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French connection

WSU instructor teaches language through cheese By Jim Hannah Photo: New Wright State University French instructor Benjamin Hirt poses at his desk among homemade cheese and freshly grown produce; Resting on the desk in his Millett Hall office is a creamy strip of handmade blue cheese – a silky, oozing, mouth-watering labor of love new […]

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We come in peace

The Peace Corps Experience in Dayton By Tammy Newsom Photo: Sara Kacvinsky wears funeral attire from Ghana; photo: Patsy Ferrell Some readers may recall President John F. Kennedy’s famous 1961 inaugural address that served as a call to order for young volunteers entering the Peace Corps. “My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can […]

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Yellow Springs is as Yellow Springs does

New Antioch College Wellness Center goes green By Katie Christoff Photo: The newly renovated Wellness Center offers fitness classes such as yoga, pilates and Zumba; photo: Carly Short Yellow Springs just became a lot greener. Antioch College, a private liberal arts college in Yellow Springs, opened a newly renovated and sustainable Wellness Center in September. […]

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Local woman already regrets New Year’s resolution

Plan to bike MetroParks trails put on hold By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Beckbom’s new bike now sits unused On Wednesday, March 18, 2015, Dayton cyclist Derma Beckbom, 26, expressed regret at having made the New Year’s resolution to bike the entirety of the Miami Valley’s bike paths, an endeavor that would take her over […]

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No beard, no beer

Dayton says curtains to craft industry By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Only a few area breweries remain after what industry experts are calling “The Naked Chin Massacre” A report from the future: “Can Dayton sustain double digit numbers of breweries?” This was the question on everyone’s mind in 2013, when it appeared that we would have upwards […]

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Snow me the money

Downtown ski resort turns campus into local attraction By Matt Bayman Photo: “The city ended up not only paying for all of the overtime hours incurred from plowing the streets and creating Mount UD, but set aside more than $100,000 for salt to be used for future storms.” – UD student Michelle Gephardt University of […]

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… Oh yeah, and basketball, too!

Harlem Globetrotters return to Nutter Center By Gary Spencer Photo: Harlem Globetrotter forward Alex “Moose” Weakes As much as things change in the world, it’s sometimes nice to have an old throwback that stays pretty much the same, even after the span of decades. One such entity is the world traveled and world famous Harlem […]

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Not so silent night

Santa Pub Crawl supports Toys for Tots By Josher Lumpkin Photo: The Santa Pub Crawl, a benefit for Toys for Tots, will begin at 5 p.m. at Dublin Pub on Dec. 13 When we were kids, Christmas was a magical time. It was the blood that ran through our veins and the very air we […]

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It’s the same, on purpose!

Dayton Holiday Festival kicks off the holidays for year 42 By Katie Christoff Photo: The Downtown Dayton Partnership’s Grande Tree Illumination and Children’s Parade will kick off Nov. 28 from 4-9 p.m. in Courthouse Square The day after Thanksgiving is known to many as Black Friday. But for 42 years, it’s also been known as […]

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You’re a Mass-hole!

Navigating Dayton on two wheels By Emma Jarman Photo: The next Courteous Mass ride will take place Nov. 7 beginning at 5:30 p.m.; photo: property of Courteous Mass Back in 2009, a small group of people in Dayton, spearheaded by Matt Lindsay from the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission, came together to form Courteous Mass […]

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Advice Goddess: 7/28

By Amy Alkon   Emotion Sickness Last week, my girlfriend was all annoyed about something (something relatively unimportant). I’m normally […]

Chew on this: 07/28

Rediscover your drive By Jayne Powers On a hot, muggy July afternoon, I bolted out of my apartment to take […]

Hobart Urban Nature Preserve

A piece of Heaven in the middle of the city By Tor Simms Photo: The Hobart Urban Nature Preserve has […]

news of the weird 7/28/2015

  Outsourcing Among the protesters at New York City’s Gay Pride Parade the Sunday after the Supreme Court’s historic gay-marriage […]

The Docket: 07/28

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Amanda Dee   What’s at steak? “$85.85 worth of meet […]

Chew on this: 07/21

More than picking fresh vegetables By Jayne Powers   Today, let’s shine a light on vegetables—literally. Walk into any supermarket, […]