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Dayton says curtains to craft industry By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Only a few area breweries remain after what industry experts are calling “The Naked Chin Massacre” A report from the future: “Can Dayton sustain double digit numbers of breweries?” This was the question on everyone’s mind in 2013, when it appeared that we would have upwards […]

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Snow me the money


Downtown ski resort turns campus into local attraction By Matt Bayman Photo: “The city ended up not only paying for all of the overtime hours incurred from plowing the streets and creating Mount UD, but set aside more than $100,000 for salt to be used for future storms.” – UD student Michelle Gephardt University of […]

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… Oh yeah, and basketball, too!

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Harlem Globetrotters return to Nutter Center By Gary Spencer Photo: Harlem Globetrotter forward Alex “Moose” Weakes As much as things change in the world, it’s sometimes nice to have an old throwback that stays pretty much the same, even after the span of decades. One such entity is the world traveled and world famous Harlem […]

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Not so silent night


Santa Pub Crawl supports Toys for Tots By Josher Lumpkin Photo: The Santa Pub Crawl, a benefit for Toys for Tots, will begin at 5 p.m. at Dublin Pub on Dec. 13 When we were kids, Christmas was a magical time. It was the blood that ran through our veins and the very air we […]

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It’s the same, on purpose!


Dayton Holiday Festival kicks off the holidays for year 42 By Katie Christoff Photo: The Downtown Dayton Partnership’s Grande Tree Illumination and Children’s Parade will kick off Nov. 28 from 4-9 p.m. in Courthouse Square The day after Thanksgiving is known to many as Black Friday. But for 42 years, it’s also been known as […]

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You’re a Mass-hole!


Navigating Dayton on two wheels By Emma Jarman Photo: The next Courteous Mass ride will take place Nov. 7 beginning at 5:30 p.m.; photo: property of Courteous Mass Back in 2009, a small group of people in Dayton, spearheaded by Matt Lindsay from the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission, came together to form Courteous Mass […]

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Who ya gonna call?


My first paranormal investigation By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The ParaVizionz team sets up and explains some of their equipment to ABC 22′s Kathy Stonum and Hilary Zalla before they begin their investigation Disclaimer from the writer: I am afraid of the dark. Like, the kind of afraid where I might have peed myself a […]

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Monstrous fun

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Annual Hauntfest on 5th returns By Janell Ward Photo: Hauntfest on 5th returns to the Oregon District on Oct. 25; photo: Anthony Davis Get bewitched this year at the 29th annual Hauntfest on 5th. The Halloween festivities will be located on Fifth Street in the Oregon District from 7 p.m.-1 a.m. on Oct. 25. The […]

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The wrath of Con


Epic-Con Ohio: Geek Fest at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds By Josher Lumpkin Photo: Walter Koenig, from Star Trek was originally scheduled to make an appearance at Epic-Con Editor’s note: This story was published prior to our awareness of the cancellation of several guests expected at Epic-Con Ohio. For up-to-date information regarding the event, please refer to […]

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May we have this dance?

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South Slavic Club shares its Balkan hospitality by Tammy Newsom Photo: Bulgarika performs at the South Slavic Club; photo: Jim Rohal Eastern Europe built a wall to keep out dissidents. When the wall came down, popular entertainment let us back in. Dayton’s South Slavic Club (SSC) is made up of the countries of the former […]

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Full STEAM ahead


Dayton Regional Science Festival proves science isn’t scary By Josher Lumpkin Photo: Dayton Regional Science Festival is this weekend at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery and other locations; photo: Kristy Creel, courtesy of Boonshoft Museum Close your eyes and imagine a world where children are encouraged to learn about science, instead of being chastised for participating […]

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Hard to go home empty-handed

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Street Fair returns to Yellow Springs By Justin Kreitzer Photo: New Richmond Alpaca will return for Yellow Springs Street Fair; photo: Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce The fall festival season is in full swing with the alluring scents of cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin and crisp apple filling the air, as well as the craft fairs filling our […]

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Sweet dreams are made of these


Chocolate benefit has tails and tongues wagging By Paula Johnson Photo: The Oh, So Sweet Chocolate Benefit for The Humane Society of Greater Dayton begins at 1 p.m. on Oct. 12; photo: Jessica Garringer The sweet hereafter There are many ways to define heaven. In my version, those gates aren’t pearly, they’re made of solid […]

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Calling all adventure junkies


Midwest Outdoor Experience returns By Josher Lumpkin Photo: The DK Bike Team will provide shows throughought the Midwest Outdoor Experience; photo: Five Rivers MetroParks Calling all outdoor adventurers! This weekend at Eastwood Metropark there is an event sure to satisfy all of your cravings for outdoor competitions, gear and supplies, playtime with your favorite furry […]

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Keeping the doctor away


Apple Fest returns to Aullwood Audubon Farm By Joyell Nevins Photo: Take a wagon ride pulled by draft horses Mick and Red, at the 2014 Aullwood Audubon Farm Apple Fest; photo: Ardith Hamilton Fall is here, and brings with it the 28th Annual Apple Fest, Sept. 27-28 at Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm. To those […]

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3-dom shoots a film

Filmmaker Dominick Evans tells story of fear, oppression and love By Chelsea Davis Photo: Filmmaker Dominick Evans begins production on “Inamorata”; photo: Dominick Evans “The dream is just to direct and make films,” Dominick Evans, the director of the short film, “Inamorata,” said. “Some people are just creative and I’m that kind of person.” Evans, […]

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Oh my cod!


Something Rotten’s Bottom Brothers unseat Shakespeare Raising a toast! (Foreground L-R) Maggie Lakis, Josh Grisetti, Rob McClure, and Autumn Hurlbert. […]

A homestyle home run


The Bullpen Diner in Dot’s Market The Bullpen’s country fried steak, silver dollar potato pancakes, and eggs over easy. By […]

Don’t drink the green Kool-aid

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Forget the hype—true Irish beers are pure gold Skip the green beer, and go for the gold … or the […]

What to do in the Springs


Santa Fe Red by Sara Gray “Have You Red/Read It?” on display at The Village Artisans The Village Artisans gallery […]

Kansas resurrected


Classic Kansas Leftoverture LP live and more at Victoria Kansas (L-R) Rich Williams, Billy Greer, Zak Rizvi, Phil Ehart, Ronnie […]