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Making great strides

Dayton’s annual LGBT pride celebration By Chelsea Davis  Photo: Jah Soul performs at Courthouse Square during 2013’s Dayton Pride; photo: Randy Phillips “Pride is designed for people to be able to be themselves,” Randy Phillips, president of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center, said. “Gay people have been looked down upon and oppressed and Pride came about […]

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Craft beer: Not just for straight white dudes

MJ’s Café expands craft offerings By Kevin J. Gray Photo: MJ’s Café is looking to expand its craft beer selection as it moves into a new location at the end of summer MJ’s Café, currently located at 119 E. Third St., has been hard at work since October to grow into its new location nearby at […]

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You can’t corral this pony

Detroit’s Electric Six plays Southgate House Revival By Leo DeLuca Photo: Electric Six perform on June 6 at Southgate House Revival in Newport, Ky. “Detroit has always been a fantastic place to be an artist or a musician because of the economic ruin,” said Dick Valentine, the front-man and founder of Electric Six, a Motor City-based […]

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A play you must discuss

‘The Dead Guy’ by Eric Coble By Jacqui Theobald Photo: [l to r] Christopher Hahn as Eldon and Amy Askins as Gina during a dress rehearsal of “The Dead Guy” at the Dayton Theatre Guild; photo: Peter Wine/MediaMoments.com How would you feel about a reality show with a million dollar bonus, but the ultimate cost of […]

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Miss Maha and the City

Miss Maha’s picks – Pride edition By Maha Kashani Photo: “To Be Takei,” a documentary on the life of LGBT activist George Takei will screen at The Neon on June 25   This June, the Dayton region will be painted with rainbow colors and endless passion as we celebrate our beautifully diverse culture of Pride with […]

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The rockabilly Fab Four

Million Dollar Quartet at Schuster By Brian Sharp Photo: John Countryman as Jerry Lee Lewis, James Barry as Carl Perkins, Cody Ray Slaughter as Elvis Presley and Scott Moreau as Johnny Cash in Million Dollar Quartet; photo: Jeremy Daniel What happens when Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis just happen to stop […]

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To be black, gay and proud in mainstream cinema

How long before we see characters who happen to be black and gay on the regular? By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Chiwetel Ejiofor as Lola in “Kinky Boots” The world needs more ensemble dramas or dramatic comedies like “The Family Stone” or bold cinematic kaleidoscopes like Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of “Romeo + Juliet” to showcase the […]

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Catching the light

Scotland’s Chvrches bring synthpop tides to Columbus By Gary Spencer Photo: Chvrches will perform on June 10 at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion in Columbus; photo: Elliot Hazel Although I’m primarily a fan of heavy, guitar based music, I must admit I have a soft spot for really well done, catchy synthpop – synthpop that’s primarily of 1980s […]

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Mississippi drinkin’

John the Conqueror bring the crossroads to Canal Public House By Zach Rogers Photo: John the Conqueror will perform on June 12 at Canal Public House; photo: Cinthya Vong Fresh off of two solid full-length albums in only three years, Philadelphia rockers John the Conqueror have found a sound that combines vintage blues with a harder […]

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Milk, got it?

Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus honors Harvey Milk with Midwest premiere By Eric Street Photo: Tony and Grammy award nominee Andrew Lippa wrote the words and music for I Am Harvey Milk Here’s your chance to celebrate history while seeing it being made! Join members of the Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra as they present […]

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Chew on this: 07/21

More than picking fresh vegetables By Jayne Powers   Today, let’s shine a light on vegetables—literally. Walk into any supermarket, […]

The Docket: 07/21

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Amanda Dee Nailed it The owner of a nail salon […]

News of the weird: 07/21

By Chuck Shepherd It Pays to Fail The enormous compensation CEOs of large corporations receive is justified in part by […]

Advice Goddess: 7/14

By Amy Alkon   Beyond Thunderdomes I have a great circle of female friends, but one of “the group” has […]

This ain’t Orwell

Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse down on ‘The Farm’ By CC Hutten Photo: Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse will present “The Farm” […]

news of the weird 7/14/15

By Chuck Shepherd Update California inventor Matt McMullen, who makes the world’s most realistic life-sized female doll, the RealDoll (with […]