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“When I led the fight to pass Indy's inclusive human rights ordinance in 2005, it was an uphill battle; the ordinance had already failed previously that year and the local media didn't give much help in building support for the law.”
“Though that is true of the whole market, the Indy's position is considered more precarious because it has the smallest circulation of all nationals.”
“And a certain discombobulation might explain why Kelner devoted his entire column in the Indy's sister paper today critiquing the performance of the Today programme's Justin Webb, broadcasting from Salford – when the presenter dispatched from London with some fanfare was in fact the other Today young 'un, Evan Davis.”
“Recently at Indy's Kitchen, the commercial space Duos rents to prepare food, Hostetter, her business partner, John Garnier, and cook, Anthony Perry, synchronized their movements to their tasks: Garnier chopped onions, Perry peeled potatoes, and Hostetter looked over the recipe for rosewater cardamom cake.”
“Rich, slightly mysterious Russian oligarch buys crisis-racked Independent as entreated by the Indy's long-serving editor-in-chief and puts son in charge.”
“Beatriz has raced on Indy's historic 2. 5-mile oval previously, as part of IndyCar's developmental series.”
“My absolute favorite moment in "Last Crusade" is when the smuggler says "You lost today kid, but that doesn't mean you have to like it," and pushes the hat down on young Indy's head ... and then OLD Indy raises his head, grins, get punched, as the music swells.”
“And you're right: Indy's signature thing to do was to gain victory by mostly getting the crap beat out of him, and then running away and doing something nuts.”
“Kingdom may not have ruined Indy's reputation, but it sure didn't do him any favors.”
“Deep into the Indy's article is buried the major reason: cost-cutting.”
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