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The beer fest with class

Brew Ha Ha benefits Montessori School of Dayton By Sara Mastbaum There’s no question about it: Ohio versus Michigan is always a brouhaha. When the contenders are a certain pair of college football teams, only one will emerge victorious. When the contenders are 40 craft beers, it’s Brew Ha Ha, and we’re pretty sure everyone […]

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The best tick and woody cults

New year – new albums By L. Kent Wolgamott Welcome to 2014, everyone! As we set out into the void of another year, let’s take a look at a few releases that you may have missed at the end of 2013. After all, it’s never too late to catch up to great music… Cults//Static//Columbia Records  […]

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Learning and serving with nature

Super-powered volunteer opportunities By Kristen Wicker Photo: Volunteers working during a native plant primer class offered by Five Rivers MetroParks   Carrying five-gallon buckets of water to nourish tree seedlings isn’t too much to ask of volunteer Marketa Anderson – even if it means displacing a rib in the process. “That was one of the times […]

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A new identity

Amy Kollar Anderson Identification exhibit at University of Dayton By CC Hutten Photo: The making of the installation portion of Identification by Amy Kollar Anderson, on display at University of Dayton’s ArtStreet Studio D Gallery through Feb. 10   Amy Kollar Anderson is known for her colorful, narrative paintings. On Monday, Jan. 13, however, she is […]

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Riding the wave of the future!

Internet and alternative radio broadcasts to Dayton and the world  By Zach Rogers   Photo: Mike Clare/mikecimages Chances are, if you’re someone who still listens to the radio your options have never been better. In the past ten to 20 years there’s been a gigantic surge in radio, one that’s seen a lot of changes […]

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These are the days

Motel Beds celebrate LP release at Yellow Cab By Gary Spencer Photo: The Motel Beds will celebrate their album release at the “Old” Yellow Cab Building on Jan. 18; photo: Bill Franz There are a lot of good – if not great – bands making remarkable music. However, what sets a good band apart from the […]

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Mama Meryl devours her own in ‘August: Osage County’

Midwestern family drama takes dysfunction to surreal heights  By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: [l to r] Meryl Streep and Juliette Lewis in “August: Osage County”; Rating: R Grade: B+ Once again, playwright Tracy Letts (“Killer Joe” in conjunction with director William Friedkin and the resurgent Matthew McConaughey as the titular killer subject) adapts his own award-winning […]

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Winter is coming

Nashville’s The Winter Sounds return to the Trolley Stop By Rusty Pate Photo: Nashville indie quintet The Winter Sounds return to perform at The Trolley Stop on Jan. 18 The Winter Sounds have now spent the better part of a decade traveling all over the country, carrying their unique blend of pop-heavy hooks to the far […]

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Robot Planet rising

‘Intergalactic Nemesis, Book Two’ at Victoria Theatre  By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin   Photo: [l to r] David Higgins and Danu Uribe in “Intergalactic Nemesis, Book Two: Robot Planet Rising”; photo: Alexis Buatti-Ramos, courtesy of The New Victory Theater They’re back …  In the second installment of the much lauded live-action graphic novel “The Intergalactic Nemesis,” Molly, Timmy […]

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Let’s start at the very beginning …

‘The Sound of Music’ lives on … and you can sing along! By Brian P. Sharp  Photo: “Sing-a-long-a-Sound of Music” at Kuss Auditorium on Jan. 25 is part of a worldwide phenomenon where attendees dress in costume Certainly there has been a lot of discussion about “The Sound of Music” lately with the NBC production that […]

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Chew on this: 04/14

Banishing the blues with blueberries By Jayne Powers A change of seasons often signals a change in what we eat. Springtime […]

The Docket: 04/14

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim A mirror misunderstanding Officers responded to a theft report in a grocery store parking lot. […]

Liberation literature

Yellow Springs author Virginia Hamilton leaves lasting impact By Erin Callahan Photo: Author Virginia Hamilton and her husband, poet Arnold […]

Advice Goddess: 4/14

By Amy Alkon Flee circus My mom left when I was young, and my former husband left me, too. Maybe […]

News of the weird: 04/14

By Chuck Shepherd Wait, what? An unarmed man, suspected of no crime, who three years ago was shot 16 times […]

Art meets Ag at Antioch College

AgriCULTURE exhibit at Herndon Gallery By Lisa Bennett Photo: Jeff Schmuki, Homestead III; photo: Dennie Eagleson What do agriculture and […]