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You’re a Mass-hole!

Navigating Dayton on two wheels By Emma Jarman Photo: The next Courteous Mass ride will take place Nov. 7 beginning at 5:30 p.m.; photo: property of Courteous Mass Back in 2009, a small group of people in Dayton, spearheaded by Matt Lindsay from the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission, came together to form Courteous Mass […]

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Give it a tri

Morgan’s Little Miami Triathlon By Emma Jarman Photo: Triathletes recieve guidance from Jim’s Bicycle Shop; photo: Jim Peters There are many things one can get done in three and a half hours: Clean an apartment, count to 126,000, watch a James Cameron movie or compete in and complete the biannual Morgan’s Little Miami Triathlon. On Sunday, […]

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Memories from the attic

Local artist’s exhibit reminds us to remember By Emma Jarman Photo: Artist Celice McKee will present Memories from the Attic at the YSAC gallery beginning May 16; photo: Scott Stolsenberg The child of a writer and a sculptor, Dayton artist Celise McKee grew up with an appreciation for art and nurtured creativity. From May 16 to […]

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Spring into Miamisburg

Hometown celebration kicks off with annual Spring Fling festival By Emma Jarman Photo: The kettle corn is just one veteran Spring Fling vendor We did it. We survived a winter that included not one, but two polar vortexes, weeks of subzero weather, calamity day extensions, salt shortages, bursting water pipes and grey skies that seemingly lasted […]

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How it’s really done

Idle Hour Ranch sets the exotic animal standard By Emma Jarman Photo: Sam the Giraffe playing around If you get off Interstate 75 at exit 73, just three miles west of Troy, Ohio, you might see a few things. There’s a lot of open space, a few trees, wooden farmhouses, barns and silos dotting the skyline; […]

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‘A community of learners’

UD Stander Symposium celebrates community and education By Emma Jarman Photo: University of Dayton students perform at the Schuster Center in 2012 during the Stander Symposium; photos courtesy University of Dayton  The Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium means many different things to many different people. For some University of Dayton students, it’s a day to showcase […]

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Setting the standard

Schuster Center celebrates 10 years of inspiration and innovation By Emma Jarman Photo: Marian and Dr. Benjamin Schuster signing the girders of the Schuster Performing Arts Center in 2003; photo credit: Andy Snow Dayton’s Schuster Performing Arts Center does more than just make Dayton home for artfully-minded residents; for many, it is home. The Dayton Philharmonic […]

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In the face of Disaster

Dayton Visual Arts Center presents Disaster: A Juried Members’ Show By Emma Jarman Photo: “Home of the Brave” by Guustie Alavado; cast glass on wood & acrylic The setting is ironic. Titled Disaster: A Juried Members’ Show, the exhibit sits peacefully on the second floor of the Dayton Convention Center. Softly lit and simply hung around the […]

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Claus for celebration!

The Christmas Lights at Clifton Mill By Emma Jarman Eleven months out of the year, Clifton, Ohio, is just like any other small town. There’s a waterfall, a coffee shop, a stoplight and a few historic buildings with limited historic significance; though, in this case, even that is a stretch since the Village of Clifton […]

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When (Dr.) “No” means “Yes”

DAI’s final Prime Time Rental Series event celebrates 50 years of Bond, James Bond by Emma Jarman Imagine playing legendary international man of mystery James Bond in any one of the 22 epic films that have premiered through the last 50 years. Do you become part of a brotherhood, like Playboy bunnies or cancer survivors? […]

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News of the weird: 11/18

With Chuck Shepherd The other world series In October, another premier world sports event reached its climax, with one team […]

Advice Goddess 11/18/14

Along came polygraph by Amy Alkon   I’m an aspiring comedian – seriously aspiring – so I’m out most nights […]

The Docket: 11/18

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove A new trend? A 36-year-old woman […]

Advice Goddess: 11/11

By Amy Alkon Scold rush  I try to be direct, but my girlfriend often sees this as meanness. For example, […]

The Docket 11/11/14

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove Hail seizure! Officers responded to a […]

news of the weird 11/11

by Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Baby beauty Amanda Collins, 28, took “beauty pageant mom” to the next level (down) […]