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A legendary legacy

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Chef Elizabeth Wiley discusses her history of cooking Chef Elizabeth Wiley enjoys nothing more than creating new and unique epicurean treats By Paula Johnson Chef Elizabeth Wiley is a well-known quantity in Dayton. At the helm of Meadowlark and Wheat Penney with Chef Liz Valenti, and recently Sagecraft catering with Jenn DiSanto, she’s one of […]

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Their world on strings

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Kanako and Mariko Shimasaki on stage for the first time in Springfield Mariko and Kanako at the Dayton City Paper photoshoot. By Tim Walker At the age of 4, most Ohio children are starting preschool and playing with blocks. Kanako Shimasaki was a bit different, however. Born and raised in Springfield, Ohio, she was taking […]

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You should see it, you should hear it

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Dare 2 Defy rocks the Schuster Center with The Who’s “Tommy” Dare 2 Defy’s cast rehearsing for “Tommy” (L-R) Darren Brown, Naman Clark, Melissa Hall, Angie Thacker, Brennan Paulin, Paul Hahn, Chavin Medina, Garret Young, Samantha Creech, Tyler Smith, Jamal Cann, Natalie Sander, Jesse Trieger.  Photo: Brett Norgaard By Dr. Jill Summerville Though numerous jukebox  […]

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Conspiracy Theorist:01/16

Hey, Republicans Spending is the problem By Mark Luedtke I’m sick of hearing about the Republican tax cuts. Granted, cutting the business rate from 35 percent to 21 percent is good. Lower taxes are always better. Competition will force companies to lower their prices. Some companies, which fled overseas to avoid high US taxes, will […]

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Place your bets

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2018 craft beer trends Many new trends are expected to hit the craft beer scene in 2018 By Jim Witmer The new year brings with it anticipation and excitement, new beginnings, and predictions. As someone who watches with interest the trends within craft beer, here are my predictions for 2018. If it seems as if […]

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Can’t Sleep?

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DCP’s guide to your late night insomnia By Sarah Conard It’s 3 o’clock in the morning. You ‘ve just finished the series finale of “The Office” for the 12th time. You know you can’t possibly sleep now but, you don’t feel like starting “Stranger Things” for the third time either…what do you do? The Dayton […]

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Thought-provoking

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The Cline Show at the Dayton Visual Arts Center Simeon Estes “Cut It Out”, chalk By Tim Smith The Dayton Visual Arts Center (DVAC) has always showcased and encouraged local artists in the pursuit of their artistic visions. Every year it holds numerous exhibits that give Dayton area artisans free expressionistic reign. One of its […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 01/09

It’s freezing again But that doesn’t stop global warming frauds By Mark Luedtke It seems like we’ve set records for cold the last dozen winters. This deep freeze gripping the country as I write continues the trend. An unbiased observer must consider the climate is cooling, not warming. Real scientists predicted global cooling years ago […]

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Back to the farm(house)

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The romance and reality of rustic beer styles Farmhouse Ale from Little Fish Brewery By David Nilsen The term “farmhouse ale” conjures images of a rustic farm in the middle of flowing grain fields, a line of workers in old-timey dress lining up for a tankard of beer in front of the barn, and the […]

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The Sport for all

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How to soop, avoid crossing the hog-line, and win a bonspiel By Megan Garrison In the 16th century, a Flemish artist by the name of Pieter Bruegel painted a series that depicted life throughout the seasons. One painting, “Hunters in the Snow,” has a curious game being played on the ice. While the sport is not the […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 01/02

Flipped script Mueller’s investigation of Trump is under attack By Mark Luedtke Two months ago, special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s assault on team Trump’s fake pre-election collusion with Russia looked like an unstoppable juggernaut. Mueller stacked his team with Clinton supporters and loyalists, and anybody who wanted to oust President Trump. Everybody in power, the press, […]

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On the Beat: 01/02

OTB, so long, but not goodbye Buch jauntily tips his hat farewell By Jim Bucher Remember a few years back, when WDTN Channel 2, where I called home for almost 30 years, was bought by a new broadcasting company? The general manager at the time was quoted as saying, “You won’t notice any difference. Channel […]

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Run for Cover

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Invasion of the stink bugs By Tim Smith The Miami Valley has been besieged by a plague, and it isn’t salmonella or Funk music. The pestilence in question is the stink bug, that creepy flying insect that somehow manages to get into your home without you knowing it until you see one. You really know […]

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If there’s a rock ‘n roll heaven,

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Well you know they’ve got a hell of a band Tom Petty. Photo: Sam Jones By Tim Walker 2017 is leaving us, and it’s taking with it some big names from the music business. A surprising number of well-known and beloved artists and musicians passed away too early over the past twelve months. Some had […]

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On the Beat: 12/26

The difficult problem The worst in Dayton is Heroin By Jim Bucher This is an easy one. The worst for 2017 here in the Miami Valley. Easy, yet a very difficult problem. The Heroin epidemic. It is out of control if you hadn’t noticed. We made the national news broadcasts way too many times this […]

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On Your Marc: 12/26

Improve the protest Let’s be better in 2018 By Marc Katz The worst of 2017? You mean worse than whatever’s happening in the White House? I’m going with the Colin Kaepernick controversy, and nothing else in sports comes close. Despite an exemplary message, he was co-opted by a spin minister concerned only with his own […]

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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? […]