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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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Scarecrow at 30: More Relevant Than Ever

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by Donovan Wheeler I didn’t much like John Mellencamp’s Scarecrow when it debuted in 1985. At the time, I was a high school junior who had just landed my driver’s license, desperate to shake off everything which had defined me to that point. I spent the first twelve years of ...

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