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Naked Vine one-hitter

Up on the Rúfina By Mike Rosenberg Photo: Frescobaldi Nipozzano Vecchie Viti 2011 Chianti Rúfina Good ol’ Chianti. You’ve got $15 in your pocket and you’re looking for a good table wine to go with a nice dinner you’re planning – and you know you can amble through la sezione italiana and come up with a decent bottle. […]

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The closest you’ll get

John Pizzarelli does Sinatra and Cole at the Schuster By Rick Eichhorn Photo: John Pizzarelli [left] and his father, Bucky Growing up, John Pizzarelli’s father emphasized the importance of always being a consummate professional. Using sports analogies, his father would say things such as, “you always got to deliver the ball,” emphasizing it didn’t matter […]

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Swaying the court of public opinion

The ninth Annual Dayton LGBT Film Festival By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Fabio Audi as Gabriel and Ghilherme Lobo as Leonardo in “The Way He Looks”   It seems somewhat fitting this October marks a degree of anticipation as Supreme Court watchers await word as to whether the High Court will hear cases dealing with same-sex marriage. […]

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A community voice

Don Black and the Dayton Weekly News By Zach Rogers Photo: [l to r] Donerik Black and his father, Don Black in the Dayton Weekly News office Don Black is a man of many trades – businessman, entrepreneur, publisher and co-founder of the Dayton Weekly News, Dayton’s longest running African-American community newspaper – and he’s […]

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What’s a Hyrrokkin?

Yellow Springs’ Hyrrokkin at Canal Public House By Katie Christoff Photo: Brett Nagafuchi, Edward Ricart and Paul Larkowski of Hyrrokkin; photo: Edward Ricart Avant-rock trio Hyrrokkin is all about contrast. And that’s no surprise, given its members’ backgrounds. The Yellow Springs-based band, playing at Canal Public House in Dayton on Friday, Oct. 10, comes from […]

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Sweet dreams are made of these

Chocolate benefit has tails and tongues wagging By Paula Johnson Photo: The Oh, So Sweet Chocolate Benefit for The Humane Society of Greater Dayton begins at 1 p.m. on Oct. 12; photo: Jessica Garringer The sweet hereafter There are many ways to define heaven. In my version, those gates aren’t pearly, they’re made of solid […]

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Mind. Blown.

Local glass artist Doug Frates By CC Hutten Photo: Pieces from the Sedona collection by glass artist Doug Frates There’s no question glass blowing is a craft to be mastered, always changing and improving. But when it comes to customization and client satisfaction, Doug Frates is a creative expert. Frates, artist and owner of Doug […]

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Dayton Driven

Dayton Music Fest returns for year ten By Janell R. Ward Photo: Dumbell performs at the 2013 Dayton Music Fest; pictured: Paul Grace Smith and Jamy Holliday Get ready for a weekend of outrageous music overload happening Oct. 3 and 4, at the 10-year anniversary of the Dayton Music Fest! The Friday night kickoff event will […]

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All things being equal

Inside a classic Denzel Washington versus Liam Neeson box office match-up Photo: Liam Neeson in “A Walk Among the Toombstones.” This past weekend featured a tantalizing match-up of box office power punchers, with the debut of Denzel Washington’s first franchise starter “The Equalizer” against the second week of Liam Neeson’s “A Walk Among the Tombstones.” […]

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This orchestra kicks brass

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra presents music of Chicago By Pat Suarez Photo: DPO Associate Conductor Patrick Reynolds Creativity always has a parent. No matter how unique an artist might be, he or she always had an influence, some trigger that inspired the artist to find his own voice and style that evolved from its muse into […]

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Gettin’ funky with it

Amy Kollar Anderson makes vivid art full-time By Bill Franz Exactly a year after she left her job as gallery […]

Climate UPHEAVAL

ArtStreet introduces next installation in IAN series By Joyell Nevins Art is not just meant to be looked at; it’s […]

Be Well, Marsha 2/2/16

Forget me not by Marsha Bonhart In my much younger, other life, I was a model. I never graced the […]

Flying high on the ground

Troy’s WACO Museum offers classes, camps, robotics and more By Tim Walker WACO—pronounced like “taco”—was the name of the WACO […]

What we ask

By Marsha Bonhart Trying to stay healthy is a job. Do this. Don’t do that. Eat this. Don’t eat that. […]

Why sourdough is a better bread to consume

By Rocco Castellano It might seem weirdly sacrilegious, in honoring the eclectic and alternative genius of David Bowie to focus […]