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Sound the alarm


Kiera Cass brings ‘The Siren’ to Books & Co By Emma Jarman Themes in young adult fiction have trended toward the otherworldly supernatural as of late, evidenced by the raging popularity of series such as Twilight, Harry Potter and The Hunger Games. New York Times bestselling author Kiera Cass’s latest publication, “The Siren,” is another […]

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Women’s health warning signs


By Marsha Bonhart   It’s the same old song. I have sung it many times (and not necessarily with feeling). Too tired, too busy; just disregard or cancel the doctor’s appointments. Believe it or not, it is the better-educated women who make the sometimes fatal mistake of not paying closer attention to their health. Taking […]

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Mail call


Wright State’s Colleen Kelsey teaches students the skill of mail art By Jim Hannah Photo: An example of mail art sent to Colleen Kelsey by artist Amy Deal They paint it, they mail it, and they often never see it again. It’s called “mail art” or “postal art” and includes postcards, envelopes, paper or anything that […]

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Who wants to be smarter than a 5th grader?


Diving head first into the Dayton trivia scene   Trivia Host: “The answer is Ursa Minor.” Husband: “Aw, nuts.” Trivia Host: “Which of course is also known as the Little Dipper.” Husband: “Oh! Nice!” Me: “Told ya so.” There were several told-ya-sos on the night our Dayton City Paper team trouped out to the Buffalo […]

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Pints of interest


A DCP beer geek’s exclusive Dayton ale trail By Kevin Gray Photo: Use the Dayton City Paper guide to explore the region’s craft beer scene The Dayton beer scene has received a lot of regional and national attention, but it’s a good bet that most people still haven’t tried all of Miami Valley’s breweries, or […]

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Seeing red


‘Red Combines’ provides colorful display of agricultural historyBy Lauren Adams Photo: “Red Combines 1915-2015” is available for purchase on Amazon.com By Lauren Adams A few months ago, a friend and I debated the merits of an e-book versus a “regular book.” I’d decided that I didn’t care what format it was in, as long as […]

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Joshua Powell brings lit-inspired folk to Trolley Stop By Tim Anderl Photo: Joshua Powell & The Great Train Robbery will perform Friday, Jan. 22 at Trolley Stop Indianapolis, Indiana, folk collective Joshua Powell & The Great Train Robbery recently delivered Alyosha, a psychedelically tinged, avant-folk record based on a character from Russian novelist Dostoyevsky’s “The […]

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This is your captain speaking


Joseph Airport lands in Dayton for show at Blind Bob’s By Josher Lumpkin Photo: [l-r] Joe Patterson, Jason Short, Matthew Cutter and Ben Penry of Joseph Airport perform Saturday, Jan. 23 at Bob’s Joseph Airport is a multi-city music project made up of six young men who are friends first and bandmates second.  With members […]

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Dramatic gestures


Travel to Korea and Japan at Centerville’s Kabuki By Paula Johnson Photo: Ika Tempura at Kabuki in Centerville Kabuki is the Japanese term for a kind of dramatic theatre featuring exaggerated gestures and body movements. In the Centerville restaurant’s case, the emphatic gesticulations came from the owner as she quickly and efficiently ushered in the […]

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Whole lotta shakin’


Presley, Perkins, Lewis & Cash at ‘Million Dollar’ Kuss event By Rusty Pate Photo: Presley, Perkins, Lewis and Cash: A Night To Remember takes place Saturday, Jan. 23 at Clark State’s Kuss Auditorium There was magic in the air in Memphis on Dec. 4, 1956. Elvis Presley, the city’s favorite son, had already taken the […]

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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 […]