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Myer’s Market: A Personal Touch

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National Road Magazine is proud to welcome Myers’ Market as one of our primary supporters and sponsors.  Please enjoy this feature profiling Mitch Myers, his Market, and the impact it has had on our local community.  More importantly, support our sponsors and check out what’s happening at Myers’ Market. Other ...

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The Midwestern Girl

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Greencastle native Jess Berry is taking her Chicago stage résumé to The City of Angels for a chance to stand in front of the camera.  With a television and film credit already under her belt, she’s off to a good start. by Donovan Wheeler featured photo by Brittney Way photos ...

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Father’s Day Series: Lessons I Learned in the Lab

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This week National Road Magazine’s writers share in their own way what their fathers mean to them.  In this installment, Jennifer Stevens reminds us that our fathers play different roles to other people.  When we see them as others do, we grow to love them more. – For over 20 ...

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Father’s Day Series: The Son of a Carpenter

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This week National Road Magazine’s writers share in their own way what their fathers mean to them.  In this installment, Donovan Wheeler explains that, no matter what paths we choose with our own lives, the work of our fathers still follows us. Warning:  This editorial contains some rather necessary, yet ...

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Once Inside the Oval

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Two weeks after his friend, IndyCar racing owner Bryan Herta, took the checkered flag with rookie driver Alexander Rossi, Indiana native Rob Cleveland reflects both on his own time working in auto racing as well as the current state of the open-wheel circuit. The most fun I ever had in ...

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The Party in My Town

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The festivals and events in Indianapolis are great, much-needed getaways.  But getting together here at home is something the large city cannot replicate. The Italian Street Festival, on the Circle City’s southeast side, pours heat, heavy food, beer, and humanity into a large combustible concoction.  For the last five years, ...

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Review: Me Before You

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Me Before You is the dramatic portrayal of what happens when life doesn’t turn out the way that you planned.  The movie, adapted from Jojo Moyes’ novel of the same title, stars Emilia Clarke as Louisa Clark, a small town girl with an infectious personality who is intent on finding ...

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