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Debate Forum: 06/23

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Forum Center: There’s a pill for that Women may soon have pharmaceutical arousal option By Sarah Sidlow A little pink pill? Ladies, we may just be one step closer. Last week, a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory committee approved a pharmaceutical called flibanserin, a drug designed by Sprout Pharmaceuticals to boost the low sexual desire […]

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Their exits and their entrances

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Celebrating 20 years of Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Artistic director John Fleming addresses the audience during YSKP’s Paradise Paradox in 2005; photo: YSKP Standing in an empty amphitheater has a curious effect on the body. You feel at once mighty and god-like as your voice booms through the cyclorama, around the […]

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Unpacking the archives

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Art and activism at Herndon Gallery By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Stephen Marc, “Drapetomania,” 2010; photo: Dennie Eagleson This summer, the Herndon Gallery at Antioch College presents Unpacking the Archives: Frameworks for Change–Activate Now!, which will offer a connection to a time that was tumultuous not only for Yellow Springs, but for America as a whole: […]

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The city that’s trending

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Three Instagrammers shed light on Dayton’s gems By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Love it or hate it, use it or abuse it, take it or leave it, social media plays a daily role in most of our lives. Used mindfully and strategically, it can be a tool for reaching a large audience and affecting change. In […]

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Are you ready for some LEGOS?!

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FIRST LEGO League: Excitement for Science and Technology at Boonshoft By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin For some, fall means colorful foliage, warm sweaters and the autumn harvest. For others it means football, family holidays and back-to-school. And for a steadily growing group of science-savvy students, mentors, coaches and volunteers, Fall means the season kick-off for FIRSTâ […]

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Women on wheels

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Artemis Center’s Second Annual Girlfriend Ride By Jennifer Hanauer Who doesn’t like massages, luaus and bike rides? The Artemis Center’s Girlfriend Ride on October 6 has all of these things and more while also being the kick-off event to Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Dayton. So ladies, grab your best gal pal and sign up […]

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Dayton’s Two Wheel Tour

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Second Annual Tour de Dayton Rolls On By Jennifer Hanauer You want to be out and enjoying these glorious summer days, and you want to do something different and you want to take some of the energy off the top of these kids on summer break before you break through your patience threshold. Whatever shall […]

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London Calling

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The Dayton Art Institute Matches Fetes with the Olympic Opening Ceremonies Happening Across the Pond By Jennifer Hanauer On Friday, July 27, the opening ceremonies will mark the beginning of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London. The celebration will showcase the finest of the United Kingdom and will be watched by an estimated 4 […]

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Here, Kitty Kitty

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Helping the Feral Cat Problem in the Miami Valley By Jennifer Hanauer Stray kittens. Outdoor cats. Porch kitties. When using those terms, the community cat overpopulation situation in the Miami Valley sounds less like a problem and more like a basketful of hugs and kisses. But it is a problem, a sizeable one that is […]

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No Suitcase. No Problem.

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Discover Tiki Culture at The Call of the Tropics Festival By Jennifer Hanauer Do you remember the movie Joe Versus the Volcano? Perhaps not the best in Tom Hanks’ body of work, but Hanks’ Joe does powerfully and immediately connect with every viewer who has ever felt like a drone, or even just had a […]

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It’s the most LOCAVORE time of the year…

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DCP’s local holidays buying guide: Make your list, check it twice and avoid the mall like the friggin’ plague By Jennifer Hanauer Whether you are occupying Dayton or occupying a Christmas stocking, buying local for the holidays is the way to go.  Keeping your money in Dayton supports the local economy, makes neighbors out of […]

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Tweet from your seat

How Dayton arts organizations are attracting the net generation By Jennifer Hanauer At one point while researching this story, I found myself texting, tweeting, Facebooking, emailing and Googling. I was doing so rather clumsily, but yes, I had all of my social media plates spinning precariously above my head at one time. I do know […]

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On the edge

September’s Urban Nights will be over the top By Jennifer Hanauer Raise $1,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Miami Valley (BBBSGMV), and you get the chance to rappel down the side of Dayton’s 27-story KeyBank Tower during September’s Urban Nights. This was the proposition put forth to the adventuresome faction of Daytonian […]

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Benvenuti!

Dayton’s Italian community welcomes you to their annual Fall Festa By Jennifer Hanauer   Close your eyes and imagine for a moment that you are thousands of miles away from Dayton, across an ocean and sunning yourself by the Mediterranean Sea on the coast of Italy. Somewhere the lilt of an accordion accompanies the sounds […]

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Living la vida local

One Daytonian’s attempt to support her local economy By Jennifer Hanauer When my illustrious editor approached me to do a story on buying local, challenging me to go “locavore” for a week and share my findings, I got totally stoked. I’d heard the term bandied about among the more involved of my friends, and I’d […]

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Game on, iPhone off

Dayton leads region in analog entertainment options By Jennifer Hanauer We are plugged in. We have traded our books for Nooks, handwritten letters for thumb-typed text messages, and hefty family photo albums for the ease and tagability of Facebook pics. News and events are constantly streaming at us from multiple technologies with such mind-bending velocity […]

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No Jet Engines Here

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The very first thing is to learn how to pronounce it. No rhyming with the home of Baylor University in […]

Debate 9/11: Let’s Make Tammany Hall Great Again

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Third Parties have long complained that having the two major parties in charge of the election process gives Republicans and […]

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No music and arts festival would truly be complete without… wrestling, right? Well, this year at Ladyfest Dayton, buckle down […]

Lives-in-progress, demo-style

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Right from the start of this Jesse Peretz adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel Juliet, Naked, there’s something warm and unfinished […]

Are ‘Friends” Electric?

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Gary Numan’s Savage return to form at CVG’s Bogart’s Gary Numan with daughter Persia, who sings on the new single […]