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The real “mile high” club

Cincinnati’s Flamingo Air takes the deed to new heights By Josher Lumpkin Photo: Sharon McGee, presdient of Airline Ground Schools, a division of Flamingo Air, and her husband, Captain Dave MacDonald Flamingo Air is a tiny little airline and “flightseeing” operation out of Cincinnati. Flying out of Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport, it offers short tours […]

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I got your six

Blind Bob’s sixth anniversary weekend By Josher Lumpkin Photo:Good English will play Blind Bob’s Anniversary Weekend on Aug. 29; photo: Marley Hutchinson In the six years since Blind Bob’s opened its doors, taking over the spot that for decades was occupied by the Nite Owl, thousands of bands have hit the stage. Hundreds of thousands […]

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All systems go

Man or Astro-Man? invade Taft Theatre By Gary Spencer Photo: Man or Astro-Man? will perform Sept. 3 at the Taft Theatre Going under an assumed identity is nothing new in the world of music. Many, many musicians have made a “name” for themselves under a pseudonym or moniker other than what is written on that artist’s […]

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Eva Green

The new millennial sexpot By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Eva Green as Artemisia in “300: Rise of an Empire” Eva Green was born to play a femme fatale, and not the noirish temptresses from the old black and white movies. She needs to have a moment when she can burst onto the scene in living color […]

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There’s no “undo” button

Seven things you should know about sexting By Jonathan Peters In early August, a 17-year-old boy was placed on probation for sending a pornographic cell phone video to his 15-year-old girlfriend, who had initiated the sending. The girl’s mother found the video and filed a criminal complaint against the boy, and eventually prosecutors charged him […]

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Worth the trip to Blue Ash

Toto at Summit Park By Alan Sculley Photo: Steve Lukather, Toto guitarist/singer; photo: Darek Kawka In 2008, Steve Lukather figured he had played his last show in Toto. Despite a variety of personnel changes (including four lead singers), the death in 1992 of drummer and founding member Jeff Porcaro and the frequent absence of founding […]

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Taste this!

Annual foodie festival leaves a good Taste on your palate By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Participating restaurants include Arepas & Company, Ashley’s Pastry Shop, Brio, Butter Café, Christopher’s Restaurant and Catering, Dixie Dairy Dreem, Figlio Wood Fired Pizza, Sweet P’s Handcrafted Ice Pops and Young’s Jersey Dairy Thursday, Aug. 28, at Fraze Pavilion the Kettering Moraine […]

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Out of the classroom, into the community

College fellowship winners exhibit at Dayton Art Institute By Josher Lumpkin Photo: The 2014 Yeck College Artist Fellow Exhibition is on view through Sept. 14 at the Dayton Art Institute; photo: Alexis Brown We Daytonians are fortunate to live in a city with such access to art in all of its forms. There are larger […]

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The play’s the thing

Ten rounds of a family tradition by Jacqui Theobald Photo: A morning tour of the Emerald City, before “Wicked” For some, it’s books or baseball. For others, it’s cars or cooking. The river that connects generations for our family has been a trip to New York for the first time at age 12, a tradition begun […]

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Thom, ah-ee-la and mahrah for all

Lebanese festival offers food, family and fun By Tammy Newsom Photo: Will Thomas grills Kafta and Danny Slilaty grills chicken for Shawarma sandwiches at the 2013 Lebanese Festival; photo: Jim Zaidain Are you ready for some Lebanese cheer? Then much Thom! Ah-ee-la! Mahrah! for you. Thom! Ah-ee-la! Mahrah! (which means, food!, family!, fun! in Arabic) can […]

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The Docket: 10/06

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim by Amanda Dee Ain’t nobody got time for this An officer on patrol spotted a […]

Fall for all

The ’Burg is back with Fall Fest 2015 By Zach Rogers Photo: The Miamisburg Fall Festival takes place Oct. 10 […]

The Docket 09/29

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Amanda Dee ‘Not in fact a crack whore’ At about 5:20 p.m. an officer […]

The Docket 09/22

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Amanda Dee You can’t handle the ‘truth’ The victim reached police on a grand […]

The Docket: 09/15

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim by Amanda Dee A magician never reveals his secret When taking out money from his […]

The Docket 09/08

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Love thy neighbor After his neighbor threatened him with a knife, a 42-year-old man decided […]