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Ask Rocco 10/27/15

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Holy CrossFit, Batman By Rocco Castellano This is the first time I am coming out against CrossFit. Many of the business clients I coach are CrossFit studio owners and many fans of mine are CrossFit participants. Normally, I believe that any kind of movement is good for you, but, recently, I have seen too much […]

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Be Well, Marsha: 10/27/15

 The gland that rules By Marsha Bonhart It’s shaped like a butterfly, but if it’s out of order, it can sting like a bee. The right and left lobes create its wings, and the other element of that grouping is cone-shaped. All three of those parts rest against and around the trachea and larynx. At […]

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Health, Wellness, and Fitness: 10/20

One flu over the cuckoo’s nest By Marsha Bonhart Being hit by a truck is not the way I want to leave this world, but my sister insists because I am never sick, something traumatic will happen to me. Not a pleasant thought, but I understand what she is saying. I caught a cold last […]

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Health, Wellness, and Fitness: 10/20

Are you skinny fat? By Rocco Castellano I see them and hear from these kinds of people all the time. I know it seems like an oxymoron or just plain moronic but there really are skinny-fat people out there. Years back, I started writing a book called, “Fat People are Stupid… Then They Die.” It […]

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Brake drums, tin cans and orchestra?

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Percussion Group Cincinnati brings the beat By Lisa Bennett Photo: Percussion Group Cincinnati will perform on Oct. 25 at the United Methodist Church in Yellow Springs as guests of Chamber Music Yellow Springs Decades before Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholass of Brighton, U.K., got together and created the world-famous act “Stomp,” a small percussion group […]

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Be well, Marsha: 10/13

What some kids eat makes them sick By Marsha Bonhart P-E-A-N-U-T. Readers of this paper already know what those letters spell. Darryl and Patricia Griffin taught their toddler son to identify those letters in that same arrangement because they wanted to make sure he knew how to save his own life. Jared Christopher Griffin, at […]

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Ask Rocco: 10/13

The salt soap opera By Rocco Castellano For over 25 years I’ve been telling people that I have consulted or trained that salt, like sugar, is a vital part of our well-being, but still people ask the dumbest questions. Back in the ‘70s—I know most of you reading this don’t remember the bell-bottom days… actually […]

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Memories, mache and mixed objects 

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Sharri Phillips dreams up latest exhibition By Katrina Eresman  Photo: Sharri Phillips, “Dream Scape” is on display as part of the exhibition, Exploration of Dreams and Memories at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery; photo: Katrina Eresman You know those dreams that leave a twinkle in your eye and a fascinating, fuzzy plot in your […]

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Be well, Marsha: 10/06

The month of pink and purple By Marsha Bonhart Statistics this and statistics that. For a lot us, the numbers in those mathematical probabilities become names of people—some of whom we know, some of whom we love. This month, we address two health issues that tell us every day 113 people die from one and […]

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Fall for all

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The ’Burg is back with Fall Fest 2015 By Zach Rogers Photo: The Miamisburg Fall Festival takes place Oct. 10 in downtown Miamisburg Fall is in the air, and it’s time once again for long sleeves, football, Halloween and pumpkins—in your food, in your drinks, everywhere. In Miamisburg, the city is once again ready for […]

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Law & Disorder: 4/25

Broken brandy bottle A family left for church in the morning. When they returned, they noticed their motion-sensor alarm system […]