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RUSTHOVEN: The Ebola crisis gets an operative

The developing Ebola situation now has a Hoosier link, with the president’s appointment of Indianapolis native and North Central High School grad Ron Klain as Ebola response coordinator (in media parlance, Ebola czar).
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FELDMANN: A call to deny our upbringings

Are your personal beliefs on mass transit getting in the way of Indianapolis’ future? As soon as I told my parents that I got a job downtown, they mildly panicked.
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LOU'S VIEWS: Seeing ‘Red’ at the IRT

Factual and fictional threads weave through John Logan Tony-winning Best Play about artist Mark Rothko. The Indiana Repertory Theatre stages its local premiere
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LOPRESTI: Ready or not, new Pacers season awaits

It was a rough summer for the Blue & Gold. How could the regular season be worse?
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DINING: Mockable Milktooth proves itself with creative, homey fare

I'll confess that my guest and I had some good laughs on our way to lunch at the new Fletcher Place eatery. The jibes ended quickly, though, once the food arrived.
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MAURER: This is the time to defeat Mike Delph

Voters in the state's 29th Senate District should look beyond the party label.
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EDITORIAL: Library did its homework

Capital projects plan makes sense, and should be approved by the City-County Council.
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Kim: Tune out the media hysteria and stick to investing plan

I’ve written a number of columns with advice for when the talking heads are screaming about the coming apocalypse, so I thought it might be useful to review some of those concepts.
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Hicks: The links among Ebola, soda, school lunches

The U.S. government’s response to the Ebola virus is a case study on some of the central problems of our times.
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Don’t overlook Sports City, USA

In the Oct. 6 IBJ, Greg Morris extolled the virtues of Nashville, Tennessee, and the city’s thorough Music City branding effort. Morris encouraged Indy to develop our brand by focusing on who and what we already are.
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