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Stopping the crISIS

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In the Gray Zone: Recognizing the Muslims in US By Ben Tomkins and Amanda Dee Photo: Local Muslim groups address Western stereotypes; photo: Amanda Dee On Nov. 28, Ohio State University officials and news outlets initially reported third-year logistics management major and Muslim Somali refugee Abdul Razak Ali Artan as an “active shooter” when he […]

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Taste of nostalgia

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Miamisburg’s Hamburger Wagon serves up a 103-year-old experience By Brennan Burks Photo: Jack Sperry’s Miamisburg-based Hamburger Wagon travels to Octoberfest and other festivals around Ohio; photos: Gary Hartman With refurbished theatres, new and renewed breweries, and inching closer to riverfronts, the Miami Valley is revitalizing. While these efforts may originate from the need for economic […]

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Jump back, honey

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A bend in the road with poet Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin By Whitney Bell Photo: Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin performs his own words and words of his inspirations to life; photo: Robert Barclay If you’re a poet, you know it’s an honor and privilege to meet Dr. Martin. If you’re not a poet, meet the […]

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Emo-ting all over yourself

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Pop punk’s You vs. Yesterday against the world at Blind Bob’s By Justin Kreitzer Photo: You vs. Yesterday’s Kramer Welker takes listeners high and low Dec. 23 at Bob’s; photo: Jesse Darland Dayton has such a great and varied musical history that includes—but is not limited to—the strutting funk bands of the ‘70s, the lo-fi ‘90s […]

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Consistently inconsistent

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Don’t throw caution to The Winds in Yellow Springs just yet By Paula Johnson Photo: The La Belle Farm Duck Breast with lavender honey and red wine reduction at The Winds in Yellow Springs; photos: Paula Johnson My occasional and most excellent dining pal Jurgen Durstler and I were discussing restaurants we’ve felt were “consistently […]

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Milling about

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At the wheel of historic Clifton Mill with Jessica Noes By Jim Hannah Photo: Tens of thousands of visitors travel to Clifton Mill’s display of 4 million lights; photos: Eric Pence It was simply irresistible. Jessica Noes had begun working at the historic Clifton Mill in high school and continued during her college years at Wright […]

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10 Years in Hippie Country

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Higgins-Madewell celebrates 10th anniversary at Little York Tavern By Matt Clevenger Photo: Jeff Madewell and Erin Higgins (right) of Higgins-Madewell celebrate the duo’s ‘hippie-country that rocks’ at Little York Tavern Dec. 28; photo: Tim Shores West Milton-based guitar duo Higgins-Madewell will celebrate its 10th anniversary this week, performing a show at Little York Tavern Wednesday, Dec. 28, […]

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UnTapping the internet

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The rise of online reviews raises the question of craft beer quality By Jim Witmer Photo: Today, drinkers can try a beer and rate it in the same gulp It seems like only yesterday that I sought out any bar serving some of the highest regarded beers on tap, namely Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Sam Adams […]

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The rest of the best

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Don’t miss these under-the-radar film picks from 2016 By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Markees Christmas as Morris in ‘Morris From America’ Today’s world has transformed every (remaining) film critic into a curator-in-waiting. Having spent decades critically watching and commenting on film, assuming the role of scout-curator for a film festival or a film center, makes for […]

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Post-solstice safety

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Ranger tips to navigate the winterscapes By Kristen Wicker Photo: Hikers at Englewood MetroPark take in the view while taking a buddy out on the trail Winter doesn’t officially begin until the winter solstice at 5:44 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 21—the day with the shortest period of daylight, when the noon sun is the lowest […]

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Shesus, Breeders, and Bastards

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Three premier singer-songwriters return home for the holidays By Gary Spencer Photo: Erika Wennerstrom performs at Cloverdale Dec. 22; photo: Kendall Bailey Atwater Every once in a while, a super bill of live music comes together that immediately raises eyebrows—a show featuring musicians with such impressive critical accolades and accomplished resumes that the sheer amount […]

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Building History

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A Decade of Artists featuring African-American Trailblazers known as Dayton Skyscrapers Photo:’Bokai Twe Scrapes the Sky’ by Kevin Harris By Brittany Erwin Dayton is a city proud of its heroes. Its most commonly cited—the Wright Brothers and Paul Laurence Dunbar—have inspired and served as role models while also raising Dayton’s national profile. Yet, Dayton is […]

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Through the eyes of elves

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Human Race Theatre presents ‘The Santaland Diaries’ By Tim Smith Photo: Tim Lile as Crumpet the Elf in Human Race Theatre’s production of ‘The Santaland Diaries,’ running Dec. 8-17 Anyone, who has ever stood in line with kids to sit on Santa’s lap in a shopping mall, can relate to the frustrations. The crowds, the […]

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Whoa Nelly’s!

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Centerville’s Nelly’s Taste of Bolivia is hands down the best rotisserie chicken around By Paula Johnson Photo: Pique Macho at Nelly’s Taste of Bolivia; photos: Paula Johnson A few years ago, I began flirting with the idea of moving to Dayton. My now-husband PIP (Palate In Progress) knew that food was the center of my […]

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For goodness…sake?

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Forget the hot sake, treat yourself to a premium bottle of junmai-ginjo By Dr. Mike Rosenberg Photo: Once done by foot, the first step of sake production exposes the rice grain through milling or polishing, which determines the sake quality “You know that in the back of every sushi restaurant there’s a guy going, ‘Hey, […]

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Winter warriors

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Battlecross & Allegaeon conquer Rockstar Pro Arena By Gary Spencer Photo: Allegaeon’s (l-r) Corey Archuleta, Greg Burgess, Brandon Park, Riley McShane, and Michael Stancel; photo: Matthew Zinke The guys at Rockstar Pro Arena keep on doing it—bringing world-class metal tours to the Gem City. And local headbangers should be loving it. This Friday, RPA is proud […]

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The kids are alright…and the nannies and billies, too

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In this fast-paced world of immediate answers and non-stop connectivity, there is a real need for us to unplug and […]

Debate 5/22: Blurred lines create travel tensions

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Have you ever heard of an emotional support mouse? What about an emotional support hedgehog, or mini pig? (Can we […]

Pups on the run

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Did you know that the Humane Society of Greater Dayton (HSGD) has been “Finding Great Homes For Great Pets” since […]

Catfé society in St. Anne’s Hill

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Last spring I wrote a piece introducing readers to a Dayton first: The Gem City Catfé, which officially opened its […]

The new Splash Moraine?

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What happens when you have dogs leaping through the air, splashing into a pool and swimming frantically after a toy? […]