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Strange Waves

Sounds from Fixers, Marty Graveyard, Benjamin Herman and Hot Chip By Benjamin Smith Forsooth, an awful funk permeates our city, radiating the attitudinal stench of some decaying river-beast. Dayton lies stagnant in the summer doldrums. You can spy it in our scowls, perceive it in our pissant Facebook posts: ennui, apathy, listlessness. Methinks we need […]

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MetroParks

The Essential Removal of Regional Low Dams By Valerie Beerbower There’s a lot of buzz about the river projects, particularly the plan that will remove a dangerous low dam from the Great Miami River. This low dam is located near the Dayton Art Institute, and once it’s removed, this section of river will be part […]

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Folkin’ Around

Cityfolk offers multicultural fun for everyone By Tim Anderl Music and dance are pleasing and peculiar parts of the human experience.  As such, both have long been used as tools for establishing commonality between people.  In fact, poet and educator Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, “Music is the universal language of mankind.”  He understood that […]

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Who’s Your Daddy?

Gas Daddy Go! pumps out hot King Elk and Me & Mountains jams By Tim Anderl In a recent issue of Columbus’ The Other Paper, Kevin Elliott (formerly of 84 Nash), told writer Joel Oliphant that Dayton is experiencing a musical renaissance.  Though he didn’t exactly elaborate on where the “renaissance” originated, the catalog of […]

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Culinary Time Machine

Culp’s Cafe’s New Breakfast Offerings By Kevin J. Gray Taking refuge from an unusually muggy June morning, I met up with my friend Alex and his daughters at Culp’s Café, Dayton History’s diner in Historic Carillon Park. Culp’s is a fitting place to come in from the heat, as the original Culp’s Café, a Dayton […]

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Come-back Style

Appreciating Iconic Shopping in Dayton History By Brian P. Sharp To answer that…we must first know if there ever was?   When I was a child, shopping meant going downtown.  I remember fondly getting on the bus with my Grandmother and heading downtown.  I learned the fine art of shopping from my Grandma Betty and Aunt […]

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Star-Spangled Centerville

American Festival offers crafts, food and entertainment By Megan Garrison There’s no denying that for the proud citizens of the US, the Fourth of July is our greatest celebration. People have large parties, family cookouts, pool parties, lots of drinking, laughing and talking. The night is topped off with firecrackers, sparklers and huge fireworks. Families […]

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The Supremes Sing

The Court Rules on Copyright, Arbitration and More By AJ Wagner The Supreme Court of the United States has a 9-month term each year that spans from the first Monday in October until the end of June. As the term comes to a close I’ll take a few weeks to summarize a few of the […]

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Livin’ in the Now

Paleface Looks Neither to his Past nor the Future By Nick Schwab Paleface lives in the here and now because it does not make sense to be passé, while the future is always unpredictable. He also doesn’t want to restrict or limit himself and his music solely by words created by others to define his […]

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Miss Maha and the City

Fashion week, Ride the  RIver, and more summer events By Maha Kashani As we move into the second half of 2012, I am reminded once again that the older I get, the faster time flies! The first half of the year was great, especially with 80 degree weather in March, but I have a sneaking […]

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News of the weird 11/25

By Chuck Shepherd Weird patriotism November is tax-publicizing season in Finland, where, starkly unlike America, the government releases all individuals’ […]

The Docket 11/25

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove This week, Docket editor Charles Grove […]

Advice Goddess: 11/25

By Amy Alkon Scoot force My husband’s been saving for a motorcycle, and I was excited about riding on the […]

HO, HO, HOmetown holiday celebration

Santa Claus is coming to Troy By Janell R. Ward Photo: Don’t miss the finale of the Troy Hometown Holiday parade, […]

News of the weird: 11/18

With Chuck Shepherd The other world series In October, another premier world sports event reached its climax, with one team […]

Advice Goddess 11/18/14

Along came polygraph by Amy Alkon   I’m an aspiring comedian – seriously aspiring – so I’m out most nights […]