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Carmel Small Business Network

Carmel City Center in downtown Carmel, Indiana

NEWS RELEASE: Carmel, Indiana – In 2002, Mayor Jim Brainard launched the Carmel Small Business Network (CSBN) as part of the City’s economic development initiative. CSBN offers direct quarterly communication between City officials and small business owners for the purpose of supporting and strengthening business in Carmel. Through participation in CSBN, small business owners are […]

Coming Right up in August, 2011 at the Center for the Performing Arts

Center for the Performing Arts facility in Carmel, Indiana, a North Indianapolis suburb

The splendid new Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana‘s recently-contrived Arts & Design District is the place to be this summer for enjoying the live performing arts in Greater Indianapolis. This premier gathering spot for the upscale Carmel community blasted out of the gate at full speed this year, and is in the […]

Detour Restaurant – An American Grille

Detour is a family-friendly restaurant in Carmel, a lovely North Indianapolis suburb in Central Indiana. Only a few steps from the Monon Trail in Carmel, Detour landed smack in the middle of Carmel’s renowned Arts & Design District in the newly-renovated downtown Carmel neighborhood. Detour proudly advertises itself as “An American Grille” offering scrumptious dishes […]

The Bridgewater Club: Resort Living At Its Finest

Bridgewater Club entrance, Carmel, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis

The Bridgewater Club in Carmel, Indiana represents resort living at its finest in Central Indiana. Carmel, an upscale suburb of Indianapolis, is rightfully proud of this elegant golf course and the residential development that is attached to it. Still in development by one of Central Indiana’s best-known home builders, Throgmartin-Henke Development, the Bridgewater Club is […]

May, June, 2011 Events at the Center for the Performing Arts

After a recent grand opening, Carmel, Indiana‘s stunning new Center for the Performing Arts is fast becoming a haven for Carmel music, theatre, dance and art. Already three of the facility’s state-of-the-arts live performance venues, the Palladium, the Studio and the Tarkington, are in use, making it a premier Greater Indianapolis entertainment and cultural center […]

Palladium Events for March, 2011

Carmel, Indiana‘s splashy new Palladium events are selling out fast. Check out this summary of Carmel events for March, 2011 at the gorgeous new Greater Indianapolis venue for performing arts. These events are all held during March, 2011 at the Palladium, in Indiana’s new Center for the Performing Arts . Ticket costs range from $15 […]

Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana

Photo of the Carmel Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana

Officially throwing open its elegant doors for the first time on January 29, 2011, the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana is a lavish work of art in its own right and a feather in the cap among the many fine greater Indianapolis community gathering places. This lush complex is the cornerstone for […]

Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace Mall

Clay Terrace shopping mall in Carmel, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis

To see current show information for the Carmel Community Playhouse, visit the CCP website. The Carmel Community Playhouse is a recently-opened live performance venue for Carmel, Indiana, and home to Carmel’s longest-running community theatre group, the Carmel Community Players. Along with hosting regular stage plays produced by this award-winning troupe, the Carmel Community Playhouse is […]

Ted Allen: TV’s Epicurean par Excellence

Many famous people from Carmel, Indiana decorate the list of Hoosiers in the news. Among them, no name is presently more immediately recognizable than that of Ted Allen, popular television host on the Food Network. Though Allen was born in 1965 in Columbus Ohio, he was raised in Carmel, an upscale suburb just north of […]

Dorothy Mengering, Dave’s Mom

For any mother, can there be a finer accomplishment than giving birth to a guy that lightens hearts and regularly elicits belly laughs from millions of viewers across the United States? That’s what Dorothy Mengering did, and it is for that reason that she is frequently simply called “Dave’s Mom,” after David Letterman, host of […]

Tommy O’Haver: Director and Screenwriter from Carmel

A graduate of Carmel High School, Tommy O’Haver is a Carmelite, born and raised in the north Indianapolis suburb of Carmel. O’Haver graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington in 1989. O’Haver then left Indiana to take instruction in Cinema and Television at the esteemed University of Southern California in 1995, thus embarking on a career […]

Steve Inskeep, NPR’s Incisive Co-Host from Carmel

A native of Carmel, an upscale north Indianapolis suburb, Steve Inskeep made it into the big-time on National Public Radio, where he is presently co-host of the popular Morning Edition show, along with Renee Montagne. Before officially being named to that post in late 2004, Inskeep worked at both commercial and public radio stations around […]

Jake Lloyd: Famous Child Film Actor and Carmel Resident

Jake Lloyd, whose full name is Jacob Christopher Lloyd, is a one-time Carmel, Indiana resident who hit the big-time as a very young actor. Born in 1989 in Fort Collins, Colorado, Jake Lloyd subsequently moved to Indiana, where he graduated from Carmel High School, putting his name on the list of famous Carmel people and […]

Charitable Hilltop Sports Women’s Fitness Program Reaches Out

Hilltop Sports Women’s Fitness, an outreach program of the Northview Church in Carmel, Indiana, is active on more fronts than one. Participate in the Hilltop Fitness classes, and half of what you pay goes to the Mission of Hope for Haiti relief or the International Justice Mission, which provides aid for the resolution of human […]

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