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All that’s old is new again

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The New Old-Fashioned’s folk-tinged rock at Bob’s By Rusty Pate Photo: The New Old-Fashioned will perform on Nov. 6 at Blind Bob’s It has been nearly three years since The New Old-Fashioned released their self-titled debut album. While that collection of songs sprung from the singer/songwriter roots of David Payne and Kent Montgomery’s solo shows, […]

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Know before you vote

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What the @%$& are Issues 2 and 3? By Timothy Walker Photo: ResponsibleOhio members prepare promotional material in support of Issue 3   Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. And where there’s pot smoke, well… Tuesday, Nov. 3, voters across the country will travel to their polling locations to cast their ballots. In Ohio those voters […]

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Seize the dia

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Dia de los Muertos returns By Joyell Nevins Photo: Gabriela Pickett, a Dia de Los Muertos Dayton organizer, and her husband stroll the streets during the event last year. Dia de Los Muertos will take place Nov. 1; photo: Bill Franz Life, love and loss. These are things that affect us all. Death doesn’t care […]

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Calling all angels

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Gin-soaked Angels bring improv-rock to Peach’s By Rusty Pate Photo: Yellow Springs’ Gin-soaked Angels will perform at Peach’s on Oct. 30 There are many ways for musicians to come together and form a band. Perhaps someone sees a flier at a music store or an ad on Craigslist. Maybe a mutual friend introduces people with […]

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Have baggage, will travel

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Hardknocks songwriter Justin Townes Earle in Cincinnati By L. Kent Wolgamott Photo: Justin Townes Earle will perform at The Taft Theatre in Cincinnati on Oct. 29; photo: Joshua Black Wilkins Justin Townes Earle is now a clean and sober happily married man, riding on buses with his new band, touring behind a pair of records […]

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First responders

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Jimmie’s Ladder 11 for your hunger emergency By Paula Johnson Photo: The Paisano Chips appetizer at Jimmie’s Ladder 11 Climbing Jimmie’s Ladder As early as 1923, firehouse cooking began to win a favorable reputation in the United States for the enormous, hearty and unpretentious meals that are its trademark. That reputation is upheld at Jimmie’s […]

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Dark arts

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Night of the Creeps Art Show: simply eerie-sistable By Gary Spencer Photo: Night of the Creeps Art Show will feature Halloween and horror-themed art and more, Oct. 30 at Club Vex; photo: Mary Kathryn Burnside It’s that time of year when people seem to embrace all that is ghastly, ghoulish and creepy, and a group […]

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Around the world in 183 seats

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Legendary metal guitarist presents Planetary Coalition at UD By Gary Spencer Photo: Testament guitarist Alex Skolnick deviated from thrash metal to explore world music; photo: Tom Couture Photography Many musicians become famous for playing in a musical era or genre and pretty much stick to what brought them to the dance. Then, there are other […]

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Paper worlds

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Artist Béatrice Coron at Dayton Art Institute By Joyell Nevins Photo: Artist Béatrice Coron will appear at the Dayton Art Institute on Oct. 29; photo: Etienne Frossard Who said there is an age limit to starting an artistic career? At 40-years-old, the French-born Béatrice Coron decided she wanted to be a full-time artist. Almost 20 […]

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‘Steve Jobs’ in three tough acts

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There is genius in front of the cameras, behind the scenes of Danny Boyle’s latest By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs in “Steve Jobs”; Rating: R Grade: A Just two years ago, director Joshua Michael Stern (“Swing Vote”) and newbie screenwriter Matt Whiteley dove headlong into a rather conventional biopic on Apple […]

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Brown is the new black

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Brown ales round out fall seasonals By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Ellie’s Brown Ale from Avery Brewing Company is a popular American version of the brown ale style Cooler weather means changes on local beer shelves, including an influx of pumpkin-spiced beers, fresh- and wet-hopped beers and other seasonals (at least until the winter beers […]

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Spooky in Springfield

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SSO’s first-ever Fright Lights concert By Tim Smith Photo: Peter Stafford Wilson conducts the Springfield Symphony Orchestra during their Halloween-themed Fright Lights prgoram on Saturday, Oct. 31; photo: Bob Bingenheimer Ghosts, goblins, thrills and chills will be served up during the Springfield Symphony Orchestra’s first Nightlights 1—Fright Lights concert Oct. 31. The program of all […]

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Pan-Asian paradise

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Fairborn’s JY Bamboo By Paula Johnson Photo: Tuna Tataki from JY Bamboo in Fairborn Fairborn is an area of Dayton known for its ethnic cuisine. You’ll find Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese and Chinese restaurants in abundance there. And in the case of JY Bamboo, you’ll find all four under one roof. That’s what lunch buddy Alecia […]

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Your best foot forward

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Homegrown organization provides shoes for kids By Joyell Nevins Photos: Bill Franz Photo: Shoes 4 the Shoeless has already provided a new pair of shoes and socks to nearly 7,000 Dayton-area children in 2015 Kids are just kids.  I’ve heard this repeatedly as I’ve done stories on teachers, coaches and other people who work with […]

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A dream realized

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Dayton Ballet opens its season with the return of Cinderella By Arnecia Patterson Photo: Dayton Ballet’s Case Bodamer, Erica Cole and Paul Gilliam perform in Cinderella, which returns to the Victoria Theatre Oct. 22-24; photo: Scott J. Kimmins When Dayton Ballet opens its 2015-16 season with Cinderella, it will offer audiences a chance to see […]

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Cantata to contemporary

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Bach Society of Dayton salutes American masters By Katrina Eresman Photo: Music Director John Neely will lead the Bach Society of Dayton in Salute to American Masters on Oct. 25 at Kettering Adventist Church Dayton, as our readers likely know by now, is full of surprises. It always seems to have something up its sleeve, […]

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The kids are alright…and the nannies and billies, too

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In this fast-paced world of immediate answers and non-stop connectivity, there is a real need for us to unplug and […]

Debate 5/22: Blurred lines create travel tensions

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Have you ever heard of an emotional support mouse? What about an emotional support hedgehog, or mini pig? (Can we […]

Pups on the run

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Did you know that the Humane Society of Greater Dayton (HSGD) has been “Finding Great Homes For Great Pets” since […]

Catfé society in St. Anne’s Hill

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Last spring I wrote a piece introducing readers to a Dayton first: The Gem City Catfé, which officially opened its […]

The new Splash Moraine?

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What happens when you have dogs leaping through the air, splashing into a pool and swimming frantically after a toy? […]