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A cultural colossus

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra presents Reflections of France By Pat Suarez Photo: Classical pianist Pascal Rogé will perform with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra for their Reflections of France concert Feb. 6 and 8 Sometimes, size doesn’t matter. Consider France. In land mass, France is smaller than Texas. But in terms of historical influence in language, politics, exploration […]

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Great food comes in a small package

Olive, An Urban Dive offers local food in intimate setting By Brian P. Sharp Photo: The Urban burger with sweet potato fries and aioli at Olive, An Urban Dive Olive, An Urban Dive is not new to downtown Dayton, but it has not been on my short list of restaurants to frequent. On a chilly night […]

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Give a little love

Wild Cub introduces artfulness to dance jams By Tim Anderl Photo: Wild Cub performs on Feb. 10 at The Basement in Columbus; photo: Allister Ann Nashville, Tenn. band Wild Cub, led by songwriter/composer Keegan Dewitt and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Bullock, delivers songs that transition seamlessly between electro-pop, cinematic and danceable new wave and groove with tropical rhythms. […]

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More than a milestone

“Torch Song Trilogy” at Loft Theatre By Brian P. Sharp Photo: [l to r] Jamison Stern and Jamie Cordes in “Torch Song Trilogy” at the Loft Theatre through Feb. 16; photo: Scott J. Kimmins For some, this production could be life changing. For others, it pulls on emotional heartstrings and addresses issues so real it’s hard […]

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If you’re offered a poncho, take the poncho!

Alton Brown to make appearance (and a bit of a mess) at Schuster Center By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Alton Brown will bring his unique flavor of food-related humor to The Schuster Performing Arts Center Feb. 10 at 8 p.m.; photo: David Allen You know him. You love him. I, personally, blame him for a […]

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Nashville nostalgia

Grace Adele and the Grand Band at Trolley Stop By Rusty Pate Photo: Grace Adele (right) and musical partner Keenan Wade (left) forged a fruitful musical relationship based on a deep love of classic country and vintage Americana sounds; photo: Kendra Krantz Anyone that has been to Nashville knows it is a town bursting at the […]

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Saving Mr. Darcy

“Pride and Prejudice” at Cedarville University By Jacqui TheobaldPhoto: “Pride and Prejudice” runs at Cedarville University Feb. 8, 9 and 10; photo: Scott Huck/Cedarville University “Pride and Prejudice” was Jane Austen’s proud accomplishment, the novel being published 201 years ago, Jan. 28, 1813. Jon Jory’s play “Pride and Prejudice,” one of the newest of many adaptations […]

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Philip Seymour Hoffman – ‘Be honest, and unmerciful’

Projected memories of an actor’s actor By T.T. Stern-Enzi While I am generally not a fan of social media – I use Twitter for work-based purposes only and have refused, on principle, to ever join Facebook – I found myself appreciative of the outpouring of sentiment over the sudden and tragic loss of Academy Award-winning […]

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Dusting off the dirt

Rediscovering Negro Baseball’s Dayton Marcos By Sarah Sidlow Photo: This photo appeared in the August, 1942 Spot Magazine – caption wording with photo is original to the period; photo credit: National Baseball Hall of Fame Library, Cooperstown, N.Y. Editor’s Note: The language used in this peice refers to the language of the day as it appears […]

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Sleeping on the job

Columbus’ Sleep Fleet record release at Blind Bob’s By Josher Lumpkin Photo: Guitarist Corey Montgomery and Sleep Fleet celebrate the release of Hudson & High at Blind Bob’s on Feb. 1; photo: Megan Leigh Barnard Sleep Fleet’s upbeat brand of punk-tinged, crooning indie rock n’ roll tunes have developed among lineup changes and relocation. From their […]

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Seed you there!

40 years of Troy’s Strawberry Festival (a berry good year!) By Emma Jarman Forty years ago, a small group of […]

On Your Marc: 5/24/16

A passing brush with No. 1 Bush By Marc Katz There’s a fascination with being No. 1, and since I’m […]

Vitality Check: 5/24/16

WTF: Genetically modified mosquitoes By Rocco Castellano This week’s column is going to sound like it’s coming right out of […]

On Your Marc: 5/17/16

Some moments at Hara By Marc Katz I can spin a funny story about this now. but in 1996 it […]

Sew what?

I Make Things Because I Must explores the value of homemade at YSAC By Jimaur Calhoun Sometimes in art, a […]

Vitality Check: 5/17/16

Estrogen: the enemy among us By Rocco Castellano About a year ago, I wrote a column called “Soy Meets World” […]