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When cadavers speak

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Learning in the shadows of heroes, dead and alive, at Wright State’s Cadaver Anatomy Procedure Lab By Josher Lumpkin Photo: In one of many simulations set up for practice, an emergency professional puts her skills to the test There I was, 9 in the morning, holding a cold, grey human heart in my gloved hand. […]

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From cell to stage

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Groundbreaking opera piques Dayton’s interest By Eric Street Photo: Composer Jake Heggie; photo: Art Clarity An extraordinary event is about to take place in the Mead Theater of the Schuster Center: the first Midwest production in a decade of the gripping contemporary opera, Dead Man Walking. Composed by Jake Heggie to a libretto by Terrence […]

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A history of overcoming

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Local author keeps Dayton’s black history alive By Katie Fender Photo: The 1995 update was renamed “Dayton’s African American Heritage” and features dancers from the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company   It’s impossible to look at the history of Dayton, Ohio, without looking at the city’s black history. The black community of Dayton has shaped this city […]

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Together again, for the first time.

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Composer-in-residence Stella Sung takes on collaborative challenge By Arnecia Patterson Photo: The Dayton Ballet presents “Creative Convergence” Feb. 12-15 Across dance genres – concert, street, reality television – the pairing of music and dance is ubiquitous by now. Specifically, ballet, modern and contemporary choreographers perpetuate a centuries-old history of using composers whose music they fancy […]

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Palate pairings

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DCP-exclusive announcement: AleFest announces AleFest 2015 – Aug. 29, 2015 at Dave Hall Plaza downtown!   AleFeast Dayton blends food and beer By Kevin J Gray Photo: The AleFeast craft beer and food pairing event begins at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 The purchase of the AleFest brand in summer 2014 reinvigorated Dayton’s largest craft […]

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Debate Forum: 01/20

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Forum Center: When journalism becomes activism By Sarah Sidlow French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo recently made international headlines when its cover, which is known for lampooning political or religious figures, bore an image of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. However, it was not the cover itself that made the world pay attention, but the reaction of two Islamist extremists, […]

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Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra’s local, global outreach

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Coordinated with Welcome Dayton, diverse offerings with Epic Journeys this weekend By Pat Suarez Photo: Composer and DPO Artist in Resident Stella Sung; photo: Jacque Brund Human beings are the ultimate dichotomy. We are both generous and stingy. We sacrifice our goods and time, even our lives, and we withhold from those in need to […]

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DCP’s tips for surviving 2015

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Ring in the new year in confidence _________ 4 tips for surviving and thriving in 2015 Warning:  A few of these might call you out on some of your bull By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Here at Dayton City Paper, our top concern is your wellbeing. It’s all we talk about, really. So here we’ve compiled […]

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Debate Forum: 12/23

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Forum Center: Is PC passé? The DCP political correctness debate By Sarah Sidlow Illustration: Jed Helmers In a unanimous October vote, the Seattle, Washington, City Council voted to recognize Columbus Day, a federal holiday, as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Seattle isn’t the first city to do so, having followed the lead of a similar April vote in […]

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Get to the point!

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World’s youngest professional knife thrower never misses By E.F. Shaub Photo: Nine-year-old Grennan Nealeigh and his six-year-old sister, Charlotte Most people would be insulted if you called the work they do for a living a “freakshow,” but not Grennan Bartlett-Nealeigh’s family – they take it as a compliment. This is because they run an actual […]

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They grow this stuff in Ohio?

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Freshwater Farms’ annual Ohio Fish and Shrimp Festival By Paula Johnson Photo: Retail Marketing Manger Cherie dela Rama digs into a box full of fresh shrimp; photo: Gary Haber Fish festival fever Ohio is famous for festivals of all sorts. So far, I’ve counted more than 50 in the southwestern part of our state alone. […]

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Research. Re-pour. Repeat.

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An historical brewery experience at Carillon Brewing Company By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Katie Nowack, program manager of the Patterson Homestead, stokes the fire under a large copper kettle used for hearth cooking demonstrations for the historical food-ways programming; photo: Haylie Schlater Walk into any modern brewery and the scene is awash with stainless steel. From […]

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The Goddess is IN

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Amy Alkon’s consummate counsel By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: “Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck,” by Amy Alkon, published by St. Martin’s Griffin, 2014 Advice Goddess Amy Alkon has been dispensing her brand of guileless guidance for years, from humble beginnings on New York City street corners to her much-lauded syndicated column that […]

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Taste this!

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Annual foodie festival leaves a good Taste on your palate By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Participating restaurants include Arepas & Company, Ashley’s Pastry Shop, Brio, Butter Café, Christopher’s Restaurant and Catering, Dixie Dairy Dreem, Figlio Wood Fired Pizza, Sweet P’s Handcrafted Ice Pops and Young’s Jersey Dairy Thursday, Aug. 28, at Fraze Pavilion the Kettering Moraine […]

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As a matter of craft

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Spotlight on the 2014 Eichelberger FilmDayton Festival By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Josh Marshall as Dean and Hannah Marshall as Lana in “The Infinite Man”; photo courtesy of “The Infinite Man” The slogan for this year’s Eichelberger FilmDayton Festival says it all – “Craft Matters.” Those two words label not only the films selected for the festival, […]

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What The funk?!?

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Spotlight returns to Dayton’s musical legacy By Rusty Pate Photo: The Ohio Players; image courtesy of the Dayton Daily News Archive at Wright State University Music helps define the places from which it springs. The mere mention of certain cities or musical styles drips so thick with nostalgia and palpable energy it seems impossible to separate […]

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The kids are alright…and the nannies and billies, too

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In this fast-paced world of immediate answers and non-stop connectivity, there is a real need for us to unplug and […]

Debate 5/22: Blurred lines create travel tensions

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Have you ever heard of an emotional support mouse? What about an emotional support hedgehog, or mini pig? (Can we […]

Pups on the run

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Did you know that the Humane Society of Greater Dayton (HSGD) has been “Finding Great Homes For Great Pets” since […]

Catfé society in St. Anne’s Hill

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Last spring I wrote a piece introducing readers to a Dayton first: The Gem City Catfé, which officially opened its […]

The new Splash Moraine?

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What happens when you have dogs leaping through the air, splashing into a pool and swimming frantically after a toy? […]