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In plain sight

Dayton: A human trafficking hub By: Joyell Nevins Photo Credit: William Murdock Photography   MYTH: Slavery ended with the Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation. FACT: Modern-day slavery, otherwise known as human trafficking, is still very much alive. MYTH: Women sell their bodies for sex by choice. FACT: While there are some prostitutes who do […]

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A long, strange trip

All Good Music Festival returns to Legend Valley  By Zach Rogers Photo:Freaking out in the front row at the 2012 All Good Festival; photo credit: Brian Hockensmith Photography Any kind of long-term relationship is special, but the one between the All Good Music Festival and the jam-centric fanatics who come back every year is something […]

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Passing down the sound

Cincinnati’s Young Heirlooms visit Canal Street Tavern By Justin Kreitzer Photo:Cincinnati Americana duo Young Heirlooms visit Canal Street July 21; photo credit: Shannon Williams Young Heirlooms are a folk duo from Cincinnati made up of singer/songwriters Kelly Fine and Chris Robinson, formerly of indie-pop band Walk The Moon. Their gorgeous, close-knit vocal harmonies and sophisticated country-leaning […]

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On Stage

A busy summer theater season By Jaqui Theobald Photo by: The cast of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at Epiphany Lutheran Church which runs July 18-21 [l to r] Erin Ulman, Desmond Thomas, Megan Wean (Director), Jeffrey Mack and Kandis Wean TONIGHT ONLY! Great chance to return to the theater, retrieve that urge to be […]

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The thrill remains

The 28th Annual Michelob Dayton Blues Festival  By Benjamin Smith Photo by: Longtime regional blues favorites Cincinnati Slim & the Headhunters return to headline the Dayton Blues Festival on July 21 Earl “Southside” Hayes’ love affair with the blues began with a single song. It then bloomed with a case of mistaken identity. “I went to […]

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Wading into ‘Pacific Rim’

Guillermo del Toro plays with robots and monsters on a large scale By T.T. Stern-Enzi  Photo by: The battle for Earth rages on the high seas in “Pacific Rim”; Rating: PG-13 Grade: B- There’s a lot more than meets the eye in Guillermo del Toro’s robot-monster mash-up “Pacific Rim.” We’re told from the start in voiceover […]

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The seers

No Wave legends Swans visit Newport’s Southgate  By Gary Spencer photo by: “We’re doing the best sonics I’ve ever experienced.” -Michael Gira brings Swans to Southgate House Revival on Tuesday, July 23; photo credit: Jennifer Church You know how it usually goes when a legendary band considered long dead and gone reunites, right? Initial excitement of […]

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Where we are going, we don’t need roads

Hovercraft rally in Piqua By Stacey Ritz photo by: Graham Spencer racing in Formula 35 during a Hoverclub of America rally in 2012; photo credit: Jay Frost “We are going to have racing and cruising all at the same venue. We will have a full schedule of races on the banks and waters of the Great […]

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Cultured cuisine south of town

Matera Caffé: Worldly, wood-fired flare in a low-key locale By Brandy King Photo: The Midnight Sun pizza at Matera Caffé in Franklin Just south of the Montgomery County border, one exit down from the retail and empty office space mecca of Austin Landing and cozied up right next to the classy New York, New York […]

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Drive into history

At Dayton’s Packard Museum  By: Mark Luedtke Photo: 1930 745 Brewster Convertible Sedan Photo Credit: Andrew Thompson Daytonians take it as an article of faith that Dayton was a big time car town a century ago. Everybody says so. Visitors can view an historic automobile exhibit at Carillon Park to validate this claim, but few really […]

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News of the weird: 03/03

By Chuck Shepherd The Unhoneymoon A Saratoga Springs, New York, resort has begun accepting totally defeated husbands and wives for […]

The Docket: 03/03

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Plausible deniability Officers responded to a nuisance call. […]

Advice Goddess: 3/3

By Amy Alkon The Wicked Witch of the Westin There’s a girl who works at the hotel where my co-workers […]

Chew on this: 03/03

Eating has a mind of its own By Jayne Powers How food and eating manifest themselves in our lives and […]

Homegrown harmonies

National Sing-Off Live Tour in Troy By Tara Pettit Photo: Street Corner Symphony will perform at Hobart Arena as part of The […]

Chew on this: 2/24

Be your own nutrition sleuth By Jayne Powers Photo: Composer Jake Heggie; photo: Art Clarity You may have read the […]