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The Eyes at Turn Three

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Terre Haute native David Hunt takes National Road Magazine’s Donovan Wheeler around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Carb Day and shows him a day the in life of an Indy Car spotter. by Donovan Wheeler David Hunt has been racing all of his life.  Granted, only the smallest sliver of ...

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Weekend Feature: Have Faith in Me

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DePauw University senior Issac Loya, originally from the Rio Grande Valley, began his collegiate journey as a freshman football player in 2004. Twelve years later the 30-year-old singer/songwriter/guitarist shares his story of setback followed by triumph.  by Donovan Wheeler photos by Caitlin Fogle You could say that what happened to ...

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Turn the Record Over

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Like many early 30-somethings, National Road Magazine’s Cory Huffman grew up listening to the music of his parents’ generation.  In this editorial, Huffman discusses the cultural vacuum created by the absence of equally worthy musical acts which should have defined his own age group. I was born in 1983 to ...

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Captain America: Then, Now, and the One In-Between

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Reprinted from coachnobody.com–April 10, 2014 The Captain America I grew up reading woke up from his deep freeze in the late 1960’s.  The hero today’s kids watch slept through Vietnam, Nixon, Reagan, Clinton, and Bush II.  I think that matters.  I think it matters a lot. *Author’s Note:  As of ...

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A Letter to Hoosier Teachers: Vote or Die

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If you’re a public school teacher in Indiana, I’m writing to you.  If you’re not a member of that community, you’re more than welcome to read along, but please understand that I write this without apology.  We are in the process of reaching out to other writers willing to share ...

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