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Hang on to your Assets!

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Why Ohio Police can take your assets without a criminal charge Do you forfeit? By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Jay McDonald, president of Ohio Fraternal Order of Police   Assets. We love to flaunt them; we love to hold on to them. And sometimes, apparently, the government likes to grab them. But a Columbus-based nonpartisan coalition is pushing […]

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Through the Looking Glass

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Strong’s Surrealist Ball By Morgan Laurens   It’s a cold winter night in France. You’re dressed to the nines in formal wear, a sky-blue invitation dotted with white clouds tucked inside your coat. The invitation reads, “black tie, long dresses, surrealist headpiece.” You’re going to a party and the only thing missing is your antlers. […]

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Not just in the Boondocks

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‘Pioneering cartoonists of Color’ By Lauren Adams   When most people think of famous Black cartoons, political Black cartoons, revolutionary Black cartoons, or any Black cartoons for that matter, most people think of the Boondocks, a comic strip turned TV show created by Aaron McGruder. McGruder shares searing commentary of race and culture told through […]

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Who’s your babyface?

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Wrestling and comedy with Rockstar Pro Arena & Rob Van Dam By Gary Spencer Photo: Photos by David Stockwell/DemoBlast Studios   When we think of pro wrestling, what do we usually imagine? Depending on who you’re talking to, it could mean incredible feats of athleticism, “fake” fighting, or possibly a soap opera for men. That […]

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When the comedy is finished

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Tragedy has the last word in Dayton Opera’s I Pagliacci By Eric Street Photo: John Grigaitis What lies beneath the enigmatic face paint of a clown? If Ruggiero Leoncavallo’s gripping opera I Pagliacci (The Clowns) is any indication, the reality can be far darker than the makeup’s bright camouflage reveals to the casual eye. Be on […]

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Debate Forum: 11/1

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What could possibly go wrong? Political predictions from the ones who lost By Sarah Sidlow Is this really happening? Am I stuck in a nightmare? Is it still Halloween (or maybe April Fool’s Day)? No doubt, those questions entered your mind more than once during the historic—and interminable—2016 presidential election. But imagine for a moment […]

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When Death Becomes her Debt

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Dayton Region’s Affordable Funeral & Cremation Options Offer Hope By Tim Walker Photo: (l-r) Jerry, Zerilda, Christian, Jordan, Brandy Daniels, and their mother Cans sit ready to collect donations of spare change at a local cash register. Crowdfunding accounts, registered on GoFundMe.com and similar websites, are accompanied by photos and stories, which tug at your heartstrings and […]

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Ballet with Bite

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Dayton Performing Arts Alliance’s Dracula: Bloodlines reveals the human in the monster By Arnecia Patterson The month of October is known for Halloween celebrations that barely resemble the festivals of ghosts, goblins, and animal sacrifices considered a pagan practice in the first millennium. Today, we play dress-up, make merry, and eat candy (corn)—a decidedly human […]

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A Garden of the Imagination

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Behind the scenes of The Garden of Cosmic Speculation at the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra By Neal Gittleman   FINDING THE PIECE My wife will tell you I’m really into gardens. She’s right. I mow the lawn every few weeks. I rake leaves when I’m asked to. I help trim the ivy once in a while. […]

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Stem Comes First

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Building Robots & Communication with First Lego League By Josher Lumpkin It’s no secret the Miami Valley region has a history as a bastion for innovators and inventors. Whether it’s the airplane or the cash register, the parachute or pop-top, so many gadgets, devices, and doodads were conceived of or perfected right here in our […]

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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

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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

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