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Kei Tea, for example, takes locally grown herbs like By Brandon Bowman chamomile and peppermint to infuse its teas with deliCurrent in Westfield cious flavor. This is Kei Tea’s second year with the market, John Schaaf, market manager for the Downtown and co-owner Julie Fernatt said so far, weather has only Westfield Neighborhood Association, said the Westcaused concern on one night as a result of high winds. field Farmers Market had an impressive opening this “It almost took our tent down a couple of times, but year with over 1,000 people showing up despite weaththe turnout was great,” she said. er reports warning of storms. While early turnouts have been good, Schaaf said he The market is held every Friday from 4 to 8 p.m., expects more crowds at the Westfield Farmers Market running now through August 8. Twenty-five vendors once more produce comes into season. sell a variety of items. From cupcakes to fresh produce, “We’ll have more sweet corn, fresh tomatoes and onthe market provides Westfield with items they might ions1 in the coming weeks,” Schaaf said. not find at other markets in the county. 5154.18.MQ.Current(Wstfld)-06:Layout 1 5/18/10 4:41 PM Page

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“When they tell you to tighten your shoes at the beginning, they mean it.” what to expect The Mudathlon is filled with unusual obstacles – and names. Here are a few of them: Mucking Mud Pit – The only way to cross this mess is face down Smoke Screen Start – Mudathletes run through a smoke screen cloud and hope they get going in the right direction Tunnel of Terror – Dive in and crawl through some muddy mess Frantic Firing Range – At some point in the Mudathlon course, participants become targets. Of course, it is all in good fun Heaping Hay Bails – Mudathlon reserves the right to use these in a multitude of ways, whether you climbing over them, picking them up, or pushing them, they will be out there

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By Brandon Bowman Current in Westfield On June 26, Carmel resident Jeff Graves is giving everyone a good reason to get muddy with the Mudathlon. Mudathlon is a series of mud-based obstacles, and the whole event is described as “a mucking good time.” The four-mile course is made up of 30-foot mudslides, mud pits and cargo nets. The Mudathlon is challenging, but the goal is to be dirty. The course ends with a beer and some live music for every newly crowned “Mudathlete” on the course. Graves ran the course at White River Paintball in Anderson as it was completed. At the 30-foot natural mudslide, Graves had to ask himself what he was getting himself into. “The mud at the bottom was sucking the shoes right off my feet,” he said. “When they tell you to tighten your shoes at the beginning, they mean it.” Graves sees the Mudathlon as something different for running enthusiasts. Most of the events are held outside of the state. There have been 10 Mudathlons in the Midwest. “We are hoping to have future Mudathlons in Indiana so that everyone doesn’t need to travel as much,” Graves said. The course at White River Paintball in Anderson is focused on fun and if someone doesn’t want to attempt the obstacle they just continue on past it.

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It is our position that the recent move by Gov. Mitch Daniels and the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to again delay the long-promised and muchpostponed improvements on U.S. 31 across Hamilton County is as much as killing the project. Promised more than a decade ago, plans to improve the stretch of highway to limited-access comes not only from its important economic position but also from the loss of life claimed by overtaxed and under-designed intersections along the route.  Speed, volume and design have all been taken into account through several studies, designs and redesigns over the past several years. And INDOT has promised action with each one. Yet other than keeping those folks employed, very little action has occurred. It is time for political leaders to live up to their promises. Daniels and his administration committed that this project would be well underway in 2011. If he cannot get the job done, both Carmel and Westfield have joined in offering to take over the project and do the work directly. The state should let them.  

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From the backshop That U-turn? State failed to alert us Public safety should be paramount everywhere, and Westfield is no exception. Last week, to ensure safe traffic flow on Ind. 32 west of U.S. 31, the Westfield Police Dept. deployed officers to nail drivers for making illegal U-turns. They had grown accustomed to doing so in order change direction. The problem, in our view, was that no notice was given. All that was made available was a slew of $25 traffic citations. When a change in driving patterns and practices is in order – and we do not oppose this step up, which will heighten the chance for additional safety – a little notice well in advance would be appreciated. We’re told by the department the state ordered the change. The median around which the U-turns were being made was in place for nearly a month by the time the ticket parade began. It was the state’s order, and the state should have taken proper steps to alert motorists. Habits can be changed. Communication is the key. In this case, the Indiana Dept. of Transportation crashed and burned. Badly. ••• Westfield Rocks the Fourth will roll out its inaugural edition – oddly enough on July

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DISPATCHES » Knabe joins IDC - Indiana-based artist Walter Knabe will open a new studio and gallery at the Indiana Design Center later this summer. Knabe’s handcrafted artwork and designs include wallcoverings, fabric, and other home décor and can be seen in the collections of Chanel Inc., Eli Lilly & Company, Michael Jordan, Madonna, the White House and Richard Gere, among others. » Helzberg to close July 5 – The Helzberg Diamonds store in Clay Terrace will close its doors July 5. Other stores in the area will remain open. If arriving after July 5, all outstanding customer orders placed at the Clay Terrace will be delivered to the Castleton store, 6020 E. 82nd St. The closing store's merchandise will not be liquidated, as these items will be relocated to other sites. » Anniversary open house - Leland's Restaurant will hold an anniversary open house this Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. The restaurant invites all to eat, drink and enjoy the day-long celebration. Leland's is at 2550 East 146th Street. Call 566-8700 for details. » Eight seniors receive scholarships - Legacy Fund announced the winners of four Lilly Endowment Community Scholars and four Legacy Fund Community Scholars. Lilly scholarship winners include Jason Wing of Carmel High School. Legacy scholarship recipients include Karina Hamamouche of Westfield High School.

Weight loss has never seemed so simple Commentary By Danielle Wilson I wanted to share with you the weight-loss plan some friends of mine organized for this summer. They were sitting around a picnic table over Memorial Day Weekend, eating brats and burgers, and they got to talking about how they all wanted to get in better shape. So they decided to hold their own “Biggest Loser” competition. I figured a lot of you are in the same boat and could maybe benefit from their idea. Here’s the deal: Each participant has agreed to ante $300, to be reimbursed only if his or her weight loss goal is reached. They have three months to shed the lard, beginning June 1 and ending Labor Day, with weigh-ins only twice, bookending the summer. Their goals range from 10 to 30 pounds, depending on the amount of fatness presently on their bodies. Whoever attains her weight loss goal gets to split the forfeited loot of those who did not. That’s it! But when you think about it, the plan in brilliant. Had I needed to drop a few pounds, this would have totally motivated me. But alas, I was gifted with the skinny-minny genes of my mom (who is actually shrinking as the years go by – her wedding dress from 40 years ago still fits!) and an incurable disease that requires stimulant medication (hypothyroidism gets you the benefits of Synthroid, a metabolic booster). And not to sell myself short, I work out regularly and eat OK already. But for most of my friends, this will be a challenge to not only lose weight but to make the change to a healthier lifestyle. And I honestly think they all have a shot at succeeding. Why? First off, summer is the perfect time. The days are longer, so squeezing in walks and runs are much easier, and because there is no threat of ice or snow, most days are doable. Plus, something about the sun compels you to get outside and do something. You

almost feel guilty watching TV and chowing down a pint of Ben and Jerry’s Chunky Monkey (which I did the other day in a momentary state of depression. Soooo good.) Furthermore, grocery stores and markets are flooded with local fresh produce, making the choice to eat healthier more realistic and economical. Finally, bathing suits and arm-baring tees offer their own special kind of incentive for shedding the gristle – the not-so-popular, but highly effective embarrassment factor. We all want to look good in skimpy clothing! To accommodate everyone’s busy lives, there are no group activities scheduled, and each participant can design their own weight-loss plan. One of my friends is doing P90X, a DVD program that combines aerobics, weight training, and diet to achieve results in ninety days. His goal is 20 pounds. Another is simply trying to walk five times a week and not eat seconds. She also wants to lose 20 pounds. Two older “Biggest Loser” competitors will attempt to shed those pain-in-the-arse last 10 pounds by cutting back on fatty foods and increasing daily activity. They are all motivated to stick to their guns for two reasons: No one wants to lose the cash, and more importantly, no one wants to be the only one not meeting his goal. They are accountable to themselves, to their spouses and children, and to each other. So I applaud their efforts. Even if they don’t succeed, they will have taken the first few steps to becoming healthier. Good luck, Biggest Losers, and to all of you trying to improve yourselves this summer! Peace out. Danielle Wilson is a Carmel resident and contributing columnist. You may e-mail her at danielle@ currentincarmel.com.

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Lots of movement going on downtown Commentary By Ken Kingshill One of the Grand Junction Master Plan’s purposes is to act as a catalyst for economic development downtown. I’m happy to report it is working. Notwithstanding these economically troubled times, there is activity downtown. True, some businesses have left in the past year, but they are being replaced. Several new restaurants on Main Street are either already operating or soon will be. Maneki Neko, the Japanese restaurant formerly next to Old Country Buffet in Village Park Plaza, is preparing to open. It will be located on the north side of Main Street across from Subway. Another restaurant will be going in at the northeast corner of Walnut and Main. I believe it will be primarily a breakfast place, but don’t hold me to it. Apparently there were some constraints on where they could locate, so our economic development team played a role in bringing the landlord and restaurateur together. There is a restaurant now operating in the former Delicious Bakery location. I know certain locals that used to hang out there, taking advantage of the free WiFi. Hopefully that will still be available. St. Patrick’s Church will be locating in the old Edward Jones office on Walnut. Hopefully the congregants will patronize these new restaurants as well as our excellent existing downtown fare

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Less ‘yes’ equals less stress COMMENTARY By Robin Chaddock A woman approached me at a recent speaking engagement at which the topic of stress came up. (Honestly, when talking with groups of women anymore, when doesn’t the topic of stress come up?) She told me about a magnet she saw that said: “Stress is when your gut says, ‘No,’ but your mouth says, ‘I’d be glad to.’” Truly, who hasn’t this happened to in life? Our proverbial plates are full, our bank accounts are empty, our days are packed with activities and commitments, and our energy tanks are running on fumes. I have found it to be helpful to try a couple things when it comes to saying yes and saying no to various bids for all of our precious resources. Ask for a day to think about it. Assess why you would say yes. Do a very thorough motive check and make sure yes is driven by true interest and plenty of available time and energy to carry out the yes. Check to see if the request matches your personal sense of mission. There are LOTS of great things going on in this world, and we’ll be invited to be involved. We should only do the ones that are truly in our wheelhouse.

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Shields Gardens displays much more than its signature daylilies By Kevin Kane Current in Westfield A sign off Grassy Branch Road leads local gardeners into Jim Shields’ daylily farm, but that’s only a small portion of the Westfield botanist’s work. Shields Gardens is known for its endless rows of daylilies in bloom this time each year. In fact, Shields estimates that most daylilies in the Carmel and Westfield areas today can be linked to his five-acre plot of land. However, a down economy and low demand for these plants is forcing Shields to scale back his staple, but at this point, he’s growing plants as much for pleasure as he is for profit.  “If you want to go into business selling daylilies, don’t quit your day job,” Shields said.  The retired Eli Lilly biochemist describes his signature plants as ones to be shared. They’re hardy and multiply easily, he said, but those attributes don’t promote repeat business. After selling thousands of daylilies during the past 20 years, Shields said his main product is cannibalizing his business. Since fall 2008, Shields has cut his daylily beds in half and is working to get rid of what he still has. This year, he’s even selling the plants on clearance for $5.   Between nonexistent demand and the constant need for hired hands to weed and maintain his beds, Shields isn’t making much money on daylilies these days. But though that portion of his business is quickly fading, Shields has no plans to end his work. Beyond the daylilies at Shields Gardens are a number of greenhouses and small gardens. Many of these spaces are dedicated to fostering rare and exotic plants as well as some of Shields’ hybrid creations. “There are things here that you won’t see anywhere else in the world,” he said. “I have plants for sale that most people don’t know exist or don’t recognize the name if they see it.” Examples include Shields’ blood lilies, or Scadoxus multiflorusv, from South Africa, Cryptostephanus vansonii from Zimbabwe and species of crinums from other parts of Africa. Shields is often given rare bulbs to salvage, as people from all over the country send him plants they cannot care for properly. Some he will purchase or acquire through trade simply to experiment. For example, he is currently growing crinums taken from the Gulf Coast. He said the plants aren’t thought to be hardy enough to withstand winters in the northern United States, but Shields has kept his growing and blooming for a few years, outside and in the elements. With a few exceptions, most of these rare and exotic plants are for sale, and the prices include Shields’ help and advice any time

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it’s needed.  “We’ve been here 20 years and people who have bought flowers here only think of us for daylilies,” he said.  Some very rare plants, however, are not for sale, but Shields will gladly show them off to curious visitors. These few exceptions are kept around for his enjoyment, awaiting their eventual donation to one of the bulb societies with which Shields has a working relationship.   Down the road, Shields said he will donate even more of his inventory to these societies to ensure they’re in good hands when he’s gone. Right now, though, he’s devoting his time and energy to nurturing plants that will be enjoyed by others years from now. One of these is an aloe plant from South Africa, which Shields found as a seedling in a planter someone gave to him. He’s been caring for and growing it ever since, but he knows there will be no payoff for him. Shields said he’s positive the plant will never bloom in his lifetime, but he’s seen the same type of plant in

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bloom before. Knowing the enjoyment others will receive in future years, he said, makes caring for this plant – and all the rest – worthwhile. “When I go, the place will be bulldozed and all of this will be gone,” he said. “I’m enjoying it while I can, as much as possible, up until the last possible year.” 

want to stop by? 17808 Grassy Branch Road, Westfield, 46074  Phone: 867-3344 Web site: www.shieldsgardens.com Plants are sold during normal business hours on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and by appointment on other days. However, Shields said he’s happy to show people his plants any day of the week. 

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DISPATCHES » HCCVB receives accreditation – The Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau was recently awarded accreditation from the Destination Marketing Association Program (DMAP). The DMAP accreditation communicates HCCVB has attained a level of excellence, as it is one of 115 visitor bureaus in the country to receive the accreditation. » Passport fair – Planning a trip outside the country? The Westfield Post Office will be accepting passport applications this Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. during its “passport fair.” The event is being held on the weekend to assist people whose hectic schedules make it difficult to complete this task during the week. The U.S. Department of State is currently reporting four to six week processing times for routine passport applications.  

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New York crowd applauds Feinstein competition winner “After college, I will try By Dave Arland to move to New York and Current in Carmel start auditioning,” she said She was only two blocks While Yokom was on from Central Park in New stage, Feinstein Foundation York, but a world away Executive Director Doris from her home in suburAnne Sadler realized that ban Chicago. And for 17 she was seeing the future year-old Annie Yokom of of American popular song Naperville, Illinois, the right before her eyes. evening debut in a New “Julia Bonnet of Carmel York cabaret club might was fantastic last year, and mark the beginning of a so is Annie Yokom,” she Broadway career. said. “It occurred to me Yokom is the winner of that the Feinstein Foundathe Second Annual Michael tion is an incubator for Feinstein Foundation Great this fantastic talent, and American Songbook High Photos by Dave Arland the reception that Annie School Competition staged Great American Songbook Competition winner Annie Yokom of Naperville, Ill., performs a selection last received from a seasoned in early June in IndianapoNew York theater crowd lis – an event that moves to week in front of a full house at Michael Feinstein's New York cabaret, Feinstein’s at the Regency. was overwhelming.” Carmel next year with the opening of The Palla- the spotlight. “It was incredible – like a dream come true,” Among those in the audience were competidium, where singer Michael Feinstein is Artistic Yokom said, admitting a few pre-show jitters.  tion judges Susan Powell, a former Miss AmerDirector. “Michael told the crowd that this was my New ica, and accomplished jazz singer Catherine The Feinstein Foundation works to strengthYork debut and he made it so comfortable to Russell.  Both live in Manhattan and turned out en awareness, enjoyment, and exposure for entertain ... It was so incredible that I don’t even to cheer on the high school performer. great American popular songs with today’s have the words to describe it.” Can young singer Annie Yokom see more young people through activities like the annual Yokom may have Broadway footlights in her performances like this in her future?  competition for high school singers. Grand future. She’ll enter her senior year of high school “I hope so, because this is the coolest thing prize includes a performance during a show at soon and already has a long list of colleges with to do,” she told Current in Carmel just after the Feinstein’s New York club. On June 15 and 16, exceptional performing arts programs. performance. Michael Feinstein brought Annie Yokom into

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A berry for all uses, all the time!

COMMENTARY By Chef Michael Vlasich The first fruit out of the ground, from the vine, onto our table and into our mouths each year? The only one with seeds on the outside, considered in the rose family, but not fruit? It’s almost time for us to indulge. We see them ripening; the bees have already done their job of pollinating the flowers. The rains have gone, and the sun is beating down, giving the plants, flowers and buds everything needed to grow and ripen. Each solstice from spring to summer, I write of strawberries as the passage of cold to warmth. The gardens begin to flourish with their bounties of harvest, ready to be robbed by the animals in your yard, especially fond of these sweet treats. The following are additional facts yet to be printed by in columns; I hope you find them as intriguing as I do. The etymology of the name “strawberry” is still basically unknown. One theory says that in the 19th century, some English children picked the berries, strung them on grass straws and then marketed them to be sold in town as “straws of berries.” The other theory says it was derived from placing straw around the growing plants to help protect the ripening fruit and fragile young stalks. Strawberries are grown in every U.S. state and in all provinces in Canada. In California alone, there are more than 23,000 acres planted each year, which yield more than 1 billion pounds of edible crops. If the berries were picked and laid berry to berry, in a line, it would wrap around the world 15 times. Strawberries have become very popular, and in most major polls, they are voted the second most beloved natural flavor behind, can you guess? Chocolate. When voting for favorite fruit flavor, strawberries generally win hands down,

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especially among children. Most people associate these berries with dessert, but strawberries are very versatile and match well with many things. In my hotel we will use them with cheeses, especially goat cheese, brie and all bleu varieties. Any kind of green salad concoctions do well, with the combination of any of the above ingredients. Of all the fruit available, and all the ones we grow, strawberries offer some of the easiest gardening possibilities. They have more versatility than most fruit, matching up with all types of foods in all cuisines, and they can be used in all courses or meal periods. So why not run out and get some today? Here’s a nice refreshing summer beverage that is great to use up those very ripe berries, with or with out adding your favorite adult mixer.

Hostess at Bazbeaux Piza Where do you like to eat? “Noodles & Company” What’s your favorite dish there? “Penne Rosa” Why do you like to go there? “It’s delicious and really nice. I go there once a week on my lunch break.” 1 East Carmel Drive Carmel, I46032 587-8800

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necessary  Smoking: Not permitted Hours: Closed Sundays Monday – Saturday: Open at 5:30 p.m.; seating stops at 9:30 p.m. on weeknights, 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays Address: 12901 Old Meridian St. Carmel, 46032 Phone: 844-0921

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Students at Harvard discovered that just a few ingredients, such as garlic and chopped fresh rosemary, lend a heady fragrant aroma to a humble lamb chop. An instant-read thermometer is crucial for determining when to remove the lamb from the grill (from 140 degrees for rare to 170 degrees for well done), since doneness is a matter of personal preference.Yield: 4 servings (serving size: 1 chop)

Ingredients:  • 1 mango (12 oz.), peeled and finely chopped • 1 tbsp. lime juice • 1 tbsp. orange juice • 1 1/2 tsp. orange juice • 1/4 small onion, finely chopped • 3/4 tsp. salt • 6 drops hot-pepper sauce • 2 tsp. chopped fresh cilantro • 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves (6 ounces each) • 1 tbsp. vegetable oil • 1/2 tsp. salt • 1/4 tsp. ground black pepper

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THEATRE ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

Carmel Repertory Theatre proudly presents one of the funniest and most charming plays ever written: “The Importance of Being Earnest” features diamond-bright dialogue, ridiculous yet recognizable characters and a wildly improbable plot. The script teems with classic farcical elements that often teeter precariously on the brink of genteel slapstick The play will performed at University High School through June 27. University High School is located at 2825 W. 116th Street in Carmel. Performances are June 25 and 26 at 8 p.m., and June 27 at 2:30 p.m. General admission is $15 with group rates available for $10. Please call 767-3973 for more information.

‘Speech and Debate’

The Phoenix Theatre of Indianapolis announces the Indiana Premiere of “Speech & Debate.” Written by Stephen Karam, this play runs through June 27 in the Frank & Katrina Basile Theatre at the Phoenix. Sex, secrets and performance-art video blogs with a George Michael beat – just another typical day when you’re a teenage outcast in Salem, Oregon. Solomon, Diwata and Howie are not the typical high school debate team. For more information about any Phoenix productions or to purchase tickets, call the Phoenix Theatre box office at 635-PLAY (7529). Tickets may also be purchased online at www.phoenixtheatre.org. 

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On June 25 and 26 at Westfield High School, the White River Ballet Company will host “Alice in Wonderland.” For more information, call 773-2105.

FAMILY The 2010 Summer Family Concert Series at the Gazebo began June 2 and will continue on Wednesday evenings through Aug. 4 at the Gazebo at Carmel Civic Square. All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. and last approximately 75 minutes. For a complete listing of the concert dates and performers, visit the Gazebo concerts page at www.carmel.in.gov.

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At 6:30 p.m. June 26, the symphonic band of East 91st Street Christian Church will present its annual patriotic concert in the Sanctuary. This event is free and suitable for all ages. For more information, contact Carolyn Lorenzoni at 849-1261 or carolynl@East91st. org.

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. June 24 – T Splurge June 25 – Lemon Wheel June 26 – Joseph Daniel Band

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. June 25-26: Marvin Hamlisch. July 2-4: Star Spangled Symphony with fireworks. July 9-10: John Denver interpreter Jim Curry.

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DISPATCHES » Bad alcohol in hair – Some alcohols – such as cetyl, cetearyl, and stearyl – are actually moisturizing. But others – like denatured, propanol, propyl, and isopropyl – should be avoided. The latter are used for hold and control, but they are also very drying. Better options for 40+ hair, which is often drier due to a dip in its natural oils, are products that contain moisturizing alcohols and hair-strengthening proteins. Another strand-saving tip: Consider applying a leave-in conditioner on a regular basis, especially if you use heated tools like a curling or flat iron. -www.prevention.com » Calcium at every age – Calcium reduces your risk of osteoporosis, but you don’t have to wait until menopause to start watching how much you need. Kids need about 1,500 milligrams of calcium a day until they hit puberty. Adults ages 15 to 50 are fine with about 1,000 milligrams a day, but older people, especially postmenopausal women, need to go back up to 1,500 milligrams daily. -www.health.com

A simple way to immensely improve your skin COMMENTARY By Dr. Jodie Harper & Dr. Angela Corea Exfoliation is a process in which dead cells on the surface of the skin are sloughed away, revealing new, healthy skin cells. Exfoliation occurs naturally, but as we age, cellular turnover slows down, giving skin a dull appearance.  Oily skin has difficulty exfoliating on its own, because oil in the skin causes the dead cells to stick together. When the skin is dry, dead skin accumulates quickly, creating a thick, dry shell.  There are many manual methods of exfoliation that can help increase cell turnover. Adding these simple exfoliation treatments to your skincare regimen can make a big difference.  Over time, regular exfoliation may reduce the appearance of fine lines and large pores. Your skin will have a youthful, healthy glow.  Manual methods include cleansing with a washcloth or a gentle motorized brush, such as the Clarisonic. Treatments like facials and Vibradermabrasion are also good options. Topical methods of exfoliation like chemical peels and products like prescription-strength Tretinoin (Retin-A) and Alpha-hydroxy acids are also very effective. 

The truth about sodium Commentary By Lance Goyke Ever remember hearing sodium is bad for you?  Yeah … they were wrong.  Maybe they were playing some sick joke on you. Some friend they are. I suppose it’s possible they just didn’t know better, because the entire myth originated with food companies touting their products as “low sodium” to make them appear healthy without any actual scientific evidence.  In fact, that just may have been the best marketing strategy in the history of America. The claim is that sodium increases blood pressure. Well, it does, but only temporarily, because it makes your blood retain more water, increasing the volume of your blood. It’s not a permanent problem.  Sodium, commonly referred to as salt, is an electrolyte. These electrolytes are very important for someone when they encounter a long bout of sweating. All athletes need sufficient levels of electrolytes. Another well-known electrolyte is potassium. The two interact together, so too little of either, as you could imagine, would be detrimental.  Your water and electrolyte levels are self-regulated by being secreted in urine. However, there are a few occasions when you should limit your sodium intake: genetic predisposition (which your doctor should inform you about) and high

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blood pressure from other factors (i.e. you’re too unhealthy).  High blood pressure is commonly associated with many other symptoms, as a result of obesity. If your health is already poor, a higher blood volume (from higher sodium intake) will only worsen your problems. It could potentially turn atherosclerosis into a full-blown stroke. My suggestion? Exercise, eat healthfully, and cook with salt, because it brings flavor to everything. Don’t deprive yourself of something that used to be traded ounce for ounce with gold!  Lance Goyke is an exercise science student at IUPUI and has been studying fitness and nutrition for years. Contact him at ljgoyke@ iupui.edu for any questions, concerns or coaching.

Some of the benefits of exfoliating: • Skin appears more radiant. • The appearance of fine lines and wrinkles is reduced. • Pores are unclogged. • Skin stays healthy, helping to prevent break-outs. • Absorption of skin-care products is improved. • Moisture retention is improved. • Skin feels soft and smooth. Exfoliation is an important step in any skin care regimen, but if you’re using methods that are too aggressive for your skin type, you could be risking your skin’s health. Talk to your skincare professional about which type and what frequency of exfoliation is best for your skin type.  Dr. Jodie R. Harper is boardcertified in internal medicine, geriatrics and wound care. Dr. Angela Corea is board certified in internal medicine. They are the medical directors at ClarityMD. They can be reached at info@claritymd.com or 317-571-8900.

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Cleanse and detox for a healthier you COMMENTARY By Laura Marenco When your body is full of toxins – and in most cases it is – you may experience side effects, including lethargy, achiness, a fatigued mind and/or a low energy level. To prevent build up of toxins, you may elect to follow a detox diet, preferably once or twice a year along with a good quality herbal cleansing supplement – if your physician agrees. It has shown to be a good way to get back in tune with your body and give your internal systems a reset to allow them to work at their best. The human body constantly is working to eliminate toxins through the lungs, kidneys, digestive system and particularly the liver. Every minute of every day a properly functioning liver eliminates small amounts of toxins, heavy metals, bacteria and other impurities from the blood before returning it to circulation. If the impurities are not bound by fiber, they may be subject to re-absorption and recirculation by your body, ending up where they started, and therefore leaving you no better off.  Trapping and binding toxins secreted through bile for transport from the body is crucial for effective support of the body’s internal detoxification and cleansing functions. A cleanse program assists the body’s

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natural “sweeping” process by providing fiber and herbal supplements to trap and move toxins through the digestive tract and sweep the colon of accumulated waste. Most cleanse programs are a 10-day process and should be paired with a healthy diet, including simple and light meals along with fresh fruit and vegetables. Performing a body cleanse also can be a great way to jumpstart weight loss and boost metabolism, as it can get your digestive organs functioning at peak performance again. Internal organs will work more optimally with the removal of excess waste, and studies have found that the body will become more efficient and can improve the way it transports fat from cells for energy. A cleanse program can help you achieve weight loss, improve energy and enhance nutrient absorption, and it can prevent easy fatigability, headaches and other somatic pains. Perform a body cleanse from time to time, and you can achieve optimal health and functioning in no time. Laura Marenco is a certified personal trainer and nutritional advisor for PointBlank Nutrition. You may e-mail her at laura@ pointblanknutrition.com.

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Infant massage an important bonding technique COMMENTARY By Sally Feldman Healthy touch is a key element in promoting essential bonding between children and their parents. Massaging your baby enhances the emotional bond with your child and can calm him down, improve sleep patterns and help soothe their stomach. It’s also a wonderful way to share special time with the new addition to your family. When? Choose a point when you are relaxed and unhurried and won’t be interrupted. Don’t plan to massage your baby when he has a full stomach or is hungry.  How? Make sure you are comfortable. Sit on the floor or on the bed, or put your baby on your lap. Lay your baby on his back on a terry towel since first you’ll massage the front of your baby, then the back. The room should be warm (75 degrees if possible). Talk to or sing to your baby. You both might also enjoy some soothing music in the background. With what?  Natural oils are the best, such as almond oil. Warm a few drops in your hands before beginning.  A few notes of warning: Don’t use oil on

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There’s nothing better than a satisfying backyard transformation Commentary By Randy Sorrell This wonderful Carmel family hoped to transform an outlived backyard space housing a large play set in a sea of mulch into a small escape that family and friends could casually enjoy. A formal house nestled in a quasi-woodland setting presented a fantastic opportunity to develop a retreat in partnership with nature, yet explored the modern elements often found in our Hamilton County neighborhoods. Phase 1 provided a stunning update to the premium pressure-treated deck by opening up the space with stylish black aluminum spindles, wider transition steps and a redesigned floor plan. While we prefer lively synthetics, this project reminded me of the virtues of real wood. Horizontally inspired facia breaks up the cavernous void under the second story deck, which the climbing hydrangea is quickly consuming. Hidden access doors open to an appreciated storage area. Phase 2 centered on the natural lower living area with an Indiana limestone seat wall boldly retaining the woods edge. Natural fieldstone boulders serve to break up the wall and provide a little drama. We debated the patio floor surface for a few weeks and eventually embraced an edgy, compacted dusty limestone material framed by an informal tumbled brick paver. You’ve likely seen this cost-friendly surface employed on the Broad Ripple canal walk-

time to relax and time to play. They are making the most of summer. Making the most of life. Incredible outdoor living spaces can do that. 

ALERT: Remember those irritating maple seedlings / helicopters consuming our mulch beds in May? They have a tendency to slip through gutter protection devices and enter downspout extensions that may become clogged, causing water to back up and spill into the foundation or basement. Check yours to make certain they don’t end up like the photo. Bummer: It’s real, it’s mine.  ing paths and in the formal garden paths of the IMA. It is equally comfortable in each. Creating the right vibe is always a primary ambition and the result of careful planning.  The recessed fire feature edged with the repeated

Knock out hosta-munching slugs with a ‘substantial’ leaf COMMENTARY By Holly Funk During the early months of summer, a hosta enthusiast might think: Am I gardening? Or feeding slugs? Unlike feeding birds, feeding slugs is rather disheartening. Large holes in the delicate leaves of hostas absolutely spoil their appearance. Funny how the size of the holes is directly proportionate to the size of each fat and happy slug in your garden, huh? Hostas thrive in a shady, moist environment, as do slugs. And because their leaves are so close to the soil surface, they’re extremely susceptible to damage. Through the night, slugs feed their slimy way through our gardens and that makes it hard to hand pick them because gardeners are sleeping. Some people swear by jar lids filled with beer sunk into the soil surface, but I can’t help thinking “Waste beer on dreadful slugs? Why should they have all the fun?” Or, I’ve heard using a vinegar solution twice in May, which kills young slugs. But I’ve found that the key to slug-free hostas is the careful selection of resistant varieties. Some varieties resist damage and it’s all in the substance of the leaf. Note that some hosta leaves are more sub-

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stantial than other, more papery-leaved hostas. There is a distinct difference. Blue-leaf hostas, which are really a gray-green color, (gardeners love to say blue when it’s clearly not, like we’re colorblind) typically have a thicker, more substantial leaf. Some great blues are Elegans, Halcyon and Love Pat, all of which resist slug damage. Blue hostas prefer denser shade than yellow leaf hostas, which can actually tolerate quite a bit of sun. Several yellow hostas have substantial leaves like Sum and Substance. See, substance is even in the name. Also check out Sunpower. You’ll be pleased. Besides keeping slugs at bay, these hostas are a carefree and hardy garden plant. You can divide and share them, and some of them have incredibly fragrant flowers. Look to the large white flowers for fragrance, as the lavender flowers are less fragrant. And enjoy gardening again…without feeding the slugs. Holly Funk is an Indiana accredited horticulturist and advanced master gardener residing in Noblesville. Email your gardening woes (or wisdom) to hollyfunk75@yahoo.com.

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Everyone tell 10 people COMMENTARY By David Cain Recently, I shared a link from a campaign on Facebook. I had received an e-mail around a political issue in which the goal was to get a petition signed. The e-mail was sent to 3,500 people. With each send, the open rate of the email decreased. The number of visitors to the companion Web site also slowly dwindled as did the number of people signing the petition.    After a month, I clicked the “share” button in the email message I had received.  I shared the message, which dropped a link with a comment, into my Facebook account. I’ve only got 150 friends in Facebook, and I’m not active with this network. Still, I had 16 “friends” comment on the link and comment on my simple message that accompanied the link, “If you live in Indiana, you should check this out.”  All this activity occurred within 30 minutes of sharing the link. All ages responded, from my 21-year-old sister-in-law to my 76-year-old father. It’s also worth noting that not all of the comments were positive. Two people disagreed and presented an opposing viewpoint.      The next day I checked the Web site statistics and during the hour I shared the link, which was several days after I got the e-mail, there was a spike of 10 additional unique visits and

10 new signatures on the petition. Sixteen of my friends made comments and 10 visited and signed. All this activity sparked by one 42-year-old sharing a link in one social network where he has 150 friends. What if 50 people did that? What if instead of sending an email to 3,500 people we simply asked the 250 people affiliated with the campaign to share the link in all their social networks?    That is “the network effect.” People want to connect with people and they believe other people most. A first-person voice is always preferred to a company message. And while not everyone is interested in social networks, these networks and the network effect can’t be ignored. Everyone’s heard of them and that alone makes them influential.    Facebook for me is a lot like church. I don’t go there as often as I should and I’m certainly not as active as I should be, but it appears I still have a relationship with the people I know there. 

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MONEY MATTERS Do you give your kids an allowance and if so, how much? “No, however, Spencer is looking to earn money after he lost a couple things. So we are beginning to.” Stacy Burns Westfield

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The Great Harvest Bread Company is offering a fresh start to summer with its old-fashioned bread and a communityoriented hangout. The bakery, which opened on July 11 on Old Meridian Street, is best known for its homemade, natural breads and aims to teach customers the benefits of whole grain. Each freshly baked loaf  has five natural ingredients, no preservatives, and “nothing you can’t pronounce.” Great Harvest’s open layout allows customers to see the bread making process and watch as the bakers mill the wheat, knead the dough, and handcraft each loaf. Great Harvest also offers sandwiches, sweets, and a place to sit and enjoy the atmosphere and the company of others. The Carmel location, which is part of the Great Harvest franchise that has been operating for 30 years, was started by Mark Lubin, who has spent over 20 years in the food industry, and his wife Dia, previously a stay-at-home mom. Though the bread will sweeten up summer, the Lubins hope their family-friendly bakery will also provide a sense of community.

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No, I don't know, OK? COMMENTARY By Brandie Bohney There’s a speaking trend going on right now that I dislike. It’s common among teenagers and young adults. The trend is this: After stating something amazing, weird, fascinating, obscure or otherwise interesting, the speaker waits for a response from the audience – oral or visual – and then adds, “I know, right?”  Do you hear that? It’s me pounding my head against the desk in front of me.  This probably shouldn’t irritate me to the level that it does, but it reminds me of an interesting language phenomenon most prevalent among women: asking permission for requests and other statements.  Let me explain. How many times have you heard someone make a request or a statement, and then follow it with, “OK?”? For example, “I need you to clean your room, OK?” No, not OK. The problem here is that the statement isn’t a question or an option. It’s a requirement. But if you add the “OK?” to the end, it becomes an option. And it’s a weak way of communicating.    The same is true with, “I know, right?” It’s almost like asking permission for the story to be amazing or funny or ridiculous or whatever: “I know it’s amazing/funny/ridiculous, don’t I?” More appropriate would be something along the lines of, “Can you imagine that?” or “Isn’t that awful/hilarious/crazy?”  Unlike the “OK?” issue, “I know, right?”

seems to be widely used by members of both genders. Normally, this type of wishy-washy language is used most frequently by girls and women because of some underlying thinking that it’s more feminine to ask rather than state what you need. While it may be considered, in certain circumstances, more polite to ask for things (“Would you pass me the sugar, please?”), when you need something, it’s not impolite to just state it (“Dan, please make 10 copies of these brochures.”). Adding “OK?” is totally unnecessary, and it cripples the request.  Men tend to have fewer problems using strong language (and I’m not talking about swearing here, folks) because they are, in general, raised with the idea that strength is tantamount to masculinity, so that rubs off in the way they speak. Next time you’re at a restaurant with a mixed-gender group, listen to how men and women order their food. Men tend to state what they want (“I’ll have the surf and turf ”), and women tend to ask for what they want (“Could I have a Caesar salad, please?”).   In any case, I’d like to see “I know, right?” eliminated from the vernacular of, well, everyone.    Brandie Bohney is a grammar enthusiast and former English teacher. If you have a grammarrelated question, please email her at bbthegrammarguru@gmail.com.

Why do parents overindulge? COMMENTARY By Becky Kapsalis The Bredehoft-Clarke research group asserts that when we overindulge our kids we are showing signs of neglect that causes them distress later in their adult life. If we believe this to be true, why would we overindulge our kids?  The following quiz can offer us some clues. See which ones you feel are true and which ones are false. Mark them with a “T” or “F.” I overindulge my kids because … 1. It relieves my feelings of guilt for neglecting them and/or their feelings. 2. I was overindulged as a child. 3. It masks my favoritism. 4. I fear confrontation or rejection and want to “smooth things over” for them. 5. I see it as a way of controlling my children. 6. I want to project a certain image of my kids. 7. I’m competing with my spouse, partner or grandparents over control of my child. 8. I feel I lack the parenting skills to set limits. 9. I want to be fair. 10. I need to take the path of least resistance. 11. I need to get them off my back; it’s a

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Gimme that old-time religion COMMENTARY By Bob Walters It’s funny what people do with freedom. Among the topics covered today in standard U.S. History high school text books is the Second Great Awakening, the Evangelical Christian movement in America’s first 50 years or so from the late 1700s into the mid-1800s. Remembering that the U.S. Constitution was written in 1787, ratified in 1788, and took full effect in 1789, it’s interesting to note that historians typically date the start of the Second Great Awakening as 1790. FYI, the “First Great Awakening” in America was circa 1740, led by philosopher and scientist Jonathan Edwards. His phenomenal grasp of Christian intellectual and spiritual pursuits, and his prolific writing, are often overshadowed by one exceptionally famous yet (for him) highly atypical sermon, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” That sermon has been used ever since, oxymoronically it seems, to scare people into the secure and loving arms of Jesus Christ. Christ didn’t die because God was mad at us; Christ died because God loved us (John 3:16), and Edwards knew that. It’s more illuminating to read Edwards’ less famous works (15 volumes worth), but I digress. Back to 1790, the Second Great Awakening, and a new government created by “We the people, in order to form a more perfect union.” Perhaps the first full, free cultural expression of

America’s newly ordained citizenry was to get God into the act. For all the hue and cry and debate about whether the United States of America is a “Christian country,” at its founding (1770s and 1780s) only a small minority, perhaps only 10 percent, of the Colonial population belonged to a mainline Protestant church – the Anglicans, the Puritan Congregationalists, Presbyterians Lutherans, etc. The organized Protestant churches, remember, were part of the British tyranny and European establishment from which the Colonies were trying to free themselves. Belonging to a church, we infer, was not the fashion. Believing in God, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, however, was demonstrably pervasive in American culture. To that point, it is telling that the U.S. Constitution’s “We the people” Preamble quoted above, included the action phrase, “and (to) secure the blessings of Liberty on ourselves and our Posterity.” America thus began, and an awakened, free people understood Liberty to be a blessing from God. Political and cultural freedom, united with personal faith in God, proceeded to storm across the American landscape. Bob Walters (www.believerbob. blogspot.com, email rlwcom@aol. com) contemplates America and has no doubt “God shed His grace on thee.” More next week.

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DISPATCHES » Secret to a self-pedi – Want to give yourself a perfect pedicure? Try this: • Remove polish, then soak feet in a warm foot soak for 10 minutes. • Clip toenails straight across even with end of toe, the file to round edges a bit. • Rub rough spots with a pumice, massage with exfoliating scrub and rinse. • Smooth with a rich foot cream. • Dip the brush into your polish, and wipe off excess. Place brush in the middle of your nail at the cuticle line, and pull it toward the tip. Repeat on the sides, adding more polish, if needed. Finish with a top coat to prevent chips. -living.health.com » Some style tips for every age – Want a good idea for your age group? Try these from Harper’s Bazaar: • 20s – Amp up classic black and white with electric azure accessories. • 30s – Shade of pink to make every ensemble pop. • 40s – Go with lively patterns and organic staples. • 50s – Festive prints paired with cool camel pieces. • 60s – Try eccentric prints in primary colors. • 70s – Work in a rosy must-have. -www.harpersbazaar.com

Commentary By Vicky Earley Ah, Paris! It is the quintessential city of haute couture, the birthplace of style, and the incubator for trends. Maison et Objet, the Parisian home decor trade show, is, undoubtedly, the debutante ball for fashion and design momentum. Attendance at this show is high on my bucket list, but I must live vicariously for now and simply glean information about the introductions that will eventually cross the pond – from sources who did attend. It appears the big color story was in the blue family. Pale baby blue to deep shades of indigo indicated a cooler direction for spring/summer. Turquoise is still strong in shades, ranging from soft shades of robin’s egg blue to deep-saturated, gem-like turquoise. Green has gone chartreuse, while the pale orchid and lavender shades, which have been testing the water for the past six months, are gaining a foothold. All of these tones are being served against a background of grey for a cool summer palette. Scale took the stage with size and impact. Even the most traditional pattern, when morphed into over-sized scale, provided drama. Exceptionally large floral, plaids and damasks stole the show. Stacking and layering was spotted everywhere at Maison et Objet, offering a “Princess and the Pea” fairytale-like feel to home decor. The global nature of news and culture has impacted the path

of design. The reports shared that details such as beading, bottle caps, recycled wire and screen-printed native prints were making their way onto furniture, accessories and hand-woven baskets. The fusion of India and pop culture was another direction seen on pillows with photographic images of street scenes and detailed embroidery in updated circles and swirls. Gardening in urban settings is a trend supported with terrariums and vertical hanging planters. Not a stick of stained wood could be found in the 3,000 showrooms of this international interior style show. Raw and reclaimed wood finishes, bleached woods and painted woods were the foundation pieces. All the finishes, even the painted ones, had a grey-washed undertone. Linen and hand woven textiles were found used for everything from upholstery to bedding. There was elegance in the simple nature of these fabrics, especially when adorned with monograms and embroidered motifs. While some of these trends have been spotted in the U.S., some are still in the infancy stages. Regardless, it is safe to consider the Maison Object Trade show as a crystal ball of our interior design future. As always, trends a just that: trends. Take them as a hint of an overall direction, but never a substitute for beauty and good taste.

Vicky Earley is the principal designer for Artichoke Designs in downtown Carmel. If you have an interior design question, please contact artichokedesigns@aol. com.

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Jim Burrell and his wife Joyce have been Carmel residents for over 34 years. They have watched Carmel grow and evolve and are proud to be a part of the ever-changing landscape. JIM Burrell As a member of the Rotary Club of Carmel, Jim has been an active volunteer with CarmelFest since the

Rotary first became involved as the facilitators of the Festival. This year, Jim is serving as CarmelFest Traffic & Parking Director. His primary focus is working on shuttle service for the festival. As Jim put it, “We want everyone to be able to get to and from the celebration safely and comfortably”. When asked what he enjoys most about Carmelfest, “I enjoy the entire event; it is a great celebration and a truly happy event for me, my family, and this community”.

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carMelFeSt:cIvIl War re-enactorS caMPground It has been 145 years since generals Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant signed the unconditional surrender at Appomattox, Va., in April 1865, officially ending the American Civil War. In that horrible four-year conflict, more than 600,000 soldiers died defending their states, their beliefs and their honor. This civil conflict impacted every facet of American history and culture. It is such an ingrained part of our heritage that it continues almost every weekend somewhere in the United States through living history re-enactors. Back by popular demand, the Civil War re-enactors will once again

set up camp at CarmelFest. Units representing the Union and the Confederacy will be in uniform and in character. While these are re-enactor units, they represent actual regiments in the war. These men have full-time jobs, and are not paid for their avocations as reenactors. They purchase their own authentic replicas of uniforms, equipment and weapons, and often wear the facial hair and haircuts that were used by their forefathers in the actual conflicts. A little known fact about our

state’s role in the Civil War is that Indiana had more volunteers for the Union than any other state. In addition, there were 47 Medal of Honor winners from Indiana, including Captain William W. Kendall, of the 49th. The Civil War re-enactors are please to be returning to CarmelFest. Their encampment area will be set up just east of City Hall on the grounds of our good friends at Marketing Services of Indiana. Make sure you drop by and visit with them, and experience a little of our Hoosier heritage. They will be happy to offer you a sample of fire-roasted coffee and piece of hard-tack. For more information visit www.carmelfest.net.

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you can support the Carmelfest fireworks display by purchasing colorful Spark buttons. two types are available: the traditional Spark buttons for $3 each and the new, light-up Spark buttons for $6 each. Spark buttons are available through the Carmel rotary Club from select merchants in the Carmel arts & design district, at the Saturday Carmel farmers’ Market, and at Wednesday night Gazebo concerts.

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CarmelFest 2010 will take place on Sunday, July 4, from noon to 10:30 p.m. and on Monday, July 5, from Noon to 10:30 pm at Carmel Civic Square. Mark your calendars for the parade and fireworks on Monday, July 5. “The St.Vincent Heart Center of Indiana Parade” is set for 10:30 a.m. Look to the skies on Monday evening at 9:45 pm for the “B105.7 Fireworks Spectacular Launched by Firestone”. The fireworks display will be simulcast to music on soft rock B105.7 FM.

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L6119 .................NOW 30,115 ‘08 LEXUS RX LEXUS CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED ‘07 LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS $ $ AWD SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOW . 28,010 you don’t have a yellow legal lack of sophistication, wonder$ 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 INSPECTION ALL: YOUR OWN. $ BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND NEW!W/OPTIONS! 42K MILES!101298A P6091...........NOW 32,140 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 ‘08 LEXUS LS460 L SILVER 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 LEXUS LEXUS IS250 pad you can upload to. You ing why I don’t link my iPad to ‘07 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 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 have a dental appointment, but my Droid or upload Facebook 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 ‘09 AWD, LEXUS IS250 ‘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 don’t try to cancel. They get to my iPhone. Maybe download ‘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 $ 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 very grumpy about reschedul‘08 DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 my LinkedIn data to the iPod. I 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 TOM WOOD SELECT $ ‘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/ ing. Enjoy your root canal. warranty.* So if............................................. you’re considering a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, we invite have no idea if what I just said ‘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 toONLY 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 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 39K NOW ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S W/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 You also have a golf date makes any sense, but I do know 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 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 W/BLACK BLACK W/BL ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S$ $22,935 $ $ LEXUS RX350 $ $ SILVER W/BLACK LE more, visit LexusCPO.com. ‘09 LEXUS IS250 BLACK W/TAN LEATHER AND LIKE NEW! ................................................... NOW $AND 17,988 GOLD W/TAN ANDTL JUSTTYPE 17KAND MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW $25,995 27,595 ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRV EX WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 AWD BLACK W/BL CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW 16,988 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER JUST 39K MILES! .............................. NOW ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA S with Greg at noon on June 18. AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988 $ $ I have a tee time at noon. It’s on $ $ 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 $ $ $ $ $ ‘04 RX330 ONLY AT YOUR LEXUS DEALER ‘06 LEXUS ES330 He’s an ex-cop. Maybe you can$ ‘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 my list. When someone designs BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER AND FACTORY‘08 NAV! GOLD P6077A..............NOW 24,640 $$LEXUS ‘08 LEXUS IS250 ‘06 LEXUS GX470 ONLY AT YOUR DEALER ‘06 WHITE LEXUS 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/IVORYES330 LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW $22,935 ‘07 VW GTILEATHER ‘05 DODGE 2500 SLT AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW $33,550 $ $$20,995 $$34,770WHITE W/IVORY L about whatANDyou do inP6088...........................NOW your free time. He’d 22,935 a legal pad with a USB port, we can talk about WHITEchat 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 W/IVORY LEATHER CHROMES! 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 ‘04 LEXUS RX330 BLACK W/PLAID AND‘09 ONLY ..................................................... 19,998 LARAMIE CREW CAB 23K MILES! CUMMINS! 101020A................... LEXUS ES350 ‘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 get W/IVORY a kick out of that. And you need to get my $ LEXUS RX350 this again. ‘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 LEATHER AND FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW $24,640 $ $ $ 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 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 BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER AND FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 LEXUS CERTIFIED ‘07 AUDI A4 2.0T QUATTRO ‘07 BMW 550I wife a wedding anniversary gift. It’s our 30th. WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND ONLY 14K MILES! LDR483.............NOW 34,788 Several years ago, my wife squeezed in a‘07 few LEXUS $ $ $ ‘06 ANNIVERSARY LEXUS G $ DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA R ‘07 LEXUS IS250 ES350 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 $$ $24,995 4610 E. St. | Indianapolis ‘06 LEXUS G AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ONLY 27K 10672A......NOW 27,988 $ ‘08 LEXUS SC340 ‘07 LEXUS ES350 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 31K MILES! ............................. NOW 24,995 CHARCOAL W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 33K MILES! ......................... NOW 35,995 ‘06 LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 $16,995 should have book year. You $27,435 W/GRAY AND SHARP!LEATHER JUST 43KAND MILES! ............................................. NOW ANNIVERSARY EDITIO ‘08 RED LEXUS RX350 extra chores when she found the list on my desk,BLACKYou 4610 E. 96th St. | Indianapolis AWD BLACK W/BLACK ONLY 27K MILES! 10672A......NOW 27,988 W/IVORY LEATHER ANDstolen JUST 35Kmy MILES! P6105last ...................NOW WHITE W/IVORY LEA $ $ $ BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 36K ONLY MILES! P6108.............NOW ‘06 WHITE LEXUS ES330 ‘08 AWD LEXUS IS250 $35,160 W/IVORY LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 BLACKMILES! W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11K NOW MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550WHITE W/IVORYTL SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND 24K 101095A... 47,688 ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 LEA $ AND ONLY $ ‘07 ACURA 4610 E. 96th St. | Indianapolis $ BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER 36K MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550 could have gotten away with a cheap scarf. $ 774-7738 ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA which is why the next day I went to Shelbyville (888) ‘07 LEXUS IS250 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 ‘04 LEXUS RX330 ‘09 LEXUS ES350 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS R CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY INTHE SUN! ................. NOW W/BLACK TL LEA 4610 E.AND96th St.LDR483.............NOW | Indianapolis $ 29K MILES! ‘06 LEXUS GX470 AWD W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUSTFUN 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOW .$$16,988 28,010 $ LEXUS LS460 L SILVER $ (888) 774-7738 ‘07 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 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER ONLY 14K MILES! 34,788 AND ONLY MILES! INTHE SUN! ................. NOW W/BLACK LEA $ 29KCERTIFIED ‘06 LEXUS GX470 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 27Kspeech MILES! 10672A......NOW LEXUS PRE-OWNED AWD W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUSTFUN 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ NOW .$16,988 28,010 $ You also have a breakfast at a retire- $27,988 $ to make a speech to the Rotary Club, checked AWD 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 CR (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 $ $ ‘07 LEXUS ES350 www.tomwoodlexus.com ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CR (888) 774-7738 BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 $17,988 IS250 ‘08 BLACK LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS ES350 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND$LIKE JUST 42K MILES! 101182A..................... NOW 35,430 W/BLACK LEATHER ANDTHE ONLY 36KMOST MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160LEXUS ment home. Sorry to make you get up so early, $ BLACK W/TAN LEATHER AND NEW! ................................................... W/TAN AND L JUS my list and came home to mow the lawn,‘07 then LEXUS 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 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 JUS PREPARED TO PASS DEMANDING ‘07 LEXUS ‘06L6119 LEXUS GX470 AWD 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 but will LEATHER give you more in the AWD RED W/IVORY LEATHER AND 40KINSPECTION MILES! L6139.............. ‘07 VW RA OF YOUR 35,605 OWN. $ ‘05 DODGE drove back 30 miles to Shelbyville to eat lunch. ‘06 LEXUS GX470 SILVERthat W/BLACK W/JUST 34Ktime MILES!later 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 ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 ‘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 ANDcars. CHROMES! LEXUS GS450H ‘08 LEXUS RX350 ‘08 LEXUS S day to ES350 break into AndP6088...........................NOW don’t get any bright$$22,935 AWD BLACK W/BLACK W/JUST 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A ..... NOW 31,910 It seemed odd at the time, but that’s what‘08 the LEXUS ‘07 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 $ $ AWD SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ! L6095 ........ONLY NOW .24K 28,010 ‘08 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 BLUE 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/IVORYabout LEATHER AND ONLY 38K MILES! L6119 NOW ‘04 BLUE LEXUS RX330 doconfidently we. WHITE EachW/IVORY vehicle is meticulously scrutinized and reconditioned somile we ‘07 LEXUS RX350 ideas committing a heist at ................. the senior cot-$30,115 LEATHER AND MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160 $ NEW INSIDE ANDso can back them withONLY a three-year/100,000 total vehicle ‘09 LEXUS ES350 list said. I never question my list. $ 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 ANDlocks FACTORY P6077A..............NOW 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 $24,640 ‘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 tages. There are onNAV! every door......By the $ warranty.* So ifW/BLACK you’re considering a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle, we The list I create each evening often contains 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 AND FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 SILVER LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE AND OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 $ W/GRAY LEATHER ANDsix LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A NOW BREAKWATER W/GRAY AND MILES! P6091...........NOW 32,140 $31,910 ‘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 ES350 W/GRAY LEATHER LOADED W/OPTIONS! 101298A .....NOW SILVER W/BLACK ‘09 IS250 $ ONLY ‘08 LEXUS SILVER 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 550LLL way, this placeAND is way out in the boonies. But $31,910 weightier obligations that I first note in my SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY AND ONLYmore, 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 ‘07 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 $ $ BLACKyou’ll W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35Kmy MILES! P6105 ...................NOW $32,140 27,435 find it.AND You have GPS, remember? BREAKWATER W/GRAY LIKE NEW! 42K MILES! P6091...........NOW Week-at-a-Glance, a standard calendar that, 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 Finally, I have a AND humor column deadline $57,970 incredibly, costs $39.95 at most office supply AWD, SMOKEY GRANITE‘06 W/GRAY LEATHER AND JUST 13K MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. AND 32,988 LEXUS GX470 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER 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 JUST27K 13KMILES! MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. $32,988 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 42K MILES! 101182A.....................NOW $35,430 every Sunday atLEATHER noon. up with stores. I’ve had one every year since college, and AWD, TOM WOOD SELECT SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER ANDTry JUST to 13K come MILES! LDR488 .....NOW .. 32,988 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 42K MILES! 101182A..................... $ TOM WOOD SELECTNOW 35,430 ‘07 LEXUS IS250 ‘08 LEXUS RX350 clever and original. For! L6095 example, this I have no intention of giving it up for someAWDsomething SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 34K MILES ........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 week I ES350 wrote about how you broke into my car. LEXUS thing that requires charging. I do wish I had ‘08 LEXUS 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 ANNIVERSARY EDIT ‘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 LEATHER AND JUST 39K MILES! .............................. NOW 25,995 ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S $ hope readers find Even if I didn’t. bought several calendars each January back in BLUEIW/IVORY $ ‘06 CHARCOAL LEXUS ES330 ‘08 SILVER LEXUS IS250 $MILES! .............................. NOW $$25,995 ‘07 LEXUS LS460 ‘08 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA T LEATHER AND ONLYthat 38K funny. MILES! L6119 ................. NOW 30,115 W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUNEX-L INTHE SUN! ................. NOW $16,988 W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 39K ‘08 HONDA ACCORD ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRV EX $ ‘06 LEXUS ES330 ‘08 LEXUS IS250 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE AND OUT! 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW 22,935 ‘08 DODGE MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 $ AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11K MILES! P6110.........NOW 33,550 FORD MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA $$ ‘08 DODGE LEXUS GX470 $ NOW $$27,595 CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUNOUT! INTHE SUN! ................. NOW SILVER W/BLACK T L $ $$16,988 W/TAN LEATHER AND W/ LIKE ................................................... NOW 17,988 GOLD W/TAN AND JUST 17K MILES! ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA CRV EX P6033B....................................... SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND LIKE NEW INSIDE AND 101174A ...................NOW 38,100 the ’60s and ‘70s when they were really cheap, WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND NEW! CHROMES! P6088...........................NOW ‘08 MAGNUM ‘08 MAZDA RX-8 AWD BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER W/JUST 11KNOW MILES! P6110.........NOW BLACK TAN LEATHER AND LIKE NEW!........ ...................................... 17,688 $ 22,935 $ 33,550 $ ‘04 BLACK LEXUS RX330 ‘08 RED LEXUS ‘09 LEXUS W/GRAY ANDGX470 SHARP! JUST 43K MILES!W/OPTIONS! ............................................. NOW 16,995 ANNIVERSARY EDITION W/JUST 19K L6003C........................... NOW CHARCOAL W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHEGOLD SUN! ................. NOW 16,988 $31,910 $25,485 BLACK W/TAN LEATHER AND LIKE NEW! ................................................... NOW W/TAN ANDES350 JUST 17K MILES! P6033B....................................... NOW $27,595SILVER W/BLACK L $17,988 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND LOADED 101298A ..... NOW ‘07 VW GTI ‘05 DODGE RAM 2500 SLT $ ‘04 LEXUS RX330 BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER ANDANNIVERSARY FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW ‘09 WHITE LEXUS IS-5660388 RED W/GRAY ANDLEATHER SHARP! JUST 43K MILES!W/OPTIONS! ............................................. NOW 16,995 EDITION W/JUST 19K MILES! L6003C........................... NOW 25,485 W/IVORYES350 LEATHER AND ONLY$ 14K MILES! LDR483.............NOW $$34,788 $$24,640 ‘07 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA because apparently every five or six years, ‘08 the FORD SILVER W/GRAY AND LOADED 101298A ..... NOW 31,910 ‘08 LEXUS SC340 BLACK W/PLAID AND ONLY 24K MILES! ..................................................... NOW $19,998 LARAMIE CREW CAB 23K MILES! 101020A................... NOW 30,135 ‘07 VW GTI DODGE RAM 2500 SLT VW GTI BAMBOO W/IVORY LEATHER ANDACURA FACTORY NAV! P6077A..............NOW 24,640 IS-5660388 WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER AND CUMMINS! ONLY$ MILES! LDR483.............NOW $ 34,788 ‘07 TL TYPE S ‘07 ‘08 LEXUS ES350 HONDA ACCORD EX-L ‘08 HONDA C C SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY AND ONLY ‘05 24K 101095A....NOW 47,995 $14K ‘08MILES! LEXUS RX350 ‘07 FORD LEXUSMUSTANG RX350 CONVERTIBLE W/PLAID AND ONLY300C 24K MILES! ..................................................... NOW LARAMIE CREW CAB 23KNOW MILES! CUMMINS! 101020A................... $19,998 $ NOW $30,135GOLD W/TAN AND J $$ $$ BLACK W/TAN LEATHER ANDLEATHER LIKE NEW! ................................................... 17,988 ‘06 CHRYSLER ‘07 INFINITI M45 SPORT ‘08 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE ‘07 ACURA TL TYPE S ‘07 BLACK LEXUS ES350 BLACK W/IVORY LEATHER AND JUST 35K MILES! P6105 ...................NOW 27,435 SMOKEY GRANITE W/GRAY LEATHER AND ONLY 24K MILES! 101095A....NOW 47,995 BLACK W/ PLAID AND ONLY 24KMILES!......... ....................................... NOW 18,688 $ $ ‘08 LEXUS RX350 days of the week and the dates match again. ‘07 CHARCOAL LEXUS RX350 BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER AND ONLY 36K MILES! P6108.............NOW 35,160 W/GRAY AND ONLY 29K MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. NOW 16,988 SILVER W/BLACK LEATHER AND JUST 39K MILES! .............................. NOW 25,995 $ $ $ BLACK W/TAN LEATHER AND$20,995 LIKE NEW! ................................................... NOW 17,988 SILVER W/GRAY LEATHER AND300C ONLY 43KJUST MILES! HEMI, HEMI,P6105 HEMI!...................NOW P6094 ........ NOW BLACK W/BLACK LEATHER ANDSPORT LOADED! P6115 ................................ NOW $$34,770GOLD W/TAN AND J ‘06 CHRYSLER ‘07 INFINITI M45 Dick Wolfsie is an author, 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 MILES! FUN INTHE SUN! ................. 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 LIKE NEW! 42Kand MILES! 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 Why wasn’t I informed of this? 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 columnist, speaker. Contact ‘06 P6126............... 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NOW 27,595 $ ‘07 INFINITI $ ‘06 CHRYSLER 300C ‘08 WHITE LEXUS RX350 AUDI A4LEATHER 2.0TGOLD QUATTRO W/IVORY LEATHER AND 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 stolen from the front seat of my car. The crook WHITE W/IVORY LEATHER ONLY MILES! 101131A...........NOW 37,160BLACK W/BLACK LE $ $ $$26K SILVER W/GRAY AND300C ONLY 43K MILES! HEMI, HEMI, HEMI! P6094 ........ NOW 20,995 4610 E.AND96th 96th St. Indianapolis ‘07 LEXUS LS460 ‘08 BLUE LEXUS ES350 ‘07 VW GTI ‘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

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The World Cup is on? Hand me my vuvuzela COMMENTARY By Mike Redmond Well, the World Cup is up and running, literally. Lot of running in that game. Seems they’d get smart, strap on skates and play it on ice. Anyway, what little watching I have done has left me with the distinct impression that this soccer stuff is going to catch on, one of these days. I’m just kidding. I know soccer is the planet’s main game. I’m actually a big fan, and I like the World Cup almost as much as I like the hockey cup playoffs named for Stanley. I like the purity of soccer – this is the ball, those are your feet, over that way is the goal, have at it and try not to (a.) use your hands or (b.) kill each other. Now, I can’t say I understand everything about it. Goals, for instance. I know they’re few and far between, but is it really necessary for the guy who scores a goal to run around the stadium doing all that hugging? I’m not kidding. He kicks the ball into the net and he’s mobbed by all his teammates on the field. Then he runs over to the bench and he’s mobbed by all his teammates there. Then he goes across the field and hugs all those guys. Then he runs up in the stands and hugs Sections 107 through 121, Rows A through NN. Then he puts his shirt

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Which, now that I think about it, might be far preferable to some of the things parents shout at kiddie league games of all varieties. One of things I enjoy about the World Cup is the fact that vuvuzela players from every corner of the globe descend on it. You see every variety of human available, and a few that I suspect haven’t yet been categorized by the anthropologists. I used to work with a sports editor who made fun of soccer. If it wasn’t part of his big four – football, basketball, golf, auto racing – it was to be mocked. I guess he reasoned that the only real sports were the ones he considered American (never mind that golf originated in Scotland and race cars are worldwide).   But I also worked with a wire editor who reminded young reporters like me that most of the world is not American, not white, not male, and doesn’t speak English. He could have thrown in something about most of the world playing soccer, too, but we have the World Cup to remind us of that. Hand me my vuvuzela.

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