Southside Times July 24 - 30, 2014 Cover

Southside Times July 24 – 30, 2014

FRONT PAGE

Know your neighbor

Southside police departments celebrate National Night Out for crime prevention and neighborhood safety Getting to know your neighbors, local police officers and discussing issues creates a stronger, safer neighborhood. National Night Out, taking place Aug. 5 or the first Tuesday every August, promotes and encourages these relationships between the community and police. Police departments across
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July 31st, 2014

Opinion


Torry’s Top Ten 7/31/14

By: Torry Stiles

Top ten signs the guy in the lobby is the one the cops are looking for   10. The sign at the door said, “Please take a number.” He took all of them, the dispenser and the sign. 9. He keeps mumbling, “These are not the droids you’re looking for.” 8. Everybody else has a
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July 31st, 2014

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Weekly Movie Review 7/31/14

By: Adam Staten

Lucy; very subpar sci-fi flick   There probably is not a more polarizing genre of film to do than science fiction.  From the first flicker of a sci-fi trailer, there is bound to be large segments that will instantly be turned off regardless of the actors involved or how mentally stimulating or though provoking the
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July 31st, 2014

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Living

OJ: Time to get Pithed!

By: Wendell Fowler

Orange Juice holds lofty position in the American pantheon of traditional breakfast foods. Each year 620 million gallons of the orange, ambrosial cure-all are consumed in the US. But, is it truly fresh? Ads pitch, wink, wink, it’s pure and natural, so you obediently buy the orange citrus au jus. News flash! The majority of
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July 31st, 2014

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LATEST NEWS

6:37 am

Southside police departments celebrate National Night Out for crime prevention and neighborhood safety Getting to know your neighbors, local police officers and discussing issues creates a stronger, safer neighborhood. National Night Out, taking place Aug. 5 or the first Tuesday every August, promotes and encourages these relationships between the community and police. Police departments across
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6:24 am

Franklin Township native Valerie Rockey taps her way to Top 10 eliminations on So You Think You Can Dance competition *Update and Spoiler Alert: She made it! Valerie Rockey is in the top 10 on SYTYCD.   Franklin Township residents John and Debbie Rockey say they brag about their daughter to everyone they come in
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6:23 am

Orange Juice holds lofty position in the American pantheon of traditional breakfast foods. Each year 620 million gallons of the orange, ambrosial cure-all are consumed in the US. But, is it truly fresh? Ads pitch, wink, wink, it’s pure and natural, so you obediently buy the orange citrus au jus. News flash! The majority of
…read more

6:19 am

Lucy; very subpar sci-fi flick   There probably is not a more polarizing genre of film to do than science fiction.  From the first flicker of a sci-fi trailer, there is bound to be large segments that will instantly be turned off regardless of the actors involved or how mentally stimulating or though provoking the
…read more

6:18 am

Top ten signs the guy in the lobby is the one the cops are looking for   10. The sign at the door said, “Please take a number.” He took all of them, the dispenser and the sign. 9. He keeps mumbling, “These are not the droids you’re looking for.” 8. Everybody else has a
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5:47 am

Danny Wayne Anderson, age 66, of Indianapolis, died on Thursday, July 24, 2014.  He was born on July 4, 1948 to the late Robert and Margaret (Matthews) Anderson in Beech Grove, Indiana. Survivors include his daughter, Shellie Anderson; brothers, Robert, Ted, Jeffrey and Chris Anderson; and two grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by his
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7:31 am

Brian and Michelle Peters offer free marriage and addiction counseling through revenue generated at Greenwood’s Coffeehouse Five What is a “for-benefit” coffeehouse? A sign hangs in Coffeehouse Five explaining this concept behind the nonprofit business. It’s “a place where all proceeds are invested in our five initiatives for building stronger marriages and families;” preparation, counseling,
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