Tag Archives: cover story

Boarding a roller-coaster

Unpredictable puppy, unknown past, uncertain future By Paul Noah Photo: A boy and his dog Don’t get me wrong, I love dogs. But I’m also realistic. Though my wife’s and my childless lifestyle narrowly avails responsible cat ownership (I take him to work on a daily basis), it doesn’t justify dog cohabitation because we’re nearly never […]

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From mummies to meerkats

Plenty to discover at Boonshoft By Joyell Nevins Photo: Children play at the Boonshoft Museum’s Water Table; photo: Kristy Creel Discovery: a word associated with eye-opening wonder and new ideas. Where your mind is stretched beyond its current capabilities. Where the world you think you know is bigger and more intricate than you realized.  Such is […]

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Getting the skinny

Upcoming documentary sparks debate over BMI testing By Matt Bayman Photo: [l to r] Award-winning filmmaker Mike Webber, Bailey Webber and Maddy edit film for the upcoming release; photo: Serif Cinar Most Americans agree there is an obesity problem in the United States. But whether or not children as young as kindergarten age should be subjected […]

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The city that’s trending

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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Making great strides

Dayton’s annual LGBT pride celebration By Chelsea Davis  Photo: Jah Soul performs at Courthouse Square during 2013’s Dayton Pride; photo: Randy Phillips “Pride is designed for people to be able to be themselves,” Randy Phillips, president of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center, said. “Gay people have been looked down upon and oppressed and Pride came about […]

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The sunny side of the lake

Reigning champ Cedarville University hosts solar boat competition By Mark Luedtke Photo: Cedarville’s entry in the DONG Solar Challenge in the Netherlands is lifted from the water after qualifying; photo: Kim Dewhurst Fun in the sun can be had every summer at Eastwood Lake, but this June, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) […]

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21: The other legal limit?

House Bill 391 raises Ohio ABV from 12 to 21% By Kevin J. Gray In December of 2013, Ohio House of Representatives member Dan Ramos reintroduced a bill to change the type of beer available for sale in Ohio. That bill is House Bill 391. Currently, Ohio caps sales at beers under 12 percent ABV, […]

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Worlds apart…

a little closer at A World A ‘Fair By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Dancers representing Lebanon in the 2013 A World A’Fair festival; photo: photo: Scott Solsenberg A World A’Fair is ringing in its 41st annual international festival with its theme “A Celebration of Festivals” this weekend at the Dayton Convention Center. Presented by Soin International […]

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On Broadway

Dayton’s Guys and Dolls present Best of Broadway By Joyell Nevins  Photo: Artistic Director Neal Gittleman and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra will accompany the stars of Human Race It’s hard to tell who’s going to have more fun at the The Kettering Health Network SuperPops Series Concert Best of Broadway show put on by the Dayton […]

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‘Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt’ – Mark Twain

Dayton Opera presents grandiose Aida By Eric Street photo: Jon Silla; jonsilla.com Love among the pyramids! Heartbreak by the Nile! And it’s all set against the monumental splendors of sun-washed ancient Egypt, presented to you by the formidable combined forces of the Dayton Opera, Dayton Ballet and Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. This season’s final Dayton Performing Arts […]

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Advice Goddess: 3/31

By Amy Alkon Eyes that light up a womb I’m a 35-year-old guy who’s doing online dating and who’s against […]

News of the Weird: 3/31

By Chuck Shepherd The continuing crisis The trendy St. Pauli neighborhood in historic Hamburg, Germany, suffers its share of uncouth […]

The Docket:03/31

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Bad timing A Dayton police detective stopped at […]

Chew on this: 03/31

Defensive eating for nutrition survival By Jayne Powers Back in the day – think the years following World War I […]

News of the weird: 03/24

By Chuck Shepherd Anatomy Class in Court “This will be upsetting,” cautioned Justice Robert Graesser, addressing jurors in February in […]

Chew on this: 03/24

Cooking techniques and skills for healthier lives By Jayne Powers Nutrition is more than being able to pick out healthful […]