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Boogie Downton

Bach Society of Dayton presents the Music of Downton Abbey By Gary Spencer Often times classical music performances can be pretty standard fare—you walk into the concert hall or recital space, take your seat, the orchestra or chamber ensemble plays, audiences clap—it doesn’t leave much to the imagination. But this coming Sunday the Bach Society […]

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B-A-N-J-O

Ragtime stays alive with Kettering Banjo Society By Jimaur Calhoun I will admit, I am not too familiar with the banjo. I grew up in the music video era and I never saw Michael Jackson, Prince or Public Enemy strumming on one, so the instrument wasn’t on my radar. However, the banjo has always had […]

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Metal’s mythical beasts

Stoner metal with Casino Warrior at Bob’s By Mike Ritchie The Cincinnati stoner-prog outfit Casino Warrior are young but have amassed a decent following since last year’s inception. They specialize in “Clash of the Titans”-themed songs about Medusa, mythical beings and beasts including half-man and half-horse centaurs. While still in the metal crib, so to […]

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Easy rider

Hand-picked cycling day trips during National Bike Month Kristen Wicker The Dayton region is home to more than 300 miles of bikeways—the nation’s largest paved trail network. But where to start? Five Rivers MetroParks staff share their favorite rides to get you rolling. Visit metroparks.org for maps, cycling programs and more info, including details about […]

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The sideshow must go on

Dayton Sideshow’s big 11 at Dayton Yellow Cab By Tim Smith Underground art is defined as any form of art that operates outside of conventional norms. It can be any genre that is not popular in the art world, including visionary art and street art. Local examples of this type of urban expressionism will be […]

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Swan song

Escher String Quartet returns to close the 2016 Vanguard Concerts season By Gary Spencer Music and performing arts organizations are a hard thing to sustain. Often times they are based out of nonprofit endeavors and have to rely on donations from the public. People in the public can be fickle as tastes change, trends come […]

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KA-POW!

In your hands with free comic book day By Josher Lumpkin Early May invokes different visions for different folks. Some are undoubtedly enchanted by the change in weather, shaking away the cold of winter, to awake refreshed and renewed as the foliage returns and April’s showers finally start to dry up. For me, the beginning […]

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It’s your party, we can’t cry if we want to

Fresco’s Jenn DiSanto shares a day in the life of catering By Paula Johnson What does it take to make it in the catering business, and how is that world different than that of a restaurant chef? Jenn DiSanto, owner of Kettering’s Fresco Catering, sums it up with a story from a huge party she […]

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The root of all metal

Death metal role model Suffocation shreds Oddbody’s By Gary Spencer Some musical movements and eras have so much impact and lasting influence that they are timeless. This argument can be made for the first wave of heavy metal subgenre of death metal. While what many historians and fans consider to be the very first death […]

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One star headline

Greg Warren at Funny Bone By Don Hurst Listeners to the Bob and Tom Show and the Sirius comedy channels already know Greg Warren. His down to earth mix of frustration and self-deprecation is a daily fixture on the radio. He has appeared on Late Night with Seth Myers, The Late Late Show, Last Comic […]

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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” […]