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On the beat: 07/28

Comedian Jimmy Pardo: Never not funny By Jim Bucher Photo: Comedian Jimmy Pardo will perform July 25at Wiley’s Comedy Club In life, I’ve noticed there’s a handful of people you meet that make an impression on you. They can be friends, acquaintances or someone who you don’t talk to for a while, but when you […]

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Ask Rocco: 07/28

Obviously Congress is trying to kill us By Rocco Castellano   If you are a human being in America, it is time for you to wake the f–k up and know that our government is literally run by idiots and assholes. This new law, which is likely to pass, proves my point exactly. Known as […]

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Debate Forum: 07/28

Forum Center: Turning Amtrak into greenbacks Is Amtrak primed for the private sector? By Sarah Sidlow May’s fatal Philadelphia Amtrak crash has left many believing the agency may finally be derailed for good. On May 12, Northeast Regional Train 188 derailed and crashed in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia. Two hundred of the train’s 238 […]

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Ask Rocco: 07/21

Clean eating and exercise really pay off By Rocco Castellano   So it’s official, I’m a daddy at 50 years old. That’s right motherf—ers… 50. All the idiots in the medical community said there were hundreds of risks that could befall our little one. We defied them all. Hahahaha f—ing ha. One major one was […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 7/21

Thank Paleo for health Discredited nutritionists are desperate to save their jobs Mark Leudtke Because government and its corporate agents enjoy a virtual monopoly on science, science in America is in crisis. We’ve seen the fantastic failures produced by the global warming, Big Pharma, health care, Monsanto and more pseudo-scientists. Nutrition science used to be […]

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Haven and hell

Forum Center: What’s the deal with sanctuary cities? By Sarah Sidlow Recent events in San Francisco have rendered the phrase “sanctuary city” downright buzzworthy. Last week, a widely publicized funeral was held for Kathryn Steinle. Why? Because 32-year-old Steinle was shot and killed on a pier in San Francisco. And? Her accused killer, Juan Francisco […]

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On the beat: 07/21

Rocker Bryan Adams gets ‘Reckless’ at Fraze By Jim Bucher   I didn’t realize it, but rocker Bryan Adams and yours truly have lots in common: He’s a wonderful singer; I can sing in the shower. He’s performed with big name musicians; I’ve listened to many of those stars. OK, he’s a guy, I’m a […]

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Debate Forum: 07/14

Forum Center: Hit the road, frack New York bans controversial practice By Sarah Sidlow To frack, or not to frack? For some time, that has been the question. Questions also include: what the frack is fracking? Fracking—high-volume hydraulic fracturing for those keeping score at home—involves blasting huge amounts of water, sand and chemicals (dubbed by […]

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The Docket: 07/14

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Amanda Dee   Caught in the act Police were dispatched to a grocery store on a theft complaint. According to the complainant, four young males were loitering in the soda aisle, but when he caught up with the crew, half of them had moved on […]

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On the beat: 07/14

Mindi Abair: not your father’s jazz band By Jim Bucher   I hope you checked out my column last week on jazz musician Brian Culbertson coming to Fraze this Thursday night. He would be reason enough to spend an awesome night at the outdoor venue, but when teamed with saxophonist extraordinaire Mindi Abair well, then […]

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Advice Goddess: 8/25

By Amy Alkon   A Force To Be Reckoned Whiff  My new boyfriend travels a lot for work. Before he […]

Chew On This: 08/25

More than a study’s findings about soda By Jayne Powers Food pairings have earned their reputations: bread and butter, wine […]

Worth your salt

What the F&%$ do you know about salt? By Paula Johnson Photo: A wide variety of finishing salts, which add […]

News of the weird: 08/25

By Chuck Shepherd Pets of the 1 Percent “The worshipful treatment of pets may be the thing that unites all […]

A taste of something local

Taste of Troy spotlights local eateries By Katie Christoff Photo: Taste of Troy takes place Sept. 19 in Downtown Troy; […]

25 years, 25,000 acres

Tecumseh Land Trust, local artists partner in natural landscapes exhibition By Tara Pettit Photo: Steven Walker, The Other Side of […]