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City is as city does


Dayton Does Dayton showcases local grooves By Mike Ritchie There is a rich love and passion for the Dayton music scene that has become evident in the last half decade, as promoter Louie Wood Jr. has taken over the reins for the Dayton Does Dayton festival. Wood has turned DDD into a juggernaut of local […]

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The bloom of the blending grape


South American wines showcase Malbec, Tannat By Mike Rosenberg Neighbor Jeff and I make an annual trip to our local Big Wine Store to stock him up for his annual project. Jeff lovingly crafts one delightful meal per month for his lovely wife. As a planner, he prefers to have all his wines in place […]

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‘45 Years’ measures a marriage and finds it wanting


Does love conquer all? By T.T. Stern-Enzi Film, so rarely, takes the road less traveled. The journey I am speaking of, in this case, would be time and long-term relationships. From a narrative standpoint, filmmakers seem less likely to trust that audiences will appreciate the shorthand that develops between a couple over decades, the ability […]

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The green-eyed monster


Dayton Opera’s premier of Otello at the Schuster By Eric Street Love may be the most powerful force in the world, but jealousy exerts a dark power all its own. For drama and passion set to music, come to the Mead Theatre of the Schuster Center when Dayton Opera presents Giuseppe Verdi’s Otello. “What a […]

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Road food


Michael Anthony’s at the Inn at Versailles is worth the trip By Paula Johnson You’d think a place called The Inn at Versailles might feature a French restaurant, but Michael Anthony’s at the Inn is Italian inspired. I found this out on a recent food-centered road trip (is there any other kind?) I took with […]

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Into the jungle


Dayton Theatre Guild’s two-person show ‘Slowgirl’ By Jacqui Theobald If you like the small plays, the kind of piece that can dig into your heart and pose gnarly, moral questions, featuring a pair of charming characters, then Greg Pierce’s “Slowgirl” will be your delight. It opens Feb. 26 and runs through March 13, weekends, at […]

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(Indiana) Jonesing


Whip artistry: a how-to By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Gery and Barbara demonstrate whipping tricks with flowers, decks of cards, candles and more; photo: Bill Franz   There are a few things you should know about learning to use a bullwhip. The first, as with any new skill honed, is patience. Almost always, this is easier […]

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Learn to ‘Savor Your Sunday’


Stivers students’ shows at Coco’s By Miranda Brooks Photo: The final two Savor Your Sunday events are Feb. 21 and Feb. 28 at Coco’s Bistro Stivers School for the Arts lives up to its name. Integrating arts education with academic excellence, the one-of-a-kind public school has become a strong staple within the Dayton community. Stivers […]

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On stage

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So you want to get on stage? By Jacqui Theobald Photo: Joshua Lisec as King Rex and Tamra Francis as Madame Mysterioso in Mayhem and Mystery’s “New Orleans”; photo: Peter Wine, MediaMoments Mayhem and Mystery Interactive Theatre at the Spaghetti Warehouse Mayhem in downtown Dayton? Not really, except at the Spaghetti Warehouse. Another season of […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 2/16/16

The establishment is losing it Mark Luedtke Because people with access to government’s levers of power are typically aligned against us, it’s easy to think of rulers as a monolithic group. Some have tried to draw organizational charts as if rulers were organized like government or a corporation. They aren’t. Our rulers are organized in […]

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The Docket: 8/30

Regional police blotters, reported and interpretedby By Ehron Ostendorf Feeding for two The owner of a store said a woman […]

Debate Forum: 8/23


For rent Can Ohio’s national park be “leased” for drilling? By Sarah Sidlow Quick quiz: name the only national forest […]

On The Beat: 8/23

Roadside fruit stands, where art thou? By Jim Bucher Think the older you get, the more nostalgic. Guess it’s all […]

On Your Marc: 8/23

No character like McVie By Marc Katz I know, there were iconic entertainment groups that played early in their careers […]

Debate Forum: 8/16/16


For the love of the game Olympic athletes have big dreams, but empty wallets—Should the government step in? By Sarah […]