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Candy coma awaits at Conner Prairie

  By Pete Smith Conner Prairie plans to have events for the whole family during its Easter Celebration on April 19. Kids will have the chance to collect candy and Easter eggs, compete in...

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DVD review: Great Expectations

PG-13, 128 minutes I know, I know … you’re thinking to yourself, why should I care about the (seemingly) 3,074th version they’ve made of “Great Expectations” for film or television? Short answer: because the...

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Carmel Symphony closes season on high note

By Terri Spilman The Carmel Symphony Orchestra will conclude its season with another fun and very personal performance featuring Carl Orff’s epic tale of fate, “Carmina Burana,” at 7:30 p.m. on April 12 at...

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DVD review: Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

R, 119 minutes The first “Anchorman” movie was spectacularly overrated, and the sequel is a heaping helping of seconds. Oh, you’ll laugh during “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.” Probably chortle quite uproariously on a...

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DVD review: The Wolf of Wall Street

R, 180 minutes “No good movie is too long and no bad movie is short enough,” wrote Roger Ebert. I don’t entirely agree – I’ve seen plenty of worthy films that could’ve been improved...

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Singer David Phelps to play classics

By Sophie Pappas Covering everything from Dolly Parton to Luciano Pavarotti, singer David Phelps is bringing his soulful tune to the Zionsville Performing Arts Center on March 20. Hailing from Texas, Phelps studied classical...

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DVD review: Frozen

PG, 102 minutes File the recent Academy Award Race for best-animated film under “Most Predictable Event Ever.” “Frozen” was easily the finest animated flick of 2013, not that the competition was all that keen....

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DVD review: ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

R, 104 minutes The biggest question I had about the Coen Brothers’ latest work was not “What?” but “Why?” Why did they feel compelled to make this movie? Like another fairly recent film of...