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Give it a tri

Morgan’s Little Miami Triathlon By Emma Jarman Photo: Triathletes recieve guidance from Jim’s Bicycle Shop; photo: Jim Peters There are many things one can get done in three and a half hours: Clean an apartment, count to 126,000, watch a James Cameron movie or compete in and complete the biannual Morgan’s Little Miami Triathlon. On Sunday, […]

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Perestroika

Turkish culture rebuilds in the Gem City By Tammy Newsom Photo: The Turkish American Society Organization hosts Abrahamic Traditions Dinners to facilitate interfaith dialogue Dayton is a special commonplace. Many Turks came to this country in fear of judgment from non-Muslims. What they found instead was a receptive community. Coming from both Russia and Turkey, Turks […]

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Under the gun

Dayton International Peace Museum explores America’s gun culture By Zach Rogers Photo: Dayton International Peace Museum volunteer Bill Meers adds a news clip to the “blank panel” on April 8. The board, which contains news clips of gun-related violence, was empty on April 1; photo: Sarah Sidlow The issue of guns in the United States is no […]

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A taste of the good life

Taste of Greene County returns By Stacey Ritz Photo: The annual Taste of Greene County returns April 13; photo: Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce “Not only is the Taste of Greene County a great time, but it really gives the region the perfect opportunity to sample and see what some of the surrounding restaurants have to offer: A […]

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… and crackerjacks

Oh yeah, and baseball too! By Rusty Pate Photo: [above] A summer evening at Fifth Third Field; [right] Roof Man interacts with fans; photo: Dayton Dragons Donald Campbell takes his passion for Dayton Dragons baseball very seriously.  His car is what he calls “Dragons green,” sports a back window tint of Fifth Third Field and his […]

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Searching for the Seoul of Dayton

Multicultural Dayton By: Sarah Sidlow Photo:  The Korean War Memorial on Riverside Drive serves as one of the few indicators of Korean heritage in the area; photo: Andrew Thompson Munsup Seoh was born in Kyung-Ju, Korea. He studied Mathematics at Sogang University in Seoul, and received additional advanced degrees at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. Like […]

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Ancient aliens

SunWatch lecture series explores spirituality through archaeology By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Michael Fuller analyzes a 1,000-year-old ice skate blade made from bone; photo: Michael Fuller SunWatch Indian Village is preparing to launch its latest lecture series – one that will venture into the realm of the spiritual, and maybe the mystical. Sponsored by the Archaeological Institute […]

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Got a light?

Clifton’s legendary holiday tradition shines on  By Sarah Sidlow   Photo: The 3.8 million lights that adorn the Clifton Mill during the holidays starting Nov. 29 Perhaps the biggest claim to fame for the village of Clifton is that it is entirely un-famous. With a total population of 152 people, 64 households and 39 families residing […]

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Artisanal culture

Street Fair exemplifies natural uniqueness of Yellow Springs By C.C. Hutten  Photo: Enjoying dancing with musicians performing along the route of the Yellow Springs Street Fair, which takes place this Saturday, Oct. 12 On Saturday, Oct. 12, the Yellow Springs Street Fair will cause a town of 3,000 people to grow to a town of 30,000. […]

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A beer for all seasons

Dayton’s budding beer culture brews up big events Photo: Beer afficionados enjoying the the flavors and festivities of the Dayton Art Institute’s Oktoberfest, which returns Sept. 27 – 29 By Sara Mastbaum   While breweries are popping up at a rapid rate, Dayton’s calendar of beer events is more than keeping pace. From intro events to […]

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News of the weird: 09/16/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – A nerd’s rhapsody Nicholas Felton’s latest annual recap of his personal communications data is […]

Their exits and their entrances

Celebrating 20 years of Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Artistic director John Fleming addresses the audience during […]

In living color

Color: Impressions and Innovations at Glen Helen By Joyell Nevins Photo: Joe Barrish, “McLain Street View”; oil Our visual spectrum has […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon Whoa is me Last year, after I split up with my girlfriend, the law firm I worked […]

Law & Disorder

The last word, Not the last laugh by A.J. Wagner In 1994, Justice Harry Blackmun, in the case of Callins […]

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – They didn’t see this coming? (1) German Rolf Buchholz, who owns the Guinness Book […]