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This months cover feature is Carmels own Culinary King, Ted Allen. As many know, Ted hosts Chopped on the Food Network. Its been since 2012 that we last spoke with Ted, who is coming back to town for a special appearance at the Fantastic Food Fest. / Read more: atCarmel.com

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  • JANUARY 2016 MAGAZINE

    TED ALLENCARMELS CLAIM TO CULINARY FAME

  • 2 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / JANUARY 2016 / atCarmel.com

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    Full-size kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops

    Ceramic tile baths and roll-in showers

    Emergency pull cords

    TVs with built-in concierge technology

    Private terraces with storage available

    Private garages available

    Easy-transition flooring with upgrades available

    COMMUNIT Y FEATURES Casual and fine dining options

    Art studio, art gallery, music studio, techno-lounge and outdoor performing arts auditorium

    Cutting-edge fitness centers with personal trainers

    Yoga studio, salon and day spa

    Social gathering spaces including a ballroom and rooftop garden terrace

    Advanced, state-of-the art technology throughout the community

    Healthcrest wellness program

    24-Hour on-site care available

    Built, owned and managed by a local company with a lifelong commitment to serving seniors in central Indiana.

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    VISIT THE SHOWROOM Tour a model apartment at15 E. Main Street, Suite 100in the Carmel Arts & Design District

    UNDER CONSTRUCTION Opens Summer 2016 at689 Pro Med Lane, Carmelnear 136th Street and US 31

    INDEPENDENT LIVING,ASSISTED LIVING & MEMORY CARE

    WoodlandTerraceLiving.com 317-616-0858

    your expectationsD E S I G N E D TO E XC E E DAPAR TMENT FEATURES

    Spacious studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom floor plans

    Full-size kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops

    Ceramic tile baths and roll-in showers

    Emergency pull cords

    TVs with built-in concierge technology

    Private terraces with storage available

    Private garages available

    Easy-transition flooring with upgrades available

    COMMUNIT Y FEATURES Casual and fine dining options

    Art studio, art gallery, music studio, techno-lounge and outdoor performing arts auditorium

    Cutting-edge fitness centers with personal trainers

    Yoga studio, salon and day spa

    Social gathering spaces including a ballroom and rooftop garden terrace

    Advanced, state-of-the art technology throughout the community

    Healthcrest wellness program

    24-Hour on-site care available

    Built, owned and managed by a local company with a lifelong commitment to serving seniors in central Indiana.

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    full-service hospitality.

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    THE ART OF PERSONAL SERVICE

    PUBLISHERTom Britt

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    BUSINESS MANAGERNeil Lucas

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    GRAPHIC DESIGNER Toni Folzenlogel

    CREATIVE DIRECTOR Alyssa Sander

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    WRITERSJanelle Morrison / Ray Compton

    Kara Reibel

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    TED ALLEN: CARMELS CLAIM TO CULINARY FAMEThis months cover feature is Carmels own Culinary King, Ted Allen. As many know, Ted hosts Chopped on the Food Network. Its been since 2012 that we last spoke with Ted, who is coming back to town for a special appearance at the Food Fest.

    18 / COVER STORY

    13 LearningRx16 Heartland Distillers21 The Indiana Conference

    for Women

    22 Olivet Nazarene University 25 WWII Veteran Alex Rearick

    30 OneZones Annual Business Excellence Awards Luncheon

    32 OneZones Calendar of Events 33 The Scene Celebrates its Young

    Professionals for the Arts

    36 January Arts Calendar38 Beatles Expert Aaron Krerowicz

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