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INDY STAR E1 WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER2, 2015 5A HenryLeck, Founder&ArtisticDirector DonSteffy, ExecutiveDirector December18&19,20157pm CelebratetheSeason SoundsoftheSeason AdditionalConcerts: Sponsoredin partby Formoreinformationonpurchasingtickets,pleasevisit icchoir.org /Indycchoir/icchoir OURSEASONSPONSORS TOMMY>HILFIGER NAUTICA KENNE TH COLE PERRY9ELLIS CALV KLEIN SE AN>JOHN I • N • C9INTERNATIONAL9CONCEPTS AMERICA RAG GUESS DKNY>JEANS BAR CALVIN>KLEIN>JEANS MATERIAL GIRL AMERICAN>RAG THALIA9SODI TAHARI>ASL MAISON9JULES KENSIE WILDFLOWER KAREN>KANE VINCE9CAMUTO DKNY JESSICA9SIMPSON AK>ANNE>KLEIN LUCKY9BRAND EFFY LEVIAN DOONEY & BOURKE HOTEL9COLLECTION WATERFORD WEDG WOOD MARTHA>STEWART>COLLECTION CALPHALON LENOX CUISINART KITCHENAID>TOMMY>HILFIGER NAUTICA KENNE COLE PERRY9ELLIS CALVIN>KLEIN SE AN>JOHN I • N • C9INTERNA8 TIONAL9CONCEPTS AMERICAN>RAG GUESS DKNY>JEANS BAR CALVIN>KLEIN>JEANS MATERIAL9GIRL AMERICAN>RAG THALIA SODI TAHARI>ASL MAISON9JULES KENSIE WILDFLOWER KAREN KANE VINCE9CAMUTO DKNY JESSICA9SIMPSON AK>ANNE>KLEI LUCKY9BRAND EFFY LEVIAN DOONEY & BOURKE HOTEL9COL LECTION WATERFORD WEDGWOOD TOMMY>HILFIGER NAU TICA KENNE TH COLE PERRY9ELLIS CALVIN>KLEIN SE AN>JOHN I • N • C9INTERNATIONAL9CONCEPTS AMERICAN>RAG GUESS DKNY JEANS>TOMMY>HILFIGER NAUTICA KENNE TH COLE PERRY9EL LIS CALVIN>KLEIN SE AN>JOHN I • N • C9INTERNATIONAL9CONCEPT AMERICAN>RAG GUESS DKNY>JEANS BAR CALVIN>KLEIN>JEAN MATERIAL9GIRL AMERICAN>RAG THALIA9SODI TAHARI>ASL MAI SON9JULES KENSIE WILDFLOWER KAREN>KANE VINCE9CAMUT DKNY JESSICA9SIMPSON AK>ANNE>KLEIN LUCKY9BRAND EFFY LEVIAN DOONEY & BOURKE HOTEL COLLECTION WATERFORD WEDGWOOD MARTHA STEWART>COLLECTION CAL EN>KANE VINCE9CAMUTO DKNY JESSICA9SIMP SON AK>ANNE KLEIN LUCKY9BRAND EFF FRIENDS & FAMILY SALE PRICES IN EFFECT 12/2-12/10/2015. MERCHANDISE WILL BE ON SALE AT THESE AND OTHER SALE PRICES THROUGH 1/2/16, EXCEPT AS NOTED. OPEN A MACY’S ACCOUNT FOR EXTRA 20% SAVINGS THE FIRST 2 DAYS, UP TO $100, WITH MORE REWARDS TO COME. Macy’s credit card is available subject to credit approval; new account savings valid the day your account is opened and the next day; excludes services, selected licensed departments, gift cards, restaurants, gourmet food & wine. The new account savings are limited to a total of $100; application must qualify for immediate approval to receive extra savings; employees not eligible. FREE SHIPPING ONLINE & FREE RETURNS FREE SHIPPING WITH $99 PURCHASE. U.S. ONLY. EXCLUSIONS APPLY; SEE MACYS.COM/FREERETURNS FAMILY SALE FRIENDS & WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2 – THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10 SAVE ON THE DESIGNERS THAT RARELY GO ON SALE + EXTRA SAVINGS ON SPECIALS! 25%-80% OFF PLUS, TAKE AN EXTRA 25% OFF WITH YOUR MACY'S CARD OR FRIENDS & FAMILY PASS TAKE AN EXTRA 25% OFF STOREWIDE FRIENDS & FAMILY>WED= DEC. <ATHURS= DEC. ?O= <@?B SAVINGS>OFF>REGULAR= SALE & CLEARANCE>PRICES Excludes: Everyday Values (EDV), cosmetics/fragrances; athletic apparel, shoes & accessories; Breitling, Jack Spade, Kate Spade, Samsung watches, Tag Heuer, Tempur-Pedic, The North Face, Tumi, products offered by vendors who operate leased departments in any of our stores including: Burberry, Dallas Cowboys merchandise, Gucci, Longchamp, Louis Vuitton, maternity, New Era, Nike on Field. Not valid on: Macy’s Backstage merchandise/locations, gift cards, gourmet foods, jewelry trunk shows, payment on credit accounts, previous purchases, restaurants, select designer jewelry, watches, special orders, services, wine. Cannot be combined with any savings pass/coupon, extra discount or credit offer, except opening a new Macy’s account. EXTRA SAVINGS % APPLIED TO REDUCED PRICES. Only one promo code may be used per transaction. Additional exclusions apply online, see macys.com/friend. Friends & Family discount code valid online Dec. 1-Dec. 10 , 2015. Promotional code for macys.com: FRIEND OR= TAKE>AN EXTRA 10% OFF ELECTRICS/ELECTRONICS= FURNITURE= MATTRESSES & RUGS/FLOOR>COVERINGS that Latitude 360’s landlord for both the J acksonville and Indianapolis locations, Missouri-based 30 West Pershing, had filed paperwork to evict the company, saying they owed $3 million in rent. Lati tude 360 CEO Brent Brown said in the articlethe rent was only for the Indiana polis location. Latitude 360’s former chief financial officer, Craig Phillips, filed a lawsuit alleging that paychecks bounced, debt s welled, and the company skipped out on paying contractors while building new l ocations, according to aDec. 27, 2014, articleon jacksonville.com, the website for the Florida Times-Union. And that’s not to mention the copy- r ight lawsuit brought against Latitude 3 60 in Indianapolisthis summer. In Au- gust, the Star reportedthat the Americ an Society of Composers, Authors and P ublishers said Latitude 360 had refused t o sign a licensing agreement for music played in its establishment for the past t wo years. Besides Indianapolis, Latitude 360 operates restaurant/entertainment venues in Jacksonville and Pittsburgh, Pa. It re- c ently dropped plans to open locations in Albany, N.Y., and Kingston, Mass., but a nnounced plans to open a site in Syracuse, N.Y. Brent Brown, CEO of Latitude 360, said in an email Tuesday that he is “act ively working with the Indiana Department of Revenue to resolve the issue.” “ We plan to be open for business as usual tomorrow.” ✭ Call Star reporter Gabby Ferreira at (317) 444-6283. Follow her on Twitter: @Its_GabbyF. Latitude 360 Continued from 3A GABBY FERREIRA/THE STAR These notices were posted Saturday on the front door of Latitude 360, 4016 E. 82nd St. Judge Marilyn Moores. DCS spokesman James Wide said the agency received the appellate court’s decision and will be meeting with legal counsel to decide how to address the case. DCS officials filed the Child In Need of Services petitions, also known as CHINS, in December 2014, after the youngest child tested positive for mari- j uana when he was born, court records s tate. The boy’s mother tested negative f or marijuana at that time. T he woman, who was not named in the opinion, admitted she had smoked marijuana once while she was pregnant but before she knew about it. She said she stopped as soon as she found out she was pregnant, court records state. According to the opinion, DCS had found evidence of neglect against the parents three times before — twice involving domestic violence among the p arents and once for marijuana use by the mother while she was pregnant. In this most recent case, the boy’s mother voluntarily took random drug s creens about every two weeks from January through April. All of her drug screens came back negative, according to court records. T he youngest child’s father, who struggled with substance abuse, volun- t arily moved out of the home so the child ren wouldn’t be exposed to his drug u se, records state. But he still paid rent and utilities for the family. The boy’s mother testified she could maintain housing and stability for her kids, even if her son’s father asked them to move out. In the opinion written by Judge John Baker, the appeals court said “there is no evidence in the record that at any point in time any of the children were e ndangered.” A ttorney Danielle Gregory, who r epresented the children’s mother, c ould not immediately be reached for comment. “The juvenile court found four children to be in need of services when the record is devoid of evidence supporting such a finding,” Baker wrote in the opinion. “We are well aware that DCS and the courts are overwhelmed with the growing numbers of CHINS cases state- w ide,” he wrote. “All would be better served if the system focused its time, efforts and resources on the families who really need them. This one did n ot.” ✭ Call Star reporter Marisa Kwiatkowski at (317) 444-6135. Follow her on Twitter: @ IndyMarisaK. Judge Continued from 3A

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