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Josh Kaufman: Back home in Indiana 

By Tonya Burton On Aug. 14, after a family vacation to Florida, Josh Kaufman arrived at the Carmel Palladium for an interview, wearing his signature fedora, a polo shirt, and skinny jeans. “Well, it’s...

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Column: To Ginny and Herb

Dear Ginny and Herb Luzader, I hope you will forgive me for taking the liberty of writing a column with you as subjects. I beg your pardon, please, for drawing attention to your dedicated...

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Opinion: An organized community

Beheadings. Blood in the streets. Riots. Governments out of control. With the daily updates from news gathers here at home and globally, we are steeped our inhumanity to one another. Our President, commenting on...

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Column: A landscape renaissance

This delicious photo speaks volumes about the growing passion fueling luxury outdoor living. Lush landscaping adds drama to the elegant, mortared limestone walls that knits multiple terraced blue stone patios, a lanais centric fireplace...

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Column: Knowing first aid a huge assist

Commentary by Robert Blankenship, M.D. When you consider that almost one out of every three patients that enters an emergency room is there as a result of an accident, it’s clear that first aid...

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Column: Compare to or with?

Question: “I remember the imply/infer difference from an episode of “All in the Family.” Gloria is feeling intellectually inadequate relative to her over-educated husband, Meathead. She misuses one of the words (I don’t remember...

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Opinion: Habitual behavior

Mary Ellen and I have been happy together for so long that we sometimes forget how much we annoy each other, so on the trip back home from our recent vacation, it was time...

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Opinion: Too soon, candy lobbyists

So there I was, wheeling my cart merrily through the grocery store, whistling while I went on a search for enchilada sauce, when I rounded a turn at the end of an aisle and...