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The Asian invasion

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Ginger & Spice adds flavor to Dayton’s Asian scene Salt and Pepper Shrimp from Ginger and Spice By Warwick Kensington There is an absurd number of Asian restaurants in the Dayton metro area.  No matter what neighborhood in our region, it seems at every strip mall, large shopping complex, city corner or food truck rally, […]

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The beers are in session

Small and local session beers deliver tasty deliciousness Lock 27 is one of seven local breweries serving session beers By Tom Morgan Session beers are really nothing new, nor are they just one style. As Jennifer Talley recounts in her new book, Session Beers: Brewing for Flavor and Balance, “the term ‘session’ is an adjective, […]

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Vaccines are iffy

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Do one more thing to resist the flu With Marilynn Preston I was driving the other morning, listening to Forum – one of my favorite radio interview shows. The topic of the day was the flu. The Flu! After a few noisy coughs, I leaned right in, because pretty much everyone I know either has […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 01/23

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Regional police blotters, reported and interpreted Researched and reported by Megan Garrison The cost of tires A Daytonian in need of new tires for his truck decided to potentially buy them from an independent salesman instead of a mechanic or dealership. The savvy shopper approached the house and left his truck to knock on the […]

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Characters welcome

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Dr. Sketchy Dayton, not your average “drink and draw” At a recent Dr. Sketchy event: Ileana Gray in her traditional Dia de los Muertos outfit and make-up. By Gary McBride When artists gather for Dr. Sketchy, they’re treated to something different every time. It might be Lara Croft, or maybe Bogie & Bacall, or Dia […]

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One giant leap for gifted women

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The Victoria Theatre’s “One Small Voice: Women Who Rock” project champions female singer-songwriters Valerie Reaper will be running a singer-songwriter boot camp for Dayton-area women who rock By Alyson Crawford Calling all budding female singer-songwriters! The Victoria Theatre Association (VTA) wants to help foster female musical talent in the Miami Valley. The VTA is holding […]

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Safaris, Science, and Success

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From NFL cheerleader to Nat Geo explorer, Mireya Mayor shares stories on stage Mireya Mayor (center) leading her team for History Channel’s Expedition Africa. (L-R) Pasquale Scaturro, Benedict Allen, and Kevin Sites. Photo: Courtesy History Channel By Tara Pettit While she never knew she would one day be a safari explorer in some of the […]

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Rock to restock

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Annual Restock festival at Oddbody’s unites bands to benefit local charities Electric Orange Peel is (L-R) Marko Manastyrskyj, Austin Crumrine, Dylan Aughe, and Nate Labine By Gary Spencer The holiday season has come and gone, just like it always does. But even though the calendar says the season for giving is over, there are still […]

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Getting the band back together

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Bluegrass legends NewFound Road reunite at Miamisburg’s Plaza Theatre Rob Baker, Tim Caudill, Tim Shelton, Jr. Williams By Matt Clevenger It’s been more than a decade since the original members of NewFound Road have shared a stage in Ohio. Now the wait is finally over, and the legendary bluegrass act is reuniting for a special […]

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Rock’s Lone Wolves

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Los Lobos brings its unmistakable Latino rock to Cincinnati’s Memorial Hall Los Lobos’s line-up has remained unchanged since their inception. (L-R) Cesar Rosas, Conrad Lozano, Louie Perez, and David Hidalgo (not pictured: Steve Berlin) By Dave Gil de Rubio Not unlike their musical forefathers, The Band, Los Lobos has always had an outsider approach, embracing […]

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Sophisticated Swing

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“Sophisticated Ladies” honors Holiday, Fitzgerald,  Vaughn, and more at Schuster with Dayton Philharmonic Capathia Jenkins is also a successful screen actress By Tim Smith Once upon a time, song lyricists were akin to poets, telling interesting stories set to memorable melodies. Sometimes they were sad, sometimes lighthearted, but most often, the subject was love and […]

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Perfectly Responsible

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Kevin Hart brings “Irresponsible” tour to Nutter Center Kevin Hart is serious… seriously funny. By Sarah Conard Kevin Hart has always been the funny guy. Starting out in film in the early 2000s and having his first big tour in 2009 with “I’m a Grown Little Man,” Hart has been getting laughs from the beginning. […]

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Dance your way into a new rhythm

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Troy-Haynor Cultural Center offers new 2018 dance classes Ronnie and Cindy Mullins in competitive dress dancing in the studio. By Megan Garrison Troy-Hayner Cultural Center alone is an impressive institution, add their dance classes, and you open Dayton up to new experiences. Leona Sargent who has been the Exhibit Coordinator since April 2014, is a […]

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Not the usual heat in this “Den of Thieves”

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Entertaining, if not always wholly original, crime drama Gerard Butler in “Den of Thieves” By T.T. Stern-Enzi Power plays rule hockey, but they also dominate the outcome in the heist genre, which, in terms of film narratives, is the very definition of blood sport. Standing at the top of my all-time list is Michael Mann’s […]

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Debate Forum: 01/23

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Judge not, lest ye be judged Should California-elected judge Persky be recalled because of his sentence to convicted rapist Brock Turner? By Sarah Sidlow Ninety-five thousand. That’s a conservative estimate of how many signatures were submitted in the campaign to recall Judge Aaron Persky of Santa Clara, California. What’s the reason for all the petition signing? […]

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THAI-ing it all together

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The OD’s Thai 9: a stand-by with some stand-outs Thai 9’s Shitake Tempura By Paula Johnson When I think of Thai food, I don’t usually think of it being served in an interesting space that’s also noted for cocktails. It’s one of the reasons I’ve always like the Oregon District’s Thai 9, and it’s one […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]