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Current in Carmel It is believed that lightning caused the fire that burned much of the Weston Shoppes last week. The strip mall, at the intersection of 106th Street and Michigan Road, had 12 units, but the majority of the building has been destroyed. It is expected that the entire structure will be demolished and rebuilt within this year. Photo by Brandon Bowman
Scott Laskowski, 19, is facing three misdemeanor counts of criminal recklessness. However, Turner has claimed since a grand jury handed down these charges that the alleged crimes call for felony charges – not misdemeanors. The charges stem from several alleged incidents of assault said to have occurred on a school bus and in a CHS locker room.
Spigelman confident about his chances in 2011 “The ISO is backed by corporate By Brandon Bowman sponsors, and there has not been one Current in Carmel that has stepped up for the performing Republican Marnin Spigelman said voter turnout could be enough to over- arts center,” he said. To solve many of the city’s probcome any discrepancies in campaign lems, Spigelman spending. thinks there should be Spigelman recently more transparency in announced his intenCarmel’s government. tion to run against He said Brainard’s adMayor Jim Brainard ministration currently in the May 2011 prilacks transparency and mary. Spigelman, who added this will be a ran as an independent major issue during his against Mayor Brainard campaign. in 2007, believes an “A lot of the media energized grass roots don’t want to take campaign and a stronthe chance on this ger voter turnout in Spigelman campaign,” he said. Carmel will help him “This whole thing is a this time around. matter of a huge effort to educate and “When I ran in 2007, I knocked on thousands of doors and heard a lot con- inform people with factual information through mailings, my blogs on cerns about the city of Carmel’s spendspigelman4carmelmayor.com, or by ing,” he said. “I want Carmel to grow, attending City Council and committee but I want growth that makes sense.” meetings.” The Center for the Performing Arts, Spigelman also commented on Tim which initially had an estimated value Campbell’s cartoon in the June 22 isof $80 million, is now a $170 million sue of Current in Carmel, implying project. Spigelman believes the operatthat he’s an over-matched challenger. ing costs of center, and other projects Spigelman said he expects the mayor initiated by Brainard in the past eight to have a large campaign fund to conyears, will be borne by taxpayers. tend with but is confident about his “I don’t want to seem as if I’m being chances. negative when I talk about these proj“I’d like to see over 50 percent of the ects, because I’m just worried about city voting this time,” he said. “If we how it is we’re going pay the costs get half of the voters, we could make back,” Spigelman said. some real things happen for Carmel. Spigelman wants to collect endowOn the same token, money buys a lot ment money for the arts center. He in elections.” looks at the Indianapolis Symphony To learn more about Marnin SpigelOrchestra as the direct competition man, visit www.spigelman4carmelof the arts center when the project is mayor.com. completed.
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Current in Carmel Robert Turner, the attorney for one of the victims in the alleged attacks involving four former members of the Carmel High School basketball team, said he plans to seek for federal investigators to review the case. Robert Kitzinger, 19, and 18-yearolds Oscar Falodun and Brandon Hoge currently face misdemeanor charges of battery and criminal recklessness.
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Each week, Current will provide a different city ordinance to help familiarize readers with the laws in their city. Oridnance D-1128, 12-19-94 Chapter 8: Traffic and Parking Regulations 8-3 Obstruction of a Mailbox Prohibited (c) A person may not stop, stand, or park a vehicle in such a manner as to obstruct a mailbox or to interfere with the delivery of mail by the United States Postal Service. Vehicles following the direction of a law enforcement officer or traffic control device, emergency response personnel attending to an emergency call, United States Postal Service vehicles, and individuals stopped for the sole purpose of placing or removing mail from a mailbox are exempted from this section. (b) Enforcement of this section shall be by the City Attorney.
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From the backshop The Why Store will Rock the District Rock the District, sponsored in part by Current in Carmel and scheduled for July 24 in the Carmel Arts & Design District, has landed long-time Indiana favorite rockers The Why Store as the headlining act. The one-day music festival enters its fourth year, having featured John McLaughlin (2007 and 2008) and Dave Barnes (2009). The Why Store, which last year released Vim, a new album loaded with fresh material, still features Chris Shaffer a forceful, expressive singer/songwriter with a repertoire of more than 130 original songs. The band has been re-tooled by Shaffer, who does not plan The Why Store’s sets, but rather takes whatever fits the moment and goes with it. It will be the icing on the cake for a day that features local and regional musicians throughout. We urge you to attend this great event and, while you’re at it, support the district’s merchants. ••• As you might know, Mayor Jim Brainard last week unanimously was elected as one of 13 trustees of the United States Conference of Mayors. As a trustee, he will make up part of the executive committee that constitutes the leadership of the organization and de-
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DISPATCHES » HCLA seeks applicants – The Hamilton County Leadership Academy (HCLA) is currently accepting applications for its 2010-20111 class. The 10-month academy will begin in September and run through June, 2011. Applications are due June 30. The HCLA is a leadership program that identifies and prepares informed leaders for our community. To apply, visit www.hcla.net. » Community Day at Clay Terrace – Clay Terrace Mall is hosting a Community Day to raise awareness for several local and national not for profit organizations, July 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the outdoor shopping center. In addition to raising awareness, donations will also be accepted for all not for profits including the Simon Youth Foundation. For details, contact Megan Coors at 818-0725. » Badger named ROSA winner – Carmel resident Ila Badger was named the Carmel Rotary Club’s 2010 Rotary Outstanding Service Award winner. Her husband, Jack, has also won the award, making them the first couple to achieve this.
» Preschool has room for four-year olds – Openings for four-year olds are available at St. Mark’s Preschool for the 2010-2011 school year. The Moonbeam class for boys and girls, who have turned age four by September 1, meets three days each week. For registration forms and more information, visit, www.stmarkscarmel.org.
Commentary By Danielle Wilson As my almost 2-year-old niece threw her third tantrum of the morning in response to her already 2-year-old cousin’s Barbie theft, it occurred to me I could get good money for them on the black market. Kidding! I really like their parents, and they would not be happy with me if I up and sold their daughters right out from under them. But seriously, 2-year olds are bratty little creatures most of the time, with only a few redeeming qualities. I’ve really had to focus on these the last few months so as not to follow through with my illegal baby scam. Here’s what I’ve come up with. 1. They are cute. I’ve yet to meet an ugly child between the ages of 18 and 36 months. Even my twins, who were born looking like bald albino eaglets, were quite adorable by their second birthday. And one of the aforementioned nieces? She transformed from an 87-year-old man with a receding hairline to a Gerber baby with beautiful locks upon turning two. 2. They are cheaply entertained. Two-year olds do not need Xboxes, Nintendo DS’, or even creepy-eyed baby dolls that require real diapers. My nieces can play for hours with a five-cent bouncy ball, a copy of the New York Times and a discarded Reebok. 3. They still take naps. ‘Nough said. 4. They talk funny. Because their speech is still developing, two year olds have a unique propensity to say words incorrectly, inject an adorable lisp, and/or repeat words they shouldn’t. This can make for some hilarious moments, especially in public. “So sorry Father, I think she’s referring to a type of boat, a ship.” 5. They think clean-up time is a game, simply because it has
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Library seeks donations for sculpture By Matt Werner Current in Carmel The Carmel Clay Public Library is raising money to purchase one of the bronze sculptures currently on loan and being displayed at the library. The Library Sculpture Fund has already received a few donations for the statue, named “Golden Morning.” The sculpture of a golden retriever named Bob playing in leaves was voted as the favorite by library patrons. While a public campaign has not been officially kicked off, the library is accepting donations to help purchase the $24,000 sculpture. “Since the sculpture has become so popular, we want to provide the public with an opportunity to make an outright donation or make a donation in honor or memory of a family member or friend,” said Beth Smietana, communications manager at the CCPL. The library is not limited to only purchasing “Golden Morning” and hopes to raise enough money to add more. The sculptures range in price from just a few hundred dollars to as much as hundreds of thousands of dollars. “We have received many comments from patrons who take pleasure in seeing the sculptures,” Smietana said. “These works of art add a beautiful new dimension to the library environment and we hope to add several in the coming years. We would like to have perhaps one or two
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Wife of performing arts director makes her mark, too COMMENTARY By Jeff Worrell The “other” Libman wasted little time since moving to Carmel less than a year ago and has given significant amounts of her time as a volunteer to several well-known civic organizations. Keitha Libman, wife of Center For The Performing Arts Executive Director Steven Libman, is giving her time and talent to a community that she has barely had enough time to call home. After joining the Rotary Club of Carmel, she immediately took responsibility for a new club project designed to recognize civic-minded high school students with a new scholarship opportunity. The Rotary Club of Carmel is trying to encourage a habit of community service by rewarding students with financial assistance to help continue their education past high school. Rotarians are known for their attitude of “service above self ” and through the Student Service Award program, young adults with the same aptitude will now benefit. Lucky for Ben Cook that Keitha moved to Carmel and spearheaded this important program. Cook, a Carmel High School senior, walked away with a cool $2,000 check from the
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By Kevin Kane Current in Carmel Daris Reno-Blickman jokes that a week from now she’ll be in a sort of hibernation. The Carmel resident works full time handling public relations for various local organizations and individuals. She is also in the process of starting an online coaching school, but this time of year, she is perhaps most associated with CarmelFest Has Talent, the vocal competition at CarmelFest for which Reno-Blickman is the chairwoman. When the event’s winners are crowned July 5, it will cap six months and countless hours of volunteer work required to put the competition together. She’s looking forward to an extended nap when it’s all over, but despite the heavy workload, Reno-Blickman said her love of the event and even her heritage have kept her going this year. CarmelFest Has Talent is a statewide singing competition in its second year. After countless applications and auditions, the 10 best singers in three age groups were selected, and these 30 semifinalists will be narrowed to three winners over the course of the two-day festival. Organizing this type of event, Reno-Blickman said, is very time consuming and requires more work than most people realize. “People just think you have people sign up and that’s it, but there are 100 other things you have to do,” she said. “I spend weeks driving around from city to city hanging up posters. Then I go there the next week, and if they’re gone I hang up more. That’s something people don’t know I have to do.” She said much of her time – and money – is spent marketing the event in order to truly make it a statewide competition, but the responsibilities don’t end there. Essentially, every rule, every minor detail has to be planned and executed. For example, it may seem like judges at these types of competitions can speak as much or as little as they wish, but Reno-Blickman said that time has to be set. If a judge goes over, though, a plan has to be in place to make up those lost minutes. This year, Reno-Blickman said she has the benefit of a year’s experience, but with this one step forward, she took two back, as her co-chair Gena Hout has been unable to assist with the organization as much as was expected. Hout, who came up with the idea for CarmelFest Has Talent, said she’s been unexpectedly sidelined this year as a result of unspecified personal circumstances. Hout said she’s still involved, but not as much as she’d like to be. “Daris has forged ahead like is so typical of her,” she said. “I have missed not being more involved this year; however, I am looking forward to jumping in with both feet for next year’s event.” Bernie Szuhaj, co-owner of the Simply Sweet Shoppe and Second Story Playhouse, said he’s lent Reno-Blickman a hand on a number of occasions in the past six months and helped with several different initiatives. He said a great deal of time and effort must go into making this event work, but her effort and enthusiasm is never lacking. “Daris doesn’t do anything half way; it’s always 110 percent effort,” he said. “Her reputation precedes itself on putting on a quality, high-energy and entertaining event.” Reno-Blickman said that mindset of putting forth her best effort at all times regardless of circumstance stems from her Na-
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DIRTY WORK Daris Reno-Blickman said one of her favorite things about working on CarmelFest Hast Talent is interacting with the contestants and their families, but that also includes one of her least favorite aspects of the competition. On many nights, Reno-Blickman said she’s up late writing e-mails to inform kids that they didn’t make the cut. “I hate that part,” she said.
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Poof! Make design problems disappear! Commentary By Vicky Earley A screen is like a veil: It hides what you want to hide while creating mystery and intrigue. Room screens have been around practically forever. The Chinese began using them as far back as 200 B.C, while the Japanese adopted them in the seventh century. Europeans lagged far behind in this decorating trend, as they did not embrace the screen until 1600s. The original screens were elaborate with intricate paintings and carvings. They functioned as art and status symbols. The screen has evolved into a life-form with a practical purpose: It is one of the most flexible interior design tools available. Screens are an outstanding alternative to altering the structure of your home. Folding screen room dividers are easily removable and storable when not needed, as they are a form of freestanding art and furniture. Screens can function as a room divider or decorative focal point, and they can be moved with every decorating whim. One of my favorite ways to use a gorgeous decorative screen is to tuck it behind a sofa in place of the expected picture behind a sofa. A screen is dimension, texture, color and interest – all in one decorating investment.
using a screen as an unexpected headboard. In a large space, screens can be used to provide a sense of intimacy. It can separate a dining area from a living area in a large, open space. Privacy is the side benefit to a beautiful screen and a space tucked behind a screen is suddenly a cozy, dedicated safe space. Screens are a great way to hide something unsightly and any clutter. You can hide just about anything from anything from bad architecture to stereo equipment. If you don’t have room for an office, you might want to use a screen in your living room or bedroom by placing a desk on the other side of the screen in those rooms. The desk is out of view in the evening when you want to relax, and the bed is out of view during the work day, when you wish you could relax! Screens, whether an ornate antique or fabricated today, can offer an element of style while concealing something unattractive – or even downright ugly! A screen is a fail-proof way to liven up a dreary room by filling dead spaces. When used in an empty corner of a room, a landing, a patio and behind a pair of chairs, a screen can immediately add interest and sophistication. Consider
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Wasp’s smoothly-cowled cockpit and long pointed tail helped reduce air drag. The Marmon Wasp car offered another innovation in design – a little item called a rear view mirror. As you are making your plans for CarmelFest, be sure to set aside time to admire Bob Van Note’s 1911 Marmon Wasp Replica Car. The car will be driven in the peggy gary powell Frey St.Vincent Heart ing a 1917 U.S. Army gral role in this year’sColor festival Center guard, who were part ofof as it performs pieces from the Indiana the 150th field artillery regisongbook. Parade at ment, out of fort benjamin Please check our Web site, harrison and fought during CarmelFest www.carmelfest.net, often for WW I. updates These men be bywill Bucky event and schedules. dressed in period uniforms Horn. After And thank youthe to our part as they carry colors of the parade, ners at Current Publishing, their day along thethe carparade will LLC for their continued sup route. be on any display in port. If youand need specific powell her parade the Americana North Zone information, please contact Committee are continuing –to justput north of the uslocated at email@example.com. plan and Department. togetherWe Carmel Fire look forward to seeing you all this magnificent event. For more details and We a at CarmelFest 2010. will have more exciting anschedule of events, visitsoon. our nouncements coming website at www.carmelfest. If your business or organizanet become tionor would like a to“fan” haveon an Facebook. entry in the parade, please submitted by Cindy visitStory our Web site, www.carRoberts-Greiner. melfest.net.
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Celebrate America’s Birthday at Come join America’s the Carmel Fire DepartCelebrate Birthday at the CarmelFest Freedom Run/Walk ment in dedicating their new fire the CarmelFest Freedom Run/Walk on on truck on July 4th3rd. at 3:00 thesce Saturday July 3rd. Thispm 4.5 mile Saturday –– July This 4.5at mile sceCFD Headquarters Station at 2 Civic nic trek trek thru thru Carmel Carmel will will start at 8:00 nic start of atthe 8:00 Square in Carmel – just north a.m. at at Carmel Carmel High School. There will a.m. High School. There will Gazebo. also be a “pee wee run” for ages 10 and alsoThe be new a “pee wee run” for ages 10 and ladder truck will be dediunder at 9:30 am. underand at 9:30 am. cated christened in true “firefightPreregistration is $20itbefore ingPre-registration tradition” by wetting downJune with is $20 before June a29th. firefighter hosethe line. (Race Day feeAfterwards, will increase 29th. (Race Day the fee will increase on-lookers join the firefighters to $23.00.) will All entrants will receive in a to $23.00.) All equipment entrants receive a drying offcolored the with souvenir patriotic Tshirt,will bib number, patriotic colored T-shirt, bib number, commemorative The ceremony goodie bag, post towels. race refreshments. goodie bag, post race concludes with everyone to The Pee Wee Fun Runrefreshments. is helping FREE and push the vehicles into the The Wee Fun back Run is FREE and openPee to all children ages 10 andfire under. station open to bay. all children ages 10 and under. Mark your calendar to Run takethru partthe Register for the Freedom Register forevent the Runon thru the in this fun at p.m. CarmelFest webFreedom site3:00 at www.carmelf CarmelFest web at www.carmelfSudnay-July 4th site during the CarmelFest.net est celebration. For more information est.net and a schedule of activities, visit www. carmelfest.net
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Just don't and don't just COMMENTARY By Brandie Bohney My husband is a sports fan. He loves sports. With few exceptions, he enjoys just about everything that comes out of the sporting world. For this reason, he listens to a lot of ESPN radio. And ESPN radio is the source of today’s column topic. An ad for an Indianapolis-area business that airs on ESPN radio illustrates an interesting grammatical faux pas. The ad states of the business, “They just don’t say they’re local; they are local.” Hmmm. Do you see the problem? The problem is just don’t. When you use just before don’t, it acts as a sort of intensifier: The museum has many fine paintings; just don’t touch them. If you reverse the order of the words, though, the meaning changes because just then goes on to intensify whatever verb follows it: Don’t just stand there; do something! Do you see the difference? The problem with the ad is that just should follow don’t instead of preceding it. And while I think the difference in meaning is pretty clear, this is one of those mistakes that anyone can make when not paying enough attention or
speaking faster than thinking. Instead of saying that the business actually is local rather than merely making that claim falsely, the ad seems to say that the business is local but doesn’t say so. And that’s not the intention of the ad. Normally, this sort of thing would be no big deal. A one-time slip of the tongue, and probably only a handful of people would even catch it. But it wasn’t a one-time slip of the tongue. It was a recorded and regularly played advertisement. And every time it plays, the error becomes both more and more glaring to the listeners who’ve already caught it as well as apparent to those who haven’t yet recognized it. The point is that even a small and understandable error can grow like a weed in your grammatical garden if you don’t pluck it as soon as possible. It’s important to be weeding – er, editing – any work you put into print or on the air as thoroughly and carefully as possible. Because even ESPN listeners can be discerning grammatical gardeners. Brandie Bohney is a grammar enthusiast and former English teacher. If you have a grammarrelated question, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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coming directly to him instead of having her mom or dad do the talking for her. A couple of girls on the team were surprised that she would choose camp over the state finals, but she stuck to her guns and left for camp. The team went on to win the championship. She had a great experience at camp. The team (at the coach’s direction) texted the young lady to tell her they won. They included her in the victory. Her mom accepted her trophy for her, and everyone savored the taste of success. What could have been a horrific emotional experience turned into a life lesson – a lesson that will do her well far after camps and soccer victories are a thing of her past. Kudos to everyone – the Mom, the little lady, the coach and her teammates. Conviction with character counts. Hugs! Becky Kapsalis. aka YiaYia (pronounced Ya-Ya.) is a certified parenting advocate and child behavior coach. You may reach her at 317-848-7979 or e-mail email@example.com
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DISPATCHES » Sedaka added to Palladium gala – Legendary recording artist Neil Sedaka has been added to the list of performers at the January 29, 2011 gala concert in the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts. The fundraising concert lineup also will feature artistic director Michael Feinstein with jazz artist Chris Botti. The gala will be produced by acclaimed Hollywood producer Gordon Hunt and will include performances by the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. Sedaka has written, performed, produced, and inspired countless songs during the last 50 years. » McKinney to join Civic Theatre Megan McKinney, a longtime fixture in the Indianapolis arts community, will soon join Civic Theatre as the organization’s new director of development. McKinney comes to Civic off the heels of a two-year stint as the executive director at the Fine Arts Society.
ATI production uses old classics in new contexts By Dave Arland Current in Carmel The latest production from Carmel’s Actors Theatre of Indiana promises a night of familiar music in some not-so-familiar situations when “A Grand Night for Singing” takes the Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace stage beginning July 7. Broadway songwriters Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II created such iconic shows as “Oklahoma!” “Carousel,” and “The King and I.” Plucking songs from the songwriting duo’s famous musicals, “A Grand Night for Singing” drops them into new situations when the characters meet each other for the first time and romance blossoms. A production of Actors Theatre of Indiana, a local company of performing professionals, the musical revue “A Grand Night for Singing” first opened on Broadway in 1994, winning critical acclaim and earning a Tony nomination for Best Musical. Set on the grounds of a beautiful mansion near the water, the production stars ATI founders Judy Fitzgerald, Cynthia Collins, and Don Farrell along with local stage veteran Jill O’Malia and Bradley Reynolds, a New York theater producer and actor who grew up in Speedway. Butler University graduate Jill O’Malia, a veteran of many Rodgers & Hammerstein pro-
The cast of “A Grand Night for Singing” will take the stage July 7 for a total of 20 performances through August 1.
ductions, said audiences are in for a treat with the rich harmonies and tuneful music that they know from the stage and screen. “This show is all about the different situations of romance,” O’Malia said. “There is also music from a few shows that are not as well known – such as ‘Me and Juliet.’ These will be big crowd pleasers that are fun, new, and fresh.”
The show includes some 30 Rodgers and Hammerstein songs, each performed in a new context. “It’s a fair guess that the songwriting duo never imagined the song ‘Shall We Dance’ as a comedy dance routine, or that they thought about ‘How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?’ as a lover’s lament,” said ATI cofounder Don Farrell, who is also directing and choreographing the show. “But that’s exactly how these songs have been re-imagined in this production.” For New York actor and Broadway producer Bradley Reynolds, taking songs out of their original context and weaving them into another story proves the timeless nature of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s music. “Their work is so completely enduring,” Reynolds said. “In this setting, everything is contemporary and the plot has nothing to do with the original settings – but it works.” The 20 performances of “A Grand Night for Singing” begin July 7 and run through August 1. Shows start at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays throughout July. Sunday shows have a 2 p.m. curtain time at the Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace. Weekend performances are $32 each. Wednesday and Thursday performances are value priced at $20 each. Go to www.actorstheatreofindiana. org for tickets and details.
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1964 What: “The best Beatles tribute on earth” returns to Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre by popular demand When: July 5 and 6; doors open at 6 p.m.; buffet served 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.; concert at 8 p.m. Where: Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, 9301 N. Michigan Rd., Indianapolis Cost: $49 per person; price includes dinner Info: www.beefandboards.com Details: Take a journey with Mark, Gary, Tom and Terry (or is it John, Paul, George and Ringo?) through a quintessential moment in music history that will live forever. More than 20 years of research and performance have made “1964” masters of their craft. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world.
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COMMENTARY By Chef Michael Vlasich “Urban legends” can be found in many walks of life and mostly can be proven false. The questions become harder when they span across centuries and extend between a multitude of topics or facts. Recently, I was engaged in a conversation that included questions on many aspects of a particular urban legend: Are they edible or plastic? Are they preserved in formaldehyde? Were they made using red dye that causes cancer? Did they originate in Oregon or were they copied from Europe? Do they contain liquor? Are they harmful to children, causing them to grow extra fingers? These were the major points, and after much digging and sifting, I have the truths about “maraschino cherries,” the once highly sought after cocktail garnish. The original maraschino cherries came from Yugoslavia, centuries ago, produced from a small bitter black cherry called the mascara, which grew wild in Dalmatia. Back then, there was no good way to preserve fruit. Being located on the coast of Croatia, they would pickle them in seawater, and then marinate them in cherry liqueur made from mascara juice, pits and leaves. This was the real first maraschino cherry. This probably makes you wonder, how we got from there to the bright red, rubbery, sweet cherry, we use today to top ice cream sundaes. The original cherries were brought here by the immigrants, and along with everything else, were sold to start a life in the new world. They quickly became in demand in the upscale hotels, as they were used as a garnish in cocktails, showing a sign of wealth and taste. In the 1800s, farmers in Oregon found their state was the perfect climate for growing cherry trees. As the years went on, they began to have an overabundant mass of cherries, and they had to find new ways to use them. With this and the demand for the maraschino, people found ways to make cheaper versions less expensively. In the early 1900s, the University of Oregon developed a technique to soak the cherries in a brine and then in a cherry liqueur, imitating the cherries of Dalmatia. Later, they were changed to a mixture of almond
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oil and paste, closer imitating the maraschino cherry flavors of today, specifically because of prohibition and the outlaw of all liquor. This is how we got the maraschino cherries we know today. If you have a large batch of cherries this summer to preserve, included is a recipe for maraschino cherries. I have used it before; it is basic, but it’s tasty. Chef Michael R. Vlasich, CEC, AAC, is a Carmel resident and the executive chef at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. You may e-mail him at chefmichael@ currentincarmel.com
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REd, white and blue trifle Show your patriotism this July 4 with this colorful – and tasty – dessert. Serves 12 Ingredients • 1 1/2 cups cold milk • 1 (4 ounce) package cheesecake flavor instant pudding and pie filling mix • 1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed • 16 ounces frozen pound cake, thawed, cut into 1/2inch cubes • 2 cups sliced strawberries • 1 cup blueberries • 1 cup sliced banana Directions 1. 1. Mix together milk and pudding mix and beat with wire whisk for 1-2 minutes or until well blended. Gently stir the thawed whipped topping into the milk/pudding mixture. 2. 2. In large glass bowl, layer 1/2 of the cake cubes, 1/2 of the fruit and 1/2 of the pudding mixture. Repeat layers, ending with pudding mixture. Chill at least 2 hours. -www.recipezaar.com
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Margarita grouper fillets Inspired by the popular cocktail, sweet, delicate grouper takes on a tangy flavor from the fresh lime juice and tequila. Pair the grouper with yellow rice, black beans, and a pitcher of margaritas, of course. This recipe goes with fish tacos Yield: 6 servings (serving size: 1 grouper fillet) Ingredients 6 (6-ounce) grouper fillets • 3/4 teaspoon salt, divided • 1/4 cup fresh cilantro leaves • 1/4 cup chopped onion • 1 tablespoon sugar • 1 tablespoon finely chopped seeded serrano chile • 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice • 1 tablespoon tequila • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil • 1 garlic clove, chopped • Cooking spray • Chopped fresh chives (optional) • Lime wedges (optional) Directions: 1. Place the fillets in a single layer in a 13 x 9-inch baking dish, and sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon salt. Combine 1/2 teaspoon salt, cilantro, and the next 7 ingredients
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Pirates of Penzance
The Carmel Repertory Theatre will present this American Premiere of EssGee's production for the 21st Century Premiere of Gilbert and Sullivan's “The Pirates of Penzance,” a comic opera. Performances begin July 16 and run through August 1 at Clay Middle School in Carmel. Call 844-2081 for details and ticket information.
A Grand Night for Singing
Come see the show USA Today said "is enough to restore one's faith in the future of the Revue and the durability of Rodgers and Hammerstein.” “A Grand Night for Singing” will be performed by the Actors Theatre of Indiana July 7 through August 1 at the Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace. Tickets are on sale and can be purchased by calling 669-7983. Tickets for Wednesday and Thursday performances are just $20. Visit www.actorstheatreofindiana.org for details.
High School Musical
Disney’s “High School Musical” goes from the TV screen to the Beef & Board Dinner Theatre stage in its annual family show through July 18. Tickets range from $35 to $58, with special family show discounts of $10 for ages 3-15. Price includes a family-friendly buffet, with a fruit and salad bar, unlimited coffee, tea and lemonade. For reservations and show times, call the box office at 317.872.9664 or visit www.beefandboards. com.
The Hamilton County Artists’ Association is presenting “Reflection of Summer” at the Hamilton County Art Center & Birdie Gallery, 195 S. Fifth St., Noblesville, now through August 27. The public is invited to join us for light refreshments and view the latest art relating to summer. Parking is free and the gallery is wheel chair accessible. The Birdie Gallery is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 778-2278 or visit www.hcaa-in.org for details.
COMEDY Comedy at Morty’s
The following headlining acts will be coming to Morty’s Comedy Joint beginning this week: July 1 – The Roast of Chris Bowers July 2 and 3 – Nick Anthony July 8-11 – Darryl Lennox and Cleveland Visit www.mortyscomedy.com for showtimes and details
PERFORMANCE Early Morning Festival
The 2010 Indianapolis Early Music Festival is under way and will continue for a few more weeks. Remaining performance dates are July 9, 11, 23 and 25. All shows are at 7:30 p.m. Single tickets are $22, $12 for students. Visit www.emindy.orgy for more information.
Mickey’s Irish Pub
The following musical acts will be playing live at Mickey¹s Irish Pub, 13644 N. Meridian St., Carmel. For more information, call 573-9746: July 2 – Whiskey Biscuit. July 3 – Biscuit Miller. July 9 – Aberdeen Project. July 10 – Peace Train & the Flower Power Trio.
Mo’s Irish Pub
The following musical acts will be playing live at Mo’s Irish Pub, 13193 Levinson Lane in the Hamilton Town Center, Noblesville. For more information, call (317) 770-9020. July 1 (and July 8, 15, 22 and 29) – Through Being Cool. July 2 – Lemon Wheel. July 3 – The Bishops. July 9 – Loo Abby. July 10 – American Cheese.
Symphony on the Prairie
The following musical acts will be playing with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. at Conner Prarie, 13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers. Advance tickets are $21 for adults and $10 for age 2-12 at the Hilbert Circle Theatre at (317) 639-4300, online at IndianapolisSymphony.org , and at all Marsh Supermarket and O’Malia’s locations. Adult tickets are $26 at the gate. July 2-4: Star Spangled Symphony with fireworks. July 9-10: John Denver interpreter Jim Curry.
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NOW SILVER W/BLACK W/JUST 34K LEATHER MILES ! L6095 ........NOW . 30,115 28,010 SILVER W/GRAY AND LOADED W/OPTIONS!! 1....01298A.. NOW 30,995 ‘08 AWD LEXUS GX470 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27K MILES! 27,988 portantly assumes a relationship with that Creator. sage. In many ways we were a people without $$ ‘08 LEXUS ES350 WHITE W/IVORY LEAT W/IVORY LEATHER ANDNEWONLY 101131A...........NOW $$ SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE INSIDE26K ANDMILES! OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 37,160 38,100 ‘08 BLUE LEXUS GX470 ‘07 LEXUS LS460 ‘08 WHITE LEXUS SC340 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER ANDONLY LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A .....PASS NOW 30,115 31,910 PREPARED THE MOST DEMANDING ‘08 LEXUS ES350 WHITE W/IVORY LEAT W/IVORY LEATHER AND 38K MILES! L6119TO ................. NOW $$ $$31,910 $ ‘07 LEXUS RX350 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A ..... NOW tradition. New directions and snap judgments ‘07 LEXUS LS460 PREPARED TO PASS THE MOST DEMANDING ‘08 LEXUS SC340 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 Yes, one could argue that a blessing can be SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND AND ONLYOUT! 24K101174A MILES!...................NOW 101095A....NOW 38,100 47,995 W/IVORY GX470 LEATHER AND ONLY 38K MILES! L6119 .................NOW 30,115 ‘08 LEXUS RX LEXUS CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED ‘07 BLUE LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS $ $ AWD SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOW . 28,010 $ AND $ $$ SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 ‘08 LEXUS RX LEXUS CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED ‘07 SILVER LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS GX470 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091............... NOW 30,995 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 ‘08 LEXUS LS460 W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED 101298A ..... NOW 31,910 AWDW/OPTIONS! SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOWL. 28,010 WHITE W/IVORY LE $$ OF fueled the ferocious growth of the nation. The INSPECTION ALL: YOUR OWN. $ as secularly simple as doing something nice for BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND NEW!W/OPTIONS! 42K MILES!101298A P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 ‘08 LEXUS LS460 L W/GRAYRX350 LEATHER ANDLIKE LOADED .....NOW 31,910 ‘08 LEXUS ES350 SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 27K MILES! P6126............... NOW 57,970 PREPARED TO PASS THE MOST DEMANDING ‘09 SILVER LEXUS IS250 ‘07 LEXUS WHITE W/IVORY LE INSPECTION ALL: YOUR OWN. $ $ OF $ ‘09 LEXUS IS250 $ ONLY AT YOUR LEXUS DEALER ‘08 LEXUS ES350 SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 27K MILES! P6126............... NOW 57,970 PREPARED TO PASS THE MOST DEMANDING ‘09 LEXUS LEXUS IS250 AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY AND42K JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,140 32,988 ‘07 RX350 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LEATHER LIKE BLUE NEW! MILES! P6091...........NOW ‘07 LEXUS LS ‘08 LEXUS LS460 L $30,115 population physically grew away from the Protsomeone else, but that’s a good deed. One can W/IVORY LEATHER AND 38KLEXUS MILES! L6119 ................. NOW $$ ONLY $ OWN. ONLY AT YOUR DEALER $ ‘07 LEXUS LS INSPECTION OF ALL: YOUR AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 Drivers tend to demand a lot from a Certified Pre-Owned Lexus. Coincidentally, ‘08 LEXUS LS460 L AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 NOW 30,988 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 30,115 27K MILES!YOUR P6126............... NOW 57,970 ‘09 LEXUS IS250 BLUE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 38K MILES!Pre-Owned L6119 ................. NOW $ INSPECTION OF ALL: OWN. SILVER W/BLACK LEATHE $ tend toJUST demand a.....NOW lot from a Certified SILVER W/BLACKLexus. LEATHER ANDCoincidentally, 27K MILES! P6126............... NOW 57,970 estant religious establishments of the East. The ‘09 AWD, LEXUS IS250 also argue that all the nouns except “defence” are ‘08 LEXUS GX470 SMOKEYDrivers GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND 13Kvehicle MILES! LDR488 .. 32,988 Drivers tend to demand a lot from aJUST Certified Pre-Owned Coincidentally, so do we. Each is meticulously scrutinized and reconditioned so weLexus. SILVER W/BLACK LEATHE $ WOOD TOM SELECT ‘08 LEXUS IS250 $ scrutinized ‘08 LEXUS GX470 AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13Kvehicle MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988scrutinized Drivers tend to demand a from a Certified Pre-Owned Lexus. Coincidentally, so do we. Each vehicle..... islotmeticulously and reconditioned so we LEXUS SC so do we. Each is meticulously and reconditioned so we TOM WOOD SELECT ‘08 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A NOW 31,910 $ scrutinized $ independent pioneers went west, and indepencapitalized in the Preamble, but that’s grammar. can confidently backLEATHER them with a three-year/100,000 total mile so do we. Each vehicle is meticulously and 33,550 reconditioned somile we LEXUS SC AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/ JUST 11K MILES! P6110......... NOW can confidently back ..... them with avehicle three-year/100,000 total vehicle ‘08 SILVER W/GRAY AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A NOW 31,910 ‘08 DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 TOM WOOD SELECT can confidently back them a three-year/100,000 total vehicle mile $with $ can ‘08 confidently back them with three-year/100,000 mile SMOKEY GRANITE W/ warranty.* So if you’re considering Certified Vehicle, we invite ‘07 W/GRAYwarranty.* ANDMAGNUM SHARP! JUST 43KLEXUS MILES!if............................................. NOW $16,995 ANNIVERSARY EDITION W/JUST 19KaaMILES! L6003C........................... NOWvehicle 25,485 ‘08 RED DODGE MAZDA RX-8 So you’reRX350 considering a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, we Pre-Owned invite total dent Bible preachers followed. TOM WOOD SELECT $ I would argue that Blessings are God-inspired ‘09 LEXUS ES359 $Certified warranty.* So if you’re considering Vehicle, we ‘07 RX350 RED W/GRAY AND SHARP! JUST 43KLEXUS MILES! NOW 16,995 ANNIVERSARY EDITION W/JUST 19KaMILES! NOW you to bring your exacting standards to L6003C........................... your Pre-Owned Lexus dealer today.25,485 To invite learn SMOKEY GRANITE W/ warranty.* So if............................................. you’re considering a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, we invite ‘08 DODGE FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S ‘08 MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKEONLY NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 $ $ ‘08 you to bring your exacting standards to your Lexus dealer today. To learn $$16,988 $$25,995 you tovisit bring your exacting standards toMILES! your Lexus dealer today. To learn LEXUS ‘06 LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUSLS IS more, LexusCPO.com. WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND 14K MILES! LDR483................. NOW 33,988 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 39K .............................. NOW ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S The Holy Spirit knew the opportunity was things, and that words like “Blessings” and “orW/GRAYyou ANDMAGNUM SHARP! 43K BREAKWATER ............................................. NOW ANNIVERSARY EDITION W/JUSTtoday. 19K MILES! L6003C........................... ‘08 RED DODGE ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW!to 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW ‘08 LEXUS LS $16,995 $25,485 toJUSTbring your exacting standards your Lexus dealer To.............................. learn NOW $32,140 more, visit LexusCPO.com. ‘06 LEXUS ES330 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS IS CHARCOAL AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN!IS250 ................. NOW $AND 16,988 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUSTMILES! 39K MILES! NOW $25,485 25,995 W/BLACK LE RED W/GRAYW/GRAY AND SHARP! JUST 43KLexusCPO.com. ............................................. NOW 16,995 EDITION W/JUST 19K L6003C........................... NOW more, visit ‘09 LEXUS ‘07 ‘08 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 ANNIVERSARY HONDA CRV EX WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW AWD BLACK W/B ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S$ $22,935 $ $ LEXUS RX350 $ $ SILVER W/BLACK LE ripe to shine the light on Jesus Christ from sea more, visit LexusCPO.com. ‘09 LEXUS IS250 dained” clue us into the intent of the ConstituBLACK W/TAN LEATHER ................................................... NOW $AND 17,988 GOLD W/TAN ANDTL JUSTTYPE 17KAND MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW $25,995 27,595 ‘07 CHARCOAL HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08MILES! HONDA CRV EX WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 AWD BLACK W/B W/GRAY AND AND ONLYLIKE 29K NEW! MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW 16,988 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER JUST 39K32,988 MILES! .............................. NOW ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA S AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K LDR488 .....NOW .. $ $ $ $ MILES!NOW LEATHER AND LIKE NEW! BLACK W/TAN ................................................... NOW 17,988 GOLD W/TAN AND JUST 17K MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW 27,595 ‘04 LEXUS RX330 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW 16,988 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 39K .............................. NOW 25,995 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 36K MILES! P6108................. 34,995 ‘09 LEXUS E ‘07 HONDA VW GTIACCORDAWD, ‘05MILES! DODGE RAM 2500 SLT SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988 ‘07 EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRV EX $ $ to shining sea. The old rules were left behind, $ tion’s framers – that for this grand venture ‘06 of $ $ ‘04 RX330 ONLY AT YOUR LEXUS DEALER LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 ‘09 LEXUS E BLACK W/PLAID AND ONLY ..................................................... NOW $17,988 19,998 LARAMIE CREW 23K CUMMINS! 101020A................... NOW $27,595 30,135 ‘07 BLACK VWW/TAN GTI ‘05 DODGE RAM 2500 SLT LEATHER AND24K LIKEMILES! NEW! ................................................... NOW W/TAN ANDCAB JUST 17KMILES! MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L HONDA CRV EX BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER AND FACTORY‘08 NAV! GOLD P6077A..............NOW 24,640 $ $$LEXUS ‘06 LEXUS GX470 ONLY AT YOUR DEALER ‘06 LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 BLACK W/PLAID AND ONLY 24K ..................................................... NOW $17,988 19,998 LARAMIE CREW CAB 23K CUMMINS! 101020A................... NOW $27,595 30,135WHITE W/IVORY L W/TAN AND LIKEMILES! NEW! ................................................... NOW GOLD W/TAN ANDRAM JUST 17KMILES! MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER ANDW/JUST FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 ‘06 BLACK CHRYSLER 300C ‘07 INFINITI M45 SPORT W/IVORY LEATHER ANDwas CHROMES! ‘07 VW GTILEATHER ‘05 DODGE 2500 SLT AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW and Bible revival on. P6088...........................NOW $22,935 American democracy to succeed, God needed to WHITE $33,550 $ $$20,995 $$34,770WHITE W/IVORY L SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND300C ONLY 43KAWD MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........NOW NOW BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND LOADED! P6115 ................................ NOW ‘06 BLACK CHRYSLER ‘07 INFINITI M45 SPORT WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 24K MILES! 101182A................. NOW 33,995 LEXUS ES350 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 W/PLAID AND‘07 ONLY 24K MILES! ..................................................... 19,998 LARAMIE CREW CAB 23K MILES! CUMMINS! 101020A................... NOW 30,135 ‘07 VW GTI ‘05 DODGE RAM 2500 SLT BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550 $ $ ‘08 LEXUS R $P6115 SILVER W/GRAYA4 LEATHER AND 24K ONLYMILES! 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........NOW NOW $AT 20,995 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND LOADED! ................................NOW NOW $30,135 34,770 ‘07 ES350 ‘04of LEXUS RX330 BLACK W/PLAID AND‘09 ONLY ..................................................... 19,998 LARAMIE CREW CAB 23K MILES! CUMMINS! 101020A................... LEXUS ES350 be not only on our side, but in the very hearts ‘07 ‘08 AUDI 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550I ONLY DEALER ‘06 CHRYSLER 300C ‘07 INFINITI M45 SPORT BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35KLEXUS MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 $ YOUR $ ‘08 LEXUS R $ LEXUS RX350 ‘04 BAMBOO LEXUS RX330 $$33K ‘09 LEXUS ES350 ONLY AT YOUR LEXUS DEALER CHARCOAL LEATHER ONLY 31K ............................. NOW $ 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY MILES! .........................NOW NOW $$34,770 35,995BLACK W/BLACK ‘07 SILVER AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550I W/GRAYW/GRAY LEATHER AND300C ONLYAND 43K MILES! HEMI,MILES! HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ANDSPORT LOADED! P6115 ................................ ‘06 CHRYSLER ‘07 INFINITI M45 BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 W/IVORY LEATHER AND FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW $24,640 $ $ $ Bob Walters (www.believerbob. WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 14K MILES! LDR483.............NOW 34,788 $ $33K BLACK W/BLACK CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. NOW 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY MILES! ......................... NOW 34,770 35,995 the republic’s newly empowered and free citizens. BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER AND FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND LOADED! P6115 ................................ NOW WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 26K MILES! 101131A................ NOW 35,995 ‘08 DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA R ‘07 LEXUS IS250 LEXUS CERTIFIED ‘07 AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550I WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 14K MILES! LDR483.............NOW 34,788 $ $ $ ‘06 ANNIVERSARY LEXUS G $ DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA R ‘07 LEXUS IS250 ‘07 LEXUS ES350 blogspot.com, email rlwcom@ LEXUS CERTIFIED LEATHER AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. NOWJUST CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND96th ONLY 33K MILES! ......................... NOW $35,995 ‘07 CHARCOAL AUDI W/GRAY A4 ‘08 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07MILES! BMW 550I RED W/GRAY AND SHARP! 43KAND MILES! ............................................. NOW 16,995 EDITIO ‘08 LEXUS RX350 $$ $24,995 4610 E. St. | Indianapolis ‘06 LEXUS G AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ONLY 27K 10672A......NOW 27,988 Given that Thomas Jefferson, James Madison $ ‘08 LEXUS SC340 ‘07 BLACK LEXUS ES350 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. NOW 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 33K MILES! ......................... NOW 35,995 ‘06 LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 $16,995 W/GRAY AND SHARP!LEATHER JUST 43KAND MILES! ............................................. NOW ANNIVERSARY EDITIO ‘08 RED LEXUS RX350 4610 E. 96th St. | Indianapolis AWD BLACK W/BLACK ONLY 27K MILES! 10672A......NOW 27,988 W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! WHITE W/IVORY LE aol.com) can’t P6105 think...................NOW of a worse $27,435 $ $ $ BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 36K ONLY MILES! P6108.............NOW ‘06 WHITE LEXUS ES330 ‘08 AWD LEXUS IS250 $35,160 W/IVORY LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 BLACKMILES! W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11K NOW MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550WHITE W/IVORYTL SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND 24K 101095A... 47,688 ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 LE and Benjamin Franklin were all more deist than BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST $ AND ONLY $ ‘07 ACURA 4610 E. 96th St. | Indianapolis $ BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER 36K MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550 $ 774-7738 ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA (888) ‘07 LEXUS IS250 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 hindrance to freedom – and ‘04 LEXUS RX330 ‘09 LEXUS ES350 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS R CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY INTHE SUN! ................. NOW W/BLACK TL LEA 4610 E.AND96th St.LDR483.............NOW | Indianapolis $ 29K MILES! ‘06 LEXUS GX470 AWD W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUSTFUN 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOW .$$16,988 28,010 $ LEXUS LS460 L SILVER $ (888) 774-7738 ‘07 AWD LEXUS IS250 ‘04 ‘08 LEXUS RX330 BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER ANDCHARCOAL FACTORY NAV! W/GRAY P6077A..............NOW 24,640 ‘09 LEXUS ES350 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS RL conservative Christian, and that secular humanWHITE W/IVORY LEATHER ONLY 14K MILES! 34,788 AND ONLY MILES! INTHE SUN! ................. NOW W/BLACK LEA $ 29KCERTIFIED loveMILES! – than state religion. $27,988 ‘06 LEXUS GX470 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER brotherly AND ONLY 27K 10672A......NOW LEXUS PRE-OWNED AWD W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUSTFUN 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOW .$16,988 28,010 $ $ WHITE W/IVORY W/IVORY LEATHER ANDHONDA FACTORYSILVER NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 14K MILES! LDR483.............NOW 34,788 www.tomwoodlexus.com SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 27K MILES! P6126.................... NOW 56,995 ‘07 BAMBOO LEXUS ES350 ‘07 ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA C (888) 774-7738 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27K MILES! 10672A......NOW 27,988 LEXUS CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED ‘08 LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS ES350 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND NOW 35,430 $ $ JUST 42K MILES! 101182A..................... WHITE W/IVORY L $ $ ism was the philosophical fashion of the age More next week. ‘07 LEXUS ES350 www.tomwoodlexus.com ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA C (888) 774-7738 BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 $17,988 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 ‘08 BLACK LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS ES350 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND$LIKE JUST 42K MILES! 101182A..................... NOW 35,430 W/BLACK LEATHER ANDTHE ONLY 36KMOST MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160LEXUS BLACK W/TAN LEATHER AND NEW! ................................................... W/TAN AND L JU PREPARED TO PASS DEMANDING $ $ ‘07 GOLD LEXUS GS350 BLUE W/IVORY LEATHER ONLY MILES! L6119 ................. NOW 30,115 $ BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 $17,988 ‘07 AWD LEXUS IS250 ‘07 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ANDTHE ONLY 36KMOST MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160 ‘08 LEXUS RX350 www.tomwoodlexus.com BLACK W/TAN LEATHER ANDAND LIKE NEW!38K ................................................... NOW GOLD W/TAN AND L JU PREPARED TO PASS DEMANDING ‘07 LEXUS ‘06L6119 LEXUS GX470 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES! L6095 ........NOW. $28,010 $ ONLY 38K MILES! BLUE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ................. NOW 30,115 $ $ALL:NOW ‘07 AWD LEXUS IS250 ‘08 LEXUS RX350 SILVER W/BLACK LEAT BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27K GTI MILES! 10672A......NOW 27,988 www.tomwoodlexus.com AWD RED W/IVORY LEATHER AND 40KINSPECTION MILES! L6139.............. ‘07 VW RA OF YOUR 35,605 OWN. $ ‘05 DODGE ‘06 LEXUS GX470 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES! L6095 ........NOW. 28,010 ‘06 AWD LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 ‘08 LEXUS GX470 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 42K$ 101182A..................... NOW $35,430 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER$AND ONLYJUST 26K MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160 $MILES! SILVER W/BLACK LEAT BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27K MILES! 10672A......NOW 27,988 ‘07 VW GTI ‘05 LARAMIE DODGE RA INSPECTION OF ALL: YOUR OWN. $ ‘07 AWD LEXUS IS250 $ $ ‘06 LEXUS LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 ‘08 ES350 ‘08 LEXUS GX470 BLACK W/PLAID AND ONLYLEATHER 24K MILES! ..................................................... 19,998 CREW CAB WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST MILES! 101182A..................... NOW 35,430 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER ONLY 26K MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160 $ $AND Drivers tend to demand a lotNOW from a 42K Certified Pre-Owned Lexus. Coincidentally, WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW$$22,935 LEXUS GS450H ‘08 LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS S AWD BLACK W/BLACK W/JUST 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A ..... NOW 31,910 ‘07 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 $ $ AWD SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ONLY NOW .24K 28,010 ‘08 BLUE LEXUS ES350 BLACK W/PLAID AND MILES! ..................................................... NOW 19,998 LARAMIE CREW CAB $ $ ‘07 LEXUS LS460 Drivers tend to demand a lot from a Certified Pre-Owned Lexus. Coincidentally, WHITEW/IVORY W/IVORYLEATHER LEATHER CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 ‘08 LEXUS RX350 ANDAND ONLY 38K MILES! L6119 .................NOW $30,115 ‘08 LEXUS SW so do we. Each vehicle is meticulously scrutinized and reconditioned so we $ AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A ..... NOW 31,910 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 26K MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ! L6095 ........NOW . 28,010HYBRID! 24K MILES!101180A $ ‘07 INFINITI SMOKEY GRANITE W/BLACK LEATHER! NOW 37,988 ‘08 AWD LEXUS ES350 ‘06 CHRYSLER 300C $26K ‘07 LEXUS LS460 SMOKEY GRANITEM W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 38K MILES! L6119 .................NOW 30,115 ‘04 BLUE LEXUS RX330 doconfidently we. WHITE EachW/IVORY vehicle is meticulously scrutinized and reconditioned somile we ‘07 LEXUS RX350 LEATHER AND MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160 $ NEW INSIDE ANDso can back them withONLY a three-year/100,000 total vehicle ‘09 LEXUS ES350 $ SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 ‘07 LEXUS LS460 ‘08 LEXUS ES350 ‘06 CHRYSLER 300C ‘07 INFINITI M $ BLUE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLYSILVER 38K MILES! L6119 LEATHER ................. NOW 30,115 SMOKEY GRANITE W $ $ ‘04 LEXUS LEXUS RX330 ‘08 GX470 ‘07 LEXUS RX350 $ W/GRAY AND ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 BLACK W/BLACK LEA $ can confidently back them with a three-year/100,000 total vehicle mile ‘09 LEXUS ES350 $ warranty.* So if you’re considering a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, we invite SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER ANDAND LIKE30,115 NEW INSIDE AND OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 ‘07 LEXUS LS460 LEXUS BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER AND FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW$$24,640 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE$ AND OUT! 101174A...................NOW $38,100 BLUE W/IVORY LEATHERGX470 AND ONLYSILVER 38K MILES! L6119 LEATHER ................. NOW BREAKWATER W/GRAY LIKE NEW!14K 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘08 LEXUS L WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND MILES! LDR483.............NOW 34,788 ‘08 ‘06 LEXUS GX470 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS GX470 W/GRAY AND ONLY 43KONLY MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 warranty.* So ifW/BLACK you’re considering a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, we you to bring your exacting standards to your Lexus dealer today. To invite learn BLACK W/BLACK LEA $ LIKE NEW! 42K BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 SILVER LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE AND OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 $ W/GRAY LEATHER AND AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A .....NOW $31,910 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘08 LEXUS L WHITE W/IVORY AND ONLY 14K MILES! LDR483.............NOW 34,788 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS GX470 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298ALEATHER ..... NOW 31,910 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED! 39K MILES! 101317A................. NOW 38,605 ‘07 AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550 you to bring your exacting standards to your Lexus dealer today. To learn more, visit LexusCPO.com. $ $ ‘08 LEXUS SC340 $ ‘07 SILVER LEXUS W/GRAYES350 LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A .....NOW 31,910 SILVER W/BLACK ‘09 IS250 $ ONLY ‘08 LEXUS W/GRAYRX350 LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A ..... NOWLEATHER 31,910 ‘08 LEXUS RX350 SMOKEY GRANITESC340 W/GRAY LEATHER AND 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW $47,995 ‘07 AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 CHARCOAL BMW 550L SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY AND ONLYmore, 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 ‘07 SILVER LEXUS $ visit LexusCPO.com. $$ LEXUS ES350 SILVER W/BLACK ‘07 LEXUS CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER NOW 24,995 W/GRAY ‘09 LEXUS IS250 $ AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. ‘08 LEXUS RX350 SMOKEY GRANITELS460 W/GRAY LEATHER ONLY 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 BLACK W/IVORYRX350 LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW $$27,435 SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 24K 101095A....NOW 47,995 ‘07 ‘07 LEXUS RX350 AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13KMILES! MILES! LDR488 .....NOW ..$$ 32,988 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKECHARCOAL NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 LEXUS LS460 ‘08 LEXUS L AND $ ‘07 LEXUS RX350 W/GRAY LEATHER ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. NOW 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY L BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 36K MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160 $ AND $ $ BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K42K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW $32,140 27,435 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! MILES! P6091...........NOW AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘08W/GRAY LEXUS LS460 LONLY ‘08 LEXUS LS460 $ NOW 57,970 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER ANDLJUST 27K35,160 MILES! P6126............... ‘09 LEXUS IS250 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 36K MILES! P6108.............NOW $ SILVER LEATHER AND 34K MILES! L6131.................... NOW 43,980 $ AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘07 BREAKWATER LEXUS W/GRAY IS250 $27K MILES! ‘08 LEXUS LS460 LJUST SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST P6126...............NOW 57,970 ‘09 AWD, LEXUS IS250 SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. AND 32,988 ‘06 LEXUS GX470 $ ONLY AT YOUR LEXUS DEALER SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER 27K MILES! P6126............... NOW $ ‘07 LEXUS LEXUS IS250 ‘09 IS250 $57,970 AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE‘06 W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. AND 32,988 LEXUS GX470 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27K MILES! 10672A......NOW $$27,988 ONLY AT YOUR$ LEXUS DEALER SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER JUST 27K MILES! P6126............... NOW 57,970 ‘09 AWD, LEXUS IS250 AWDSMOKEY BLACK GRANITE W/BLACK LEATHER ANDAND ONLY 10672A......NOW 27,988 W/GRAY LEATHER JUST27K 13KMILES! MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. $32,988 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 42K MILES! 101182A.....................NOW $35,430 TOM WOOD SELECT SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988 ‘07 AWD, LEXUS IS250 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 42K MILES! 101182A..................... $ TOM WOOD SELECTNOW 35,430 ‘07 AWD LEXUS IS250 ‘08 LEXUS RX350 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES! L6095 ........NOW. $28,010 ‘08 DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 $ ‘08 LEXUS RX350 $ $ ‘08 MAZDA R ‘08 DODGE MAGNUM AWD SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES! L6095 ........NOW. 28,010 DODGE MAGNUM WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLYCERTIFIED 26K MILES! 101131A...........NOW RED W/GRAY ANDMAGNUM SHARP! JUST 43KDODGE MILES! ............................................. NOW $16,995 EDITION W/JUST 19K MILES! L6003C........................... NOW $25,485 ‘08 ‘08 DODGE ‘08 ANNIVERSARY MAZDA RX-8 $37,160 $ ‘08 MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA R LEXUS ‘08 LEXUS ES350 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND 26KMILES! MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160 W/GRAY AND SHARP! 43KONLY MILES! ............................................. NOW W/GRAY AND SHARP! JUST 43KRED MILES! ............................................. NOWJUST 16,995 EDITION 19K MILES! L6003C........................... $ NOW 25,485ANNIVERSARY EDIT ‘08 RED FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ANNIVERSARY ACURA TL W/JUST TYPE S$16,995 $ RED W/ GRAY AND SHARP! JUST 43K ....................................... NOW 15,995 LEXUS CERTIFIED ‘08 BLUE LEXUS ES350 $ $ RED W/GRAY AND SHARP! JUST 43K MILES! ............................................. NOW 16,995 ‘07 LEXUS LS460 W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 38K MILES! L6119 .................NOW $30,115 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW $16,988 SILVER W/BLACK TL LEATHER AND JUSTS 39K MILES! .............................. NOW $25,995ANNIVERSARY EDIT ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TYPE ‘06 CHARCOAL LEXUS ES330 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS IS250 $MILES! .............................. NOW $25,995 ‘07 LEXUS LS460 ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA T BLUE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 38K MILES! L6119 .................NOW 30,115 W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUNEX-L INTHE SUN! ................. NOW $16,988 W/BLACK LEATHER AND 39K HONDA ACCORD ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRVLEATHER EXJUSTW/JUST $ ‘06 ‘08 LEXUS ‘08 LEXUS IS250 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE AND OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 WHITE W/IVORYES330 LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW ‘08 MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 $16,988 AWD BLACK W/BLACK 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW $$33,550 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 SILVER ACURA $$22,935 ‘08 DODGE LEXUS GX470 $ NOW 27,595 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUNOUT! INTHE SUN! ................. NOW W/BLACK T L $ $$ W/TAN LEATHER AND W/ LIKE ................................................... NOW 17,988 GOLD W/TAN AND JUST 17K MILES! ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRV EX P6033B....................................... SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE AND 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND NEW! CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW ‘08 MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11KNOW MILES! P6110.........NOW BLACK TAN LEATHER AND LIKE NEW!........ ...................................... 17,688 $ 22,935 $ 33,550 $ ‘04 BLACK LEXUS RX330 ‘08 DODGE LEXUS GX470 ‘09 LEXUS ES350 RED W/GRAY AND SHARP! JUST 43K MILES! ............................................. NOW 16,995 ANNIVERSARY EDITION W/JUST 19K L6003C........................... NOW 25,485 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW 16,988 $ $ BLACK W/TAN LEATHER AND LIKE NEW! ................................................... NOW $17,988 GOLD W/TAN ANDRAM JUST 17K MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW $27,595SILVER W/BLACK L ‘08 LEXUS SC340 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A ..... NOW 31,910 ‘07 VW GTI ‘05 DODGE 2500 SLT $ ‘04 LEXUS RX330 BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER ANDANNIVERSARY FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW ‘09 WHITE LEXUS IS-5660388 RED W/GRAY ANDLEATHER SHARP! JUST 43K MILES!W/OPTIONS! ............................................. NOW 16,995 EDITION W/JUST 19K MILES! L6003C........................... NOW 25,485 W/IVORYES350 LEATHER AND ONLY$ 14K MILES! LDR483.............NOW $$34,788 $$24,640 ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA SILVER W/GRAY AND LOADED 101298A ..... NOW 31,910 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 BLACK W/PLAID AND ONLY 24K MILES! ..................................................... NOW $19,998 LARAMIE CREW CAB 23K MILES! 101020A................... NOW 30,135 ‘07 VW GTI DODGE RAM 2500 SLT VW GTI BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER ANDACURA FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 IS-5660388 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND CUMMINS! ONLY$ MILES! LDR483.............NOW $ 34,788 ‘08 ‘07 TL TYPE S ‘07 ‘08 LEXUS ES350 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA C C SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY AND ONLY ‘05 24K 101095A....NOW 47,995 $14K ‘08MILES! LEXUS RX350 ‘07 FORD LEXUSMUSTANG RX350 CONVERTIBLE W/PLAID AND ONLY300C 24K MILES! ..................................................... NOW LARAMIE CREW CAB 23KNOW MILES! CUMMINS! 101020A................... $19,998 $ NOW $30,135GOLD W/TAN AND $$ $$ BLACK W/TAN LEATHER ANDLEATHER LIKE NEW! ................................................... 17,988 ‘06 CHRYSLER ‘07 INFINITI M45 SPORT ‘08 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S ‘07 BLACK LEXUS ES350 BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 BLACK W/ PLAID AND ONLY 24KMILES!......... ....................................... NOW 18,688 $ $ ‘08 LEXUS RX350 ‘07 FORD LEXUS RX350 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 36K MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW 16,988 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 39K MILES! .............................. NOW 25,995 $ $ $ BLACK W/TAN LEATHER AND$20,995 LIKE NEW! ................................................... NOW 17,988 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND300C ONLY 43KJUST MILES! HEMI, HEMI,P6105 HEMI!...................NOW P6094 ........ NOW BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ANDSPORT LOADED! P6115 ................................ NOW $$34,770GOLD W/TAN AND ‘06 CHRYSLER ‘07 INFINITI M45 BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND 35K MILES! 27,435 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 $ ‘08 LEXUS LS460 L ‘07 SILVER LEXUS IS250 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ONLY25,995 36K MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY FUN ................. NOW 16,988 SILVER LEATHER JUST 39K MILES!‘06 .............................. NOW ‘07 VW GTI ‘05 DODGE R W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI,W/BLACK HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOWAND BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ANDAND LOADED! LEXUS GX470 $20,995 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND 29K LIKEMILES! NEW! 42KINTHE MILES!SUN! P6091...........NOW 32,140 CHRYSLER 300C $$P6115 ................................ NOW $$34,770 ‘07 AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550I ‘08 LEXUS LS460 LJUST 27K MILES! ‘07 ‘06 LEXUS IS250 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27KGTI MILES! 10672A......NOW 27,988 ‘07 ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRV $EX ‘07 VW ‘05 LARAMIE DODGE R ‘06 P6126............... LEXUS GX470 $24,995 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND NOW 57,970 ‘09 HONDA LEXUS IS250 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. NOW 24K CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER 33K MILES! ......................... $ NOW ‘07 AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550I WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER ANDAND JUSTONLY 42K 101182A..................... NOW 35,995 35,430 $ $$MILES! BLACK W/PLAID AND ONLY MILES! ..................................................... NOW 19,998 CREW CA AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27K MILES! 10672A......NOW 27,988 ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRV $EX $$ SILVER LEATHER AND ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! NOW 20,695 ‘07 CHARCOAL LEXUS IS250 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 27K MILES! P6126............... NOW 57,970 W/TAN LEATHER AND LIKE NEW! ................................................... NOW $$17,988 GOLD W/TAN AND JUST 17K MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW 27,595 ‘09 BLACK LEXUS IS250 $ W/GRAY LEATHERW/GRAY AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. NOW 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 33K MILES! ......................... NOW 35,995 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 42K MILES! 101182A..................... NOW 35,430 BLACK W/PLAID AND ONLY 24K NOW 19,998 LARAMIE CREW CA $ MILES! ..................................................... ‘08 LEXUS RX350 AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 AWD SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOW . 28,010 $ BLACK W/TANGRANITE LEATHER AND LIKE NEW! ................................................... NOW 17,988 W/TAN AND JUST 17K MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW 27,595 $ ‘07 INFINITI $ ‘06 CHRYSLER 300C ‘08 WHITE LEXUS RX350 AUDI A4LEATHER 2.0TGOLD QUATTRO W/IVORY LEATHER AND96th ONLY$26K MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160 AWD, SMOKEY AWD SILVER W/BLACK W/JUST 34K MILES! L6095 ........NOW . 2500 28,010SLT 4610 E. St. || Indianapolis $ ‘07 INFINITI ‘08 ‘07 LEXUS ES350 ‘07 VW GTI W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW ..$ 32,988 ‘05 DODGE RAM ‘06 CHRYSLER WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND96th ONLY MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160BLACK W/BLACK L $ $ $$26K SILVER W/GRAY AND300C ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 4610 E. St. Indianapolis ‘07 LEXUS LS460 ‘08 BLUE LEXUS ES350 ‘07 BLACK VWW/PLAID GTIAND ONLY 24K MILES! ..................................................... NOW $19,998 ‘05 DODGE RAM 2500 SLT W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 38K MILES! L6119LEATHER ................. NOW 30,115 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 32K MILES! .......... NOW 24,495 LARAMIE CREW CAB 23K MILES! CUMMINS! 101020A................... NOW 30,135 $ $ SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 $ BLACK W/BLACK L so do we. Each vehicle is meticulously scrutinized and reconditioned so we
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NOW 31,910 $ SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 24K NOW MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 CHRYSLER ‘07 BLACK INFINITI M45 SPORT ANNIVERSARY EDITION W/ JUST 19K MILES!L6003C ........................... 24,995 ‘07 LEXUS RX350 $ SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND300C ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW $20,995 W/BLACK LEATHER AND LOADED! P6115 ................................ NOW 34,770 $ $ AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY www.tomwoodlexus.com SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAYNOW LEATHER AND ONLY 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 ‘07 LEXUS RX350 BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘08 LEXUS LS460 L SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 BLACK LEATHER AND NOW 34,770 $ $ LOADED! P6115 ................................ www.tomwoodlexus.com DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 ACURA TL TYPE SW/BLACK BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND LIKE NEW! 42K MILES!550I P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS W/BLACKLS460 LEATHER ANDLJUST $ 27K MILES! P6126...............NOW $57,970 ‘09 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 $ AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW DODGE ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 $ 19K MILES! L6003C........................... $ NOW 57,970 RED W/GRAY ANDMAGNUM SHARP! JUST 43KONLY MILES! ............................................. NOW $$16,995 ANNIVERSARY EDITION W/JUST NOW SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST$$ 27K25,485 MILES! P6126............... ‘09 AWD, LEXUS IS250 AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550I SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAYW/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW ..AND 32,988 SILVER LEATHER JUST 39K MILES! .............................. NOW 25,995 $ CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND 31K MILES! ............................. NOW 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 33K MILES! ......................... 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See you in the funny papers room floor, with the funny pages laid out before me. My first favorite strip was Alley Oop. Something about the adventures of a time-traveling caveman just got me where I lived. He carried a club, rode around on a dinosaur, had a smokin’ hot wife who ran around in a fur bathing suit, and visited the 20th century, where he would don business suits but leave out the shoes. My kinda guy. It didn’t hurt that he was easy to draw. I could impress all my friends with my clever portraits of Alley Oop, which were made more or less by drawing a square and giving it hair and a nose. For a while, I was a huge fan of all the comic strips printed in the Indianapolis Times, based mostly on a passion for “Freckles and his Friends.” More than once I came to the dinner table and declared the Times to be the comics leader among Indianapolis’ three daily papers. And more than once I was sent to the kitchen with dinner by my father, an employee of the Indianapolis News. I acquired a lot of “must-read” strips – “Gasoline Alley,” “Dondi,” “Gordo,” “Moon Mull-
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ins,” “Rick O’Shay,” “The Phantom,” “Buz Sawyer,” “Steve Roper,” “Prince Valiant,” “The Little King,” “Henry,” “Miss Peach,” “L’il Abner,” “Peanuts,” “Blondie,” “Major Hoople,” “Andy Capp,” “Fred Bassett,” “Dennis the Menace,” ... it took three newspapers a day just to satisfy my habit. I was a 9-year-old with a cartoon monkey on his back. And then I discovered “Pogo.” The strip starring Walt Kelly’s philosophical possum and his goofball friends instantly shot to number one on my all time favorites list, where it remains to this day, followed closely by strips that came later: “Calvin and Hobbes,” “Bloom County” and “The Boondocks.” So many of them are gone now, and I can live with that. What else can you do? Times change, tastes change, technology changes. It’s the natural order of things. But even so, the passing of Annie from newspapers to the digital world strikes me as a loss, a little piece of us to which we must say “So long.” And we can’t even add, “See you in the funny papers.” Mike Redmond is an author, journalist, humorist and speaker. Write him at mike@ mikeredmondonline.com or P.O. Box 44385, Indianapolis, IN 46244.
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Spreading the exciting news out of Idaho COMMENTARY By Dick Wolfsie BOISE, Idaho - Police in Idaho think they might have solved a year-long condiment spree. Authorities say a 74-year-old woman was arrested after pouring mayonnaise in a library book drop box. She may be connected to nine other condiment-related crimes. The first thing I did when I read this news release was send the Idaho police a thank-you note for practically writing my column for me. You could watch every “Twilight Zone” episode, read every “Sherlock Holmes” short story ever written and see every Coen Brothers movie and I’m tellin’ you, the words “condiment-related crimes” is not going to pop up in any of them. This story was a gift from the people of Idaho who gave us the raw materials to make the French fry. Idaho’s nickname? The Gem State. Once again, they have delivered. Thank you. And now, let’s move on ... I’m basically an honest person, so I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about circumstances that might have led me to a life of crime. However, I’ve seen enough bad-guy movies to know that when you’re looking for shifty ways
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at a library is a serious offense. But judges should be able to use discretion in sentencing. Hellmann’s on Hemingway is just wrong, but Teriyaki on Dostoevsky does have a certain international flavor to it. This is a bad time for “Law and Order” to go off the air. All their stories are ripped from actual headlines and if we should have, say, a chutney-related murder, I don’t trust the people over at “CSI Las Vegas” to take the case seriously. Other than mayo in the return slot, news sources were reluctant to reveal the perp’s other nine condiment capers – possibly fearing that a wave of food-topping, copy-cat crimes would sprinkle the country. There was one leak: The woman did not use Worcestershire Sauce during the commission of any offense. The folks at Lea & Perrins could use this information. When you have a high sodium product, you really need to brag about its low crime rate. The woman was released, by the way, and put on probation. The judge thought she might be a flight risk, and sure enough, at last report she was on the lam. I hope she has some mint jelly in her purse.
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Kitchen remodel including adjacent spaces COMMENTARY By Larry Greene BEFORE THE REMODEL: The homeowner recently moved into this 1990s-built home in the Bridlebourne development off Shelbourne Road in Carmel. The layout of the existing kitchen and adjoining first floor did not meet the owner’s needs. The homeowners actually enjoy cooking and preparing meals at home so they needed better functionality. They also required a secondary kitchen to assist the homeowner with a home-based baking business. The final issue was to remodel and update the adjoining laundry room, hall bathroom and hearth room. DESIGN PROCESS: The design phase started with the design of several overall schemes of the entire first floor to make sure the “flow” from room to room was just right. This process flushed out several new ideas that were appealing to the homeowner. In fact, this design process resulted in the reconfiguration of several walls. One of the most useful improvements was the creation of a large walk-in pantry that almost doubled in size from the previous version. PROJECT SCHEDULE: The design phase was split into two parts. The first part included the creation of several overall floor plan schemes.
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