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KENNEDY: About that younger generation

It’s easy to get discouraged these days—to look at the overwhelming evidence of social and political dysfunction and retreat into Angry Old Person territory.
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SCHMIDT: Elevate expectations for downtown

It’s easy to pat ourselves on the back about the vibrant downtown areas of Mass Ave, Fountain Square, Monument Circle, White River State Park. We’ve come a long way, and people love to spend time in these places.
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Skarbeck: 401(k) lawsuits help fuel fiduciary-duty debate

Chalk this up as one for “Ripley’s Believe It or Not!” The employees of some well-known financial firms have sued their employers for placing their own company’s proprietary mutual funds in their 401(k) plans.
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Hicks: Futures of high-skill, low-skill workers diverging

In recent years, average wages have stagnated. Wages for some workers declined while wages for others rose. Understanding why is important for any policy discussion.
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MORRIS: ICAN service dogs bring hope to others

The folks who end up with them aren't the only ones who benefit from these special canines.
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BASILE: Seek out the unusual in the usual destinations

Tourism discoveries abound in Nashville, Dallas, New York City, and more. You just have to be open to them.
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DINING: New downtown canal eatery Burgerhaus worth exploring

It’s fitting that the menu at Burgerhaus has an exploratory theme since finding the place can be a bit tricky.
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LOPRESTI: Lucas Oil Stadium is distinctly—and properly—populist

Our football palace, unlike some others, isn't just for the pros. Those who pay for it also get to use it.
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Transportation takes many forms

Perhaps the Indiana Department of Transportation should be renamed the Indiana Department of Highways and Bridges.
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Rusthoven: Puncturing education shibboleths

There’s no correlation between more spending per se and improved performance.
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