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The Bucko stops here

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Cincinnati band takes on Yellow Springs’ Peach’s By Justin Kreitzer Emerging  Cincinnati indie rock quartet Bucko—formed just last year from the ashes of the beloved local acts Black Owls and Killtones—consists of vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Brandon Losacker, guitarist/vocalist Ed Shuttleworth, bassist Josh Pilot and drummer Brian Kitzmiller. The band is currently writing and recording their […]

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Ralph Fiennes makes a surprisingly big ‘Splash’

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Quietly intense performer outshines the bright spotlight By T.T. Stern-Enzi There is a delicious thrill in watching a completely dialed-in performer tackle a truly larger than life character, one of those outsized personalities that can dominate a story, crowding out others, even the presumed protagonists. Two of the most recent instances of such glorious, attention […]

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A Blast from the past….

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Dayton Heritage Day at Carillon Historical Park By Matt Clevenger Scenes and characters from Dayton’s past will come to life on Sunday, May 29, during Dayton History’s Dayton Heritage Day at Carillon Historical Park. Musket shooting, blacksmithing, hearth cooking, candle dipping and high-wheel bicycling are just a few of the historically accurate activities that will […]

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Attack of the Pod People!!!

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Yellow Cab hosts first ever Dayton Podfest By Rusty Pate Follow me kids, down the path to yesteryear, back to a time when phones were attached to walls and spoken into. Televisions had dials and a dozen channels, if you were lucky. Movies were only made by huge studios with equipment that cost more than […]

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I heart the…

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Seventh annual ’80s Rewind at Gilly’s By Mike Ritchie The seventh annual ‘80s Rewind returns “Back to the Future” on Saturday, May 28. The one-night annual tradition created by Dayton Does Dayton promoter Louie Wood Jr. has become an evening of ‘80s themed flash tracks back to when cassettes and boom boxes were commonplace, switchblade […]

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A New Element

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Into the Ether: Contemporary Light Artists at DAI By Joyell Nevins The Dayton Art Institute (DAI) is kicking off a “Year of the Elements,” and in so doing stretches out of their own element. The new Into the Ether: Contemporary Light Artists exhibition is all 21st century art, and none of it is static. “We […]

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New math rock

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One guitarist + two guitars = Narrow/Arrow at Bob’s By Matt Clevenger It was a random YouTube video that originally led Narrow/Arrow guitarist Cody Nicolas to start experimenting with his own new playing style. “My freshman year, I watched a YouTube video of this player named Erik Mongrain,” Nicolas says. “The song is called ‘Air […]

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Hanging with the big dogs

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Ohio’s beer scene headed to higher level By Hayley Fudge As if Ohio’s massive presence in the national beer scene hasn’t been exciting enough as of late, things are set to get a lot more thrilling in the coming months. For starters, last week the Ohio House of Representatives passed House Bill 37 by a […]

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Getting back to happy

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Dayton Theatre Guild fills up for “Last Gas” By Jacqui Theobald “Last Gas” by John Cariani concerns a man who hopes to be happy, a teen son caught between his dad and his mom, and two women and a man who want him in both funny and serious moments. Director Debra Kent calls it “a […]

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Pizz-eh

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Vandalia’s Little York Tavern—Brews yes, Bites no. By Paula Johnson Little York Tavern & Pizza has a long history and a dedicated following. The building where it was originally located (Little York Road and North Dixie Drive) was constructed in 1835. The business began in that location in 1981 as a tavern serving drinks only. […]

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Listen up! & Have a cold one

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Big Brews & Blues benefits Diabetes Dayton for its seventh year By Rusty Pate The Big Brews and Blues Festival takes place May 21 at RiverScape in downtown Dayton. The event, which celebrates its seventh year in 2016, has grown and changed, but the one constant has been the reason for its inception. Big Brews […]

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Rag, mama, rag

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The Ragbirds flock to Peach’s By Miranda Brooks The Ragbirds have been at it for 10 years now, officially. The Ann Arbor-based five-piece is endearingly ragged-y, and the gaggle (or flock?) is led by a true songbird, their frontwoman, Erin Zindle. The band’s traditional, acoustic instrumentation could easily classify them singularly as folk. But the […]

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Everything (old) but the kitchen sink

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Springfield Antique Show and Flea Market’s annual Extravaganza By Emma Jarman For nearly 50 years, the Springfield Antique Show and Flea Market has been delighting shoppers with an eclectic variety of antique, vintage and handmade goods from all around the world at their annual Extravaganza event. In a truly authentic Midwest showing of spirit, the […]

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What’s in a name?

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Authentic recipes at Jimmy’s Italian Kitchen By Paula Johnson So you go to a place called Jimmy’s Italian Kitchen, and all seems kosher (or whatever the Italian equivalent of that is). The music is right out of “Big Night,” the placemats boast facts encouraging a visit to Italy, the menu highlights all the things you […]

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Huff and puff

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Energy efficiency in practice In YS straw homes By Lisa Bennett Roughly 2.6 million years ago, our ancient ancestors began building straw homes on the vast African Plains. Over time, other cultures also began using straw as a construction material in their homes. From Germany, to England, from Asia to North America and beyond, anywhere […]

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Is there real anger in ‘The Angry Birds Movie’?

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Subversive casting is the real star of new animated flick By TT Stern-Enzi Every once in a while, I start off a review with a disclosure, usually highlighting a critical blind spot of sorts that I assume might taint my perspective. And so I feel I must inform readers that, in the case of “The […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]