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IndyPL offers free access to consumer reports

August 4, 2022 SST

The Indianapolis Public Library is now offering cardholders free access to consumereports.org. Consumer Reports was founded in 1936 and remains a trusted source for unbiased product reviews, ratings and buying guides for products like cars, […]

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From Basement to Brick and Mortar

August 4, 2022 SST

Bella Rose Design brings personalization and local support of women-owned businesses to Greenwood.  By Todd Travis Humble beginnings Five years ago, Sarah Nilsson began making different craft items in the spare bedroom of her basement. […]

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Finding and retaining employees in 2022

August 4, 2022 SST

By Mike Heffner The biggest question in our industry right now is – How do I find and keep good people when nobody wants to work? I would challenge the question back to you. What […]

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Night & Day

Weekly Movie Review: Dune

August 4, 2022 SST

Dune By Bradley Lane A grand, ambitious beginning to a fractured whole The scope of Denis Villeneuve’s newest blockbuster Dune is massive. Both in the literal scale of the elements of the world and in […]

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Lifestyle

Grammar Guy: The back-word world of semordnilaps

August 4, 2022 SST

The back-word world of semordnilaps By Curtis Honeycutt We all know examples of palindromes: taco cat, racecar, kayak, Hannah. A palindrome is a word that, when spelled backward, is the same word. Today, however, I […]

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Back to school

July 28, 2022 SST

Compiled by Nicole Davis Ready or not, school is soon to be back in session. This week, Southside public and private schools share information about the coming school year. Enrolled in a Catholic school? Be […]