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From mummies to meerkats

Plenty to discover at Boonshoft By Joyell Nevins Photo: Children play at the Boonshoft Museum’s Water Table; photo: Kristy Creel Discovery: a word associated with eye-opening wonder and new ideas. Where your mind is stretched beyond its current capabilities. Where the world you think you know is bigger and more intricate than you realized.  Such is […]

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Dayton’s travel(ing) photographer

Bill Franz debuts in Dayton and beyond By Melissa Markham Photo: “Made in America,” by Bill Franz Behind every image lies a story. A simple facial expression captured by a camera’s lens holds endless tales of victory and loss, and there are so many stories yet to be told. What began as a pursuit of a […]

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Sounds of summer

Four picks to sizzle your speakers By L. Kent Wolgamott Photo: La Sera // Hour of the Dawn // Hardly Art   La Sera // Hour of the Dawn // Hardly Art Former Vivian Girl Katy Goodman turns up the noise on Hour of The Dawn, the third album from her project, La Sera. In […]

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It Figlios so good

A wood-fired pizza treat with endless possibilities By Paula Johnson Photo: The build-your-own-pizza option at Figlio provides over 3 trillion different possible topping combinations It’s an axiom in the industry that nothing fails faster than a restaurant started by a bunch of lawyers or doctors. These businesses almost always tank, due to the lack of commitment […]

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Look! Up in the sky…

Vectren Dayton Air Show spotlights Dayton’s history of aviation By Rusty Pate Photo: One of the most popular air show attractions, The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will return to the 2014 Vectren Dayton Air Show on June 28-29; photo: Tim Gaffney It might be easy to take for granted the importance Dayton holds in the world […]

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‘Black Mayors, White Majorities’

Author includes former Dayton mayor  Rhine McLin in new book By Leo DeLuca Photo: Author Ravi K. Perri with his new book, “Black Mayors, White Majorities”; photo: The Blade/Dave Zapotosky Former Dayton Mayor Rhine McLin is a central subject in “Black Mayors, White Majorities,” a new book by Ohio native Ravi Perry (Ph.D, Brown University, 2009). […]

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Similar skin

Umphrey’s McGee at Fraze Pavilion By Alan Sculley Photo: Umphrey’s McGee will perform on June 28 at Fraze Pavilion; photo: Chris Monaghan Umphrey’s McGee is known for playing a diverse range of rock music. Their live sets, which sometimes run upwards of three hours, can run the gamut from expansive prog-ish rock – “Day Nurse” –  […]

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Fortunate son

Human jukebox Nick Mitchell releases new album By Kyle Melton Photo: [l to r] Marty Romie, Jay Scott, Scot Givens and Nick Mitchell of the Skeptical Cats; photo: Pam Mitchell For musicians, the idea of making a living by playing music is the dream. Many musicians work hard at their craft and struggle to find an […]

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Getting the skinny

Upcoming documentary sparks debate over BMI testing By Matt Bayman Photo: [l to r] Award-winning filmmaker Mike Webber, Bailey Webber and Maddy edit film for the upcoming release; photo: Serif Cinar Most Americans agree there is an obesity problem in the United States. But whether or not children as young as kindergarten age should be subjected […]

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Takin’ care of business

Dayton’s Startup Weekend debut By Stacey Ritz Photo: Startup Weekend judges question a team during Sunday pitches at the November 2013 Startup Weekend event in Columbus; photo: David Sherry “Startup Weekend Dayton will be a 54-hour business hackathon – software developers, designers, marketers and project managers get together and attempt to build a business over the […]

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Homegrown harmonies

National Sing-Off Live Tour in Troy By Tara Pettit Photo: Street Corner Symphony will perform at Hobart Arena as part of The […]

Chew on this: 2/24

Be your own nutrition sleuth By Jayne Powers Photo: Composer Jake Heggie; photo: Art Clarity You may have read the […]

News of the weird: 02/24

By Chuck Shepherd Lead story – Weird news you can use It turns out that a person having a heart […]

Advice Goddess: 2/24

By Amy Alkon Beak experience I recently started dating this new girl. I asked her whether her lips and boobs […]

Under the spell

Yellow Springs Theater Company stages “Godspell” By Gary Spencer Photo: Director Robert Campbell [standing, forefront] rehearses with Yellow Springs Theater […]

The Artsy Adventures of the JafaGirls

Just when you thought you had seen everything By Tor Gregory Simms Photo: Nancy Mellon and Corrine Bayraktaroglu; photo: Scott […]