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The Big Easy in the Queen City

Trombone Shorty takes on the Ohio River Throwdown By Alan Sculley Photo: Trombone Shorty and New Orleans Avenue will perform on Sept. 6 at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati; photo: Jonathan Mannion There’s no telling how Trombone Shorty’s latest album, Say That to Say This, will be remembered in the future. The CD was released in […]

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Stick to your roots

Indie and Americana at Lost Creek Music Experience By CC Hutten Photo: Joe Mullins and the Radio ramblers will headline the Lost Creek Music Experience; photo: Alane Anno The Lost Creek Music Experience is everything an avid festivalgoer could ask for: food trucks, locally-brewed beer and almost-famous bands. Except, this festival is only one piece […]

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Street eats and sweet treats

Colombian comfort in Kettering By Paula Johnson Photo: The Colombian platter at Arepas & Co. Imagine a little Colombian grandma stirring a fragrant stew, then imagine the sights and tantalizing cooking smells of a busy city thoroughfare. You’ll experience both at Arepas & Co., a new Kettering eatery which highlights home cooking and street food. […]

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A hard look off-screen

An off-release week allows for a chance to focus on other narratives By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Michael Douglas as Wiliam D-Fens Foster in “Falling Down” During a recent bit of old-fashioned coach potato channel surfing, I stumbled upon the end of Joel Schumacher’s 1993 release “Falling Down” featuring Michael Douglas as a character simply referred […]

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Tray tables up

Joseph Airport takes flight with new album, first live show By Gary Spencer Photo: Top [l-r]: Jereme Sanborn and Matthew Cutter;  Bottom [l-r]: Pen Penry and Bazooka Joe Patterson of Joseph Airport Love’em or hate ’em, Daytonian rock gods Guided By Voices have inspired hundreds, or possibly thousands, of bands all over the world to do […]

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Leaf a legacy

Building forests for the future By Kristen Wicker Photo: Five Rivers MetroParks staff and volunteers manage and maintain large tracts of land located along Dayton’s river corridors Green isn’t always good – at least not when it comes to honeysuckle. This invasive bush may look pretty in certain places, yet honeysuckle’s impact on our forests […]

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The Goddess is IN

Amy Alkon’s consummate counsel By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: “Good Manners for Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck,” by Amy Alkon, published by St. Martin’s Griffin, 2014 Advice Goddess Amy Alkon has been dispensing her brand of guileless guidance for years, from humble beginnings on New York City street corners to her much-lauded syndicated column that […]

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Dirty jobs

Professor John A. Long researches prehistoric sex and beyond By Gary Spencer Photo: Professor and paleontologist John A. Long on location in South Australia Have you ever wondered how the dinosaurs “did it”? Have you ever wondered what member of the animal kingdom is the best endowed? Have you ever wondered if there are any […]

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Sex: Believe it or not?

Local Docs Peterson and Jaxson-Jäger bust open sex myths By Melissa Markham Photo: Carol Jaxon-Jäger and Frederick Peterson, both licensed psychologists and sex therapists, talk sex myths Living in a culture utterly saturated with sex, it’s interesting to discover our knowledge on the subject comes nowhere near our obsession. We are not only ill-informed, but […]

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The blonde and the bubbly

America’s first strip club brewpub By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Nova and Prue, two employees of Pinups and Pints, sample the beer It started as a bizarre phone call from my editor: “We need to push back your column by a week, but we have another story for you,” she explained. “It’s for our annual […]

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News of the weird: 05/26

By Chuck Shepherd Is This a Great Country or What? There’s hardly a more “generic” song in America than “Happy […]

A berry good time

Annual Strawberry Festival returns By Tara Pettit Photo: The Troy Strawberry Festival [June6-7] offers strawberry-themed vendors, activities and live entertainment; […]

Advice Goddess: 5/27

By Amy Alkon Smells Like Bean Spirit My girlfriend of a year is 51 and lovely in most areas – […]

Chew on this: 05/26

Grill smart By Jayne Powers Every day, we make decisions about our health regarding the food we eat. Sometimes, we […]

News of the weird: 05/19

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Donating for dollars Already, healthy people can donate blood, sperm and eggs, but now […]

Advice Goddess: 5/19

By Amy Alkon All the single m’ladies I read your manners book and loved it. I just feel that for […]