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Who Do You Call When Your Aching Back is Telling You to See a Doctor?


IU Health North’s New Spine Program Focuses on Conservative Care of Acute and Recurring Back Pain With 80 percent of Hoosiers experiencing acute or recurring back pain at some point, Indiana University Health North Hospital recently launched its new Spine Program with a focus on conservative care of back and neck pain. Studies show that people who pursue more conservative treatment for back pain tend to have fewer complications than those who end up rushing into MRIs, X-rays, epidural injections, narcotics and even spine surgery long before truly necessary. “We developed the IU Health North Spine Program to provide coordinated ...

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Indiana Members Credit Union: The Branch of the Future


Writer / Janelle Morrison Photographer / JJ Kaplan The city of Carmel will soon be home to the 25th  branch of the Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) family. Slated to open this October, the Old Meridian branch will boast 18,000 sq. ft. and will be located in the Providence at Old Meridian business complex, conveniently located just off Carmel Drive and Old Meridian Street. IMCU is celebrating 60 years of business this year and is excited to expand their north side presence. Most of the executive leadership located at this new location grew up in Carmel. Stephanie (Stevie) Roesner, the Old Meridian ...

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Rubaroc: Bounces like Rubber Wears like Rock


Are you tired of the concrete around your pool deck always cracking, or the kids slipping on it when its wet or burning their feet in the hot summer? Fortunately, Rubaroc provides an attractive and affordable solution to the danger of slipping and falling caused when concrete is used on pool decks and other areas around the house like garage floors and driveways. Unlike concrete, which is a hard impermeable surface that causes water to puddle and create a dangerous area that can be slick as ice, Rubaroc surfaces are made from rubber and are air and water permeable and ...

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White’s Electrical is Truly A Full Service Electrical Contractor


It seems in today’s world the term “full service” has several different meanings. There are businesses that have a large array of products and services and claim to be full service, but when you call them after business hours, you get a voice that is barely recognizable, and a promise to contact you within the next 48 hours. Alternatively, there are the locally owned and operated businesses like White’s Electrical that truly are committed to being “full service” by offering a large number of services and products and then backing them up with prompt 24-hour service provided by competent and ...

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Our Home Improvement and Home-A-Rama Special


Clean lines, painted kitchen cabinetry, large decorative master showers, distressed wood floors and bright open spaces are what dreams are made of, especially when those items are part of your new home décor or remodel plan. Historically low interest rates make for a positive homebuying market. Whether you buy new or old, specialized contractors and designers are available to help make costeffective home improvement decisions.   Chateau Kitchens Families live in their kitchens. It is a place where memories are made and bonding happens. Bob Moore, owner of Chateau Kitchens knows kitchens are a special gathering place and strives to ...

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Memories of a Lifetime: Talent Search Kicks Off For 54th Circle of Lights


Writer  /  Tonja Talley Photography  provided Magic and excitement will again permeate the air around Monument Circle during one of Central Indiana’s most treasured holiday traditions – the Circle of Lights®. Presented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) #481, the 54th Circle of Lights® will kick off the holiday season, starting at 6 p.m. on Friday, November 25. The celebration will include acts from around Central Indiana, a performance from the cast of the 2016 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s “IPL Yuletide Celebration” and a visit by the big guy himself – Santa Claus. The evening will culminate with the ...

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AT&T President Bill Soards on Innovation


Writer  /  Kara Reibel Photographer  /  Brian Brosmer Entering the office of Indiana’s President of AT&T is a step back in time to the days of Mad Men. The woodwork and furnishings are of a different era. Yet regardless of the resurgence in popularity of mid-century furniture and design aesthetic, the offices are being updated to reflect a change in the times. As President of AT&T, Bill Soards brings a unique element of youth and energy to his position. Progressive and forward thinking, his leadership comes at a critical time. While all of his predecessors have looked toward the horizon, ...

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The 12th Annual Guilded Leaf Book & Author Luncheon


Writer / Janelle Morrison The Guild of the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation will proudly host its Writers at the Pavilion evening event on Wednesday, October 19 from 7-9:30 p.m. at the Ritz Charles Garden Pavilion and the 12th Annual Guilded Leaf Book and Author luncheon on Thursday, October 20 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Ritz Charles in Carmel. The Writers at the Pavilion and the Guilded Leaf Book and Author Luncheon are annual fundraising events that support the programs offered by the Carmel Clay Public Library. The Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation Guild was formed in 2004 by ...

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The Henkes: A Family Developing A Home For Other Families


Writer / Stephanie Carlson Miller Contributor / Adriana Rich Lush rolling terrain, peppered with bountiful woodlands and trickling creeks that weave through spacious farmlands, have been passed down through eight generations, naturally creating a place to preserve history, discover futures and create traditions. Looking beyond the pastures of these Westfield family farms, Steve Henke, a Carmel attorney and developer, envisioned a residential community that “embraces and preserves” history and the gifts provided by Mother Nature for future generations. After years of buying properties and formulating plans, Chatham Hills was born. “As farms became available, we purchased them. We recognize that ...

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Carmel Artmobilia: Carmel’s Celebration of the Art in Automotive


Each year, this unique event features a distinct gathering of recognized artists, collector cars and automotive enthusiasts, showcased on the streets of the Carmel Arts & Design District. With more than 400 enthusiast and collector cars on the streets of Carmel, the Artomobilia boasts one of the most eclectic gatherings of original, period-correct cars, including Supercar, Exotic, Sports Car, Classics, Racers, Historically Preserved, Indiana Built and Sedan/Coupe, and will be featuring two new classes, Antique Trucks and Restomods. Each year, the Artomobilia highlights a selection of automotive anomalies that are as interesting as they are distinct. In past years, this ...

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