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Legal Graffiti: Drawing to and from K12 Gallery and TEJAS

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K12 Gallery & TEJAS’ art revolution By Karen Ander Francis Photo: A creative revolution has been underway in Dayton’s urban landscape. Evidence is found in the plethora of public murals that surprise and delight folks all around the city: the 90-foot flood wall along the Great Miami River, Second Street Market, and the stories-high replicas […]

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Physical Instagram : Pecha Kucha builds a real social network

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A 20×20 Vision Pecha Kucha takes back big, concise ideas from the Internet By Morgan Laurens Photo: Guest MC Jason Antonick by Briana Snyder It’s painfully cold just outside Dayton’s Masonic Temple. Even the coarse chunks of rock salt can’t cut through thick slabs of ice coating the inky blacktop of the parking lot. Several […]

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No B.S. – You Better Believe Professional Bull Riders’ Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour Is Here

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By The Horns Professional Bull Riders’ Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour takes over the Nutter Center By Terri Gordon Photo: By Natan Daubaugh   It’s hard to know how and where the sport of bull riding truly began. Bulls have figured into histories and folklores for millennia. They’ve been central to religions and festivals […]

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Which Came First?

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Grow Home: 38th Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association Conference moves to Dayton Convention Center By Tara Petit Photo: Cover artwork by Kevin Morgan Collaboration, ideation, and innovation on statewide practices in sustainable food and farming practices will be “homegrown” this year at the 38th annual Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) Conference, “Growing […]

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Dream women: DPAA’s Soul Singers take the Schuster stage

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Soul sistas 3 Dayton women’s journeys to the Schuster stage By Gary Spencer Photo: (l-r) Dayton Performing Arts Alliance’s ‘Soulful’ winners, Tiffany Bryant, Frances Wright Pate, and Yolanda Drake It’s everyone’s dream to go from doing something you love for your amusement or for the entertainment of a small circle of family and friends to the […]

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Disrupting the Frame: 35 ‘Ferguson voices’ break from the national narrative at UD

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Moral History ‘Ferguson Voices: Disrupting the Frame’ oral history exhibit at UD By Tim Walker Photo: Tony Rice; photo: Steven Dougherty “Without courage,” the great Maya Angelou once wrote, “We cannot practice any other virtue with consistency. We can’t be kind, true, merciful, generous, or honest.” We like to think of ourselves as courageous individuals, […]

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Surviving Brock Turners

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A local look at college sexual assault policy and culture By Amanda Dee Photo: Dayton area resident Brock Turner became the name and face of lenient punishment for sexual assault on college campuses, after the impact statement of Emily Doe, the woman he assaulted at Stanford University, went viral and California Judge Aaron Persky recommended six […]

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War & Sainthood: 1930s classic ‘Alexander Nevsky’ screens at Shuster over Dayton Philharmonic’s Live soundtrack

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The two Sergeis: Dayton Philharmonic presents Sergei Prokofiev & Sergei Eisenstein’s ‘Alexander Nevsky’ By Pat Suarez Photo: 1938 ‘Nevsky’ film poster Consider today’s military warriors and the implements of battle they don. Underneath all that intimidating technology is a human being whose identity vanishes and appears to the enemy as an anti-human robot, part of […]

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FAKE U! : DCP’s Fake News Edition

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FAKIN’ IT : Searching for truth in our news By Amanda Dee photo: Last spring, people from the U.S. to the U.K. were buzzing online about a faux Limp Bizkit concert purportedly at the Sunoco on Wayne Avenue. Dayton Police tweeted to dispel these rumors, but more than 100 people still showed up, even if they […]

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Stopping the crISIS

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In the Gray Zone: Recognizing the Muslims in US By Ben Tomkins and Amanda Dee Photo: Local Muslim groups address Western stereotypes; photo: Amanda Dee On Nov. 28, Ohio State University officials and news outlets initially reported third-year logistics management major and Muslim Somali refugee Abdul Razak Ali Artan as an “active shooter” when he […]

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Building History

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A Decade of Artists featuring African-American Trailblazers known as Dayton Skyscrapers Photo:’Bokai Twe Scrapes the Sky’ by Kevin Harris By Brittany Erwin Dayton is a city proud of its heroes. Its most commonly cited—the Wright Brothers and Paul Laurence Dunbar—have inspired and served as role models while also raising Dayton’s national profile. Yet, Dayton is […]

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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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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? […]