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Have amps, will travel

Ampline plugs in at Blind Bob’s By Gary Spencer Photo: [l to r] Kevin Schmidt, Rick McCarty and Mike Montgomery; photo: Keith Klenowski The art of the power trio seems to have fallen by the wayside in rock music in the 21st century. There is a special kind of magic that presents itself when just one […]

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Don’t forget the breadcrumbs!

Dayton Opera presents Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel By Eric Street Photo: Dayton Opera presents Hansel and Gretel on Friday, Feb. 21 and Sunday Feb 23 in the Mead Theatre of the Schuster Center; photo: J. David Levy One of the most thoroughly charming and tuneful operas ever to take the stage, Dayton Opera’s  collaborative Hansel […]

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A sense of discovery

20th Century Cincinnati vintage modern art, furnishings and fashion By Stacey Ritz Photo: Atomic Style Home from Hamilton, Ohio [display shown above] will be one of many returning vendors at 20th Century Cincinnati Feb. 22-23; photo: Queen City Shows “Come early and take your time checking things out,” said Mark Fisk, owner of Mainly Art and […]

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He’s with the band

Into It. Over It. brings full band to Columbus By Tim Anderl Photo: Evan Weiss brings Into it. Over It to The Basement in Columbus on Feb. 27; photo: Shervin Lainez Intersections, the latest album from Into It. Over It., builds on an impressive catalog spanning multiple albums and EPs delivered by prolific Chicago-based songwriter Evan […]

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Melody and the futuristic crescendo

The Receiver brings fresh sounds to Blind Bob’s By Zach Rogers Photo: Bassist/vocalist Casey Cooper of The Receiver; the band performs at Blind Bob’s on Feb. 22 For The Receiver, a band from Columbus, Ohio, made up of brothers Casey and Jesse Cooper, 2014 couldn’t come quickly enough. After various snags and bumps in the road, […]

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From the mayor’s desk

Strategies for building a stronger Dayton By Nan Whaley Photo: Recently-elected Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley speaking recently to the Dayton Rotary Club about her strategies for Dayton’s growth I am honored to be serving as the mayor of the City of Dayton. I am also humbled by the tasks that are before me. The heartbeat of […]

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Step into another world

Zoot Theatre presents ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ at Dayton Art Institute By Jacqui Theobald Photo: [l to r] Eric Arntz, Austin Smith, Stephanie Jenkins and Julia Howard in rehearsals for Zoot Theatre’s “The Chronicles of Narnia” at Dayton Art Institute, which runs weekends Feb. 28 through March 9; photo credit: Jacqui Theobald In the original C. S. […]

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Passion and pathos

Springfield Symphony Orchestra to perform two Tchaikovsky pieces By Sara Mastbaum Writing about Tchaikovsky from an office with views of snowy rooftops just seems right. After all, Russia isn’t known for its temperate climes. It’s fitting, then, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra should present their concert of Tchaikovsky’s “Violin Concerto in D-Major” and Symphony No. 6, […]

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Oregon District staple offers taste of the exotic

Why Thai 9 is a perennial favorite By Avery King Photo: Panaeng curry with tofu and green beans at Thai 9 in the Oregon District A staple of downtown dining since 2003, Thai 9’s unassuming exterior at 11 Brown St. anchors the Oregon District’s east end. The restaurant’s simple façade hides an elegant and spacious dining […]

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Henrique Couto explores the psychology of horror

Local horror premiere presents a pathway to personal redemption By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: The world premiere of “Haunted House on Sorority Row” takes place on Feb. 21 at Englewood Cinema Embedded within the narrative DNA of most horror films is a strand of psychological coding, an essential mythos intent on surveying and explaining our common fears. […]

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Gettin’ funky with it

Amy Kollar Anderson makes vivid art full-time By Bill Franz Exactly a year after she left her job as gallery […]

Climate UPHEAVAL

ArtStreet introduces next installation in IAN series By Joyell Nevins Art is not just meant to be looked at; it’s […]

Be Well, Marsha 2/2/16

Forget me not by Marsha Bonhart In my much younger, other life, I was a model. I never graced the […]

Flying high on the ground

Troy’s WACO Museum offers classes, camps, robotics and more By Tim Walker WACO—pronounced like “taco”—was the name of the WACO […]

What we ask

By Marsha Bonhart Trying to stay healthy is a job. Do this. Don’t do that. Eat this. Don’t eat that. […]

Why sourdough is a better bread to consume

By Rocco Castellano It might seem weirdly sacrilegious, in honoring the eclectic and alternative genius of David Bowie to focus […]