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Good for you
Todd Jameson promotes healthy eating through his own and othersâ€™ locally grown organic fruits and vegetables. P2 Want a FREE yard sign? See back page for details.
Good for you
Todd Jameson promotes healthy eating through his own and others’ locally grown organic fruits and vegetables.
Fresh, organic fruits and vegetables are easily found at farmer’s markets.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
By Ellen Gilmer Current in Carmel
After a long day of work, Todd Jameson gets home, bypasses the front door and heads straight to his garden. Originally from a vegetable farm in New Jersey, Jameson said he has understood since childhood the importance of eating fresh food. “I’ve always had an incredible interest in food,” he said. “I love to grow it, love to cook it, love to eat it, and everything in betweem.” In the 1970s he began selling vegetables at an open market in Manhattan with his brothers. Jameson said he was amazed by the kinship and social connection in the atmosphere. In fact, when he once accidentally gave a customer a bag of cash instead of a bag of squash, he was shocked when the man brought the thousands of dollars back and stated, “I believe this belongs to you. All I want is my bag of squash.” Since then, Jameson has dedicated himself to educating others about the personal benefits of eating locally grown food and the economic importance of supporting local agricultural producers. “This is a day and age where we can’t turn on the news or open a newspaper and not read about some contaminated food source,” he said. “People want to know where their food comes from.” Jameson leases four acres of land called Balanced Harvest Farm where he grows as many as 60 different vegetables, from the a in arugula to the z in zucchini, he said. On Saturdays he sells his produce at Carmel Farmer’s Market. He is also launching a community-supported agriculture program. For the CSA, each member invests in a share or half a share and gets a weekly shipment of fresh vegetables from the farm during the warm months. Jameson said the program helps members understand and experience together the risk of growing food.
Where to get locally grown food around Carmel:
Carmel Farmers Market One Civic Square Open Saturdays from 8:30 to 11 a.m. (from May 31 to Sept. 27) Featuring locally produced fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, eggs, jams, etc. The Fresh Market 2490 E. 146th Street Open Monday through Saturday 9 a.m.to 9 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m.to 8 p.m. Featuring locally produced corn, salsa and honey. Gatewoods Vegetable Farm and Greenhouses 9555 E. 206th Street, Noblesville Open Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Featuring locally produced tomatoes, peaches, cantaloupe, etc. Traders Point Creamery Farm Store 9101 Moore Road, Zionsville Open daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Featuring fresh produce everyday and an open farmers market Fridays from 4 to 8 p.m. from May to October.
“They really share in the risk of the agricultural experience,” he said. “It really empowers the farmer to produce quality food.” This also allows consumers to receive fresher food, Jameson said. “We grow things for texture and taste, not shipping,” he said. “Once (people) have a great taste experience, they become addicted to it and can’t live without it.” Furthermore, Jameson said, CSA members do not have to be experienced in cooking to take part.
“I think the single best thing that anyone can do is just take one step, because you’re going to learn and experience it on your journey,” he said. “We supply recipes and instructions, walk you all the way through the process. Why not turn it into a really fun experience?” Jameson said he is disturbed by the amount of massproduced food and distrusts food that has been genetically modified. “We’re eating chemicals, not food,” he said. “If you can’t pronounce it, if you don’t know what it means, why would you eat it?” The supermarket can be pleasantly surprising, though, Jameson said. He said some stores offer an impressive variety of organic and natural foods. However, other trips to the grocery can be challenging. “I enter the supermarket with red flashing lights because I don’t want to put in my body what is in there,” he said. “[My wife and I] are diehard label readers, and I think every consumer has to be. It’s about making informed decisions.” Although Jameson eats mostly from his garden five months of the year, he said there are some times that he gives in to prepackaged food. “Absolutely I slip,” he said, “but I then try to catch myself very quickly.” Jameson said he wants to help educate other community members so they can make informed decisions, too. He is the producer of a new expo coming to Indianapolis in October. The Natural Living Expo will feature representatives from many different environmental organizations, from gardening to home building. “I have a passion for this that I just can’t stop,” he said. “Food is not just nourishment for your body. There’s a social connection; there’s an economic connection. The consumer is ultimately reaping the benefit of it.” For more information, go to www.balancedharvest. com. For information about other local CSAs, go to www. homestead-growers.com or www.hoosierorganics.com.
OUR TAKES It is our position that the recent Artomobilia event in the Arts and Design District is a great example of events that the District can and should be hosting. By all measures, including attendance, level of interest, and even the weather, Artomobilia was a tremendous success. Participants and onlookers commented on the number of vehicles in pristine condition as well as the opportunity to enjoy live music, good food and, of course, a stroll along Carmel’s growing collection of fine art galleries, shops and other amenities. We are proud of the innovation demonstrated by the staff that planned this event. As part of an overall campaign
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to reintroduce great summertime leisure activities, such as a car show, this affair showcased our District to those who prize design on four wheels. Ironically, parking is a challenge that the success of the District will bring. The scores of new spaces coming online with the completion of the Carmel Design Center on Range Line Road will be most welcome. And administrators and advocates for the District must work closely with the fledgling businesses (many of which are start-ups with limited capital and even less business management acumen) to help ensure their continued success.
It is our position that the Carmel Redevelopment Commission made the right move in voting to go forward with redevelopment of the north side of Main Street, west of Range Line Road in the Arts & Design District. The building known as Tuesday Morning, that being the name of the last retailer to locate there, will come down, along with others to its west, to make room for a one-block mix of retail and residential units. CRC President Ron Carter long has said he envisioned just that for the now out-of-character, well out-of-time block, and he now will see that vision come to fruition. In the end, Carmel residents
will benefit. We’re talking additional tax dollars from businesses that locate there, and that helps keep the cost of homeowners’ taxes down. The project will include luxury apartments as well as a two-level, underground parking garage. Finding space for one’s vehicle in the district at times can be a difficult, frustrating proposition. The parking plan will alleviate much of that. Once that project is under way, we hope the city will look to the east, across Range Line, and find a way to redevelop the land from the National City Bank corner over to Woodys Library Restaurant.
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Tuesday, June 24, 2008
let me think about it
ife seems to take up an awful lot ed – even once – by a telephone ringing of space. So much space, in fact, to the tone of “Freebird.” that our heads are always full to But if our household is any indication, overflowing with the mundane life is not about to ease up. So how do facts, figures and expectations we manage? For me, it’s all about finding necessary to feed it. Where are even a little time to clear my the kids, and is it our turn to head and focus on just one pick them up? Where did I thing. I’m not talking about put the car keys (this time)? Is the kind of thinking that we it going to rain again today? do all day long. Not the kind Occasionally, we find the of thinking that keeps us up brain power to work on other all too late at night worrying pressing issues of the day. We about everything from the think about the interesting price of gas to whether we are movie that is coming out next spending enough time with week, what will be the counthe kids. try of origin for the latest adThe thinking that I need dition to the Branjolina clan, – the thinking that we all need or the name and point of ma– is the kind of thinking that Terry triculation for every Colt past made America great. The kind Anker and present. of thinking that helps people And then there’s worry. It find their way to spiritual saturates whatever brain cells remain. truth. The kind of thinking that helps us We’ve got that big presentation at work stay married (by the time this appears in – our boss never liked us – the last time print, Carolyn and I will have reached 18 PowerPoint blew up and caused an emyears, by the way) and extol its virtues. barrassing and decidedly unimpressive The kind of thinking that ensures that moment. Yikes! Besides that, the in-laws we are living life and not just are expected for a lengthy visit, and if going through the motions. my brother-in-law makes just one For me, thinking clears comment about my kid’s sporting my head. When all the prowess, this might be the year voices are screaming, thinkthat I let him have it. ing directs me to the issues Our lives seem designed to that deserve my attention preclude even a spare moment and help to quiet the rest. of time just to consider. Time My trusty PDA/cell phone to reflect. Time to plan. Not will remind me of the next thing to sleep or rest or vegetate. on my agenda. The other pressing How do we block out all of obligations will still be there in 20 the noise and get down to minutes. Voice mail can handle something that matters? If the calls. Now it is time to close the we could just quiet a couple of the voices laptop; move away from my desk and sit screaming for attention in our heads, we and stare out the window. Is my life in might be able to hear what those remain- order? My business? My relationships? ing are trying to say. While the Cybil-like If asked often enough, the answers are metaphor may be a little extreme, it does not tough to find. But if never asked… I get to the point. So much demands our don’t know. I guess I need to think about time and attention that we are seldom it. ever truly alone. Cell phones and email Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current don’t help. Remember life before the in Carmel. You may e-mail him at terry@cur“crackberry”? I pine for the era when a rentincarmel.com day at the golf course was not interrupt-
READER’s VIEW CLOSING ROADS. WHY? Editor: Wow! Who can we thank for granting a permit to close the intersection of Main Street and Range Line Road this Saturday for a Festival? These are two of a few streets still open in Carmel, and the traffic surrounding this area seemed to prove
that it was a problem. If the Festival was intended to attract business for the Arts & Design shops, I think it probably did the opposite. Pat Kluempers 46033
FROM THE BACKSHOP happy to provide the experience Two recent high school graduates and one emerging sophomore have joined us as part-time sales consultants. How cool is that? They approached us as asked if they could sell advertising into our products this summer before they go off to college. We’re thrilled to be able to give them exposure and experience to media sales, and we’re hopeful businesses in Carmel and Westfield will welcome Haley Burns, Claire Pickett and Matt Vlasich. Burns (email@example.com) is headed to the University of Utah to study business management and entrepreneurship; Pickett (firstname.lastname@example.org) is off to Purdue, where she will pursue a communications degree with a concentration in advertising and marketing; and Vlasich, who will sell classified advertising (matt@ currentincarmel.com) is headed for his second year at CHS. Pickett previously sold advertising for Carmel High School’s award-winning newspaper, the Hi-Lite. We’re eager for them to interact with you, and we believe you’ll like each of them. ••• Adding a tax to your retirement simply is another way of saying to the American
Steve Greenberg & Brian Kelly people, “You’re so damned stupid that we’re going to keep doing this until we drain every cent from you.” That’s what the vaunted speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is saying, in effect. Pelosi wants a windfall tax on retirement income. In other words, a tax on what you have made by investing toward your retirement. This woman is twisted! She has hung around Democrat voters so long, she thinks everyone is stupid. Don’t you just love Dem voters? They support programs that tell them how and when they can retire; how much they can save and when they can take it out; agree to huge penalties if we don’t follow their instructions; force us to “invest” in Social Security – a great Ponzi-esque scheme -- so they can control our retirement decisions. Yet they claim they’re pro-choice.
BALLARD TO SPEAK: Make plans now to join the Carmel Chamber of Commerce at its July Monthly Luncheon on Tuesday, July 8 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at The Fountains. Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard will be BALLARD speaking. Cost is $15 for members, $25 for guests and walk- ins. Reservations close at noon on Monday, July 7. Call 846.1049 to attend. 2009 US SENIOR OPEN: It was recently announced that Crooked Stick Golf Club will host the 2009 U.S. Senior Open. Over 3,000 volunteers are needed for the 2009 U.S. Senior Open. The event will take place from July 27th to August 2nd. Volunteers will assist 156 of the world’s best professional and amateur golfers, as well as an estimated 150,000 spectators. Visit www.2009ussenioropen.com for more information about volunteering, ticket sales and other event details.
tips to makestance summer vactionRemove a allblast ell I just returned from a as part of the post-breakfast jewelry/sunglasses
family road trip to Gulf treat bag. Nerds are also a bad idea. Shores, Alabama, and Buy sun lotion in bulk before you though it surprises me to go. Beach towns take great pleasure say this, I actually enjoyed in stealing you blind when it comes to esmyself. In fact, I would go so sentials, like bottles of SPF2000; far as to call the past week a especially if you have fair skin “vacation” rather than just a and four pasty children. And “trip.” It seems my children forget that aerosol kind; the have finally reached the ages convenience factor does not outwhere my husband and I weigh the 3.7 applications. don’t have to worry about Make time for Charades, them sneaking into the pool Scene It or Karaoke after and subsequently drowning. dinner one night. Priceless Nevertheless, I have a few memories in a surprisingly compointers for you if your summer petitive atmosphere. includes a beach extravaganza. Never enter a Souvenir City Leave at the pre-arwithout a minimum 1:2 ranged time. My husadult per kid ratio. Synchronize Danielle band got wild and crazy and watches and arrange checkpoints Wilson decided at 7 p.m. we were in 15-minute intervals. Use the going to leave at 8 p.m., even buddy system and know the hand though I was prepping for a 3 a.m. deparsignal for abort. Walkie-talkies would not be ture. Suffice it to say, stuff got left behind. over cautionary. Make sure your car topper is seBring tons of trash novels to read. curely fastened. Luckily we had only My smut of choice this week was a made it to Southport before we realized trilogy by Nora Roberts. Easy, fun, and ours was about to launch right off the roof. just enough sex to keep it interesting Beg, borrow or steal a DVD player, The best car game in the world is and make sure you (or your children) “See How Many Types of Candy know how to work it before you leave You Can Name.” If any of you amateurs Indiana. “Where’s Waldo” books can only top 109, email me. hold ‘em so long. Eat seafood. Fried. In some dive DO NOT include Hubba Bubba or bar along the water. Barefoot. any other gum or taffy-like sub-
prior to entering the ocean. Though my husband miraculously found his Maui Jim shades after ten minutes of searching the sand bar (can I get an “amen”?), he has yet to find his wedding band lost back in’99. Make sure your preschooler uses the bathroom before hitting the Nashville to Louisville stretch of I-65. Bonnieville, KY, is so not the place you want to stop for a roadside potty break. Think Blair Witch meets Deliverance. Drink at least one rum beverage, but no more than six, while listening to Jimmy Buffett, Dave Lindley or Jimmy Cliff. Has to be done. Beware sea creatures. Those jelly fish are cute to look at, but they sting like a mother if they hit you while boogie-boarding. Build a sand castle. Sure you get sand up your wazoo and you’ll need to OD on the Advil later, but sand castles are cool and a great way to impress your kids. Do not however, under any circumstances, boobie trap your moat with aforementioned jelly fish. Enjoy your summer vacation, wherever it takes you. Peace out!
Danielle Wilson is a Carmel resident and contributing columnist. You may e-mail her at email@example.com.
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DISPATCHES JAPANESE COMIC STORYTELLING: Sponsored by the Japan-America Society of Indiana, (Mr.) Kaishi Katsura brings Japanese comic storytelling to Indiana on a 22-city tour of the United States. The Indiana performance will be on Tuesday, June 24 in the Carmel High School auditorium. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the performance starts at 7 p.m., with open seating. Tickets are $15. Rakugo is comic storytelling, performed in the traditional Japanese-style, which is sitting down.
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Drama camp educates and entertains
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By Christine Bavender Current in Carmel
How does an original musical comedy win a prestigious economic education award? When it not only teaches children the art of the theatre, but also helps educate them in helping others. “If the kids feel they took part in something meaningful and share it with somebody else, then that makes them better people,” said playwright Cindy Baney. “I hope it enriches their hearts, too, from this experience. That experience? The second annual drama camp put on for two weeks at
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OLMC GRAD VINNIE DRUDING PARTICIPATES IN POPE’S N.Y. MASSES
e’ll always be Vinnie Druding to me, even after he becomes a Roman Catholic Priest in the Archdiocese of New York on May 9, 2009. His parents, Vince and Marian, have been friends of mine for 30 or so years. He grew up in Carmel and is a 1991 Our Lady of Mount Carmel graduate. Now he is a seminarian at St. Joseph in Yonkers, N.Y. Vince had spent his formative years wondering if he was Danny meant to be a priest O’Malia or to raise a family, like the wonderful family in which he was raised. “Father Mike Kettron at O.L.M.C. prepared me for First Communion, and I was always captivated by the mystery of the Eucharist. Father Rasner was a big influence as well.” Later, at age 17, “Monsignor Duncan asked me to teach Confirmation Prep at O.L.M.C. I am grateful he gave me this opportunity as a high school student.” He majored in Religion at Wabash College and still wondered for years: family or priesthood? But the signs kept
Vince Druding (center, holding book) appearing: he exited the subway in New York on 9-11 just in time to witness the second plane hit the tower. He worked on the rescue for a week and saw priests praying over the deceased. Finally, during Lent in 2003, these signs and many others convinced Vince to become a priest. And that brought him into contact with the Papal Masses back in April, when he was one of about a dozen New York seminarians chosen to serve Pope Benedict’s Masses at St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Yankee Stadium. As the official Master of Ceremonies for the seminary he attends, Vince assisted emcees at the St. Patrick’s Mass. At Yankee Stadium, he filled the role of Bearer of the Book. I only wish there was room to tell Vince’s entire story and share all the incredible signs from God. Vince and Marian, that’s quite a young man you have there!
CITY CENTER UPDATE INDIANA DESIGN CENTER
COST - $300 million. Of the total, $200 million is coming from the private sector, $100 million from public funds. The project is within the bounds of budget.
CONSTRUCTION – One year away from opening. This 85,000 square foot facility brings together a premier collection of professional high-end design resources and services in a single location.
CONSTRUCTION – On schedule, with plans for retailers to start their phase by fall of 2009.
NEXT STEP – The building’s construction will be complete at the first of next year and ready for tenants to start finishing their spaces starting in early 2009. We anticipate a Grand Opening date sometime in the Fall of 2009
NEXT STEP – Completion of the steel construction. When that’s done, there will be a ceremony to commemorate the achievement at the site. TENANTS - There are active negotiations for a combined 62,000 square feet of space for retail and restaurant owners. Independent shop owners from around the Midwest and Indiana also are being kept in mind as possible tenants near City Center.
TENANTS – Over 60 percent of the Indiana Design Center is in active lease negotiations. We have potential tenants in the following categories: Lighting, Flooring, Decorative Hardware, Kitchen, Bath, Plumbing, Furniture and Decorative Accessories, Fabrics and Wallcoverings, and Granite and Marble. Sources: Pedcor Cos., City of Carmel
Compiled by Brandon Bowman, Current in Carmel
Tuesday, June 24, 2008 www.currentincarmel.com
Carmelâ€™s Green INitiative going strong
reen: the word used most often to characterize a hue or shade is also common vocabulary to describe an initiative connected to saving the environment. Add Carmel as a descriptor of where, and you have Carmel Green Initiative, the latest group to call our community home. Leslie Webb and Monica Cannaley, key organizers of the group, have matched like-minded citizens and community groups to promote and support the cityâ€™s commitment to reducing our impact on the planet.
Climate Protection Agreement signed by Mayor Brainard. To reduce energy waste and pollution, thereby cutting our dependence on fossil fuels. To inspire individuals to take small actions, which cumulatively can significantly increase the sustainability of our local and global resources. All summer long, the group will offer several opportunities for anyone to attend a workshop that addresses the growing number of people that want to get greener, but are not sure how. For dates and locations, log on to www.carmelgreen. The City of Carmel has a well org. The cost is just $15; a Jeff documented record, now several small price to pay to learn how Worrell years old, which clearly makes to reduce your environmental conserving our natural resources impact. a priority. Even though Carmel Green I once heard a friend comment that Initiative is only in its infancy, they have a they donâ€™t curbside recycle because of the full agenda and the willpower to see their cost per month. Carmel Green Initiative goals achieved. Using their mission stateis going to help us all understand the cost ment as the roadmap for a greener Carmel, not to recycle might be greater than a they plan: couple of bucks each month. To create awareness and understanding of the connection between Carmel citizens Jeff Worrell is a local business owner. He recognizes volunteers on â€œConnecting with and our impact on the environment. Carmelâ€? on cable channel 16. Contact him at To promote and support the City of Carmelâ€™s commitment to carbon reduction firstname.lastname@example.org initiatives, as stated in the U.S. Mayors
Residents Remember Dairy Queen By Bryan Unruh Current in Carmel
Carmel residents reflected about the fire that laid waste to the Dairy Queen at 951 S. Range Line Road and reminisced about the restaurantâ€™s past. Jenny Ogle Breakâ€™s first job was at the Dairy Queen. She began working there in 1972 as a high school freshman. She said she would never forget her history there. â€œI remember â€˜ice cream initiationâ€™ my first day,â€? she said. â€œI had to go into the freezer and see how fast I could down a cone of soft serve. It was only a minute before the brain freeze occurred.â€? Break said she was eating at a Carmel restaurant when the fire began on May 29. She couldnâ€™t resist going to watch. â€œIt was a chance...to gaze at the last bit of a childhood memory for me,â€? she said. Katherine Fehnâ€™s memories are more recent. Her family has long enjoyed dinners and â€œpost-soccer-game treatsâ€? at the restaurant, but she said it was most special to her and her 4-year-old son. â€œWhile his sisters were at school, Evan and I would go on â€˜datesâ€™ to the Dairy Queen,â€? she said. â€œWe always had the best time.â€? Marcia Hafner enjoyed the Dairy Queen both with her parents and as a parent herself: â€œMy folks used to take my sister and I to DQ almost every evening
Evan Fehn enjoying his favorite DQ treat: the sprinkle cone.
in the summer and throughout the year. I always got a cherry Mister Misty. . . it was family time,â€? she explained. â€œI have been taking my daughter to DQ since she was a baby. . .All of her birthday cakes (were) from there.â€? Owner Mina Khoury said he expected to rebuild the restaurant in the next five to six months at the same location. He has moved past the â€œshock and numbness,â€? he said, and begun negotiating with architects and engineers to start reconstruction. Khoury, owner of the Dairy Queen for 13 years, said discarded burning material started the fire. â€œIt was most likely a cigarette from an employee or a customer in the drive-thru,â€? he said.
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conversations. Effective blogs should be written in a style that creates online conversations. It shouldn’t be about posting your messages; instead, make it about getting people engaged and immersed in the conversation. Get them to talk back, to accept or reject your ideas. Too many messages in this world are presented in the here-is-what-we-wantyou-to-know format rather than the let’slearn-together style. Interactivity is always better than a fire hose approach – shooting information all over your audience whether they like it or not. Think of the last time you met a salesperson who never let you talk but simply told you all about how
much his product or service could help you. That’s the offline equivalent of a blog that doesn’t inspire you to respond to the author – in agreement or disagreement. If you blog, consider your approach. Ask yourself if what you are doing matters and works. If you don’t blog, you might find it an easy way to create some conversations with an interested audience. Don’t worry about the size of your audience as much as how actively they are involved in your conversations. That’s the better measure of whether or not your strategy is working. David Cain is President of MediaSauce, a digital media and online marketing company in Carmel. He welcomes your questions or comments at David.Cain@MediaSauce.com.
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Charity Crisis: The latest victims of the sagging economy: charities. In May, the annual gala of the Robin Hood Foundation, which included a host of A-list celebrities, raised $56.5 million, down 21.5 percent from last year. But it’s not just the charities of the swank that are suffering. The Salvation Army caters to a somewhat different crowd—i.e., tens of millions of middle-class Americans. And while it had a good Christmas, “since the first of the year, we’ve seen some slippage,” says Maj. George Hood, a Salvation Army spokesman. Overall donations are down compared with 2007, and donations of used clothing and furniture to thrift shops have fallen by 20 percent. While natural disasters typically inspire a spike in donations, Hood says the earthquakes in China, the cyclones in Burma and the floods in the Midwest have yet to generate such an outpouring.
arketing strategies, like almost everything, only matter if they work. Your strategy has to deliver the goods, and usually that involves creating a relationship that can eventually become a transaction. Blogging, for example, is a popular topic in the online marketing space. It can create results for a company, but is often misunderstood or thought of only from a limited view – never really considDavid Cain ering, “does it work?” Marketing Does how you blog actually create any relationships that can eventually become transactions? Or are you just saying things to the world and, in most cases, forcing yourself to do that? A blog, derived from the term Web log, is really a website location where the author would post information – any kind of information, in any form (text, video, photographs) – for the online world to read. And the online world generally doesn’t read the blog because many blogs are more about messages than
Stocks Gain: A dose of good economic news and a buyout offer for Anheuser-Busch gave Wall Street a rebound last week, sending the Dow Jones industrials jumping more than 140 points. Treasury prices fell, driving yields higher, as investors returned to stocks. The Commerce Department said May retail sales, which appeared to receive a boost from tax rebate checks, rose 1 percent. That was the biggest improvement in 6 months. Meanwhile, the Labor Department said first-time claims for unemployment benefits rose, but some of the pickup was due to volatility following the Memorial Day holiday.
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MONEY MATTERS How is your 401(k) performing this year as compared to last year?
“Mine is performing a little flat. The stocks aren’t doing as well, and it’s not helping.” Molly Marnane Carmel
“My 401(k) is down a little. Right now I’m being more conservative.” Don Currise Carmel
“My 401(k) is fine. I feel that everyone is over reacting about the stock market. The market goes up, and the market goes down. It has been that way for a long time.” Bob Taylor Carmel
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remember being in my teens and having separation anxiety. My mom rarely, if ever, left me home alone, so I wondered why I was anxious. Even though they didnâ€™t have a name for it back then, I do remember, since my mom was old (45) when I was born, I had this terrible fear that she would die during the night. All her reassurances still left me fearful. Regardless of the age of the child, separation anxiety is real and speaks to the emotional needs of Becky Kapsalis the child. Ask YiaYia Typically, toddlers express great fear of being separated from their parents. They cry, scream, kick and pull on our clothing to keep from being separated from us. I recall those were some of the toughest times I had. I would be crying as I left them screaming with their grandmother, even though I knew they were in the best of care. I can honestly tell you, the guilt I felt in leaving them behind was over whelming. Yet I knew I had no choice. I soon discovered that if I gave in to the crying, it would continue for a much
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