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High-energy R and R


Nato Coles and the Blue Diamond Band at Jimmie’s By Mike Ritchie Photo: [l-r] Nato Coles, Sam Beer, Kyle Sando, Mike Cranberry and Luke De Beaumarchais [not pictured] will perform on June 15 at Jimmie’s Ladder 11   From his humble beginnings in Milwaukee to stints in Brooklyn, New York and Minneapolis, Nato Coles has paved […]

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Success on the streets


Yellow Springs Street Fair helps local business thrive By Tara Pettit Photo: Yellow Springs Street Fair takes place June 13 in downtown Yellow Springs Small business owner and Yellow Springs resident, Molly Lunde, began her entrepreneurial journey with two things: a passion for travel and a collection of beautiful trinkets she acquired from her time […]

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Get the dirt

An insider’s guide to exploring your MetroParks By Kristen Wicker Photo: The tucked-away Sunderland Falls is located at the edge of a Vandalia neighborhood With nearly 16,000 acres of land, 160 miles of managed trails for the likes of hiking and mountain biking and 270 miles of river corridor, there’s plenty to discover in your […]

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It’s egg-ceptional


Boonshoft’s baby dinosaur By Joyell Nevins Photo: Hatching the Past: The Great Dinosaur Egg Hunt is on display through August 23 at The Boonshoft Museum It started with a trip to China to collaborate on fossil preparation, then became an unprecedented scientific discovery and continues to evolve as an exhibit your family can see at […]

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Dayton’s stories of acceptance and discrimination By Jeremy Wiedle Photo: Stacy Sandberg and her partner, Pastor Joy Simpson, prepare Simpson’s robe and stole at Eternal Joy Metropolitan Community Church; photo: Jeremy Wiedle Before Leelah Alcorn stepped into U.S. Interstate 71 on the early morning of December 28, 2014 and ended her life, she wrote a […]

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Marching with a mission


Dayton’s annual Pride celebration By Erin Callahan Photo: Dayton Pride 2015 begins Friday, June 5. The annual Pride Parade begins at 11 a.m. on June 6 “The LGBT community, historically, has not been the favored community by any means,” Randy Phillips, president of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center, says. “But through Pride, people can show […]

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Going out?

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Your guide to Dayton Pride 2015’s nightlife By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Ginger Minj of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Season 7 makes her Masque appearance June 6 for the Pride Saturday Drag Revue The concentrated energy of Dayton Pride works like a shot of adrenaline to the heart of the community. There’s a rush of celebratory revelry […]

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Out and in focus

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Catherine Opie at Wexner Center By Susan Byrnes Photo: Catherine Opie, Mary, 2012 Photographer Catherine Opie was born in Sandusky, Ohio in 1961. She gained national recognition for her studio portraits of gay, lesbian and transgender men and women, often part of the sadomasochistic leather subculture in San Francisco and Los Angeles, that were featured […]

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‘Eat With Me’ asks us to break bread with diversity

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New release explores the cultural dynamics in gender and sexual orientation By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Teddy Chen Culver as Elliot and Aidan Bristow as Ian in “Eat With Me” Sexual orientation provides the obvious protein punch in writer-director David Au’s debut feature, following his shorts “Fresh Like Strawberries” and “The Boxer,” but the real added […]

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Tipping the scale

Harrison’s is a Tipp City tradition By Paula Johnson Dayton City Paper Dining Critic Paula Johnson would like every meal to start with a champagne cocktail and end with chocolate soufflé. As long as there’s a greasy burger and fries somewhere in the middle. Talk food with Paula at PaulaJohnson@DaytonCityPaper.com. The value of tradition is […]

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Let’s revue


Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus welcomes Tony-winner By Lisa Bennett Photo: Vocalist Jennifer Holliday joins the Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus for Center Stage: A Broadway Revue June 6 Grammy Award-winning singer, Jennifer Holliday will team up with the incredibly talented Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus in what is sure to be a memorable performance this weekend in Dayton. […]

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An empowering ‘Outlook’


Magazine gives voice to Ohio’s LGBT community By Katie Christoff Photo: [l-r] Outlook Magazine Associate Publisher Chad Frye, Managing Editor Erin McCalla, Publisher Christopher Hayes, LGBT Activist Alexis Perrone, Associate Publisher Page and Editor-in-Chief Bob Vitale; photo Gracie Umana Outlook Ohio Magazine, a niche publication serving the LGBT community in Ohio and a sponsor of […]

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How Peter became Pan


Peter and the Starcatcher flies in to Dayton By Joyell Nevins Photo: “Peter and the Starcatcher” comes to the Schuster Center June 9-14 Do pirates and buried treasure capture your imagination? Do you want to know what it feels like to fly? Then get ready for your imagination to soar in “Peter and the Starcatcher,” […]

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An exploration of WTF


Meet the Artist: Ben Riddlebarger by Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Ben Riddlebarger, Milkicorn, Queen of the Unicorn People, pen and ink My characters are mostly very comfortable in their skins. I like to play with abstract ideas of what proper clothing is for men and women and mix them with historical imagery and stuff. I of […]

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Snow White for generation Z


Local author’s dark fantasy series By Tim Walker Photo: Local author Rob E. Boley is in the process of releasing a nine-novel series, The Scarey Tales What happens when you combine a love for off-the-wall fairy tales, comics and old-time Universal Studios monsters, a penchant for fantastic fiction, and a real talent for storytelling and […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 5/26

Apple is flying high but it has to crash By Mark Luedtke As a general rule, when a stock goes parabolic, it’s time to sell. Currently the richest company in the world, Apple Inc., some analysts believe, has gone parabolic again. Apple had a parabolic move in 2000, right before the tech bubble popped and […]

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Something Rotten’s Bottom Brothers unseat Shakespeare Raising a toast! (Foreground L-R) Maggie Lakis, Josh Grisetti, Rob McClure, and Autumn Hurlbert. […]

A homestyle home run


The Bullpen Diner in Dot’s Market The Bullpen’s country fried steak, silver dollar potato pancakes, and eggs over easy. By […]

Don’t drink the green Kool-aid

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Forget the hype—true Irish beers are pure gold Skip the green beer, and go for the gold … or the […]

What to do in the Springs


Santa Fe Red by Sara Gray “Have You Red/Read It?” on display at The Village Artisans The Village Artisans gallery […]

Kansas resurrected


Classic Kansas Leftoverture LP live and more at Victoria Kansas (L-R) Rich Williams, Billy Greer, Zak Rizvi, Phil Ehart, Ronnie […]