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Pippin does Cirque

Updated Broadway classic flips onto Schuster stage By Joyell Nevins Photo: Sasha Allen as Leading Player and the cast of the National Tour of Pippin. Pippin comes to the Schuster Center Oct. 6-11; photo: Terry Shapiro There’s magic to do, and a spectacle just for you when the revival of Pippin comes to town! Director […]

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Dayton LGBT Film Festival at ten

A decade of movement By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Evan Todd as Adam in “Fourth Man Out” With more mainstream film representations of the LGBT community in flux—“About Ray” release gets pushed back, seemingly in response to a less than favorable preview at the Toronto International Film Festival and “Stonewall” facing challenges from activists concerned whitewashing […]

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A quick trip north

The wines of British Columbia By Mike Rosenberg Photo: The Painted Rock winery is located in the Okanagan Valley in the town of Penticton The jumping off point for my summer vacation with the Sweet Partner in Crime was Vancouver. Neither of us had ever been up to that particular area of the Pacific Northwest, […]

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Based on a true story

Dayton Theatre Guild presents “The Columnist” now through Oct. 18 By Jacqui Theobald Photo: David Shough as Joseph Alsop and Rick Flynn as brother Stewart Alsop in the Dayton Theatre Guild’s performance of “The Columnist”, playing now through Oct. 18 Fair? No. Balanced? Never. Opinionated? Always. Joseph Alsop, the mid-twentieth century syndicated political writer was […]

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Hallowed visions

Heavy psychers Ecstatic Vision at Bob’s By Tim Anderl Photo: Ecstatic Vision will perform at Blind Bob’s on Oct. 11; photo: Orion Landau Signed to Relapse Records on the power of their demo, Philadelphia’s Ecstatic Vision conjure heavy and primal psychedelic influences that run a gamut of influences. From ’70s heavy metal and psychedelia to […]

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The rant king returns

Lewis Black in Concert: A Benefit to The Human Race (Theatre Company) By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Comedian Lewis Black will perform at the Victoria Theatre on Oct. 11 as a benefit for the Human Race Theatre Company “It is sometimes an appropriate response to reality to go insane.” I don’t know that Philip K. […]

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Mandolindie

Feral Conservatives come to Canal By Christian Roerig Photo: Matt Francis and Rashie Rosenfarb of Feral Conservatives will perform on Oct. 8 at Canal Public House It’s not often that a band will have a completely interesting sound, and most of the time when they do, it’s something that’s too weird or unlistenable to most […]

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Rise up

Saliva brings the energy at BMI By Mike Ritchie Photo: Saliva will perform at BMI on Speedway Oct. 10; photo: Steve Sergent Photography Since the mid-nineties, Saliva has traveled countless roads and trucked through various trends, industry fluctuations and the nu metal genre label to keep their brand of hard rock filling the engine with high octane, […]

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Bridging the gap: Adriana Trigiani writes for adults

Long-time writer adapts her own work for the big screen By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Adriana Trigiani, the storyteller behind “Big Stone Gap”; Rating: PG-13 Grade: B+ You can always tell when you, as a viewer or reader, are in the company of a great storyteller. It starts immediately, with the warmth of the voice, the […]

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Mangled & altered

Meet the Artist: Teri Schoch By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Teri Schoch, View of East Second Street, 2015; wood, corroded steel, graffiti, aluminum alloy I only met Teri Schoch a few weeks ago but I knew from the moment I saw her rusted, crushed and mangled assemblages, she would be someone I would completely dig. Her […]

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Strings attached

Leesa Haapapuro teaches, creates in Dayton By Bill Franz Leesa Haapapuro’s studio is in the busiest and most colorful art […]

Time to do-tu-it

Dutoit Gallery offers member artists showcase space By Joyell Nevins When Adjunct Art Professor Colleen Kelsey approached colleague Glen Cebulash […]

Vitality Check: 5/3/16

Harmful if swallowed By Rocco Castellano Every now and then I get a wild hair up my ass to go […]

On Your Marc: 5/3/16

Field of dreams a real treat By Marc Katz Of course I’ve visited Field of Dreams. Are you nuts?! Dayton […]

Vitality Check: 4/26/16

Heeeeeere’s Rocco! By Rocco Castellano What’s up b–ches? I’m back! I know all of you were wondering where I went […]

More than a building

Troy walking history tours offer a deeper look By Don Hurst On Friday April 29, Downtown Troy’s past will come […]