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Mangled & altered

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Meet the Artist: Teri Schoch By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Teri Schoch, View of East Second Street, 2015; wood, corroded steel, graffiti, aluminum alloy I only met Teri Schoch a few weeks ago but I knew from the moment I saw her rusted, crushed and mangled assemblages, she would be someone I would completely dig. Her […]

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The rainbow connection?

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A Thousand Invisible Threads: Mapping the Rhizome at Herndon Gallery By Joyell Nevins Photo: Toby Millman, Access and Closure Over a century ago, Scottish-American naturalist John Muir saw a connection in our universe. “When we try to pick out anything by itself,” he said, “we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.” His […]

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A Natural Fit

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Local artist/muscician Michael Bashaw joins UD’s sustainability experiment By Arnecia Patterson Photo: Paul Noah In the eco-arts movement artists often use the environment as a springboard for art making and problem solving and turn to nature for materials, inspiration and solutions. Our natural environment frames a range of art-making practices that give us art, both ephemeral […]

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A gem in the rock

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Dayton immortalized in song By Tim Anderl Photo: JT Woodruff, Ghost Coastal The best songs are ones that hit home and leave their mark on the human psyche. They capture what it is like to live, love, face chaos, change, discover our humanity or mortality and uncover epiphanies amidst the noise of daily life. Sometimes […]

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‘The Martian’ keeps hope alive miles from home

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Ridley Scott uses science as a lifeline in the service of inspiring fiction By T.T. Stern-Enzi Photo: Matt Damon as Mark Watney in “The Martian”; Rating: PG-13 Grade: A Watching Ridley Scott’s new film, “The Martian,” I found my thoughts straying, oddly enough, to the late great Yogi Berra and one of his treasured witticisms—“it’s […]

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Bar association

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Ohio Beer Counsel: Legal services for breweries By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Kevin Connell and Adam Armstrong of the Ohio Beer Counsel pose for a picture at AleFest 2015 As the Miami Valley’s craft beer scene continues to expand, ancillary businesses arise to support the industry. One such example is the Ohio Beer Counsel, a […]

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Big beers, bigger benefits

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Big Beers and Barley Wines: a treat for geeks By Hayley Fudge Photo: Big Beers and Barley Wines takes place Oct. 3 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds; photo: Jim Witmer Those Daytonians seeking out the hard-to-find, heavy and funky beers are in for a treat. The Miami Valley beer geeks’ version of trick-or-treat comes in […]

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MOX rocks

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Midwest Outdoor Experience gets meaner, greener By Josher Lumpkin Photo: Midwest Outdoor Experience features a number of available activities including kayaking. MOX takes place Oct. 2 and 3 at Eastwood MetroPark This weekend, one of Dayton’s most anticipated annual events will take place, ushering all of us outdoor enthusiasts into the fall season. I’m talking about […]

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Can’t stand losing you

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New doc on The Police tells Andy Summers’s version By Alan Sculley Photo: Andy Summers and Sting warm up in their dressing room; photo: Watal Asanuma The title of the new documentary on The Police by the band’s guitarist, Andy Summers, captures his perspective perfectly. The film is called “Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The […]

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The Bee Gees are back

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DPO and Stayin’ Alive anchor dazzling Bee Gees tribute By Patrick Suarez Photo: The Dayton Philharmonic and Stayin’ Alive present One Night of the Bee Gees on Oct. 3 at the Schuster Center Some people have a knack for recognizing potential. Brian Epstein, the troubled manager of the Beatles, had that knack. In early 1967, […]

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Jams for all

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GemFest takes a swing at gender bullying By Mike Ritchie Photo: A Shade of Red will perform at GemFest on Oct. 3; photo: Mike Ritchie Just be you. That’s the theme of the all-day GemFest event sponsored by GLSEN Greater Dayton. The Dayton chapter of the Gay, Lesbian, Straight, Education Network has dedicated the event […]

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Dee-lightful

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The Mel-O-Dee Drive In: New Carlisle’s famous family dining By Paula Johnson Photo: The broasted combination platter at Mel-O-Dee drive in There are places that have a place in our hearts simply because they’re institutions. Going there forever since you were a little kid kind of places, where the associations with home, family and comfort […]

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Take the Shush out of the shelves

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Dayton Metro Library’s Innovative Check out the Arts program By Rusty Pate Photo: Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) principal dancer Qarrianne Blayr will perform with DCDC as part of the Check Out the Arts program; photo: Indigo Life Media, Kameron Davis The arts have always been an integral part of society and civilization. From the earliest drawings […]

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It’s bock!

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DAI’s Oktoberfest bigger and more local By Tara Pettit Photo: Oktoberfest at the Dayton Art Institute, 1972 Dayton’s annual Oktoberfest has, since its inception in 1972, offered one weekend out of the year for Dayton to “taste the world” by bringing to the event an array of international craft beer and food offerings for the […]

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Let’s meat up

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From grain to grill: everything you need to know By Paula Johnson Photo: Julia Garner as “Sage” and Lily Tomlin as Elle Reid in “Grandma” Cue the strains of Aaron Copland and hear the sizzle and pop of fat rendering in a volcanically hot skillet. Beef. Nothing smells as appetizing cooking, and tastes quite as […]

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Gently down the stream

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Dayton becomes Olympic rowing pick By Katrina Eresman  Photo: Rowers from the Greater Dayton Rowing Association carry their shell in after a race at the Midwest Championships 2014; photo: Joleen Cook Saturday morning, my alarm goes off at 6:30. I pull myself out of bed, and drive 30 minutes to East River Road. I arrive […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/19

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Major key Last weekend a local couple was watching TV in their living room, having a relaxing evening, when suddenly […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/12

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Jesus take the wheel A local couple recently decided to visit their church on a particularly warm and muggy Sunday […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 9/5

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Flightless In a local park, police were dispatched to the crime scene. A woman called the police when she realized […]

The Docket: 8/29

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Stolen in a nanosecond Just last week a woman visited her local sheriff’s office to place a tip on a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/22

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Totally secure knot …not In a local home a garage door was broken into. This garage door was perfectly secured […]