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From Russia with love

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Miami Valley Symphony’s Russian Masters By Gary Spencer Photo: The Miami Valley Sympony Orchestra presents its Russian Masters concert Feb. 16-17 Russia is a country rich in cultural history. From architecture to literature to this year’s Olympic games, Russian culture continues to make a resounding impact all around the world. The same goes for the great […]

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Spring is in the air

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Voices of Spring at UD features artists-in-residence By Sara Mastbaum Photo: Guitarist and UD artist-in-residence Jim McCutcheon performs at the Voices of Spring concert on Feb. 15; photo: curtesy of  jim.mccutcheon.biz   With polar vortices, record snowfall and a max on calamity days, thoughts of spring are more tantalizing than ever. Even though spring 2014 seems […]

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A cultural colossus

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra presents Reflections of France By Pat Suarez Photo: Classical pianist Pascal Rogé will perform with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra for their Reflections of France concert Feb. 6 and 8 Sometimes, size doesn’t matter. Consider France. In land mass, France is smaller than Texas. But in terms of historical influence in language, politics, exploration […]

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More than a milestone

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“Torch Song Trilogy” at Loft Theatre By Brian P. Sharp Photo: [l to r] Jamison Stern and Jamie Cordes in “Torch Song Trilogy” at the Loft Theatre through Feb. 16; photo: Scott J. Kimmins For some, this production could be life changing. For others, it pulls on emotional heartstrings and addresses issues so real it’s hard […]

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Saving Mr. Darcy

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“Pride and Prejudice” at Cedarville University By Jacqui TheobaldPhoto: “Pride and Prejudice” runs at Cedarville University Feb. 8, 9 and 10; photo: Scott Huck/Cedarville University “Pride and Prejudice” was Jane Austen’s proud accomplishment, the novel being published 201 years ago, Jan. 28, 1813. Jon Jory’s play “Pride and Prejudice,” one of the newest of many adaptations […]

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Curious and curiouser

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Zoot’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ at Victoria Theatre By Jacqui Theobald Photo: [l to r]The Chesire Cat and the Caterpillar on a musroom as depicted by Zoot Theatere Company in “Alice in Wonderland” at Victoria Theatre Feb. 1 They whirl and swirl and circle and turn. They stop with a jolt. Alice has fallen down a rabbit […]

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Hallelujah!

Sister Act Tour

‘Sister Act’ at Schuster Center By Brian P. Sharp Photo: “Sister Act” runs at the Schuster Center Jan. 28 through Feb. 2 photo: Joan Marcus The Schuster Center is going to be home to “Sister Act” – the musical comedy made famous by the movie with the same name starring Whoopi Goldberg. “Sister Act” garnered five […]

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Music without borders

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Indo-Canadian Kiran Ahluwalia at University of Dayton By CC Hutten Photo: Krian Ahluwalia brings her unique interpretations of world music to University of Dayton’s Boll Theatre on Jan. 26; photo: Rez AbbasiIt’s not often dreams come true, but for Kiran Ahluwalia, hers keeps becoming reality. Truly a worldly artist, Ahluwalia creates music that transcends cultures across […]

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Robot Planet rising

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‘Intergalactic Nemesis, Book Two’ at Victoria Theatre  By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin   Photo: [l to r] David Higgins and Danu Uribe in “Intergalactic Nemesis, Book Two: Robot Planet Rising”; photo: Alexis Buatti-Ramos, courtesy of The New Victory Theater They’re back …  In the second installment of the much lauded live-action graphic novel “The Intergalactic Nemesis,” Molly, Timmy […]

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Let’s start at the very beginning …

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‘The Sound of Music’ lives on … and you can sing along! By Brian P. Sharp  Photo: “Sing-a-long-a-Sound of Music” at Kuss Auditorium on Jan. 25 is part of a worldwide phenomenon where attendees dress in costume Certainly there has been a lot of discussion about “The Sound of Music” lately with the NBC production that […]

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Debate Forum: 8/23

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For rent Can Ohio’s national park be “leased” for drilling? By Sarah Sidlow Quick quiz: name the only national forest […]

On The Beat: 8/23

Roadside fruit stands, where art thou? By Jim Bucher Think the older you get, the more nostalgic. Guess it’s all […]

On Your Marc: 8/23

No character like McVie By Marc Katz I know, there were iconic entertainment groups that played early in their careers […]

Debate Forum: 8/16/16

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For the love of the game Olympic athletes have big dreams, but empty wallets—Should the government step in? By Sarah […]

Debate Forum: 7/19/16

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Sit down, G.I. Jane Should women be blocked from registering for the draft? By Sarah Sidlow U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson […]