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Eco-Friendly and Tech-Savvy

Cincinnati’s Bunbury Music Festival makes its debut By Gary Spencer Music festivals in the United States tend to come and go; very few last and stand the test of time.  But if you’re a betting man, you might want to put your money on promoter Bill Donabedian and his brand new alternative music festival venture, […]

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The Heart of Lions

The Dayton Dutch Lions Soccer Team End Fairy-Tale Season By Kevin Kryston Sometimes victory isn’t determined by the final score. Simply by taking the field Tuesday, June 26 at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park in Kansas City, the Dayton Dutch Lions made a statement to the American soccer world. The semi-professional team, currently in its third year […]

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Playing in the Band

Tribute Bands Keep the Music Alive By Rusty Pate The band members take their places on stage and quickly tune up. A smattering of plucked notes and random drum beats melts into the fan favorite “China Cat Sunflower.” Throughout the crowd, hippies bop and twirl as a thick haze of smoke begins to rise. The […]

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The Eternal Absurdity of Woody Allen

“To Rome With Love” is a sugar-free neurotic comedy Rating: R Grade: A- What an amazing run Woody Allen has enjoyed over the last decade or so? Actually, during the last twenty years, Allen’s highlight reel includes “Husbands and Wives,” “Manhattan Murder Mystery,” “Bullets Over Broadway,” “Mighty Aphrodite,” “Sweet and Lowdown,” “Melinda and Melinda,” “Match […]

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Feel the Noize

Midwest Audio Fest Returns to Springboro By Kevin Kryston Like it or not, audio and audio technology is likely a huge part of your life. We all use audio technology. It’s in our speakers, headphones, amps, and so much more. The Midwest Audio Festival in Springboro, however, takes a love of all things audible to […]

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Diamonds in the Rough

Music You Should Hear… Or Shouldn’t By Nick Schwab A Place To Bury Strangers—Worship [Dead Oceans] The shoegazers, A Place to Bury Strangers, can often be called a retooling — in this case of The Jesus and Mary Chain and Spacemen 3– but this comparison is not a restriction, but rather a compliment. They are […]

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Join the Club

Local beer groups educate drinkers about craft beers and home-brewing By Kevin J. Gray Dayton is a great town for craft beer—the local bars offer rare and interesting taps, there are five breweries or brewpubs in various stages of opening in the Miami Valley, our retail shops stock an amazing selection from around the U.S. […]

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The Myth of Marriage

A Young Woman’s View on 21st Century Marriage By Emily Kaiser Marriage, in my opinion, and I think in many others as well, is not what it used to be. My generation is constantly bombarded with divorce. More of my friends’ parents are divorced than together, and that includes my own. When I think about […]

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The Sky’s the Limit

Annual Air Show Returns to Dayton July 7 & 8 By Tim Walker It’s summertime in the Miami Valley, and to the area’s many aviation-loving residents and visitors, that can only mean one thing – that the time for the Vectren Dayton Air Show, presented by Kroger and one of the Miami Valley’s largest and […]

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They Only Come Out at Night

The Dark Unity festival makes its debut in Dayton at Club Aquarius By Gary Spencer Gothic and industrial music culture has been a much maligned and misunderstood one in the history of contemporary music. In more instances than not, goth/industrial culture and lifestyle has been relegated to the fringes or pushed so far underground that […]

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One good eye

Cyclops Festival returns for fourth DIY year By Tim Anderl Photo: Cyclops Festival, the handmade art and apparel event, will take […]

Causing an uproar

Godsmack shreds across the country By Alan Sculley Photo: Godsmack will perform on Aug. 17 at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati […]

Yellow Springs Theater Company

New company of professionals pushes theatrical boundaries By Joyell Nevins Photo: The Yellow Springs Theater Company rehearses D’Arc Comedy by wanda […]

Give it a spin

Whirled Festival of Tops By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The festivities begin at 5 p.m. in the area north of the […]

On craft and craftsmanship

In the studio with Landon Crowell By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Landon Crowell, Inertia in Light of a Likely Disaster, 2011. Wood, […]

Modern masters, talking turkeys and the king himself

Your summer roadmap to art in Cincinnati By Susan Byrnes Photo: Trenton Doyle Hancock, “Hot Coals in Soul,” 2010. Acrylic and […]