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Dancers from the Central Indiana Dance Ensemble practice for their Nov. 8 show at the Indiana Design Center. (Submitted photos) 0

Dance ensemble Barre-ing it all

By Joseph Knoop The Central Indiana Dance Ensemble is holding its 15th anniversary season fundraiser  with their new theme “Night at the Barre” on Nov. 8. The CIDE, a pre-professional dance ensemble and resident...

Chef Batbold Tsevegmid opened Sakana of Tokyo Bar and Sushi Restaurant at 5252 E 82nd St. Indianapolis, earlier this month. (Submitted photo) 8

Sakana of Tokyo Bar and Sushi

By Maria Leichty Earlier in October, the Sushi on the Rocks near the intersection of 82nd Street and Allisonville Road changed ownership and became Sakana of Tokyo. Owner Batbold “Bart” Tsevegmid has been in...

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2014 Indiana election results

FEDERAL Votes Percentage United States Representative–District 5 Susan Brooks (R) 41970 74.80% Shawn Denney (D) 11523 20.54% John Krom (L) 2582 4.60% STATE Secretary of State Connie Lawson (R) 39745 69.98% Karl Tatgenhorst (L)...

The bunny- themed rocking chair was done by Fran Prince, of Carmel. The “Frozen” themed chair was created by Zionsville artist Terry Gocking. (Submitted photos) 0

CHAIRish the children

The Villages, Indiana’s largest private human services organization touching the lives of some 1,400 Hoosier foster children and families each day, will host its CHAIRish the Children fundraising event from 6 to 9 p.m.,...

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Free SAT prep coming to Carmel

By Devynn Barnes It’s the great equalizer and the common denominator of every high school experience. Students can’t avoid it, but thanks to Bryan Passwater, they can conquer the SAT. Passwater, now the math...

Slick Leonard with the offending stop sign. (Photo by Adam Aasen) 13

Outcry over 126th Street stop sign

By Adam Aasen Basketball legend Bobby “Slick” Leonard used to yell at referees about blown whistles. But now the longtime Carmel resident is furious about what he says is a “bad call” made by...

Amy Kline died two years ago from uterine cancer. A scholarship through the Carmel Education Foundation will honor her legacy. (Submitted photo) 0

Wine night will honor Kline

By Terri Spilman More than 200 Friends and family of the late Amy Kline will be gathering at the Second Annual Wine Night at the Ritz Charles on Nov. 8 with the goal of...