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Get a clue

DTCV has not-so-secret ties to Dayton By Tim Anderl Photo: DTCV will perform at Tree Bar in Columnus on April 2, and at MOTR Pub in Cincinnati on April 5; photo: Mike Postalakis French-American post-punk outfit DTCV (pronounced “Detective”) released their new album, Hilarious Heaven, via Xemu/Burger Records earlier this year. Though the band isn’t officially a […]

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Two farces and Hamlet in the ’70s

Just right for spring madness By Jacqui Theobald Photo: Chandler Hull as Annabella, Adam Silorey as Richard, David Widder-Varhegyi as Clown 2 and Eric Rasmussen as Clown 1 in “The 39 Steps” at Cedarville AT CEDARVILLE Think Alfred Hitchcock plot. Think fast-paced farce. Put them together in the same show. Oxymoron? “The 39 Steps,” opening Thursday, April […]

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Miss Maha and the City

Spring forward By Maha Kashani Photo: UpDayton Chair Val Beerbower speaks during the 2013 Summit Spring is officially here! I was thrilled to watch this seemingly endless winter finally melt away. Surprisingly, while we dealt with arctic conditions Ohio, the rest of the world experienced a warm spell! The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported […]

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Multiple mirages: “Mirage Men” and “Home”

Two new DVD/VOD releases confront audiences with intriguing questions By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: [l to r] Gbenga Akinnagbe as Jack and Judah Bellamy as John in “Home” Do you believe in UFOs? As a kid who grew up in the 1980s, that question ranks up there with whether or not you believe in spontaneous human combustion – […]

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“O” is for “Oak”

Wood is good By Mike Rosenberg Photo: Estancia 2011 Monterey County chardonnay Go to any winery and you’ll find oak barrels everywhere being used for fermenting wine, for storage or just for decoration. Obviously, there’s some reason, for years, wine and barrels have been united in the wine drinker’s consciousness. Why do winemakers use barrels? For […]

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Thrill me, Amadeus

Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates Mozart’s legacy By Pat Suarez Photo: Violinist and concertmaster Jessica Hung; photo: Scott Kimmins Almost a decade ago, I invited a friend to a Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra performance of Gustav Mahler’s dense and thrilling Symphony No. 6. My friend had a long history of performance of classical music with a mid-major orchestra, […]

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Drama and dreams

Dare to Defy presents ‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’ By Jacqui Theobald Photo: Bobby Mitchum and Jackie Darnell get some Legal Assistance from Mackensie Vonderbrink in “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” Even though Valentine’s Day has passed, there is a delightful “proposal friendly” musical opening soon in Dayton. A new theatre company, […]

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Sourcing close to home

Miami Valley Community Supported Agriculture By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Typical assorted produce ready for delivery. Whether you’re going full-on locavore or simply looking to add some healthful choices to your diet, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs provide a bevy of benefits, and not just to your dinner plate. “CSA programs connect local producers of food […]

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Class act

Springfield Symphony Orchestra rocks the ‘Classics’ By Gary Spencer Photo: Conductor Peter Wilson will direct the 72-piece Springfield Symphony Orchestra; photo: John Hazlett Some things stand the test of time. Some things become tried and true. Over time, such things tend to be referred to as “classics.” According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, a “classic” can be […]

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Dark, dangerous, Danish

The Foreign Resort brings New Frontiers across the Atlantic By Zach Rogers Photo: The Foreign Resort will perform at South Park Tavern on March 21; photo: Morten Ryming In Denmark, the music of New Order and The Cure rings loud and clear. From the city of Copenhagen comes The Foreign Resort, a band that mixes post-punk […]

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Venting for the voiceless

Author Justin Curtis’s Troy-inspired novel By Katie Fender Photo: “Plight of the Downtrodden,” by Justin Curtis Troy native and author […]

Art & Soul

Yellow Springs’ art fair connects art to community By Tara Pettit Photo: The Art & Soul Fair takes place from […]

Be Well, Marsha 11/17/15

The slower seasons By Marsha Bonhart I have a friend whom I adore. I don’t always understand her, but she’s […]

Three artists. Three days. One lock.

‘Locked In’ on art at Yellow Springs Arts Council By Joyell Nevins Photo: [l-r] Artists Brandon Lowery, Nathaniel Foley and […]

Ask Rocco 11/17/15

Who the hell is Tony Zale anyway? By Rocco Castellano Photo: Boxer Tony Zale knocks Rocky Graziano to the ground […]

March of the Turkeys

The Turkey Trot tradition treks on By Don Hurst Photo: The Ohio River Road Runners Club 37th Annual Turkey Trot […]