Indianapolis Business Journal

NOV. 9-15, 2018

When first revealed two years ago, the concept for The Yard in Fishers was pretty simple: a dining and entertainment complex with room for about a dozen restaurants and a hotel. As Samm Quinn reports, the project has evolved into something quite a bit bigger and more complex in its latter planning stages. Also in this week’s paper, Anthony Schoettle explores what the death of Mari Hulman George could mean for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and other holdings of Hulman & Co. And you can find 22 inspiring profiles for the local leaders honored by IBJ this year as Women of Influence.

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Eiteljorg Museum renovates Western galleries, adds pieces

“A Buck-jumper,” a painting by Frederic Remington, has been rehung in the Eiteljorg Museum’s Western art galleries. (Photo courtesy Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art) The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art will unveil its newly renovated Western galleries Nov. 10 as part of the opening of “Attitudes: The West in […]

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State museum improves visits for visually impaired

The Indiana State Museum has created an app meant to make the museum more accessible to people who are visually impaired or blind. The Indiana State Museum Guide app provides visitors with an audio tour that guides them to artifacts, interactives and exhibits. Specific audio instructions, combined with tactile maps and special floor guides, make […]

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Editorial: is step up for city

We encourage the city to not only complete implementation of the site but to fully fund continual upgrades. The public’s expectation of being able to interact with city government online, without a trip downtown, will only grow.

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Build on SerVaas ideas for Circle

This is a hearty endorsement of Steve Pettinga’s recent suggestions for renovating Monument Circle [Letters, Oct. 26]. Such improvements would build on Dr. Beurt SerVaas’ initiative to brick and improve the Circle when he was City County Council president many years ago. Pettinga’s ideas would respectfully build on Dr. SerVaas’ vision and make this area […]

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Roundabout support based on shaky stats

In his 2018 State of the City address, Carmel Mayor James Brainard said: “When roundabouts replace traditional signalized intersections, there is a reduction of fatalities by 90 percent, a reduction of injury accidents by 80 percent and a reduction of accidents overall by 40 percent.” He cites no source for those claims. His own police department’s annual reports […]

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