Rehagen is a writer and journalist. He joined Atlanta magazine as senior editor in 2011. Prior to that, he was staff writer and then senior editor at Indianapolis Monthly. He has been a finalist for City and Regional Magazine Association (CRMA) Writer of the Year in each of the past five years. His April 2012 feature “The Last Trawlers” was included in the anthology Next Wave: America's New Generation of Great Literary Journalists. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and a Missouri native. He lives in Atlanta with his family.
An empty safe. A missing car. Four dead. After 40 years, the unsolved Burger Chef Murders that rocked Indianapolis during one of its most tempestuous years still puzzle investigators—mostly because some believe they cracked the case decades ago.
The last time Andrew Luck threw a pass in a game, Barack Obama was president. Now, three years after he first injured his throwing shoulder, the Colts say that our franchise QB is (supposedly, FINALLY) going to be chucking balls at training camp this month. Let’s just say we’re tempering our expectations.
The King Of Comedy: A year into his partnership with controversial Barstool Sports, Pat McAfee—the former punter who’s famous for swimming drunk in the canal and swears a blue streak in his comedy act—might actually be cleaning up sports talk broadcasting.
Critics worry the world’s leading sexperts are neglecting the cold, hard science of its revolutionary founder for something more touchy feely. Turns out, the dirtiest four-letter word in sexology might be “love.”
The Carmel girls’ swim team has won 31 straight state titles, the nation’s longest streak of high school championships in any sport. The Greyhounds begin their quest for No. 32 this fall. Is there something in the water? We sent a writer and photographer into the deep end to find out.
Banned from the United Kingdom and banished from Twitter, white nationalist wunderkind Matthew Heimbach rode his rhetoric to the middle of nowhere: Paoli, Indiana. From the confines of a fabled compound there, he hopes to establish what he calls a white ethnostate.