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Artists and scholars

15 years of the Wright State University ArtsGala By John Hamilton Photo: Art student Bret Eikenbery showcases his sculpting abilities at ARTSGALA 2011; photo: Peter Wine Wright State University dawns its best dresses and suits for the 15th Annual ArtsGala, an event to showcase the hard work and dedication of the students and staff of […]

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Bite me

Swimming with Sharks at Blind Bob’s By Katie Christoff Photo: Swimming With Sharks will perform March 27 at Blind Bob’s; photo: Shayna Seippel Swimming with Sharks is a relatively new addition to the local music scene, having only been together for a year – but don’t call them inexperienced. Brian Whitten, the band’s lead vocalist […]

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All in the family

Taj Ma Garaj is a quirky hangout By Lisa Bennett Photo: The Taj Ma Garaj boasts a number of rare and unique collectable cars and parts, as well as a host of other nostalgic memorabilia; Page photo: Lisa Bennett Time changes everything it touches. Nothing could be truer for the large building located at 300 […]

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Indian? Let’s Chaat!

India Chaat Café and Curryout quenches curry cravings By Paula Johnson Photo: Masala Dosa at India Chaat Café and Curryout A recent Saturday lunch with my friend Sally made me remember just how subtle and complex good Indian cuisine can be. I invited her to join me at India Chaat Café and Curry out to […]

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One woman, one act

Mary Lou Quinlan’s “The God Box” at UD By Jacqui Theobald Photo: Writer Mary Lou Quinlan will perform her one-woman play, “The God Box,” March 30-31 at University of Dayton “I let myself fall into my feelings and it was exciting to share this story about love,” Mary Lou Quinlan, writer/performer says of her one-woman […]

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Watch yer booty!

Pirates invade Ye Olde Yellow Cabaret IV By Gary Spencer Photo: Drunk & Sailor will perform sea shanties and Irish drinking songs; photo: Erin Cook The melding of subcultures in contemporary society is hardly a new thing. Some subcultures that may seem incongruous often find themselves as willing bedfellows in the right environment, and that […]

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‘It Follows’ roams in the backstreets of fear

Horror genre gets an ingenious moral kink in new release By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Maika Monroe as Jay in “It Follows”; Rating: R, Grade: A- Following (pun intended) on the heels of writer-director Jennifer Kent’s mesmerizing horror re-invention “The Babadook,” comes another relative multi-hyphenate newbie David Robert Mitchell with his sly take on the unrelenting […]

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Sax and swagger

Gerald Albright comes to the Schuster By Mike Ritchie Photo: Gerald Albright will perform on March 27 at the Schuster Center; photo: Lori Stoll He’s been called one of the biggest stars in R&B, contemporary and straight-ahead jazz while earning a well-deserved reputation by world known artists as a “musician’s musician.” Born in Los Angeles, […]

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Harmonic euphoria

Kettering-based Timberwolf Guitar Company focuses on quality By CC Hutten Photo: [l-r] Shawn Rotterman, Rick Wolf and Tim Rotterman of Timberwolf Guitars “Quality over quantity” is a phrase that can stir a household debate – but when it comes to Timberwolf Guitar Company and instrument craftsmanship, there’s no question that quality reigns. Founded and owned […]

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Dayton’s new Irish Church

Dublin Pub, reincarnated By Tammy Newsom Photo: A church scheduled for demolition became the building materials for the Dublin Pub renovation “A quart of ale is a dish fit for a king’ – Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” What we love about the Dublin Pub is still there: the fish and chips, shepherd’s pie, the Guinness […]

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Advice Goddess: 3/31

By Amy Alkon Eyes that light up a womb I’m a 35-year-old guy who’s doing online dating and who’s against […]

News of the Weird: 3/31

By Chuck Shepherd The continuing crisis The trendy St. Pauli neighborhood in historic Hamburg, Germany, suffers its share of uncouth […]

The Docket:03/31

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Bad timing A Dayton police detective stopped at […]

Chew on this: 03/31

Defensive eating for nutrition survival By Jayne Powers Back in the day – think the years following World War I […]

News of the weird: 03/24

By Chuck Shepherd Anatomy Class in Court “This will be upsetting,” cautioned Justice Robert Graesser, addressing jurors in February in […]

Chew on this: 03/24

Cooking techniques and skills for healthier lives By Jayne Powers Nutrition is more than being able to pick out healthful […]