Archive | December, 2014

DCP’s tips for surviving 2015

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Ring in the new year in confidence _________ 4 tips for surviving and thriving in 2015 Warning:  A few of these might call you out on some of your bull By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Here at Dayton City Paper, our top concern is your wellbeing. It’s all we talk about, really. So here we’ve compiled […]

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On the beat

Buch’s 2015 predictions By Jim Bucher This is it! My annual tradition is back – “Buch’s Predictions for 2015.”Only this time, it looks like I got the whole Dayton City Paper team on board, too! In the past, some were plausible; others just plain silly, but were all in good-natured fun. To be on the […]

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Local woman already regrets New Year’s resolution

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Plan to bike MetroParks trails put on hold By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Beckbom’s new bike now sits unused On Wednesday, March 18, 2015, Dayton cyclist Derma Beckbom, 26, expressed regret at having made the New Year’s resolution to bike the entirety of the Miami Valley’s bike paths, an endeavor that would take her over […]

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Ask Rocco: 12/30

New year … new you! By Rocco Castellano New Year, New You. That is the dumbest slogan I have ever seen. Every year, personal trainers, gym owners and supplement companies decide it’s the new year… so you should start thinking about being a new you. It’s literally the same thing every year. You make a […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

2015 Year in Preview By Mark Luedtke I did a lot of fake research and fake interviews to gain insight into what to expect in the Dayton area next year, and I’m sorry to report things will continue to go downhill. After the success of Beavercreek police officer Sean Williams in getting away with murder, […]

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What’s the plural of Channing Tatum?

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Imagine a world of Channing Tatum clones unleashed By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: If Hollywood created a legion of Channing Tatums, would the “Magic Mike” Channing always be shirtless? I love the idea of the BBC series, Orphan Black, with its speculative science fiction premise of a situation where human cloning exists, somehow operating on a […]

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No beard, no beer

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Dayton says curtains to craft industry By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Only a few area breweries remain after what industry experts are calling “The Naked Chin Massacre” A report from the future: “Can Dayton sustain double digit numbers of breweries?” This was the question on everyone’s mind in 2013, when it appeared that we would have upwards […]

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From Front Street to Nanjing

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Dimensions of 2014 in the arts By Susan Byrnes Photo: The Orgullo Mexicano Dancers perform at Rosewood Arts Centre’s 2014 Art On The CommonsPhoto courtesy of Rosewood Arts Centre I have often heard it said that Dayton is fortunate to have the amount and quality of arts it has for a city its size. And […]

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Looking forward: 2015 in the arts

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How Dayton draws its future By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Gallery view of the 2014 Stivers School for the Arts photography auction; photo: Leah Stahl A recent article in the New York Times Arts section posed the question to a panel of cultural figures of whether our art is equal to the challenges of our times. The premise […]

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News of the weird: 12/30

By Chuck Shepherd Perspective Although elephants, rhesus monkeys, cobras, cows and water buffalos are regarded as sacred by many of India’s Hindus, the animals most certainly do not live idyllic lives, according to a November BBC News dispatch. As “growing populations are swallowing up habitat,” the divine symbols are forced to the cities, where they […]

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Advice goddess: 12/30

By Amy Alkon You delete me I’m trying to get over my ex, but I’m constantly checking his Twitter and Facebook pages, and I get really upset. I’ll see pix of women or see that he’s gone to some event and wonder whether he met anyone there. It’s crazy-making, but I can’t seem to stop […]

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Debate Forum: 12/30

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Debate Center: A little friendly fire(ball)  By Sarah Sidlow Illustration: Jed Helmers Since the 1930s, comic book giants DC and Marvel have engaged in a friendly rivalry. You know, a friendly fireball to the face, a Batarang through the spleen a … whatever Aquaman does… That rivalry has recently come into the public eye to a greater […]

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Miss Maha and the headlines

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Things you might read in 2015 … or not by Maha Kashani Photo: Downtown Dayton won’t be making the fastest dying cities list in 2015; photo: Laura Loges The ball drop is merely hours away! As a new year approaches, I felt it would only be appropriate to shine some light on the stories that you […]

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To obscurity and beyond

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The best overlooked albums of 2014 By Alan Sculley Photo: Old Monk’s, Posing As Love claims No. 1 on The Best Overlooked Albums of 2014 With literally thousands of albums getting released each year (let’s thank computer music programs, affordable home recording equipment and Internet marketing for enabling just about anyone who wants to make […]

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Snow me the money

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Downtown ski resort turns campus into local attraction By Matt Bayman Photo: “The city ended up not only paying for all of the overtime hours incurred from plowing the streets and creating Mount UD, but set aside more than $100,000 for salt to be used for future storms.” – UD student Michelle Gephardt University of […]

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Fast casual

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Newly opened Quick N Slick trades quality for quantity By Paula Johnson Photo: The Quick N Slick hot dog You might think of the latest in culinary trends as foods which are locally sourced, and inventively prepared meals focusing on organically raised vegetables and meats. And the continued popularity of the “slow food” movement, encouraging […]

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Ready, Set, LEGO!

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Be prepared for LEGO dazzle and delight when the BrickUniverse Convention for LEGO Fans visits the Dayton Convention Center August […]

We all live in a ‘Yellow Submarine’

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Coinciding with the 50th anniversary and theatrical re-release of Yellow Submarine, animator Ron Campbell is bringing his Rock Art Show […]

Four headliners and more this week at Downtown’s Levitt

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Delhi 2 Dublin, Kyle Dillingham, Sol Driven Train, Lao Tizer Band Delhi 2 Dublin (l-r): Serena Eades, Sanjay Seran, Ravi […]

The Oregon’s Seafood Stalwart

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Carving out history Jay’s Seafood Restaurant is a longtime pillar of the Oregon District dining scene. It’s steeped in lore […]

Destination Yellow Springs

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Yellow Springs artist exhibited (times two) Yellow Springs painter Christine Klinger is showing her work at the Emporium/Underdog Café through […]