Tag Archives: homegrown

Harmonic euphoria

Kettering-based Timberwolf Guitar Company focuses on quality By CC Hutten Photo: [l-r] Shawn Rotterman, Rick Wolf and Tim Rotterman of Timberwolf Guitars “Quality over quantity” is a phrase that can stir a household debate – but when it comes to Timberwolf Guitar Company and instrument craftsmanship, there’s no question that quality reigns. Founded and owned […]

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Certifiably Jonathan

Ohio comedy legend Jonathan Winters honored in film By Rick Eichhorn Photo: [l-r] comedian Jonathan Winters, executive producer Matt Fortnow and comedian Robin Williams Comedian Jonathan Winters carried a buckeye in his pocket every day, everywhere he went. Ever the collector, the buckeye was most likely indicative of the strong bond he felt with his […]

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Murphy, The Marathon Man and me

Terry Wilson on his book, “Life’s Too Short … And So Am I” By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Terry Wilson, about to go on the air for the first time on WING radio Terry Wilson has been all over the globe. For over 40 years, he has brought his boundless energy and sense of humor to […]

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Acting natural

Jason Kaufman brings acting chops to Wright State By Jim Hannah Photo: Jason Kaufman, Wright State assistant professor of acting; photo: Roberta Bowers When he was growing up in Cleveland, he and his father would go to the movies together every Friday night. He saw Marlon Brando in “On the Waterfront” when he was only […]

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Eat your backyard

MetroParks instructs homegrown (literally)  by Kristen Wicker Photo: Quervo the donkey resides at Possum Creek MetroPark, 4790 Frytown Rd.   What’s one thing Connie Duncan, Five Rivers MetroParks education assistant, sees when she considers the farm at Possum Creek MetroPark?  Quiche.  That’s because the farm is being transformed into a demonstration space where visitors can see […]

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Dayton: on the books

Curt Dalton champions city history By Kyle Melton Photo: Dayton Historian Curt Dalton displays “Through Flood, Through Fire: Personal Stories From Survivors of the Dayton Flood of 1913”; photo: Sydney Reynolds In the world of academia, historical writing is a long process, guided by agendas of universities and the niche fields of study in which professors both […]

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Kettering’s summer soundtrack

After 23 years, Fraze Pavilion continues to impress By Leo DeLuca Photo: The Turtles featuring Flo and Eddie will perform as part of the Happy Together tour at Fraze Pavilion on Aug. 6, 2014 Wind whistles low, visiting the tops of trees, as the sun sinks off in the horizon. Concertgoers gather near and far, seeking […]

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Harley, the service dog

Two American veterans, taking care of each other By Josher Lumpkin Photo: David Honea and his service dog, Harley David Honea is an American hero. Active in the Army from 1975 until 2002, he was a vitally important player behind the scenes in just about every conflict this country faced during those years. You may not […]

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Groom on the go

Pet Styles by Amanda brings the ’doo to the dog By Chelsea Davis Photo: Mobile pet groomer Amanda Cantrell and one of her dogs, Jack; photos: Amanda Cantrell Facials, pedicures, extensions, cut and style – all from the comfort of your driveway! Sounds nice, right? It is nice, and extremely convenient … for your dog. Pet […]

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The city that’s trending

Three Instagrammers shed light on Dayton’s gems By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Love it or hate it, use it or abuse it, take it or leave it, social media plays a daily role in most of our lives. Used mindfully and strategically, it can be a tool for reaching a large audience and affecting change. In […]

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News of the weird: 03/24

By Chuck Shepherd Anatomy Class in Court “This will be upsetting,” cautioned Justice Robert Graesser, addressing jurors in February in […]

Chew on this: 03/24

Cooking techniques and skills for healthier lives By Jayne Powers Nutrition is more than being able to pick out healthful […]

Naturally inclined

Slimy, furry outdoor family fun at Brukner Nature Center By Andy Hertel Photo: Hands-on wildlie encounters are part of Brukner Nature […]

The Docket: 03/24

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Oh, the humanity Officers responded to a call […]

Advice Goddess: 3/24

By Amy Alkon The sociopath of least resistance My girlfriend has been hurt, cheated on and even ripped off in […]

News of the weird: 03/17

By Chuck Shepherd LEAD STORY – Fine points of the law Shooting “upskirt” photos of a 13-year-old girl is not […]