Keegan Rammel


Location icon United States of America

I'm currently a contracted staff writer at Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division. I work directly for Schatz Publishing Group. My goal is to tell human stories; whether that person is an engineer or a musician.

Indianapolis Monthly
Indy Artist Nathaniel Russell Gives the World a Gift - Indianapolis Monthly

Nathaniel Russell Photo by Chris Vorhees This post originally appeared on The Campus Citizen. Facebook, Vans, and Luna Records have one thing in common: They've hired Indianapolis artist Nathaniel Russell to create for them. Using thick lines, imperfect shapes, and simple colors, Russell produces accessible and inviting pieces that people can quickly connect with.
NSWC Philadelphia Hosts Puerto Rican Co-Op Students While University Rebuilds

When Tony Morales watched Hurricane Maria devastate his hometown of Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, last September, he knew he had to help. Morales, a 35-year employee of Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)in Philadelphia, helped launch a special co-op initiative for students affected by the hurricane.

Indianapolis Monthly
Richard Edwards Returns With First Post-Margot Record - Indianapolis Monthly

When Richard Edwards fronted Margot & the Nuclear So And So's, the rising young indie-rock star was known for his depressing lyrics and sad overtures. That was over a decade ago, before his divorce and brush with a potentially fatal disease that forced him to stop performing.

Indianapolis Monthly
Fernando Alonso Returns to Indianapolis - Indianapolis Monthly

Fernando Alonso shook up the Formula One world when he announced he would skip the Monaco Grand Prix, a race which he has won twice, to race the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500. Alonso has raced in Indianapolis before, six times in fact, well almost six but we'll get to that later.

Indianapolis Monthly
Indy Exorcist Vincent Lampert on the Devil and Saving Souls - Indianapolis Monthly

This post originally appeared on The Campus Citizen. Growing up on the west side of Indianapolis, Vincent Lampert was an ordinary Hoosier kid. He was raised in a strong Catholic family, he graduated from Cardinal Ritter High School in 1981, and he went to Indiana University Bloomington to study political sciences.

Indianapolis Monthly
Culture Q&A: Comedian Hannibal Buress - Indianapolis Monthly

This post originally appeared on The Campus Citizen. Hannibal Buress is a comedian from Chicago with a full TV resumé: He wrote on 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live, has a role in Comedy Central's Broad City, is the cohost of The Eric Andre Show on Adult Swim, and stars in four specials on Netflix.

Indianapolis Monthly
Meet Soccer Fans at Chatham Tap - Indianapolis Monthly

Arsenal fans share a pint. Photo by Tony Valainis Walking into a bar at 7:30 in the morning to a group of British transplants shouting at televisions may feel strange at first, but after a beer and a bit of conversation, the community built by the soccer fans at Chatham Tap becomes inviting.

Dawes returns to Indy for Vogue show

B rothers Griffin and Taylor Goldsmith have been performing together for over 20 years - except now when they play together in their band Dawes , it's at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert or at Austin City Limits, not in their basement. Dawes has existed since 2009, but the Goldsmiths have sung together forever.

Marty Stuart's country artifact collection

Marty Stuart is not only a legend of country music, he is a keeper of the flame. Stuart might be best known for his string of hits from the '80s and '90s like "Western Girls" and "Hillbilly Rock," but he's continued to record regularly (and rock his signature feathered hair).

Indianapolis Monthly
Singer for the Band Diane Coffee Finds Spark in Indiana

Before kicking off a national tour with January shows in Bloomington and Indianapolis, Shaun Fleming invited IM into his picturesque studio/barn for a look back on why he resettled in the state

Indianapolis Monthly
eXplore Brown County is a Game Changer - Indianapolis Monthly

This article is part of the Rediscover Brown County package in the October 2016 Indianapolis Monthly issue. For more on our favorite fall destination, click here. Off state Road 135 past Gnaw Bone, down Valley Branch Road, on the unpaved turnoff to eXplore Brown County , strange sounds start coming out of the woods.

Indianapolis Monthly
Michael Carbonaro: Secrets of a Magician - Indianapolis Monthly

The star of the prank show "The Carbonaro Effect" is best known for making people believe the unbelievable is happening directly in front of their eyes. He has convinced people that he can pull a bowling ball out of a flat box and that men can morph into pigs.

Indianapolis Monthly
Culture Q&A: George Clinton and His 'Mothership Connection' to Indy - Indianapolis Monthly

George Clinton Photo by Will Thoren Photography George Clinton has helped define many genres over the last five decades. From doo-wop songwriting in the Motown era, to shaping psychedelia, to becoming one of the most sampled artists in hip-hop, to, most recently, collaborating with the Grammy-winning Kendrick Lamar and up-and-coming groups like Flying Lotus-Clinton has done it all.

Twitter icon Linkedin icon