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The Latest on SB46: By the Numbers

A lot is afoot both in front of the masses and behind the scenes with Indy’s impending Super Bowl. Here’s a list of the latest figures, some of them mind-boggling:

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Web Exclusive: Jim Irsay in His Own Words

“It’s a tough situation for Peyton. He’s not used to being in this situation. We rode the elevator together after the Tampa Bay game, and I told him he has to cover himself with optimism. He knows he can’t will his way through this. It’s not like having a broken leg, and if he were tough enough, he could play through it. It’s not that kind of injury. And the number of years he has left is unknown. He’s 35. You hope that he can play until 38, 39, 40.”

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My Super Job: Laura Carter

My Super Job: Laura Carter

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Super Bowl Stocking Stuffers

Still holiday shopping? Send someone to the Super Bowl! No, not the game—the concerts, ZipLine, and other fun stuff revolving around the big event. Here, tickets you can buy now.

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Super City Q&A with Mayor Greg Ballard

Mayor Ballard was on hand today as Mark Miles, Allison Melangton, and Rick Fuson of the Super Bowl Host Committee and Village committee named more music stars and entertainment options that will descend upon Indy Jan. 27 through Feb. 5.

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Super Bowl Village's Many Music Acts Named

More entertainment and broadcasting plans for Super Bowl 46 were released today at a press conference held at Lucas Oil Stadium, including the names of music acts to grace the various stages in the Super Bowl Village, which takes up a three-block stretch of Georgia St.

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Huddle Up: Audibles Around the Web

>> Super City went on the air with Ed Wenck at 93 WIBC on Thursday. (Hear the audio below the photo at right.) The spot aired at 6:10 p.m. and focused on reader and public reactions to the freshly revealed official Super Bowl poster by Walter Knabe and the Host Committee’s (ahem) super-important parking and traffic announcement.

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My Super Job: Adam Shepard

Day Job: Logistics and fulfillment manager with HardingPoorman Group, overseeing operations that send an average of 3,500 job orders through the door each month.

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Super Bowl Parking and Traffic Plan Released

After noting that the Super Bowl is the equivalent of a visit from the Pope from a security standpoint, the Host Committee and the Indianapolis Metro Police Department released the first details of their Super Bowl traffic plan today.

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Super Bowl Official Poster Unveiled

The official poster for Super Bowl XLVI was revealed last night in the Conrad hotel’s west foyer. The artwork depicts the Soldiers and Sailors Monument’s iconic Victory statue bursting up and out of a football, with a kinetic explosion of starry confetti and Lucas Oil Stadium as a backdrop.

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My Super Job: DeMario Vitalis

Day Job: Off-highway product planner for Cummins Inc., developing the global plans for the engine products that will be used by Cummins Power Generation

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Why does Terre Haute get Will Ferrell?

Let’s see if we understand this correctly. Indianapolis has the Super Bowl. And the Super Bowl, as much as football, means beer commercials.

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Super Howl: Who Should Sing the Anthem?

First, in defense of Madonna as halftime show performer, the erstwhile Material Girl has just that—oodles of material—to work with. And yet she has been passed off as a “karaoke singer” (et tu, Gene Simmons?) and an over-the-hill, washed-up pop diva. Smacks of ageism, if you ask me. (And you didn’t.)

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Celebrations Popping Up in Central Indiana Cities

To spread the love of the big game to those who can’t quite make it to Lucas Oil Stadium, the Super Bowl Host Committee announced 20 Super Celebration sites around central Indiana to offer family-friendly entertainment and up the excitement for the main event.

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Volunteer with Madonna!

So you’ve been kicking yourself for not signing up to volunteer at the Super Bowl. Now you have another chance to express yourself: Super Bowl Productions and our local Stage Crew Committee are enlisting volunteers—reportedly 500 of them. McKenze Rogers, marketing and communications coordinator for the Host Committee, verified that the recruitment is legit. The Halftime Show rig has to be set up in eight minutes, which is one of the main things the star is fretting about. The rehearsal schedule is demanding, but if you can’t hack a few dry runs, you probably shouldn’t be working around Madonna.

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