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A human/animal advocate

Tim Harrison protects exotic animals and educates people by Josher Lumpkin Photo: Tim Harrison, Outreach for Animals founder   Tim Harrison is a self-described human/animal advocate. For over 40 years, he has worked with animals and people to ensure the safety and well-being of both crea-tures in a world that is in-creasingly full of threats.irteen years […]

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Seeing (and hearing) stars

Catch A Rising Star Gala showcases young talent By Erin Callahan Photo: Alpin Hong will perform in the Education Center of the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery as part of Discover Classical WDPR’s Catch A Rising Star program The three performers of Catch A Rising Star, hosted by Discover Classical WDPR, can boast professional music study, […]

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See the Falls. Trek the cave.

Miami County Park District’s Charleston Falls Preserve By Janell R. Ward Photo: Charleston Falls Preserve features a 37-foot waterfall; photo: Terry Netzley How long has it been since you’ve seen wild Geraniums, Blue Bells and Solomon Seal flowers? Charleston Falls Preserve may have what you’ve been missing. This family-friendly park offers a relaxing habitat along […]

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One in 43,252,003,274,489,856,000

Xenia’s Drew Brads takes speedcubing World Record By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Xenia local Drew Brads displays his collection of Rubiks puzzles I bet there was one in your basement in the ’80s. A six-colored, six-sided puzzle cube, deceptive in its apparent candor, charming in its manageable size. And if it was like mine, half […]

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Worth the wake-up

Fort Ancient’s annual Winter Solstice celebration By Tara Pettit Photo: Participants gather at the Fort Ancient Fall Solstice program in 2011; photo: Kristy Kreel There is a single moment that occurs each year when Earth’s maximum axial tilt to the sun is at 23 degrees and 23 feet, creating the shortest day and longest night […]

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The perfect art of chamber music

Vanguard Concerts presents clarinetist Narek Arutyunian By Rick Eichhorn Photo: Narek Arutyunian will perform at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 at the DAI; photo: Christian Steiner When talking about all the work and effort that’s gone into more than 52 years of Vanguard Concerts, George W. Houk wants to make one thing perfectly clear: “It’s been […]

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Dirty jobs

Professor John A. Long researches prehistoric sex and beyond By Gary Spencer Photo: Professor and paleontologist John A. Long on location in South Australia Have you ever wondered how the dinosaurs “did it”? Have you ever wondered what member of the animal kingdom is the best endowed? Have you ever wondered if there are any […]

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Was it really great?

Wilmington College reflects on World War I By Chelsea Davis Photo: Carlisle Columbia Law, a resident of Hamilton, was 23 years old when he left for France with the military in 1917. Items  courtesy of Greg Law, photo: Randy Sarvis “These are the powerful stories from history that help us connect to these massive, overwhelming events,” Ruth […]

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Getting the skinny

Upcoming documentary sparks debate over BMI testing By Matt Bayman Photo: [l to r] Award-winning filmmaker Mike Webber, Bailey Webber and Maddy edit film for the upcoming release; photo: Serif Cinar Most Americans agree there is an obesity problem in the United States. But whether or not children as young as kindergarten age should be subjected […]

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A Dayton original

One hundred years of the Dayton Canoe Club By Melissa Markham Photo: An early photo of three Dayton Canoe Club Members on the Miami River; photo: William Mayfield Off of Riverside Drive in Dayton, a quiet clubhouse sits inconspicuously on the bank of the Great Miami River. For the past hundred years, members of the Dayton […]

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News of the weird: 05/26

By Chuck Shepherd Is This a Great Country or What? There’s hardly a more “generic” song in America than “Happy […]

A berry good time

Annual Strawberry Festival returns By Tara Pettit Photo: The Troy Strawberry Festival [June6-7] offers strawberry-themed vendors, activities and live entertainment; […]

Advice Goddess: 5/27

By Amy Alkon Smells Like Bean Spirit My girlfriend of a year is 51 and lovely in most areas – […]

Chew on this: 05/26

Grill smart By Jayne Powers Every day, we make decisions about our health regarding the food we eat. Sometimes, we […]

News of the weird: 05/19

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Donating for dollars Already, healthy people can donate blood, sperm and eggs, but now […]

Advice Goddess: 5/19

By Amy Alkon All the single m’ladies I read your manners book and loved it. I just feel that for […]