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Letter: Mike’s my man

Editor, Mike Delph is my state senator. I support his re-election because he stands for the rule of law and the constitution of Indiana and the United States. He supports and works hard for...

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Letter: Reinforcing sexist ideas

Editor, The Currentoon you printed in the Sept. 9 issue of Current in Carmel is damagingly misogynist, reinforcing the sexist notion that a woman is only as valuable as her modesty. The comic depicts...

Wall at Medinet Habu Showing Ramses III Battling the Sea People (Photo by Don Knebel)

Column: Medinet Habu: Philistines in Egypt

The well-preserved mortuary temple of Ramses III at Medinet Habu celebrated the pharaoh’s earthly achievements and allowed priests to nourish his soul so he could live forever as a god.  The temple is best...

Cropped Anker, Terry

Opinion: Envying aspiration

In preparation for an upcoming trip to Mumbai, the film “Slumdog Millionaire” finally made it onto my Netflix queue. It tells the story of a young, desperately unprivileged boy struggling to find his way...

Bob Walters

Column: Negotiating Communion

“… do this in remembrance of me.” – Jesus to the Disciples at the Last Supper , Luke 22:19. In life, we want the best deal. Even in church, most of the time we’re...

Cropped Fischer, Jordan

Column: How shall we slay thee?

“Why does the media keep using the word ‘slain?’ Why are they sensationalizing this story? It was just an accident!” Admittedly these questions weren’t really posed to me, but I’ve decided to co-opt them...

The Palladio Villa near Venice, Italy was designed by Andrea Palladio, and was used as inspiration for the Palladium in Carmel. (Submitted photo)

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The following question was sent to editor Sophie Pappas. If you have a question for the editor please email it to sophie@currentincarmel.com. Q: Dear editor, my first trip to the Palladium will be in...

Cropped Wolfsie, Dick

Opinion: Hunker Mentality

The magazine Stay Alive is not a veiled attempt to rejuvenate the career of the ’60s music group The Bee Gees. No, it is a periodical intended for people who are pretty darn sure...