check out memorabilia from Elvis, The Beatles, KISS (coming to the State Fair this year, in case you haven’t heard), U2 and more. A June 11th “Family Rock Star Extravaganza” offers a first-look at the exhibit and features a live concert. Details here.
 

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June 9, 2010

Sheryl Crow performs at Southern Indiana’s Horseshoe Casino, June 12. Details here.

Loverboy offers two shows on June 12 at Hoosier Park. Details here.

Here Come the Mummies headlines Party in the Park at Northside Opti-Park, June 12. Details here.

Local musicians and artists are celebrated June 13 at the Independent Music and Art Festival at the Harrison Center for the Arts. Performers include Lord of the Yum Yum, Mandy Marie and the Cool Hand Lukes, and Denison Witmer. Details here.

The 55th annual Talbot Street Art Fair takes over the area between 16th and 20th Sts between Delaware and Pennsylvania Sts. on June 12-13. Details here.

Ingrid Michaelson takes the stage at the Vogue, June 15. Details here.
 

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Correction

June 8, 2010
Samex Capital Partners LLC and Samex Capital Advisors LLC subleased 3,800 square feet at 10500 Kincaid Drive, Fishers. The sublandlord, Nelnet Inc., was represented by Brooke Augustin and Bryan Augustin of NAI Olympia Partners. The subtenant, Samex Capital Partners LLC and Samex Capital Advisors LLC, represented themselves. The lease involving the same parties that appeared in last week’s Real Estate Weekly was incorrect.
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People

June 8, 2010
-Matt Stump has joined Keystone Construction as senior project manager.

-Dana Thompson has joined RE/MAX Ability Plus in Fishers as an agent.

-Angie Hill has joined RE/MAX Real Estate Groups in Anderson as an agent.
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Construction

June 8, 2010
Meyer Najem Construction has been hired to do a 37,900-square-foot build-out for the Indiana Math and Science Academy North, to be built in the Junior Achievement building at 74th Street and Keystone Avenue. The project is scheduled to be completed by this fall.
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Housing

June 8, 2010
On a seasonally adjusted basis, the pace of mortgage loan activity increased 0.9 percent for the week ended May 28, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The rate for 30-year mortgages increased to 4.83 percent from 4.8 percent the previous week. The rate for 15-year mortgages decreased to 4.24 percent from 4.25 percent.
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Leasing/leasing contracts

June 8, 2010
-Maintenance Supply Headquarters LLC leased 49,977 square feet in Gateway Park Building II, 851 S. Columbia Road, Plainfield. The tenant was represented by Kevin Kempf of Cassidy Turley and Bill Littleton of Colliers International. The landlord, a joint venture of Coastal Partners LLC and HSA Commercial Real Estate, was represented by Terry Busch, Nikhil Gunale and John Hanley of CB Richard Ellis.

-IndiLABEL LLC leased 10,000 square feet of industrial space at 2198 Reeves Road, Plainfield. The tenant was represented by J.D. Graves of Cassidy Turley. The landlords, Damon and Patricia Jones, were represented by Patrick Lindley and Kevin Kempf of Cassidy Turley.

-Cancun Mexican Restaurant leased 4,550 square feet at Old Town Shoppes, 1268 W. 86th St. The tenant was represented by David Simons of Velocity Commercial Real Estate LLC. The landlord, Sandor Development, was represented by Jamison Downs and John Holloway of Sandor.
 
-Advanced Physical Therapy leased 2,400 square feet at State Road 44 and Progress Parkway, Shelbyville. The tenant was represented by Stephen Adams of Hokanson Companies. The landlord, Duran Property Group, was represented by Chris Hake of Thompson Thrift.
 
-Interstate Batteries leased 2,203 square feet at Rockville Pointe, 10730 E. US Highway 36, Avon. The tenant was represented by Lee Wilhite of CB Richard Ellis. The landlord, 10720 E. US HWY 36 LLC was represented by Carrie Thrift of Thompson Thrift.

-La Familia Madrid Inc. leased 2,000 square feet at Southport Pavilion, 5325 E. Southport Road. The tenant was represented by Kelli Membreno of Libertad Real Estate. The landlord, Southport Pavilion LLC, was represented by Donna Hovey and Shannon Hicks of CB Richard Ellis.

-La Raza Pizza Inc. renewed its 1,737-square-foot lease in the Crooked Creek Shopping Center, 7828 N. Michigan Road. The landlord, Crooked Creek Centre LLC, was represented by Lee Wilhite of CB Richard Ellis. The tenant represented itself.

-Little Caesar’s Pizza leased 1,575 square feet at 4477 E. 10th St. The tenant was represented by Ron Mannon of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co. The landlord, Bodner Properties LLC, was represented by Cheryl Moore of Bruce Bodner Co.

-CEEZ GENESIS LLC leased 1,500 square feet at Parkside Shoppes, 9522 E. 126th St., Fishers. The tenant was represented by Steve Beals of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co. The landlord, Pendleton/Parkside LLC, represented itself.

-Sugar Creek Enterprises LLC leased 1,500 square feet at 500 S. Polk St., Suite 15, Greenwood. The tenant and landlord, Greenwood Oaks Investments LLC, were represented by Cathy Richards of Grubb & Ellis Harding Dahm & Co.

-Silky Nails leased 1,200 square feet at the southwest corner of State Road 44 and Progress Parkway, Shelbyville. The landlord, Duran Property Group, was represented by Chris Hake of Thompson Thrift. The tenant represented itself.

-NarrowGateMedia.com leased 848 square feet of office space in the Harrison Park Business Center, 8902 Otis Ave. The tenant was represented by Sandra Jarvis of IndySQUARED. The landlord, Harrison Park Properties LLC, represented itself.
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Sales/acquisitions

June 8, 2010
Westport Homes Inc. purchased 34 lots and 102 acres of unimproved land in the Twin Oaks subdivision at 161st Street and Hazel Dell Road, Noblesville. The price wasn’t disclosed. Jim Shook, Jon Hardy and Andrew Schrage of Coldwell Banker Commercial Realty Services represented both the buyer and the seller, Fifth Third Bank.
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Company news

June 2, 2010

Eli Lilly and Co. is a likely suitor for two cancer drug developers, according to unnamed sources interviewed by The Financial Times. The Indianapolis-based drugmaker has made cancer its most intense area of new drug investment—as have many of its peers. The company was outbid last year for Gloucester Pharmaceuticals, which was scooped up by New Jersey-based Celgene Corp. Now, industry insiders believe Lilly will bid for Gloucester’s competitor in the race to develop the next lung cancer drug, Colorado-based Allos Therapeutics Inc. Also, Lilly is a likely bidder for Washington-based Seattle Genetics Inc., which is developing drugs to treat leukemia and Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

With funding still spotty for medical and biotech startups, a huge amount of attention is focusing on Qualified Therapeutic Discovery Project Credits, which will award $1 billion in tax breaks to small companies developing products that help diagnose, treat or prevent illnesses. Each business can receive a credit for as much of half its investment into qualified research and testing of its products, according to a description of the act by Bingham McHale, an Indianapolis law firm hoping to win clients by helping them apply. The credit will be paid in cash if a company has little to no tax liability. Only companies that have 250 or fewer employees (of any type) can receive the credits.

Roche Diagnostics won approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its test of antibodies that build up to fight the hepatitis C virus in human fluids. The Elecsys Anti-HCV can be performed on certain models of Roche Diagnostics’ Cobas and Modular Analytics machines. In April, Roche received FDA clearance for another immunoassay in its infectious-disease portfolio, Rubella IgM. Roche Diagnostics operates its North American business out of Indianapolis.

Michiana Health Information Network has added Elkhart General Healthcare System to its health information exchange service. Doctors in Elkhart can now receive electronic copies of medical records and laboratory results from Elkhart General Hospital quickly and without the privacy issues of e-mail. Once fully implemented, all Elkhart physicians with electronic health records will have the ability to instantly receive hospital reports, laboratory results and radiology reports directly into their EHR systems. Michiana Health Information Network, established in 1999, includes more than 3,200 community health care professionals in northern Indiana and southwest Michigan.

In its latest response to withering criticism of its breast-cancer policies, WellPoint Inc. started Tuesday to pay for all breast cancer patients to stay two days in a hospital after mastectomy surgery. Some states already require insurers to cover hospital stays of 48 hours if the patient and her doctor wanted that much time for recovery after mastectomy surgery. But Indiana requires payment only for a 24-hour stay. Now, WellPoint will make the 48-hour policy standard for its customers in any state. Indianapolis-based WellPoint has been under fire since a Reuters article in April said the company uses a computer algorithm to target breast cancer patients for cancellation of their policies. WellPoint has repeatedly called the article’s claims “inaccurate and grossly misleading.” But the article provided the basis for sharp criticism of WellPoint from President Obama, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and dozens of members of Congress.

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June 2, 2010

Dr. Christopher B. “Topper” Doehring has been appointed vice president of medical affairs at St. Francis Hospital & Health Centers, effective June 7. That position had been held for the past five years by Dr. Alan Gillespie.

Larry Meade has been appointed marketing manager for oncology at St. Francis Hospital & Health Centers. He served as manager of marketing and advertising for Columbus Regional Hospital.

Kimberly Stettler has been appointed manager for central scheduling at St. Francis Hospital & Health Centers. Before joining St. Francis in 2006, Settler was a compliance auditor at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Community Health Network has named Steve Bell vice president of supply-chain management. He held the same position for a Community subsidiary, Visionary Enterprises Inc. Bell replaces the retiring Charlie Greve.

Dr. Peter W. McCauley Sr. has been named the new Midwest market medical executive for Cigna HealthCare. Based in Chicago, McCauley is responsible for customer health care services and Cigna’s physician and hospital network across Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Most recently, McCauley oversaw more than 200 physicians at Gottlieb/West Towns PHO in Melrose Park, Ill.

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"Jersey Boys"

June 2, 2010
June 9-July 3
Murat Theatre

If you had asked me a couple of years ago to name a singing group whose story I’d like to see brought to life on the musical theater stage, I don’t think The Four Seasons would have been high on the list.

But through some sort of theatrical alchemy, director Des McAnuff, book writers Rick Elice and Marshall Brickman, solid casting (at least the two times I’ve seen it elsewhere) and, yes, terrific song after song after song have turned what could have been just a glorified, live episode of VH1’s “Behind the Music” into infectious, hurt-your-hands clapping entertainment. It’s not just a hit machine, though. This is a show about people you care about.

This is the first Indianapolis stop for the national tour. Welcome to the neighborhood, guys. Details on the show here.  For tickets, click here.

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Evans Woollen

June 2, 2010
June 3-5
Various locations

One of Indy’s top architects, Evans Woollen, gets his due in a multi-part weekend of events. First, he’ll be offering a June 3 lecture at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Then six Woollen-designed private homes built between 1955 and 1965 in the modernist style will be featured in a “Back to the Future” tour (maps available at the sites as well as other locations, including Clowes Hall—which Woollen also designed). Finally, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art will open a show about him June 4. Details here.

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  1. Gay marriage is coming, whether or not these bigots and zealots like it or not. We must work to ensure future generations remember the likes of Greg Zoeller like they do the racists of our past...in shame.

  2. Perhaps a diagram of all the network connections of all politicians to their supporters and those who are elite/wealthy and how they have voted on bills that may have benefited their supporters. The truth may hurt, but there are no non-disclosures in government.

  3. I'm sure these lawyers were having problems coming up with any non-religious reason to ban same-sex marriage. I've asked proponents of this ban the question many times and the only answers I have received were religious reasons. Quite often the reason had to do with marriage to a pet or marriage between a group even though those have nothing at all to do with this. I'm looking forward to less discrimination in our state soon!

  4. They never let go of the "make babies" argument. It fails instantaneously because a considerable percentage of heterosexual marriages don't produce any children either. Although if someone wants to pass a law that any couple, heterosexual or homosexual, cannot be legally married (and therefore not utilize all legal, financial, and tax benefits that come with it) until they have produced a biological child, that would be fun to see as a spectator. "All this is a reflection of biology," Fisher answered. "Men and women make babies, same-sex couples do not... we have to have a mechanism to regulate that, and marriage is that mechanism." The civil contract called marriage does NOTHING to regulate babymaking, whether purposefully or accidental. These conservatives really need to understand that sex education and access to birth control do far more to regulate babymaking in this country. Moreover, last I checked, same-sex couples can make babies in a variety of ways, and none of them are by accident. Same-sex couples often foster and adopt the children produced by the many accidental pregnancies from mixed-sex couples who have failed at self-regulating their babymaking capabilities.

  5. Every parent I know with kids from 6 -12 has 98.3 on its car radio all the time!! Even when my daughter isn't in the car I sometimes forget to change stations. Not everybody wants to pay for satellite radio. This will be a huge disappointment to my 9 year old. And to me - there's so many songs on the radio that I don't want her listening to.

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