Archive | April, 2015

The cycle continues

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Miami Valley celebrates National Bike Month By Tor Simms Photo: James Carter, Lucy Sanchez, Amy Dingle and Dan Sahli take a ride at RiverScape during National Bike Month 2014; photo: Jordan Hart National Bike Month was established in 1956 by the League of American Bicyclists. Since its inception, it has grown to become a national month-long […]

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The Weight of water

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Beauty, irony, loss By Susan Byrnes Photo: Prudence Gill, Over, Under, Around, and Through, 2015 Compared to many Midwestern states, Ohio is fortunate to have abundant water resources. Lake Erie serves as a northern border to the state, while the Ohio River creates its southern border, and buried valley aquifers resulting from ancient glacial activity […]

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Debate Forum: 04/28

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Forum Center: We’ll always have Havana By Sarah Sidlow President Obama announced in December that the United States would end its 54-year embargo against Cuba. American-Cuban relations have been tense for the last half-century, punctuated by Cuba’s inclusion on the United States list of state sponsors of terrorism in 1982. But last week, Obama declared he […]

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Ask Rocco: 04/28

Whatever the F— happened to Health Care? By Rocco Castellano Not many of you know this, but I have been coaching many of the top fitness professionals on how to build successful businesses. The secret formula really isn’t that secret and it isn’t really that difficult to understand. Create a great product or service, deliver […]

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The Docket: 04/28

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Balls of steel Officers responded at 4:45 a.m. to an attempted robbery complaint. The two female victims told police they were walking through a parking lot when a blue PT Cruiser pulled up very quickly toward the two and stopped. The driver jumped […]

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Exploring cultural identity

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2015 Dayton Jewish International Film Festival By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: The 2015 Dayton Jewish Film Festival will screen “Dancing in Jaffa” on Wednesday, May 6 To answer the age-old question – what does it mean to be (blank) – requires deep and extensive investigation, on the level and scale of historic and cultural survey. And […]

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Foaming the landscape

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Ohio’s craft beer scene continues growth By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Enthusiasts gather for Dayton Beer Company’s downtown opening In March, Cincinnati’s nearly two-year-old Rhinegeist brewery announced a jaw-dropping expansion plan. As part of a $10 million undertaking, the brewery bought the building it previously leased, added a massive new brew system and fermenters and […]

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Bombing the music industry

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Ex-Bombers bring vinyl-only ethos to SPT By Christian Roerig Photo: Scott Walus and Keri Cousins of the Ex-Bombers will perform at South Park Tavern on April 30 These days, most music lovers are completely inundated with links to videos, overwhelming Spotify playlists, and in general, too much. Because of this, it can be very hard […]

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The last laugh

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Funny Women of Comedy Show at Wiley’s By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The Funny Women of Comedy Show featuring comedian Kim Coles will take place May 2 at Wiley’s Comedy Joint At some point or another, we all need a release, an escape from the troubles of this life. And what better way to do […]

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The America we never knew

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Novelist tells riveting alternative history By Tim Anderl Photo: Author TJ Turner Yellow Springs resident TJ Turner is a renaissance man. In addition to his career as a research scientist with the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, he’s also a federal agent, and as a reserve military officer, he has served […]

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Chew on this: 04/28

Core reasons to eat more fruits and veggies By Jayne Powers In a perfect world, the healthy tenets of a healthy lifestyle would translate into not only awareness, but behavior change. Oh, that behavior change. I mean, we, as a nation, know what’s good for us — eat more fruits and vegetables. Awareness of that […]

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Kicking cancer in the C-Note

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Dayton Blues Society benefits American Cancer Society By Mike Ritchie Photo: [l-r] Paul Goodwin, Greg Calvert and Fred Gillespie of The Beaumonts The Dayton Blues Society (DBS) and Team Vanderpool (TV) present the “Blues in the Key of C” Benefit for the American Cancer Society (ACS). TV is a group from Indiana and Ohio who […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 4/28

Leftist obsession By Mark Luedtke Like most cities, Dayton is a commuter city. High taxes and resulting poor pseudo-services drive residents out of the city proper and into the suburbs to live, but many drive back into the city every day to work. These commuters supply the lifeblood of the city. Without them, Dayton would […]

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Seeing (and hearing) stars

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Catch A Rising Star Gala showcases young talent By Erin Callahan Photo: Alpin Hong will perform in the Education Center of the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery as part of Discover Classical WDPR’s Catch A Rising Star program The three performers of Catch A Rising Star, hosted by Discover Classical WDPR, can boast professional music study, […]

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Hung on the high wire

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Jessica Hung’s “Concertmaster’s Choice” at the DAI By Pat Suarez Photo: Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra concertmaster Jessica Hung will perform her “Concertmaster’s Choice” May 17 at the Dayton Art Institute Who doesn’t love a generous helping of symphonic red meat? Seventy-some musicians filling the Mead Theater with blood-pounding fortissimos, brass blazing, percussion thundering; it’s the backbone […]

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On the beat: 04/28

Why is choosing not to have kids a bad choice? By Jim Bucher So, after writing some 125 columns for Dayton City Paper this one is a first. First in the sense that I’m not totally writing it – but the subject matter is something I can’t speak about. It’s a sore subject for some; […]

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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 […]