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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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<ul><li><p>JANUARY 2016 MAGAZINE</p><p>TED ALLENCARMELS CLAIM TO CULINARY FAME</p></li><li><p>2 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / JANUARY 2016 / atCarmel.com</p><p>Col</p><p>lege</p><p> Ave</p><p>Illin</p><p>ois </p><p>St</p><p>Sprin</p><p>g M</p><p>ill R</p><p>d</p><p>Old </p><p>Mer</p><p>idia</p><p>n St</p><p>126th St</p><p>146th St</p><p>Smokey Row Rd</p><p>Main St</p><p>111th St</p><p>106th St</p><p>Keys</p><p>tone</p><p> Pkw</p><p>y</p><p>Rang</p><p>elin</p><p>e Rd</p><p>Mer</p><p>idia</p><p>n St</p><p>31</p><p>31</p><p>465</p><p>inspired SENIOR L IVING</p><p>VISIT THE SHOWROOM Tour a model apartment at15 E. Main Street, Suite 100in the Carmel Arts &amp; Design District</p><p>UNDER CONSTRUCTION Opens Summer 2016 at689 Pro Med Lane, Carmelnear 136th Street and US 31</p><p>INDEPENDENT LIVING,ASSISTED LIVING &amp; MEMORY CARE</p><p>WoodlandTerraceLiving.com 317-616-0858</p><p>your expectationsD E S I G N E D TO E XC E E DAPAR TMENT FEATURES</p><p> Spacious studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom floor plans</p><p> Full-size kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops</p><p> Ceramic tile baths and roll-in showers</p><p> Emergency pull cords </p><p> TVs with built-in concierge technology</p><p> Private terraces with storage available</p><p> Private garages available</p><p> Easy-transition flooring with upgrades available </p><p>COMMUNIT Y FEATURES Casual and fine dining options</p><p> Art studio, art gallery, music studio, techno-lounge and outdoor performing arts auditorium</p><p> Cutting-edge fitness centers with personal trainers</p><p> Yoga studio, salon and day spa </p><p> Social gathering spaces including a ballroom and rooftop garden terrace</p><p> Advanced, state-of-the art technology throughout the community</p><p> Healthcrest wellness program</p><p> 24-Hour on-site care available </p><p>Built, owned and managed by a local company with a lifelong commitment to serving seniors in central Indiana.</p><p>OPENS </p><p>SUMME</p><p>R 2016</p><p>SAVE</p><p>! </p><p>APPLY E</p><p>ARLY</p><p>FOR EX</p><p>TRA</p><p>SAVING</p><p>S</p><p>Woodland Terrace of Carmel provides the finest senior lifestyle options, personalized care and </p><p>full-service hospitality. </p><p>C O M I N G S O O N T O C A R M E L , I N O P E N S S U M M E R 2 0 1 6</p></li><li><p>2 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / JANUARY 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / JANUARY 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 3</p><p>Col</p><p>lege</p><p> Ave</p><p>Illin</p><p>ois </p><p>St</p><p>Sprin</p><p>g M</p><p>ill R</p><p>d</p><p>Old </p><p>Mer</p><p>idia</p><p>n St</p><p>126th St</p><p>146th St</p><p>Smokey Row Rd</p><p>Main St</p><p>111th St</p><p>106th St</p><p>Keys</p><p>tone</p><p> Pkw</p><p>y</p><p>Rang</p><p>elin</p><p>e Rd</p><p>Mer</p><p>idia</p><p>n St</p><p>31</p><p>31</p><p>465</p><p>inspired SENIOR L IVING</p><p>VISIT THE SHOWROOM Tour a model apartment at15 E. Main Street, Suite 100in the Carmel Arts &amp; Design District</p><p>UNDER CONSTRUCTION Opens Summer 2016 at689 Pro Med Lane, Carmelnear 136th Street and US 31</p><p>INDEPENDENT LIVING,ASSISTED LIVING &amp; MEMORY CARE</p><p>WoodlandTerraceLiving.com 317-616-0858</p><p>your expectationsD E S I G N E D TO E XC E E DAPAR TMENT FEATURES</p><p> Spacious studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom floor plans</p><p> Full-size kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops</p><p> Ceramic tile baths and roll-in showers</p><p> Emergency pull cords </p><p> TVs with built-in concierge technology</p><p> Private terraces with storage available</p><p> Private garages available</p><p> Easy-transition flooring with upgrades available </p><p>COMMUNIT Y FEATURES Casual and fine dining options</p><p> Art studio, art gallery, music studio, techno-lounge and outdoor performing arts auditorium</p><p> Cutting-edge fitness centers with personal trainers</p><p> Yoga studio, salon and day spa </p><p> Social gathering spaces including a ballroom and rooftop garden terrace</p><p> Advanced, state-of-the art technology throughout the community</p><p> Healthcrest wellness program</p><p> 24-Hour on-site care available </p><p>Built, owned and managed by a local company with a lifelong commitment to serving seniors in central Indiana.</p><p>OPENS </p><p>SUMME</p><p>R 2016</p><p>SAVE</p><p>! </p><p>APPLY E</p><p>ARLY</p><p>FOR EX</p><p>TRA</p><p>SAVING</p><p>S</p><p>Woodland Terrace of Carmel provides the finest senior lifestyle options, personalized care and </p><p>full-service hospitality. </p><p>C O M I N G S O O N T O C A R M E L , I N O P E N S S U M M E R 2 0 1 6</p></li><li><p>4 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / JANUARY 2016 / atCarmel.com2016 The National Bank of Indianapolis www.nbofi.com Member FDIC </p><p>261-9000</p><p>Client/Filename: NBI 4031 Service_8.125x10.625</p><p>Job #: ANBI-4031-02</p><p>Job Name: The Art of Personal Service Ad CD:</p><p>Size/Specs: 8.125" x 10.625" (trim); 4C AD:</p><p>Insertion Date: January 2016 CW:</p><p>Pub: Community Newsletters (Carmel, Center Grove, Geist, Zionsville) Acct. Serv.</p><p>111 Monument Circle, Suite 4150 / Indianapolis, IN 46204 /T 317/632/6501 /CVRindy.com /</p><p>THE ART OF PERSONAL SERVICE</p></li><li><p>4 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / JANUARY 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / JANUARY 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 52016 The National Bank of Indianapolis www.nbofi.com Member FDIC </p><p>261-9000</p><p>Client/Filename: NBI 4031 Service_8.125x10.625</p><p>Job #: ANBI-4031-02</p><p>Job Name: The Art of Personal Service Ad CD:</p><p>Size/Specs: 8.125" x 10.625" (trim); 4C AD:</p><p>Insertion Date: January 2016 CW:</p><p>Pub: Community Newsletters (Carmel, Center Grove, Geist, Zionsville) Acct. Serv.</p><p>111 Monument Circle, Suite 4150 / Indianapolis, IN 46204 /T 317/632/6501 /CVRindy.com /</p><p>THE ART OF PERSONAL SERVICE</p><p>PUBLISHERTom Britt</p><p>tom@TownePost.com / 317-288-7101</p><p>BUSINESS MANAGERNeil Lucas</p><p>neil@atCarmel.com / 317-296-7800</p><p>VP OF SALESLena Lucas</p><p>lena@atCarmel.com / 317-501-0418</p><p>CONTROLLER Jeanne Britt</p><p>jeanne@TownePost.com / 317-288-7101</p><p>GRAPHIC DESIGNER Toni Folzenlogel</p><p>CREATIVE DIRECTOR Alyssa Sander</p><p>ADVERTISING DESIGNER Austin Vance</p><p>EDITORKatelyn Bausman</p><p>WRITERSJanelle Morrison / Ray Compton </p><p>Kara Reibel</p><p>PHOTOGRAPHERSKara Reibel / Amy Unger</p><p>SHOP LOCAL!Help our local economy by shopping local. </p><p>Advertising supporters of the Carmel Magazine offset the costs of publication and mailing, keeping this publication FREE. Show your </p><p>appreciation by thanking them with your business.</p><p>STORY SUBMISSIONSPost your stories to TownePost.com </p><p>or email to neil@atCarmel.com.</p><p>MAILING ADDRESSP.O. Box 36097 / Indianapolis, IN 46236</p><p>Phone: 317-288-7101 / Fax: 317-536-3030</p><p>The Carmel Magazine is published by TownePost Network Inc. and is written for and by local Carmel area residents. </p><p>Magazines are distributed via direct mail to more than 25,000 Carmel area homeowners and businesses each month.</p><p>atCarmel.com Business Spotlights are Sponsored content</p><p>8 Representing City &amp; Country: The Citys Mayor Shares What Makes Our City Great With Global Leaders </p><p>28 OneZone Hits The Ground Running in 2016</p><p>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.</p><p>18 / COVER STORY</p><p>13 LearningRx16 Heartland Distillers21 The Indiana Conference </p><p>for Women</p><p>22 Olivet Nazarene University 25 WWII Veteran Alex Rearick</p><p>30 OneZones Annual Business Excellence Awards Luncheon</p><p>32 OneZones Calendar of Events 33 The Scene Celebrates its Young </p><p>Professionals for the Arts</p><p>36 January Arts Calendar38 Beatles Expert Aaron Krerowicz</p></li><li><p>6 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / JANUARY 2016 / atCarmel.com</p><p>Writer / Neil Lucas</p><p>In order to keep that beautiful fur coat or jacket looking its best, there are certain things you need to know about its care and conditioning. </p><p>It is important to have your fur cleaned by a professional like Elan Furs. You do not clean a fur coat just because it gets dirty. The number one concern with fur material is that the natural oils in the pelts will dry out. 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The mayor took the time to discuss with us the purpose of these visits and how he was invited to speak to these countries government leaders and officials on the topics of city development, transportation and environmental and conservation issues. Representing the city of Carmel, the Midwest and the U.S., Brainard used the lessons learned and success stories from Carmel as his examples throughout these discussions.</p><p>India is a fascinating country, and the Indian people are gentle and hardworking, but the country has tremendous infrastructure needs, Brainard explained. They need billions of dollars in basic infrastructure to handle their streets, sewage and water issues. India is urbanizing very quickly. It was one of the worlds highest populated countries even 20 years ago with 75-80 percent of their population living on farms and out in small villages. Today almost 50 percent of Indias population resides in their cities.</p><p>Their cities are facing growth pressures that are not that dissimilar to what Carmel has had to address in our past. Part of what I wanted to accomplish during these discussions was to share ideas and examples on how to handle, plan and finance the growth of their cities, so that the quality of life, environment and air pollution can be improved. We talked about street grids and traffic planning. The middle class within India is growing expeditiously, and the demand for cars is increasing, though their current infrastructure cant support the increase of vehicular traffic.</p><p>During these discussions, Brainard also discussed designing cities, so that people can walk to more places rather than building single-level developments that stretch for miles, putting thousands more </p><p>vehicles on the roads and increasing vehicular emissions.</p><p>The air pollution in Delhi is off the charts, Brainard described. The air that anyone breathes there is the equivalent to smoking several packs of cigarettes a day. Its polluted heavily by coal plants, traffic and outdoor fires produced by their homeless population who are cooking and heating themselves with very basic fuels that pollute the air. The leaders that I met with were eager to find solutions and discuss ideas on how to make improvements and provide better services to the people that they represent.</p><p>The mayor also traveled to Paris for the United Nations Paris Climate Change Conference and Germany where he met with leaders like Boris Palmer, Mayor of Tbingen. Discussions of environment and conservation were had, though Brained spoke with several Europeans about refugees and how to acclimate them, another controversial global topic.</p><p>There was great concern with what the countries are going to do the refugees, Brainard relayed. For instance, Germany is a crowded country, and they have urban growth boundaries. They want to integrate the immigrants and find a way to provide them with jobs, proper clothing and shelter as winter is coming. They have a fairly bureaucratic system about finding jobs for refugees, and their mayors are looking to expedite that process, make it more efficient and allow them to start working.</p><p>There are, of course, security concerns about plants being among the refugees. Generally, most Germans recognize that these people have left their homes and belongings because they were scared to stay. Many Europeans remember when they themselves were refugees after wars and have a greater understanding of what the refugees are going through with a healthy skepticism about how to best provide services without impacting their own local governments and citizens. </p><p>THE CITYS MAYOR SHARES WHAT MAKES OUR CITY GREAT WITH GLOBAL LEADERSREPRESENTING CITY &amp; COUNTRY</p></li><li><p>8 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / JANUARY 2016 / atCarmel.com atCarmel.com / JANUARY 2016 / CARMEL MAGAZINE / 9</p><p> Brainard met with people from The German-American Center (The Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum/James-F.-Byrnes-Institut).</p><p>The Center is a non-profit, nonpartisan, cultural and educational institution in Stuttgart, Germany, to support the German-American relations. It was founded in 1995 as a successor of the Amerika Haus which was established after WWII and intends to provide information on social, cultural, political and economic issues in both countries. Brainard visited their library and saw many states from the U.S. had books and materials sent over. He has pledged to send donated materials and books representing the city and Indiana to the Center.</p><p>Brainard met with many major business leaders during his trips and plans on following up with those contacts in the event that their businesses look for places to expand in the U.S., hoping they keep Carmel on their radar.</p><p>The people that I met throughout these trips were very kind and hospitable, Brainard said. One of the reasons why the State Department wanted to send someone to represent the Midwest was to talk about what the middle part of our country is like and how we approach politics and major international issues.</p><p>Back on the home front, Brainard discussed what lies ahead for our city in the New Year.</p><p>We want to continue to fix our own transportation system and make it work well, he emphasized. 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