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Kisstory alive in Dayton


Licking it up with Paul Stanley By Mike Ritchie Photo: (l-r) Gene Simmons, Tommy Thayer, Paul Stanley, and (above) Eric Singer erupt Aug. 22 at the Nutter Center photo courtesy of PMK-BNC Entertainment Dayton, it’s going to be a long nite. One of the world’s hottest bands returns to the Nutter Center Monday, Aug. 22, on the […]

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I’m a lumberjack, baby


Clifton Gorge Music and Arts Festival By Lisa Bennett Photo: Carvaholic’s Pete Conley of Springfield crafts for the Clifton Gorge Music and Arts Festival photo courtesy of Sue Chasnov   Millions of years ago, gargantuan glaciers bullied their way into the Miami Valley, ripping up bedrock and moving along megalithic boulders like they were child’s marbles. Mammoth […]

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Dawg days


Dawg Yawp howls at Blind Bob’s By Matt Clevenger Photo: Rob Keenan (left) and Tyler Randall (right) jam at Blind Bob’s Aug. 20; photo: Michael Wilson   Part folk, part rock, and part techno, Dawg Yawp will bring one of Cincinnati’s most unique and critically acclaimed live shows to Blind Bob’s Aug. 20. Named Cincinnati radio […]

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Adults on the block


Dayton Urban Ballroomers’ Party in the Park By Tim Smith Photo: R&B singer Carmichael Musiclover beckons to Brian and Monica Sanders at Party in the Park; photo: Kenny Wilkinson In this season of festivals, block parties, and neighborhood barbecues, one event is sure to stand out. The Dayton Urban Ballroom Group (aka Dayton Urban Ballroomers) is […]

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One motley crue


Dead Daisies super group pushes up in Dayton By Mike Ritchie Photo: (l-r) John Corabi, Brian Tichy, Doug Aldrich, Marco Mendoza, and David Lowy of Dead Daisies bud Aug. 22 photo courtesy of The Dead Daisies   The Dead Daisies began as a way to wave the free spirited, road tested, and true rock and roll flag […]

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Monarchs on the menu?


Amazing Butterflies at Boonshoft By Lisa Bennett Photo: Children can catch a ride on a Monarch at Boonshoft Museum of Discovery through Aug. 20 There is a tremendous resource available to many of us, and it’s in our own backyards. The Boonshoft Museum in Dayton is hosting an exhibit they hope will help children and adults […]

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POWA! to the people


Photographing Older Women Artists By Karen Ander Francis Photo: Jafagirl Dianne Collinson identifies as a ‘builder’; photo: Nancy Mellon Yellow Springs has always been, well, eccentric and edgy, artsy, and activist. Rooted in the mid-19th century when Horace Mann, education reformer and abolitionist, became the first president of Antioch College, these qualities remain alive and lively […]

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When pigs fly


Bacon Fest returns to Fraze By Tim Walker Photo: Bacon in all forms blesses Fraze Pavilion Aug. 21, but the blessing is limited; photo courtesy of Schlegel Creative Of all the many things on this earth that make our lives worth living—friends, family, art, travel, music, the Dayton City Paper—one thing, above all, has the power […]

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Royalty in the streets


All hail the chefs at Versailles FareFest By Paula Johnson Photo: Chef David Glynn offers up Dayton Country Club cuisine at Versailles FareFest; photo: Tom Donnelly Walking the block to my car after meeting with Michael Anthony’s sommelier and front of the house powerhouse Telisa Delligatta was like taking a stroll with the queen. Every car […]

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Black and white and seen all over


The Black and White Show at Village Artisans Gallery By Joyell Nevins Photo: Village Artisan Sue Brezine shows some of the works from The Black and White Show running through Aug. 31; photo: Kristen Shroyer What’s black and white and read all over? It could be this newspaper, or it could be the latest exhibition at […]

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Trying not to go under come ‘Hell or High Water’

(Left to right) Ben Foster and Chris Pine in HELL OR HIGH WATER. [Via MerlinFTP Drop]

A timely thriller with real human and political stakes By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Ben Foster as Tanner Howard and Chris Pine as Toby Howard in ‘Hell or High Water’  Rating: R; Grade: A Taylor Sheridan scratched his way through the film industry as an actor with roles in host of television shows like NYPD Blue and […]

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Art on the Commons Returns


Sharing, experiencing fine art outdoors at Fraze By Katie Fender Photo: ‘North and Halsted II’ by Ashley Sullivan Some events have something for everyone, but not all of them are free and founded on the cause of fine art. Rosewood Arts Centre and the Kettering Arts Council present the 28th annual Art on the Commons from 11 […]

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Ain’t no mountain…

Monika Kaleps rides through MetroParks Mountain Biking Area (MoMBA), the area’s first fully sustainable mountain biking trail system; photo courtesy of Five Rivers MetroParks

One woman bikes over injury and fear By Kristen Wicker “MoMBA is always the same trail, but never the same ride.” Monika Kaleps knows what she’s talking about—she drives an hour from her home in the Columbus area to bike MoMBA, the MetroParks Mountain Biking Area, at least a few times each week, even in […]

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Beer drinker, hell raiser

(l-r) Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, and Frank Beard grace Dayton Aug. 16
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Billy Gibbons and ZZ Top bear(d) the blues at Rose By Matt Clevenger Things couldn’t be better for ZZ Top, with their first full-length live album set for release this fall and a tour kicking off at Rose Music Center in Huber Heights Tuesday, Aug. 16. Known for blues and Latin-infused rock mega-hits like “Cheap […]

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Fly like the Wright brothers

WBF pilots Rich Stepler and Don Stroud tested Wright "B" Flyer No. 001 and made a photo flight at Stinson Airport in San Antonio, TX in preparation for tomorrow's Military Flight Centennial.

Experience aviation history at Wright B Flyer Museum By Mark Luedtke Six years after inventing powered flight in 1903, the Wright brothers established the Wright Company in Dayton, then produced the first practical airplane in 1910: the Wright B Flyer. That airplane might have been relegated to dusty books, if not for the efforts of […]

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Multi-level philosophy sales

By Ben Tomkins Car dealerships may be able to stop Tesla from selling directly to consumers in the short-term, but they will almost without question fail in the long-term. I would go so far as to say that if Tesla has already done enough research to invest in building dealerships, showrooms, or whatever the hell […]

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The St. Vincent de Paul relief mission continues


  Gateway Shelter for Women and Families on W. Apple St is ready to help 24-hours a day.  By Tim […]

Mulling the merits of Merit Grill


Wide variety compromised by some puzzling choices The Merit Grill’s Carne Asada substituted sirloin for skirt steak, but the salsa, […]

Bread Baking Demystified

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The secrets to a delicious loaf of bread are in the details The process of properly kneading bread dough includes […]

It’s happening in Troy


Jazz vocalist Vanessa Rubin Music at The Troy-Hayner Center The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is welcoming the arrival of spring with […]

A tradition of storytelling

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Shannon McNally at Newport’s Southgate House Revival Singer-songwriter Shannon McNally By Dave Gil de Rubio Songwriting has always had a […]