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In The Running

What to Expect from AJ Wagner By Annie Bowers Who is AJ Wagner? He’s a businessman, a writer, a retired judge, an educator, a husband and father, a community activist … and a man with a plan. He believes in Dayton: the neighborhoods, arts and entertainment, educational opportunities, entrepreneurism and most importantly, the potential for […]

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Mahler’s Bipolar Resurrection

An Exhilarating Symphonic Soundscape By Pat Suarez Climb into the mind of the bipolar individual and you enter a roller-coaster world of unpredictable emotion, rocketing into the stratosphere and then plummeting to immobilizing depths. For nearly a quarter of a century, the bipolar collided spectacularly with musical creativity in the 5’4”, bespectacled Gustav Mahler. Perhaps […]

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Pop-up Shops

New Businesses Occupy Vacant Storefronts via Activated Spaces By Shanon Potts The NCAA First Four festivities may have left town for the year, but there’s a full-court press in downtown Dayton. It’s called the Greater Downtown Dayton Plan. The big news: the plan’s implementation team needs a deeper bench, so get up and go out […]

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Pedal Pushing

Help The Environment, Your Wallet and Your Health By Valerie Beerbower Bicycles and Dayton have a beautiful history together. From the Wright Brothers’ bicycle shop to the city’s recent achievement of becoming nationally recognized as a League of American Bicyclists’ Bike-Friendly Community, many of this region’s milestones have rolled in on two wheels. Keeping with […]

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C’mon Downtown!

How and Where to Spend Your Urban Nights By Maha Kashani Would you believe me if I told you that Dayton is one of the trendiest, most cultured and affordable places to live? If your answer is no, then chances are you have yet to experience Urban Nights. Most of us have heard the expression […]

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Traffic Update

Reconsidering Camera Fiascos By AJ Wagner This is a follow up to my suggestion a few weeks ago that the traffic cameras for speed and red light violations are unconstitutional. I had a paragraph in that story about a 91-year old man who paid his tickets and was still towed. I was not totally correct. […]

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Bellbrook’s Little Big Breakfast

Blueberry Café Serves Up A Plateful By Tom Baker One thing the Midwest has going for it is the fact that you’ll often get more than you can eat in one sitting.  In fact, you’ll probably end up with two meals, or at least one meal and a substantial snack for later.  Bellbrook’s Blueberry Café […]

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Mad Anthony

Cincinnati’s Angriest Tonys Love This City By W.C. Ruffnel Sometimes, three folks are better than four. In the case of Cincinnati’s Mad Anthony, that’s clearly true. Having once had a bass, the now two-guitared-one-drumkit attack of these fellas is an exploration in the sonically sound and fucking-fist-pumping perversion of rock and roll. To see them […]

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Expect The Unexpected

The Circus Collective Presents: The Sideshow By Kyle Metlon For those of you heading out to Urban Nights this coming weekend, you’re certain to encounter a variety of experiences throughout downtown Dayton and beyond. Out on the fringes of downtown at Fourth and Walnut, however, you’ll come across an independently produced event showcasing an eclectic […]

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A Lust for Good Sound

New Albums to Enjoy This Spring By Benjamin Smith I dig sex. Sex is good (usually). It is also synonymous with this season, at least in my mind: warmer weather, less clothing, longer nights. Listen to the birdsong at dawn — you know why the robins chirp. Nature is buzzed and ready to get some. […]

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News of the weird 10/21

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Signs of the times “Selfie fever” has begun to sully the sacred Islamic pilgrimages to […]

The last word

Thanks for reading By A.J. Wagner This will be my last week writing the “Law and Disorder” column for the […]

The art of organization

Yellow Springs Artist Studio Tour & Sale returns By Alyssa Reck Photo: Elaine Lamb of Mud Mothers Pottery will showcase […]

Waste not

The Plastic World of Mary Ellen Croteau By Shayna V. McConville Photo: Mary Ellen Croteau, “Endless Columns,” plastic bottle caps […]

On not getting by in Dayton

The long-term effects of poverty By A.J. Wagner I have been penning “Law and Disorder” for the Dayton City Paper […]

News of the weird 10/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Bionic shoes Police in Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture raided a shoe manufacturer in July and […]