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Getting to the Heart of Crazy

Is he an electrical engineer, an educator or a musician? By Rusty Pate  Photo:Tritschler operating his vintage Ampex tape machine and his custom mixing board Photo By: Mike Clare  Enon looks like pretty much any small town in Ohio – hell, America for that matter. Just outside of town, lies an indoor shooting range. Blink and downtown […]

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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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Let the world know: Dayton is the Birthplace of Aviation

Wright Image Group plans monument at Crossroads of America  By Leo Deluca   Photo: Aerieal view of I-70 and I- 75 intersection with a model of the Wright Memorial The Wright Image Group (WIG) plans to honor the “Birthplace of Aviation” by erecting a 250-foot-high monument to the Wright brothers at the intersection of I-70 […]

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Visions Dancing in artistic heads

Dayton Ballet’s dreamy new Nutcracker comes to life By: Arnecia Patterson Photo: [l to r] Halliet Slack, Jammie Walker, Nathaly Priesto and Paul Gilliam rehearse for the alternating roles of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the Cavalier in the new Dayton Ballet Prodcution of The Nutcracker  Ballet’s elements of beauty are recognizable to varied cultures and […]

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Breaking the ice

Opening the conversation on Dayton’s immigrant story  By Sarah Sidlow   Photo: Rwandan refugees Irene, David and Emanuel Gatanazi; photo: Bill Franz   Recently, the city of Dayton received national attention for attempting to do something revolutionary: loving thy neighbor. The New York Times and “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” two cultural institutions for news […]

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Inspire and infuse

The inaugural TedXDayton at Victoria Theatre  By Kevin J. Gray  Photo:  The TEDx planning group will present ideas that “inspire and infuse” on Friday, Nov. 15 at Victoria Theatre What’s a TED? In 1984, a group of visionaries from the worlds of technology, entertainment and design came together for the world’s first TED conference, an […]

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How it REALLY works

A discussion of Dayton’s city commission system By: Alex Culpepper  Photo: John H. Patterson of NCR helped establish Dayton’s city commission form of government following the Great Flood of 1913     Government at Large It is probably an understatement to say right now that people in this country have a dim view of government. In […]

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Hear ye! Hear ye!

Ohio Renaissance Festival offers historical family fun By Allyson B. Crawford  Photo: Children of all ages enjoy the human powered rides like the Sea Dragon at the Ohio Renaissance Festival; photo: Will Thorpe Don’t be the village idiot! Get thee to the Ohio Renaissance Festival! The Renaissance, known broadly as a period of great enlightenment, occurred […]

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The little frames that could

Featherwood Frames embraces sustainable, environmentally-sound artisanship  By: Tim Anderl  Photo: Seeing eye to eye: [l to r] David Flowers and Brett Nagafuchi of Featherwood Frames talk shop with David Brown, owner of Eye 1 in Oakwood // Photo: Bill Franz Anyone who knows who Steve Urkel, Poindexter and Clark Kent are acknowledges the act of using/wearing […]

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Sex and the workplace

Taboo or acceptable?  By Stacey Ritz Should colleagues at the same company be allowed to have sex? The Business Insider’s Henry Blodget recently published “Sex-At-Work Survey: The Results Are In!” After surveying 2,500 individuals, Blodget found that more than 84 percent of survey participants believe colleagues at the same company should be allowed to have […]

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News of the weird: 01/20

By Chuck Shepherd Man’s other best friends People’s love for their pets reached a new high in December when a […]

Chew on this: 01/20

Get more in the know about your dough By Jayne Powers Sometimes, we don’t know when we think we did […]

The Docket: 01/13

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove Bus-ted A 35-year-old man was arrested at the main […]

Public art, sans gallery

Life imitates art in Yellow Springs By Tammy Newsom Photo: Davis Street Propeller Bush, artist: Bruce Parker; photo: Yellow Springs […]

News of the weird: 01/13

By Chuck Shepherd Annals of Injustice Richard Rosario is in year 18 of a 25-to-life sentence for murder, even though […]

Advice Goddess 01/13/2015

You’ve got bail I am not attracted to “nice guys.” I’m in my early 30s, and I don’t think I […]