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As The Center for the Performing Arts begins its 5th anniversary celebration this year, we look at the remarkable progress it has made in the past five years and talk to its leaders about their vision for the future.

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  • DECEMBER 2015 MAGAZINE

    THE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTSBEGINS 5TH YEAR CELEBRATION WITH NEW YEARS EXTRAGANZA

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    WRITERSJanelle Morrison / Ray Compton

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    13 Mark Boyle, the Voice of the Pacers

    38 Tchaikovskys Masterpiece Redefined by Three Different Interpretations

    On the cover (L-R): Featuring a few board members from The Center for the Performing Arts: Tania Castroverde Moskalanko, Traci L. Dossett, Anne Hensley Poindexter, Eric S. Payne, Don Gottwald

    THE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS BEGINS 5TH YEAR CELEBRATION WITH NEW YEARS EXTRAGANZAAs the Center for the Performing Arts begins its 5th anniversary celebration this year, we look at the remarkable progress it has made in the past five years and talk to its leaders about their vision for the future.

    23 / COVER STORYWriter / Janelle Morrison . Photographer / Brian Brosmer

    2015 The National Bank of Indianapolis www.nbofi.com Not FDIC Insured No Bank Guarantee May Lose Funds

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    Our full-service Personal Trust Division includes:

    Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts

    Estate Settlement

    Life Insurance Trusts

    Charitable Trusts

    Guardianships

    We are ready to respond with the highest level of personal service, privacy, confidentiality, and attention to detail.

    In the ever-changing world of financial services, our Personal Trust Division is a constant.

    Per sona l Trusts a nd Estates

    Protect, Grow a nd M a nage Your A ssets

    Client/Filename: NBI 3624 WM_TrustEstate_8.125x10.625

    Job #: ANBI-3624-02

    Job Name: Personal Trusts and Estates Ad CD:

    Size/Specs: 8.125" x 10.625", 4 color AD:

    Insertion Date: July 2015 CW:

    Pub: Community Newsletters - Carmel, CenterGrove, Geist & Zionsville Acct. Serv.

    111 Monument Circle, Suite 4150 / Indianapolis, IN 46204 /t 317/632/6501 /CVRindy.com /

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    8 Ranj Puthran Helping Hands Award

    10 Digital First Impressions18 Bites Rolls Out Barrel-Aged Coffee 20 Carmel Celebration of All

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    30 A Sure Sign of the Giving Season: Salvation Army Bell Ringing

    33 A Trip down No 17 Cherry Tree Lane

    36 December Arts Calendar

    32 / GEIST MAGAZINE / NOVEMBER 2015 / atGeist.com

    ASSISTANCE...WRITER / JULIE YATES

    D uring his 28-year stretch as radio voice of the Indiana Pacers, Mark Boyle has conveyed to his listeners exhilarating moments from all 30 of

    the lavish palaces of the National Basketball Association, including retelling knuckle gnashing moments from Madison Square Garden (New York), the Forum (Inglewood/Los Angeles) and the United Center (Chicago).

    But none of these highly touted stops including the 1,500 or so broadcasts from our $200 million Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis offers the broadcasting experience Boyle endured during one of his early career moments when Boyle was describing a high school football game in a wooden press box in Miles City, Montana.

    As Boyle was chattering away about passes and tackles uncorked by Montana teenagers, a threatening storm rolled in from the western frontier in Custer County. The game sprinted onward, and Boyle remained undaunted as he depicted the play-by-play action for folks listening to radio station KATL in the community of 8,400. But abruptly, the audience heard a crashing sound. The microphone fell silent.

    The wind blew over the press box, remembered Boyle.

    The downward plunge of the fragile press box was only about 10 feet to the ground, so fortunately, Boyle and his peers suffered only bumps and bruises. Unfortunately, there are no pictures available or recordings of the moment. But Boyle returned to the microphone and finished his assignment at the Miles City football game. After all, he earned a bonus of $10 doing broadcasts of high