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No Suitcase. No Problem.


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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Drum to the Pow Wow


SunWatch Indian Village Hosts “Keeping the Tradition Pow Wow” By Kevin J. Gray On Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24, members of the Miami Valley Council for Native Americans (MVCNA) will transform the grounds of SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park to present the 24th Annual Keeping the Tradition Pow Wow. The Pow Wow will feature […]

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Ladies First

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Women in Jazz Festival Celebrates 30 Years By Tim Walker Full disclosure, here: I am a true lover of jazz music. My all-time favorite albums include Miles Davis’s Kind of Blue and John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme. I’m crazy about Weather Report and Mahavishnu Orchestra. Give my cell phone a call and you’ll find my […]

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Caching In


The Secret World of Geocaching By Megan Garrison So it’s summer. A time when kids get out of school, parents take off time from work and everyone else tries to find a moment of relaxation. For a lot of us, summer is just the time of year that the whole country gets unbearably warm and […]

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A Piece for Everyone


Diverse Styles at Yellow Springs’ Jewelry Showcase By Emma Jarman It’s no secret the township of Yellow Springs is off the beaten path for many who live, work and entertain in the City of Dayton. Although it’s only about 20 minutes from downtown proper, many see the trip up 675 to be out of the […]

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A Step Towards Equality


Dayton Allows Domestic Partnership for Same-Sex Couples By Emma Jarman On Wednesday, May 2, the City of Dayton unanimously approved an ordinance that allows couples, regardless of sexual orientation, the ability to enter a domestic partnership and receive benefits including health insurance coverage, hospital visitation rights and pickup privileges for children after school. The idea […]

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Get Outside


Summer Fun Returns to RiverScape MetroPark By Valerie Beerbower With the recent spate of 90-plus temperatures, Daytonians aren’t waiting for the solstice to declare the official arrival of summer. Seasonal icons, such as ice cream shops and swim trunks, abound in nearly every neighborhood. RiverScape MetroPark is no exception. Visitors to this riverfront park will […]

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Living Dead People

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Zombie Walk Originators Reveal Their Plan Photos By Kristen McFarland “Zombies are the liberal nightmare. Here you have the masses, whom you would love to love, appearing at your front door with their faces falling off; and you’re trying to be as humane as you possibly can, but they are, after all, eating the cat. […]

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Love, Comedian Style


Loni Love Brings Her Keepin’-It-Real Comedy to Dayton By Jason Webber Being from Detroit, Loni Love just tells it like it is -no holds barred, no sacred cows, just pure, let-‘er-fly comedy pleasure. But there’s more to this funny lady than just an inner city ‘tude. Ms. Love also has a background in electrical engineering, […]

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The Docket: 8/30

Regional police blotters, reported and interpretedby By Ehron Ostendorf Feeding for two The owner of a store said a woman […]

Debate Forum: 8/23


For rent Can Ohio’s national park be “leased” for drilling? By Sarah Sidlow Quick quiz: name the only national forest […]

On The Beat: 8/23

Roadside fruit stands, where art thou? By Jim Bucher Think the older you get, the more nostalgic. Guess it’s all […]

On Your Marc: 8/23

No character like McVie By Marc Katz I know, there were iconic entertainment groups that played early in their careers […]

Debate Forum: 8/16/16


For the love of the game Olympic athletes have big dreams, but empty wallets—Should the government step in? By Sarah […]