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Arts & Entertainment, etc.

Verizon amphitheater might be redeveloped

The potential redevelopment of Verizon Wireless Music Center in Noblesville could open the door for a new concert venue in Indianapolis, but industry veterans don't expect it would look anything like the popular Hamilton County amphitheater.
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Stadium walkway carries $10M tab

An enclosed connector is set to be built, partly underground, that will link Lucas Oil Stadium to the soon-to-be expanded Indiana Convention Center. It will span about a quarter of a mile and cost more than $10 million.
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Crystal Food Services to go national

Crystal Food Services plans to team with several prominent restaurant chains for a nationwide expansion after severing ties with Marsh Supermarkets Inc. early next year. The locally based catering and food-service company will report directly to Florida-based Sun Capital Partners, which acquired Marsh in September.
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Mellencamp a reluctant pitchman in Chevy ad

U.S. celebrities making pitches for large corporations is nothing new. But John Mellencamp has been long known as an artistic purist with a disdain for commercialism. His debut this fall as a pitchman for Chevrolet's Silverado pickup truck has surprised many and touched off a torrent of criticism.
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