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Filmmaker Dominick Evans tells story of fear, oppression and love By Chelsea Davis Photo: Filmmaker Dominick Evans begins production on “Inamorata”; photo: Dominick Evans “The dream is just to direct and make films,” Dominick Evans, the director of the short film, “Inamorata,” said. “Some people are just creative and I’m that kind of person.” Evans, […]

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Peace Begins Here

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Dayton celebrates the right to peace By Janell R. Ward Photo: Peace Week will run Saturday, Sept. 13 – Sunday, Sept. 21; photo: Andy Snow   In 1981, the United Nations General Assembly established an International Day of Peace to commemorate and strengthen the ideals of peace around the world. This year, on Sunday, Sept. 21, […]

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Unexpected virtuosity rears its head

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East Coast sax-driven trio Moon Hooch grinds cave music at Oddbody’s By Paul Noah Photo: [l-r] Wenzl McGowen, James Muschler and Mike Wilbur of Moon Hooch will perform at Oddbody’s Sept. 12; photo: Shervin Lainez Listen to any Moon Hooch track and you’re instantly insulted by blatantly dissonant timbres and dance-beat-driven two-note chords – yet you’re […]

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Your other foot(ball)

Your other foot(ball)

Dayton World Soccer Games returns By Melissa Markham Photo: Players from team Germany (left) and Burundi (right) fight it out on the field. Photo: Neal (Scooby) Daniels With the 2014 FIFA World Cup just behind us and more teams competing this year than ever before, the anticipation for this year’s Dayton World Soccer Games games […]

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CDs when you show up!

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Duderus, Nightbeast and DipSpit CD release party at Canal By Josher Lumpkin Photo: [l-r] Paige Beller, Ben McQuown, Jesse Griffin, Dustie Pitstick and Adam Rohr of Duderus will perform at Canal Public House on Sept. 12; photo: Jessica Pitstick. It’s a dilemma as old as rock shows themselves: you go to see some bands at a […]

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TIFF Spotlight: Father’s Day in Scandinavian films

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Fathers muddle through a couple of festival entries By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Andreas in “A Second Chance”; photo: Henrik Petit For the last couple of years, I have indulged in a fascination with Scandinavian crime fiction, both on the page and on screens – large and small. I’ve marveled at and championed […]

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A force to be reckoned with

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Tokyo Police Club in Cincinnati By Alan Sculley Photo: [l-r] Graham Wright, Dave Monks, Josh Hook and Greg Alsop of Tokyo Police Club; photo: Andrew Strapp During the early stages of writing for their new album, Forcefield, the four members of Tokyo Police Club struggled to come up with songs they felt were worthy of […]

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Personal and awkward

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Mike Birbiglia thanks God for jokes at Victoria By Gary Spencer Photo: Comedian Mike Birbiglia will perform at the Victoria Theatre on Sept. 12;   According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the word “religious” has a few synonyms, two of which are the words “devotional” and “sacred.” Most comedians could be said to feel religious about their […]

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Flank steak, salty chemistry and South African wine

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Celebrating a delicious braai tradition By Mike Rosenberg Photo: Mulderbosch 2011 Chenin Blanc Steep op Hout I love flank steak. Love it. It’s perhaps my favorite cut of meat. Think about it. You walk into a grocery store with a $20 bill. You grab a beautiful two-pound wad of cow from which you can serve generous […]

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Gear up for good

Gear up for good

Artemis Gone Riding combats domestic violence By Alyssa Reck Photo: Members of the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Dayton stop for swag during the 2013 Artemis Gone Riding event; photo: Peter Wine Teams of bike riders dressed up in jail outfits and boas pedal their way along the bike path, stopping every few miles to […]

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Retro and relevant

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A review of Human Race’s Miracle on South Division Street By Jacqui Theobald Photo: [l-r] Lauren Ashley Carter as Ruth, Wendy Barrie-Wilson as Clara and Kyle Nunn as Jimmy in “Miracle on South Division Street”; photo: Scott J. Kimmins. A miracle of big laughs and knowing chuckles occurred at the Loft Theatre opening night as […]

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Research. Re-pour. Repeat.

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An historical brewery experience at Carillon Brewing Company By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Katie Nowack, program manager of the Patterson Homestead, stokes the fire under a large copper kettle used for hearth cooking demonstrations for the historical food-ways programming; photo: Haylie Schlater Walk into any modern brewery and the scene is awash with stainless steel. From […]

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Let’s face it

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Variations on Likeness at DVAC By Joyell Nevins Photo: Julie Renee Jones, “Mere” A portrait can be more than just a picture of what a person looks like on the outside – it can be an insight into their soul. That insight, coupled with the diversity of the human condition, is what Dayton Visual Arts […]

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Prepare to get Night-ed

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Urban Nights takes over downtown Dayton By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The Comet Skippers perform at Urban Nights in May; photo: Andrew Thompson Part festival, part block party, part sparkling nebula shining bright enough to draw crowds from the farthest reaches of the Miami Valley, Urban Nights is downtown Dayton’s bi-annual open house and will […]

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Miss Maha and the City

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Goodbye summer, hello fall by Maha Kashani Photo: Enjoy authentic brats and metts during Oktoberfest at the Dayton Art Institute; photo courtesy of DAI I hate to break the news, but with Labor Day now behind us, summer is technically over. That being said, don’t fret! Summer was here and gone in a flash, but […]

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Neck and neck

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Guitarist Mark Kroos wows at Canal Public House By Gary Spencer Photo: Mark Kroos will perform Sept. 5 at Canal Public House Some things have to be seen to be believed. That certainly seems to be the case with North Carolina guitarist Mark Kroos, who has played every style of music from ska to country, […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]