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In character


The staff of Carillon Park puts the ‘story’ in history By Katrina Eresman Photo: Merry Masterson, Assistant Director of Education at Carillon Park, prepares for a Tavern Dinner in costume; photo: Dayton History In 1796, a group of settlers known as the Thompson Party found themselves on a journey up the Great Miami River, landing […]

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Spooky in Springfield


SSO’s first-ever Fright Lights concert By Tim Smith Photo: Peter Stafford Wilson conducts the Springfield Symphony Orchestra during their Halloween-themed Fright Lights prgoram on Saturday, Oct. 31; photo: Bob Bingenheimer Ghosts, goblins, thrills and chills will be served up during the Springfield Symphony Orchestra’s first Nightlights 1—Fright Lights concert Oct. 31. The program of all […]

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Gently down the stream


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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Toot your flute


Annual SunWatch Flute and Art Festival returns By Katie Christoff Photo: The Native Flute and Art Festival, held at SunWatch on Aug. 16, also features booths, vendors and food for visitors to experience Dayton, Ohio is known for many things. It’s a cultural epicenter filled with great music, great beer, great arts and great people. […]

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Welcome to the barony


Society for Creative Anachronism is more than LARPing By Tammy Newsom Photo: The Society for Creative Anachronism partakes in activities including armored combat, fencing and archery as well as embroidery, weaving and dyeing In Civil War and World War II reenactments, each costumed actor recreates famous battles. In an Adrian Empire reenactment, players can dress […]

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Asking tough questions


SunWatch Native American exhibit goes beyond the mascot By Emma Jarman Photo: Wright State University public history graduate students Mitchell Dorsten and Fayelee Conley prepare a component of the More Than a Mascot exhibit at SunWatch Indian Village SunWatch Indian Village—a reconstructed Fort Ancient Native American village and museum next to the Great Miami River—presents […]

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A human/animal advocate

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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

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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.

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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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The Docket: 8/30

Regional police blotters, reported and interpretedby By Ehron Ostendorf Feeding for two The owner of a store said a woman […]

Debate Forum: 8/23


For rent Can Ohio’s national park be “leased” for drilling? By Sarah Sidlow Quick quiz: name the only national forest […]

On The Beat: 8/23

Roadside fruit stands, where art thou? By Jim Bucher Think the older you get, the more nostalgic. Guess it’s all […]

On Your Marc: 8/23

No character like McVie By Marc Katz I know, there were iconic entertainment groups that played early in their careers […]

Debate Forum: 8/16/16


For the love of the game Olympic athletes have big dreams, but empty wallets—Should the government step in? By Sarah […]