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From pizza biz to kitchen whiz

The Caroline’s head chef serves up sophisticated American fare By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Head Chef Damian Bumgarner puts the finishing touches on The Caroline’s Pan-seared Sea Scallops Walk into The Caroline off the square in downtown Troy, and you’ll immediately feel welcome. The space, like the menu, is upscale casual. Steaks, seafood, hamburgers and a […]

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The power of people

Wilmington College revisits the Freedom Rides By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Freedom Riders, a traveling exhibit developed by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, will be on display in the Quaker Heritage Center of Wilmington College beginning March 19; photo: Corbis In 1961, civil rights workers, called Freedom Riders, rode interstate buses into the South in […]

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El idioma

By Sarah Sidlow Photo: El Puente, spanish for “the bridge” is a Dayton program aimed at helping Latino children learn English Dayton City Paper’s exploration ofthe  Dayton area’s ethnic communities continues this week with the Latino community, with a focus on El Puente – an English-language volunteer program aimed at providing Spanish-speaking youth the language tools […]

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Dusting off the dirt

Rediscovering Negro Baseball’s Dayton Marcos By Sarah Sidlow Photo: This photo appeared in the August, 1942 Spot Magazine – caption wording with photo is original to the period; photo credit: National Baseball Hall of Fame Library, Cooperstown, N.Y. Editor’s Note: The language used in this peice refers to the language of the day as it appears […]

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Searching for the Seoul of Dayton

Multicultural Dayton By: Sarah Sidlow Photo:  The Korean War Memorial on Riverside Drive serves as one of the few indicators of Korean heritage in the area; photo: Andrew Thompson Munsup Seoh was born in Kyung-Ju, Korea. He studied Mathematics at Sogang University in Seoul, and received additional advanced degrees at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. Like […]

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Windows to the soul

Dayton Art Institute presents ‘Chagall Windows’ lithographs By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Dayton Art Institute curator Aimee DeGalan with lithographs from theMarc Chagall: Jerusalem Window Lithographs exhibition which runs through Feb. 23; photo: Alexis Brown  The Dayton Art Institute is pleased to be the temporary home of a unique and exciting collection. Marc Chagall: Jerusalem Window Lithographs […]

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Ancient aliens

SunWatch lecture series explores spirituality through archaeology By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Michael Fuller analyzes a 1,000-year-old ice skate blade made from bone; photo: Michael Fuller SunWatch Indian Village is preparing to launch its latest lecture series – one that will venture into the realm of the spiritual, and maybe the mystical. Sponsored by the Archaeological Institute […]

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Bee Mine

A local approach to the global concern of saving the honeybee population By: Sarah Sidlow Photo:  The colony of bees found by DCP Publisher Paul Noah in a tree this past summer; photo: Paul Noah Introduction by Paul Noah The shade provided by an immense backyard ash tree was a primary reason behind the purchase of […]

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A new old-fashioned way

St. Anne’s Hill puts history on display  By Sarah Sidlow   Photo: The Bossler Mansion [top left] on Dutoit Street closes out the St. Anne’s Hill Dickens of a Christmas Tour” For many, the holiday season ignites a certain appreciation for days gone by. Maybe it’s the old carols, maybe grandma’s homemade pie or the classic […]

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Country strong

Zac Brown Band heads to Dayton  By Sarah Sidlow   Zac Brown Band is coming to Wright State University’s Nutter Center on Thursday, Dec. 12. The three-time Grammy-winning southern septet is hauling out their entire repertoire, including cuts off their latest album Uncaged, which debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in 2012. […]

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News of the weird 11/25

By Chuck Shepherd Weird patriotism November is tax-publicizing season in Finland, where, starkly unlike America, the government releases all individuals’ […]

The Docket 11/25

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove This week, Docket editor Charles Grove […]

Advice Goddess: 11/25

By Amy Alkon Scoot force My husband’s been saving for a motorcycle, and I was excited about riding on the […]

HO, HO, HOmetown holiday celebration

Santa Claus is coming to Troy By Janell R. Ward Photo: Don’t miss the finale of the Troy Hometown Holiday parade, […]

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 […]