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  • A new you

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    By Jessica R. Key   The beginning of a new year is often filled with excitement and promise. We don’t know what the future holds, but we do our best to start on the right foot. The first quarter of 2016 isn’t just new — it’s also a time to celebrate Indiana’s bicentennial. What better […]
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  • Feel good, look good

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    By Jessica R. Key Beauty is skin deep, but you can’t deny that when you put in the proper work to make your body a temple of health, it shows. When the appropriate diet and exercise routines are coupled with a close relationship with one’s physician, that feeling is reflected in one’s physical appearance, attitude […]
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  • Look great on the go

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    By Jessica R. Key Technology has allowed people to conduct business away from their desk and entrepreneurs have certainly taken advantage of that. Being out of the office while still being connected to their work gives business owners more freedom to build their business. Some are even opting to forego purchasing complete brick and mortar […]
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Heroes celebrated at Indiana Welcome Center

The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority hosted Holidays for Heroes, a special event at the Indiana Welcome Center for all fire, police, EMS, military and Hoosier Helpers as a thank you for their service and dedication to the...

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Gov. Pence welcomes military

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence welcomed home approximately 160 soldiers of the 1313th Engineer Company, headquartered in Franklin. The 1313th Engineer Company returned after spending the previous nine months conducting engineering operations in Kuwait to support the ongoing drawdown of...

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Amazon Prime Now associates make special delivery

Amazon Prime Now associates made a special delivery to The Children’s Bureau Inc. in Indianapolis to help the children’s shelter celebrate Thanksgiving. Amazon donated various food items as well as many miscellaneous hygiene products to fulfill the shelter’s needs...

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Bean Blossom Bluegrass Fest returns to Brown County

Bill Monroe’s Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival, the world’s oldest continuous running bluegrass festival, returned to Brown County for its 49th year. For eight consecutive days, more than 70 bands took the stage showcasing some of the best in bluegrass. The...

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U.S. Fleet Forces Band comes to Indianapolis

The U.S. Fleet Forces Band and all of its music ensembles performed numerous concerts around Indianapolis in support of Indianapolis Navy Week. Established in 1945, the U.S. Fleet Forces Band serves as the Navy’s musical ambassador for the Hampton...

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Coca-Cola brings celebration of contour bottle to Terre Haute

As Coca-Cola commemorates the 100th year of the contour bottle, the company stopped by Vigo County Historical Museum in Terre Haute to thank everyone who has helped make the milestone possible — especially Hoosiers who created the contour bottle...

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Indianapolis Greek Festival features food, dancing

The Greek dancers perform a Grecian dance called the Zorba during GreekFest 2015. This year marked the 42nd year for what has become one of central Indiana’s oldest and largest ethnic festivals. Hosted by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church...

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Mother of ‘King of Pop’ visits Gary

Katherine Jackson, mother of the late, Michael Jackson, presented the sixth annual “I Can’t Stop Loving You Charity Weekend.” The two-day, event was free and provided family entertainment, such as rapper Wale (pictured here), and the distribution of backpacks,...

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Pierogi Fest shows regional civility commitment

PierogiThe Whiting-Robertsdale Chamber of Commerce, the Gary Chamber of Commerce and The Times of Northwest Indiana demonstrated the region’s continuing commitment to the “Community Civility Counts” campaign at this year’s...

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Ulta Beauty opens at The Shoppes at County Line Road

The fourth quarter issue of the 2015 Indiana Minority Business Magazine will hit newsstands this October. As a preview to our issue all about the health and beauty industries, we recently covered the grand opening of Ulta Beauty at...

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Welcome Week celebrates immigrantsWelcome-Week Welcoming Indianapolis, a project of the Immigrant Welcome Center, hosted its 2nd annual Welcoming Week. The event brings Indianapolis residents together to celebrate the city’s diverse cultures....

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Woodburn teen selected for national leadership program

Jasmine Jackson, 16, of Woodburn, was among 50 students nationwide to be selected to participate in the Four Star Leadership program in Oklahoma City. The program offers leadership training, policy debate, speech competition and scholarships, and the opportunity to...

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Japanese ballet students train in Indiana

The Indiana Ballet Conservatory (IBC) hosted 21 ballet students from Japan during the summer to train with its world-renowned faculty. In addition, 15 students from around the U.S. and 42 from around Indiana came to the class in Carmel....

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Black data processors meet in Indianapolis

The Black Data Processing Association (BDPA) hosted its 36th annual National BDPA Technology Conference in Indianapolis. There, they honored and celebrated the contributions of several outstanding Indianapolis citizens whose Information Technology expertise have benefited young people.

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Topiary expert lectures in Fishers

As part of “Gardens & All Things Green,” a two-week celebration of gardening and horticulture in Hamilton County, noted topiary expert Pear Fryar presented a free lecture and topiary demonstration. Fryar, the 80-year-old son of a sharecropper, is known...

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