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Riverview Health keeps growing By Mark Ambrogi mark@youarecurrent.com Riverview Health continues to expand its reach. President/ STATE OF HEALTH CEO Seth Warren gave the State of Health presentation Nov. 20 at Ivy Tech’s Noblesville campus. Warren reminded the audience that as a county hospital, Riverview Health is owned by Hamilton County and is an independent hospital network. “For the last 110 years, we’ve been able to serve Hamilton County and grow with Hamilton County,” Warren said. “Taxpayers do not support us. We are independent financially. The county commissioners provide oversight.” In addition to its Noblesville hospital, Riverview Health opened its second hospital in Westfield a year ago. “We’re excited to be in Westfield as Westfield continues to grow,” he said.  There is an urgent care component along with emergency room service. “Some people don’t know what they need, so you don’t have to figure that out,” Warren said. “There are emergency room nurses. We have all the capabilities.” A Riverview Health Emergency

Riverview Health President/CEO Seth Warren gave the State of Health presentation Nov. 20. (Photo by Mark Ambrogi)

Room and Urgent Care opened in November at 9690 E. 116th St. “We are in the process of opening up three additional locations,” Warren said. One will be at 14585 Hazel Dell Pkwy. in Carmel in April 2020. Another will open in the West Carmel/Zionsville market at 10830 Michigan Rd., Zionsville. “We just broke ground on that, so we are looking for early fall (2020) to open up,” Warren said. “We are looking at opening up a free-standing operation in the Nora area to serve south Hamilton County. We are really

expanding our footprint.” Warren said Riverview Health continues to add new services in Noblesville as well. Riverview recently opened the Courtney Cox Cole Infusion Center in Noblesville. It is named for Cole, a former Noblesville High School basketball and golf standout and former owner of Hare Chevrolet. Cole died of nonsmokers lung cancer Sept. 22 at age 48. Warren said Cole’s parents, Dave and Jacqueline Cox, and her sister, Monica Peck, and her husband Darren, as well as Courtney Cox Cole herself, made a large donation. A video was played detailing the reasons for the center. Cox was treated at Riverview and loved the Riverview staff but noted that the center was crowded and had no windows. Cole and her family wanted a brighter, more upbeat atmosphere for cancer patients undergoing treatment at the Noblesville hospital. Donations are still being collected by the Riverview Health Foundation. Warren said donations have been received from acroos the nation because of the people Cole touched. “We do more than 10,000 infusions a year in that space,” Warren said. “It is triple the space of our previous infusion center.”

Man dies installing holiday decorations news@currentnoblesville.com An investigation is under way following a man’s death in downtown Noblesville. INVESTIGATION At 12:19 p.m. Nov. 20, Noblesville police and fire personnel responded to the 100 block of N. Eighth Street after a call for an injured person. Emergency responders located a

male worker suffering from traumatic injuries associated with an apparent fall. The victim was identified as Ryan Scott Herring, 21, of Gas City. He was a contracted worker from Winterland, Inc. in Marion and was installing holiday decorations on light poles on the square in downtown Noblesville. Hamilton County Sheriff’s Dept. deputies and several citizens provid-

ed aid to Herring after the incident. He was transported by ambulance to Riverview Health in Noblesville, where he later was pronounced dead. The City of Noblesville released the following statement: “This was a tragic incident. Our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with the victim’s family during this extremely difficult time.”


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Parkway Expected compleProject: Logan Street tion: 96th Street is Pedestrian Bridge expected to reopen Location: NorthCONSTRUCTION in November, with bound lane of Ind. 19 the full project done closed between Ind. by the end of the year 32 and Logan Street. Westbound Detour: Lanes on Keystone Parkway lane of Logan Street closed between are restricted but will remain open Ind. 19 and Eighth Street. Riverwalk throughout the project. Drivers can path closed. make right turns onto 96th Street Expected completion: May 2020 from Keystone Parkway, but left Detour: Ind. 32, Ind. 38 and Eighth, turns are not available. Conner, Nixon and Logan streets Project: Extension of Lowes Way WESTFIELD Location: From Keystone Parkway to Range Line Road Project: Westfield Boulevard Expected completion: July 2020   connector Project: New roundabout   Location: The extension will conLocation: 96th Street and Delegates nect the roundabout at Ind. 32 and Row Shamrock Boulevard with David Expected completion: December   Brown Drive. The project began last week as the contractor plans FISHERS to begin installing erosion control Project: Ind. 37 Improvement measures, staking and clearing of Project right of way.  Location: Construction began Expected completion: End of 2020 at 126th Street in August will be Project: Monon Trail bridge followed by 146th, 131st and 141st Location: Monon Trail closed near streets, ending with 135th Street. Ind. 32. Expected completion: 2022 Expected completion: Early Detour: Ind. 37 will remain open December during all phases of construction, CARMEL with two northbound and two southbound lanes open during each Project: Reconstruction of Guilford phase. There will be closures on Road side roads with alternate routes Location: Guildford Road closed always accessible, which will be anbetween Main Street and City Cennounced at the time of the closure. ter Drive. Roundabout construction Project: Utility relocation for future at Guilford Road and Main Street is 96th Street expansion underway Location: 96th Street between LanExpected completion: The city has tern and Cumberland roads not provided an estimated compleExpected completion: 96th Street tion date.  expansion to begin next year, utility Project: New roundabout work expected for the next several interchange   months Location: 96th Street and Keystone

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Altrusa celebrates 30 years By Renee Larr news@currentnoblesville.com The Altrusa Club of Hamilton County is celebrating 30 years of giving back and making a difference CLUBS for Hamilton County residents. The club was chartered in 1989 at Woodland Country Club in Carmel and is a local chapter of Altrusa International. Altrusa International, which focuses on community service, was founded in Nashville, Tenn., in 1917. During that time, a record number of women were in the workforce during World War I, and there was a need for women’s civic organizations. “The big emphasis is getting people together to find a need within the community and working to end that need,” club member Joanne Kemp said. “In the past, we’ve worked a lot to advance literacy in Hamilton County.” The club has distributed books and library calendars with children’s

From left, Pam Trumbauer, Pam L’eal and Carol Rader are members of the Altrusa Club of Hamilton County. (Submitted photo)

reading tips to families in Hamilton County. The group meets on the second Monday of each month in different locations throughout Hamilton County. Of its 10 members, four have been with the group from the beginning. To celebrate the club’s anniversary, it is conducting a dinner at 7 p.m. Dec. 9 at The Old Spaghetti Factory, 918 Range Line Rd., in Carmel. Guests are encouraged to bring a food item or cash to be donated to HVAF of Indiana, a veterans’ organization.

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SWCD creates garden tower By Renee Larr news@currentnoblesville.com Earlier this year, the Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District, 1717 FOOD INSECURITY Pleasant St., Noblesville, partnered with Be Well Family Care in Carmel to create a garden tower, which is a multi-level planter capable of growing up to 70 or more plants, within a minimal amount of space, with the ability to create its own compost. “The basic idea is just to be able to grow a lot of food in a really small space and to do it with the minimum amount of resources, not only from a time perspective, but also from a resource perspective,” said Andrew Fritz, urban agriculture conservationist with the Hamilton County SWCD Participants in Carmel’s Kids Serving Carmel Camp, a program of the Kiwanis Club of Carmel, planted the garden tower during the spring. It

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By Anna Skinner anna@youarecurrent.com Hamilton East Public Library encourages patrons to focus on gratitude and GIVING BACK thankfulness this season with a new event called 12 Days of Gratitude at the Fishers and Noblesville branches. “12 Days of Gratitude evolved because we have been noting there are so many community events that focus on Christmas and stuff during December, and we thought maybe we would focus more on gratitude and thankfulness themes,” Youth Engagement Coordinator Allison Kartman said. Several programs will be offered throughought the month under the 12 Days of Gratitude umbrella. They include, but are not limited to, the following:

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• Event: Stock the Shelters Donation Drive What: Donate items to the Humane Society for Hamilton County. List available at hepl.lib.in.us. When: Through Dec. 12 at both branches • Event: Linking Kindness: A Collaborative Art Project (All Ages) What: Contribute to the library kindness paper chain by writing a special note, an affirmation or some encouraging words. When: Through Dec. 12 at both branches • Event: The Power of Gratitude: A Guided Meditation What: The class is led by Angela Nevins of State of Bliss Meditation Studio and is for ages 18 and older. When: 7 to 8 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Fishers branch, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Dec. 4 at the Noblesville branch. For more, visit hepl.lib.in.us.

DISPATCHES School district to increase support-staff salary – Noblesville Schools recently announced it will address pay gaps among the support staff ranks with a salary increase. The announcement comes after a competitive compensation assessment of more than 20 area school districts. The raises will average 6 percent but could be considerably more for some groups. Baseball registration open — Noblesville Babe Ruth Baseball’s registration was scheduled to open Dec. 1 for ages 13-18. Registration is open through March 21, and the season starts April 24 for ages 13-15 and May 9 for ages 16-18. For more, visit noblesvillebaberuthbaseball.com Roden will not return — Noblesville Schools announced that head varsity football coach Justin Roden has accepted another position and will relocate to the Cincinnati area. Roden shared that the decision was based on family needs.

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Ind. 37 utility relocation ongoing, major projects to begin in spring 2020 By Anna Skinner anna@youarecurrent.com Although motorists are seeing utility relocation, drainage construction and detour construction, major Ind. 37 construction won’t COVER STORY begin until spring 2020 on the Fishers portion of the project. Noblesville’s timeline still is undetermined. Noblesville Communications Manager Robert Herrington said the city plans to let Fishers construct its portion first while Noblesville designs the northern portion, which is from 146th Street to Ind. 32/Ind. 38 and includes the Greenfield Avenue, Town and Country Boulevard, Pleasant Street and the Ind. 32/38 intersections. However, because the City of Fishers received $100 million from the Indiana Dept. of Transportation to build the southern portion, Herrington said the City of Noblesville must wait to see how much money it can receive from the state because it also is working on an east-west corridor on Pleasant Street. “That is our main priority, Pleasant Street first,” Herrington said. City of Fishers Director of Engineering Jason Taylor said motorists won’t see significant work done south of 146th Street during the winter months. “We’ve recently awarded (bids for) the 126th interchange,” Taylor said. “We had a groundbreaking event there. Most of the work people are seeing today is prep work for maintenance of traffic for next year. The majority of the work done this year is a temporary widening of State Road 37 to allow for four lanes to continue through (during construction).” Construction is under way on 131st Street to widen it to two lanes each direction to manage detours when they begin. Active drainage line projects for the southern and northern drainage lines also are under way. “The purpose of these two drainage lines being constructed is because we are depressing State Road 37 and taking it under the cross streets, similar to Keystone (Parkway),” Taylor said.

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Taylor said traffic detours won’t begin until spring 2020. “Really, we won’t encourage anyone to change their routes until they have to, whenever we start constructing,” Taylor said. “We will be shifting traffic onto the east side of (Ind.) 37 so we can construct the west side, and in order to do that, we have to close down access from 126th to the west to 37. So, that traffic will be detoured elsewhere and signed appropriately by utilizing Allisonville (Road)

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and 131st.” The closure will begin in the spring, and drivers will be unable to access Ind. 37 from 126th Street from the west. The closure will facilitate construction of the first half of the roundabout interchange. A similar closure for construction will occur on the east side. The 126th Street and Ind. 37 interchange is expected to be open by the end of the 2020 construction season. Construction on the 146th Street interchange also will begin in the spring. “146th Street is going to be (on) a two-year construction schedule because of the amount of traffic on 146th,” Taylor said. “We set that maintenance of traffic up to allow for east-west traffic to still flow.”

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PROJECT COST AND NOBLESVILLE’S INVOLVEMENT For the Fishers portion of the project, improving Ind. 37 from 126th Street to 146th Street, the City of Fishers contributed $12 million, Hamilton County contributed $12 million and the Indiana Dept. of Transportation contributed $100 million. The Noblesville portion of the project, continuing the improvements north to Ind. 32/38, hasn’t been finalized. But when it is, Fishers will contribute an additional $4 million, the county will contribute an additional $4 million and Noblesville will contribute $16 million to make each entity’s contributions equal. The Indiana Dept. of Transportation hasn’t announced funding for the Noblesville phase. In addition, the City of Fishers and Hamilton County each contributed $250,000 for marketing efforts to aid businesses during construction. For business news and detour information, visit 37thrives.com.

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Commentary by Terry Anker Early 20th-century U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. wrote, “But when men have realized that time has upset many fighting faiths, they may come to believe even more than they believe the very foundations of their own conduct that the ultimate good desired is better reached by free trade in ideas – that the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market, and that truth is the only ground upon which their wishes safely can be carried out.” Holmes was responsible for a doctrine used by our nation’s high court to restrict First Amendment claims to free assembly, speech or press, known widely through one line of his opinion, “clear and present danger.” Later, an important lower court jurist, Learned Hand, supported the notion, adding that restrictions on these American freedoms could only come to prevent “imminent lawless action.” It was a different time. Socialism, especially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, i.e., the Nazis, was then known to be a verified threat to freedom. Still, jurists were slow to restrict the exchange of ideas, even vastly unpopular ones. The minority voice had to be protected, if only so a debate could be preserved. How often did the majority prove, in the long run, to be on the enlightened path? Is it any different now? Terry Anker is an associate editor of Current Publishing, LLC. You may email him at terry@ youarecurrent.com.

Hitting the Hamiltonian lottery Commentary by Danielle Wilson Friends, I won the lottery! Not that lottery. You think I’d still be writing this column if HUMOR I were a newly minted millionaire? Puh-lease. Maybe I’d pen one final commentary at 36,000 feet aboard my new Gulf Stream en route to Davos, but that’d be it. So long, suckers! No, I won two $10 tickets to “Hamilton” in Chicago! I know! I’ve seen the musical before but have been wanting to take my youngest daughter, Maddie. I thought we’d go to the touring one here in Indianapolis this month, but the tickets start at $175, and that’s for a weekday matinee with a “limited view,” i.e., “behind a giant pole.” Which makes absolutely no sense to me. It’s not the original cast, it’s not Broadway and it’s been out for almost five years. I just couldn’t stomach shelling out that much dough for a show, even one as fantastic as “Hamilton.” Then, I discovered the lottery. I installed the “Hamilton” app, signed

up for email notifications and have literally been entering daily since 2017. Chicago, Madison, Wis., Milwaukee, Louisville. If I could drive there in a reasonable amount of time, I threw my tricorne hat into the ring. Because that’s the thing. If you win, you’re given only four hours to accept the tickets for a next-day production. Yowsers. When a “Congratulations” popped up in my inbox, I nearly wet my pants. After all this time, it was happening! So, for 20 bucks, Maddie and I were able to see “Hamilton” in Chicago. Our seats weren’t perfect (we were under a substantial can-only-glimpse-feetif-they-sing-from-the-second-storyof-the-set overhang), but definitely worth it. I can’t believe I won the lottery! Peace out.

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Editor, As a retired public school teacher from a neighboring state with grandchildren in Indiana public schools, it was good to see public school teachers stand up, not just for themselves, but also for their students. After a decade of seeing Republican politicians neglect and disrespect and seeing teachers’ salaries fall behind inflation, it is long past time for bringing pay up to neighboring states. Even a poorer state like Kentucky pays teachers around $3,000 more than in the Hoosier state. Teachers also deserve a better retirement system. Investment in education is the best investment for economic growth that a state can make, so we should be looking at using some of that $2 billion reserve fund to bring salaries up, build a better pension system and move to reduce class size. Mike Boland, Fishers

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En Pointe Indiana Studio young dancers chosen for Butler’s ‘Nutcracker’ By Sadie Hunter
 sadie@youarecurrent.com Three elementary-age dancers are performing at the collegiate level after landing PERFORMANCE roles in the upcoming presentation of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” at Butler University. Alyssa Corlew, Mary Elise Fuhrer and Anastasia Hobbs are ballerinas at En Pointe Indiana Studio in Noblesville. They auditioned for their parts in September and have been practicing ever since. Dancing regularly five nights a week at En Pointe, they also had been rehearsing an additional two days — Thursday evenings and all day Saturdays – to prepare for “The Nutcracker.” They are now practicing every day as the show approaches. Butler’s production is the longest running, fully staged show in the state. The performances are at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5, 8 p.m. Dec. 6, 2 and 8 p.m. Dec. 7 and noon and 5 p.m. Dec. 8. Corlew and Fuhrer are new to the show. Hobbs has performed in it the past two years. “Of the three that auditioned from En Pointe, all three got in, which says a lot about this studio,” said Connie Hobbs, Anastasia’s mother. “There were 85 kids that auditioned for this year’s ‘Nutcracker,’” said Stacey Corlew, Alyssa’s mother. “They went in and auditioned as groups of 20, and it was selected right then if they were wanted for a second round, and then we found out in a few days.” “Anyone can audition, and we encourage it,” said Robert Moore, co-artistic director and co-owner of En Pointe. “We want our dancers to experience as much as they can and

From left, Anastasia Hobbs, Mary Elise Fuhrer and Alyssa Corlew. (Photo by Sadie Hunter)

have a lot of opportunities. It really worked out that they could afford to do both.” 
Each of the girls will play one of Mother Ginger’s Polichinelles during the show. “It’s in the second act. They’re like little Russian dolls,” Moore said. During that part of the show, the three girls and others near their age and size emerge from an oversized prop skirt worn by Mother Ginger. “The cut-off is age 14 and 5-foottall,” Connie Hobbs said. “With Mother Ginger, they can’t be too tall because they can’t get under the skirt, and they can’t do too small, because they don’t have the technique, or the costumes won’t fit.” Corlew, 11, is a Noblesville resident and fifth-grader at Hazel Dell Elementary. Fuhrer, 10, is a Noblesville resident and fourth-grader at Our Lady of Grace Catholic School.

Hobbs, 11, is from Fishers and is homeschooled. Hobbs and Corlew said they have been dancing since age 3. Fuhrer started at age 5. The girls’ mothers said participating in the Butler production has been a great opportunity. “The older girls are right next to them rehearsing, and that’s very cool to see,” said Amanda Fuhrer, Mary Elise’s mother. “It’s been fun being with the college students and professors and being part of that level of a production,” Stacey said. “Butler is really good about making the kids feel special and important.” Tickets range from $22.50 to $58. The show will be performed at Clowes Memorial Hall, 4602 Sunset Ave., Indianapolis. For more or for tickets, visit butlerartscenter.org/event/ tchaikovskys-nutcracker.

Arts Council presents concert editorial@youarecurrent.com The Fishers Arts Council and the Fishers Community Chorus will offer a free public celebration of the visual and performing arts at The Art Gallery at City Hall from 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 13. A reception with light hors d’oeuvres will be offered from 6 to 7:15 p.m. followed by the concert at 7:15 p.m. There are two art exhibits. The first, “Winter Wonderland,” runs from Dec. 4 to Dec. 28 and includes artwork reflective of the winter season. Featured artists are Margot Bogue, Krista Darrow, Jacque Hammonds, Angie Jones, Antonio Menendez, Trudy Rister, Brenda Stewart, Marie Williams and Angee Walberry. The second exhibit opens the Arts Council’s new Alcove Gallery and features serigraphs by David O’Dell. It opened Nov. 1 and runs through the end of the year.

Noblesville — An inventive adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” will run through Dec. 15 at The Belfry Theatre. For more, visit thebelfrytheatre.com. Fishers — A Winter Wonderland, featuring ice carving demonstrations, carriage rides and kids’ activities, is set from 4 to 7 p.m. Dec. 7. Carmel — Brett Wiscons and Sarah Grain & the Billions of Stars will perform at 8 p.m. Dec. 6 at the Studio Theater at the Center for the Performing Arts. Carmel — The Indiana Wind Symphony will perform two Dec. 8 concerts, “Fun with Santa and Mrs. Claus,” at 3 p.m., and “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” at 6:30 p.m. at the Palladium.


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Moody lands cherished role By Mark Ambrogi mark@youarecurrent.com Josie Moody got her plum role. “I always wanted to be the Sugar Plum Fairy, so it’s a nice DANCE goal to meet,” Moody said. The Noblesville resident will play the iconic role in Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre’s student production of “The Nutcracker,” set for 7 p.m. Dec. 6 and 3 and 7 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Pike Performing Arts Center. The production primarily features dancers of G2, the pre-professional company of GHDT, and students from The Academy of Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre. Moody, a high school junior taking online classes, has been with the Academy for nine years. “I haven’t done a lot of partnering before, so getting to work with the Prince is a good experience,” Moody said. Company dancer Thomas Mason

Audrey Holloway, left, and Josie Moody appear in “The Nutcracker.” (Photo by Lydia Moody)

plays the Prince. University High School senior Olivia Payton, an Irvington resident, has the role of a Children of the Kingdom soloist. Hannah Winkler, a homeschooled senior from Westfield, plays the Mouse Queen. For more, gregoryhancockdancetheatre.org.

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Cantus has a unique approach to creating music. The Minneapolis-based MUSIC men’s vocal ensemble doesn’t have a music director, so the eight singers share responsibilities. “We are the only full-time ensemble in the world, I believe, that is artist-led,” baritone David Geist said. “Every show you see is an equal combination of all the work we put together. When we are programming shows, we bring the theme and the concept. “Oftentimes, we’ll have a big whiteboard with 100 songs, and we narrow it down to 20 for a performance. We are very collaborative.” Cantus will present “Three Tales of Christmas” at 8 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. In “Three Tales of Christmas,” the group combines familiar carols, new

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twists on holiday classics and narrated passages from classic holiday tales such as “A Christmas Carol,” “Gift of the Magi” and “’Twas the Night Before Christmas.” Geist said the group usually does 35 to 40 shows in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and another 30 to 40 on the road. For more, visit thecenterpresents. org.

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Actors identify with roles By Mark Ambrogi mark@youarecurrent.com For Matt Bays, his role could be considered a slight bit of typecasting. Bays relates to his MUSICAL character Buddy in “Elf The Musical.” “He’s a happy-go-lucky person and so am I,” Bays said Bays plays Buddy in Civic Theatre’s production of “Elf The Musical,” which runs from Dec. 6 to Dec. 28 at The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. The story centers on a young orphan who accidentally climbs into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole, where he is raised as an elf by Santa’s elves. “I thought maybe I was too old for the part, but it worked out,” said Bays, a 49-year-old Westfield resident. Bays said he was familiar with the 2003 movie starring Will Ferrell as Buddy but had never seen the 2010 Broadway musical, which was in-

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spired by the movie. The show is Bays’ second with Civic. He was in “Anything Goes” in 2018. Bays did not do musical theater for 25 years because he was doing other music in church. Noblesville resident Emily Schaab sees a bit of herself in her character of Jovie. “I find the character true to who I am a little bit,” Schaab said. “She’s a little sarcastic and a little sassy. It’s been a lot of fun.” For the full story, visit currentnightandday.com.

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Where’s Amy attends Escobar concert

Joanna Trimbur (Noblesville), left, and Andrea Kilgore (Noblesville) attend rising-star violinist Damien Escobar’s Nov. 21 concert at the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. Escobar packed the house and encouraged unity and peace for the holidays and 2020. His powerful songs, amazing talent and charm earned several standing ovations. He even left the stage and surprised the ladies with red roses during his performance, which included pop-up interactions throughout, making the night extra special. For more, visit TheCenterPresents.org. (Photo by Amy Pauszek)


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As an Indiana native, Mike always enjoys a meal at a local restaurant and showing people what the Indy area has to offer. You may find him drinking at local coffee shops, eating brunch in Fishers, shopping and having dinner in Carmel or at the latest concerts. For more, visit @wheresmikeg on Instagram.

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 its Italian beef sandwich, but everyPopular menu items: thing is pretty good. • Italian beef sandwich, $6.19 — What to get: Some of my favorites Thin-sliced beef with choice of are the Italian beef, char-broiled burgsweet and/or hot peppers served ers, Chicago-style hot dogs and Polish on a French bread roll or croissant. sausages. You may have tried the Ital• Char-grilled Maxwell Polish sauian beef, but have you had it the right sage, $4.69 — Loaded with grilled way? Order it with hot peppers and a onions and mustard. cup of cheese on the side to drizzle • Hot dog, $3.19 — Served with over the top. If you are feeling advenoptions of mustard, relish, celery turous, you can put it on a croissant salt, raw onions and tomatoes or instead of the standard French bread. as a chili cheese dog. If you are super hungry, add an Italian • Char-broiled burger, $5.19 — sausage. The hidden menu gem in my Served with mayo, lettuce, tomato, opinion is the chopped salad made red onion, pickles and ketchup.

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“A Christmas Carol,” OneAmerica Stage, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Indianapolis

Indiana Repertory Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol” will feature additional carols and all-new costumes for the first time in more than 20 years.

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Beef & Boards presents its 25th production of the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, based on the Charles Dickens’ novel. Cost: $28 to $38

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“An Evening with Rita Moreno.” the Palladium, Center for the Performing Arts

8 p.m. Dec. 6

Singer/actress Rita Moreno, who has won two Emmy awards, an Oscar, a Tony Award and a Grammy, will likely sing selections from The Great American Songbook. Cost: $48 to $95

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8 p.m. Dec. 3, 6, 10, 1 p.m. Dec. 4; 1 and 8 p.m. Dec. 5; 1:30 and 8 p.m. Dec. 7; 1:30 and 7p.m Dec. 8

The musical is based on the movie classic, set in the 1940s in a fictional Indiana town, focusing on 9-yearold Ralphie and his desire for a BB gun for Christmas.

7 p.m. Dec. 6; 2 and 7 p.m. Dec. 7; 2 p.m. Dec. 8

The story centers on Buddy, a young orphan, who climbs into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole and raised as an elf.

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“A Christmas Story,” Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, Indianapolis

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“Elf The Musical,” the Tarkington, Center for the Performing Arts, Carmel

7 p.m. Dec. 6, 4 p.m. Dec. 7; 2 p.m. Dec. 8

Addie Taylor, left, and Caitlin Skinner rehearse for Mud Creek Players’ “A Doublewide, Texas Christmas.” (Photo by Erin Keller)

“A Doublewide, Texas Christmas,” 8 p.m. Dec. Mud Creek Players, Mud Creek 6-7, 2:30 Theater, Lawrence p.m. Dec. 8 It’s Christmastime in a new and tiny town in Texas, and trailer park residents are dealing with the stress of the holiday season in this outrageous comedy. Cost: $13 to $15

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“The Very Merry Xmas Carol 7:30 p.m. Holiday Adventure,” Carmel Dec. 6, 7, 2:30 Community Players, The Cat, 254 p.m. Dec. 8 Veterans Way, Carmel. A narrator’s retelling of Christmas tales unravels into an action-packed adventure when Frosty the Snowman, Scrooge and Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer seek to save Christmas from a malicious force named Xmas. Cost: $15 to $17

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Brief history of Australia’s famous Bondi Beach Commentary by Don Knebel Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, is one of the world’s most popular beaches. It is particularly popular with visitors from the Northern Hemisphere, who can celebrate Christmas at the TRAVEL beach. Bondi Beach is 4 miles east of the CBD, Sydney’s Central Business District. The word “Bondi” (pronounced bondie) is derived from an Aboriginal word having the same meaning as “surf” in English. In the mid-19th century, the property that included the beach was part of the private “Bondi Estate.” For a time, the owners allowed the public to access the beach, which was famous for the size of its waves. When the owners threatened to block access to the beach, the Municipal Council made it public in 1882. By the 20th century, up to 60,000 people a day were coming to the beach. On Feb. 6, 1938, known as “Black Sunday,” five beachgoers were killed and more than 250 injured when a series of large waves pulled people into the water. Bondi Beach has been the site of efforts to control decency in swimwear for both men and women. In 1935, the local government passed an ordinance regulating the amount of skin that could be shown, leading to American actress Jean Parker being es-

corted off Bondi Beach in 1951 because her bikini was too revealing. The ordinance was repealed in 1961 and topless bathing became popular. On Sept. 26, 2007, 1,010 women wearing tiny bikinis assembled on Bondi Beach. The resulting photograph, published in Cosmopolitan in 2008, established the Guinness record for the largest swimsuit photoshoot. Today, Bondi Beach attracts about 2.5 million visitors a year, many of whom take advantage of the fashionable cafes along the Campbell Parade

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