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Winter House: Chapter 6

Winter House Home Page Fiction by Christian Shuck Chapter Six After the Waters Receded The pain was incredible. As atoms composed to form each nerve ending, waves of sensation crept up unfamiliar appendages. Perhaps the feeling was not pain. It might have only been akin to the feeling of the …

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Vignettes: Craig Thurston

Craig Thurston at Wasser Brewing Company Friday April 20 @ 8:00 Copy by Donovan Wheeler He fell in love with music from a distance, parking cars at the (then) Deer Creek Music Center.  Today he tours Indiana and the Midwest, entertaining listeners with a set of pipes that bottom out …

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The Con Artists

Featured Image by Doug Kline for The Conmunity – Pop Culture Geek licensed for use under the Creative Commons 2.0 Generic Remaining Images by Christian Shuck At six in the morning, central time, on a Friday, my alarm went off. I shook the sleep out of my eyes and remembered …

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Roamin’ Holiday: No Place Like Home

America is a great place to live, there’s no arguing that. I just hope we’re able to realize we’re already great, and hold onto the things that make us so. We are, after all, the new Rome. In my work, I meet people that travel to different parts of the …

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Releases: Merritt Gibson’s Eyes On Us

copy by NRM Staff information courtesy Skye Media photo credits: Anna Haas, Red Hare Photography Look on social media, and you’ll think the millennial world swirls around marches on the Capitol and showdowns with the NRA.  But among those of us who spend time with most of the nation’s young …

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An Apology to Megan

My recent disagreements with my step-daughter over issues such as #MeToo have left a distance between us.  They have also opened a gulf between myself and the Democratic party.  I desperately want to fix my relationship with the former.  My relationship with the latter, however, isn’t really up to me. …

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Daytrip: Point Pleasant, West Virginia

Around 10:30 in the morning, Point Pleasant was still dormant when our group of four parked our car next to the post office. Few people walked the streets. Even fewer cars passed down the main strip. Some small businesses were closed permanently, others still waiting to open for the day. …

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Johnnie Dead and the Dead Deads

Friday Photo Blog–Sunday Edition by Tim McLaughlin Tim McLaughlin profiles The Dead Deads’ February stop in Indianapolis as part of their  recent nationwide tour. First off I’m going to come clean about this review being incredibly biased.  There, I said it. I first saw Tosha (aka Johnnie Dead) Jones when …

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