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November 14, 2007

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By: Meher Ahmad <[email protected]> and Michelle Hu <[email protected]> Every year on Thanksgiving night, thousands of Americans pitch their tents outside of stores around the nation. Through bitter cold and snow, t...

‘Lions for Lambs’ delivers politically impartial but strong message

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November 14, 2007

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By: Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> As a director, Robert Redford usually avoids the chance to push the envelope. For example, with “Quiz Show,” he could have made a dark character study about Charles Van Do...

I Am America sets bar high for literary political comedy

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October 31, 2007

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By: Meher Ahmed <[email protected]> Looking for your daily dose of political sarcasm? You’ve found just the book. Stephen Colbert’s I Am America (And So Can You!) hit the stores this October and proved to be a comedic cl...

Dattolo’s dresses up food court standards

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October 31, 2007

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By: Bennett Fuson <[email protected]> It’s always fun to dress up and change your appearance. Dressing up allows you to pretend like you are something that might be the complete opposite. Dattolo’s Ristaurante and Pizzaria...

New Carell comedy classically fun, touching

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October 31, 2007

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By: Sam Watermeier <[email protected]> Writer-director Peter Hedges has mastered the depiction of dysfunctional families with films such as “Pieces of April” and “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.” Now, he h...

Sushi buffet sends taste buds on ‘Journey’

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October 31, 2007

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By: Michelle Hu <[email protected]> Craving sushi but can’t afford it on a low budget? The Journey on 96th St. caters to anyone’s sushi needs and more. The Journey is a newly opened restaurant on 96th and I-69 that ...

‘The Kingdom’ Review

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October 11, 2007

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By: Mitch Ringenberg <[email protected]> “The Kingdom” opens with an extremely unsettling scene involving a terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia. It is a scene that is frighteningly realistic and very disturbing. Peter Berg,...

Café Patachou features classic dishes with unique twists

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October 10, 2007

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By: Mallory St. Claire <[email protected]> Café Patachou, located at 126 St. and Grey, has been a long-time business of Carmel. Tucked between O’Malia’s and a CVS/Pharmacy, it’s something of a forgotten gem in th...

Bub’s Café breaks from tradition

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October 10, 2007

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By: Bennett Fuson <[email protected]> I suppose it could be said that Bub’s Burgers and Ice Cream (affectionately known as Bub’s) helped rebuild downtown Carmel. Bub’s, which was opened in 2003 by Matt Frey, revol...

Fall play ‘Clue,’ like board game, is different every time

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October 10, 2007

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By: Lexi Muir <[email protected]> Junior Sarah Donaldson frantically memorizes pages after pages of text. She reads over the same information over and over again, trying to remember every single word. Donaldson is not s...

Chanda’s Secrets highlights devastating AIDS Africa’s epidemic

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October 10, 2007

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By: Hera Ashraf <[email protected]> One of the many books on the new Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award (Rosie Award) list this year is Chanda’s Secrets by Allan Stratton, a story about a 16-year-old g...

Crunch Time provides immature, unintelligent tale of SAT

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October 10, 2007

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By: Stephanie Hodgin <Stephanie [email protected]> This book is boring. There is no other way to put it. Apart from the hideously uninteresting plot and the immature characters, it can be safe to say that nothing can be...

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