Further Down the Road: January 2018

Some of the pieces we are working on for the first month of 2018:

Photo courtesy of Vincent Aguirre

DePauw alumnus and Greencastle resident Vincent Aguirre has been been building his brand for over three years.  He talks about the challenges and thrills of the entrepreneurial experience in the 21st century.

Photo courtesy Alia Shuck.

Christian Shuck compares his recent trip to Italy’s capital with his own observations about life in western Indiana.

Photo credits below.

Katie Steele-Kannowski considers the sober realities and complexities which accompany the recent debate over increasing the minimum wage, especially as it applies to this part of the country.

Parke County native and Brown County resident Cari Ray tells her story.  It’s one of transformation from the 9:00 to 5:00 life to the pursuit of happiness on her own terms, and how she transformed her dreams into a meaningful, musical experience for growing fan base.

Photo courtesy of Black Market Vinyl.

Local band Black Market Vinyl offers up their much anticipated first, full-length album.  It’s an eclectic collection of the best rock-and-roll tropes and fast-paced rhythms all packaged with a distinct character matched by no other band in the region.  Our review.

Donovan Wheeler’s commentary on the best way to get through the longest months of the year for Indiana residents.

 All of this and more for January, 2018.

All of this and more, this December on NRM.

Photo Credit: Fight for $15 on 4/15 by The All-Nite Imagesis permitted according to the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.

Author: NRM Staff

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