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Donovan Wheeler

Wheeler proudly teaches AP Literature and AP Language to some bright and lovably obnoxious kids in a small college town. He is the senior editor for the craft beer website Indiana on Tap and writes to ISU's STATE Magazine. Since putting in a pool he can now dive in head first (with goggles), and he has mostly stopped throwing golf clubs, but he still hates to fly.

Reparation: Omen Under the Hood

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This is the second in a short series of features drawn from Donovan Wheeler’s lengthy interview with Reparation’s director Kyle Ham and screenwriter Steve Timm.   In part one, Wheeler discussed the impact of filming in Western Indiana.  In the remaining segments Wheeler will talk with both men about the two-decades ...

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One With The World

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Pages, War Radio’s second full-length album, showcases The Putnam Four’s sophisticated studio sound, a strong philosophical voice, and the technical mastery we’ve always expected from them. by Donovan Wheeler photos by Drew Cooper courtesy of War Radio My favorite moment in Siddhartha, Herman Hesse’s masterwork recounting the life of the ...

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Reparation: Home in Indiana

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This is the first in a short series of features drawn from Donovan Wheeler’s lengthy interview with Reparation’s director Kyle Ham and screenwriter Steve Timm.   Writing for both National Road Magazine and NUVO News, Wheeler will later share the two-decades Ham and Timm spent bringing the film to life, the ...

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The Master of His Universe

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Greencastle native and Bloomington resident Thomas DeCarlo introduces his labor of love: a high-tech animated short film which stands as proof that one person with the will and the vision can create something every bit as marvelous as the big studios. by Donovan Wheeler photos by Donovan Wheeler and courtesy ...

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There’s No Such Thing As a Free $#!+

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There’s no such thing as a free $#!+, even if the opposite has always seemed true.  My dad put in our first septic system when I was fresh to the world.  My grandparents covered the cost of my waste at their homes, and whatever pooping costs I paid when I ...

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What I Learned on My Golf Trip

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Sometimes it takes a guy 35 years to realize that the biggest problem with his golf game is his brain. by Donovan Wheeler Jim VanBuskirk, my high school golf coach, was a thin, diminutive man with a high-pitched voice.  He shielded his eyes behind a thick pair of classic horn-rimmed ...

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Is the Driver Overrated? With DePauw’s Vince Lazar

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A day after returning from a four-day, 144-hole golf odyssey in Michigan, I could not stop thinking about the impact Day-Three had on me.  On that day, two events changed my attitude about my game.  First, after a group discussion the majority of us agreed to move up a set ...

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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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