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The Italian heavy hitter

The wines of Sagrantino di Montefalco By Mike Rosenberg Photo: Montefalco, Umbria, Italy – surrounded by Sagrantino di Montefalco vineyards Last year, I did a story on 20 Mondi, a project by graphic designer and journalist Michael Loos in which he visited all twenty Italian wine growing regions, focusing on autochthonal grapes. “Autochthonal” is the term […]

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The virtue of ‘The Patience Stone’

The mythic and the modern collide in this Middle Eastern tale By T.T. Stern-Enzi  Photo: [l to r] Golshifteh Farahani and Hamid Djavadan struggle with identity in “The Patience Stone”; Rating: R Grade: A- The mythology of America lacks a spiritual or metaphysical component, separate and distinct from religion. America is a country of immigrants, each […]

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Ffunny expectations

Unknown Mortal Orchestra turn on and tune in Columbus By Zach Rogers Photo: Neo-psych band Unknown Mortal Orchestra will perform at Ace of Cups in Columbus on Oct. 18; photo: Neil Krug The past two years have been nothing short of a whirlwind experience for Ruban Nielson and his band Unknown Mortal Orchestra. After a relentless […]

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The sound of the sounds of Simon & Garfunkel

Dayton Philharmonic highlights New York’s favorite sons By Leo DeLuca  Photo: [l to r] Jonathan Beedle and A.J. Swearingen present the music of Simon & Garfunkel with the DPO on Oct. 11 and 12; photo credit: Chelsea Beedle The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance (DPAA) and Schuster Center present “The Sounds of Simon & Garfunkel” Friday, Oct. 11 and […]

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Kill on command

Jungle Rot brings its Terror Regime to Blind Bob’s By Gary Spencer   Photo: Death metal outfit Jungle Rot will perform at Blind Bob’s on Oct. 10 Death metal is a subgenre of music that has withstood the tests of time. It seems no matter what trends in metal come and go (black metal, deathcore, etc.), […]

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Artisanal culture

Street Fair exemplifies natural uniqueness of Yellow Springs By C.C. Hutten  Photo: Enjoying dancing with musicians performing along the route of the Yellow Springs Street Fair, which takes place this Saturday, Oct. 12 On Saturday, Oct. 12, the Yellow Springs Street Fair will cause a town of 3,000 people to grow to a town of 30,000. […]

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Beetle-mania rages on

New insect invaders pose threat to Ohio forests By Amy Forsthoefel Photo: The Asian longhorned beetle is threatening tree populations throughout the Miami Valley Remember the invasive species firestorm that swept through the region just a couple years ago with the emerald ash borer invasion? For many Dayton-area residents, it was the first time they ever […]

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A message of inclusion

Welcome to the Eighth Annual Dayton LGBT Film Festival By T.T. Stern-Enzi   Photo: [l to r] Michael J. Willett and Sasha Pieterse star in “G.B.F.,” which will be featured at the Dayton LGBT Film Festival at The Neon Oct. 11-13  After eight years, the Dayton LGBT Film Festival has moved beyond the fevered and […]

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We’re all in this together

Paula Poundstone to perform at Victoria Theatre  By: Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin   Photo: “I’m really happy to have John McCain pulling the curtain back on Internet addiction.” Paula Poundstone will perform at the Victoria Theatre on Oct. 11; photo: Michael Schwartz If I were a betting woman, I’d put money on odds that Paula Poundstone has […]

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‘At least we aren’t eating each other’

Lewis Black serves comedic truth at Taft Theatre  By Benjamin Smith  Photo: “I will be talking about legalizing pot, the fact that ignorance can no longer be rewarded and that science is a real thing.” Lewis Black will be at the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati on Oct. 5 Comedian Lewis Black needs no introduction. If you are […]

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Advice Goddess: 4/21

By Amy Alkon Malice in Wonderland My boyfriend has a crazy ex-wife who can’t let go. She is the meanest, […]

News of the weird: 04/21

By Chuck Shepherd Government in action The predawn line in March actually started forming at midnight, snaking around the building […]

The Docket: 04/21

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Who? What? Me? Officers responded to a report […]

The man in the tall black hat

Troy-Hayner remembers Lincoln this month By Tim Walker Photo: Seward Johnson’s “Return Visit” sculpture will be unveiled on May 3; […]

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. […]