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An empowering ‘Outlook’

Magazine gives voice to Ohio’s LGBT community By Katie Christoff Photo: [l-r] Outlook Magazine Associate Publisher Chad Frye, Managing Editor Erin McCalla, Publisher Christopher Hayes, LGBT Activist Alexis Perrone, Associate Publisher Page and Editor-in-Chief Bob Vitale; photo Gracie Umana Outlook Ohio Magazine, a niche publication serving the LGBT community in Ohio and a sponsor of […]

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Vietnamese-Americans: between two worlds

Wright State’s Mai Nguyen chronicles plight of Vietnamese-Americans By Jim Hannah Photo: Mai Nguyen, founding director of Wright State University’s Asian/Hispanic/Native American Center She left her native Vietnam in 1974 to attend college in America, narrowly escaping the bloody Communist takeover of her homeland. It would be a quarter century until Mai Nguyen would return. […]

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This is beer country

Yuengling Bands and BBQ event returns to fairgrounds By Tor Simms Photo: Ann Ring and Stacia Burlingame unpack Yuengling at the annual Yuengling Bands and BBQ event, taking place this year May 31 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds On May 31, for $5 you can dance to country music, eat barbecue from the area’s finest […]

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Better hurry!

Humane Society’s Furry Skurry returns By Lisa Bennett Photo: The annual Humane Society Furry Skurry takes place May 23 at Eastwood MetroPark Attention Dayton residents: If you think your furry sidekick is the cutest, smartest or best tail-wagger in the area, you’re in for a special surprise: the annual Furry Skurry event is back! Replete […]

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The fest for the rest

Nelsonville Music Festival returns to Hocking College By Rusty Pate Photo: Celia, Elizabeth and Leslie Rasmussen of Dayton’s Good English will perform at the Nelsonville Music Festival May 28-31 As the winds of winter slowly fade, the spring thaw means many different things. The longer days bring chirping birds and joggers back to suburban streets. Children […]

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People helping animals helping people

Noah’s Arc Sanctuary rehabilitates by Tim Walker Photo: Jacob Dabe, age 10, with Noah’s Arc co-founder Daniel Kelty; photo Stephen Kelty   Whether you’re an orphaned deer, a groundhog with seizures or a person coping with emotional diculties, Daniel Kelty, one of the founders of Noah’s Arc Sanctuary and a truly caring individual, wants to help […]

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Pets in the Park

Enjoying Five Rivers Metro Parks with your pets By Jessie Sullivan Photo: Shane Sullivan of Kettering walks Newman [left] and Slaw [right]   14 DaytonCityPaper.comMay 12-18, 2015greenFrom hiking with your dog to rid-ing your horse on the bridle trails, Five Riv-ers MetroParks has many options for en-joying nature with your four-legged family members.Riders can explore more […]

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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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Welcome to Night Vale 

Popular cult podcast, live in Cincinnati By Tim Walker  Photo: Cecil Baldwin will narrate as Cecil Palmer in a live performance of Welcome to Night Vale, May 13 at the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati; photo: Whitney Browne Actor Cecil Baldwin has found his dream job, and thousands of regular listeners around the world are infinitely […]

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The Weight of water

Beauty, irony, loss By Susan Byrnes Photo: Prudence Gill, Over, Under, Around, and Through, 2015 Compared to many Midwestern states, Ohio is fortunate to have abundant water resources. Lake Erie serves as a northern border to the state, while the Ohio River creates its southern border, and buried valley aquifers resulting from ancient glacial activity […]

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News of the weird: 06/30

By Chuck Shepherd   What Cannibals Can Teach Us Researchers studying the human-brain-eating Fore tribe of Papua New Guinea reported […]

Advice Goddess: 6/30

By Amy Alkon   Owe, Baby, Baby My girlfriend always cries that she’s “broke.” I just ended up buying her […]

The Docket: 06/30

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Amanda Dee   Man sorry for accidentally lurking nude At 6:30 […]

Chew on this: 06/30

Back-of-the-envelope nutrition By Jayne Powers   From picking quality carbohydrates to protein powders and dietary supplements, there are scores of […]

Advice Goddess: 6/23

By Amy Alkon Rise And Spine My fiancé is good friends with his ex-girlfriend from college. (We’re all in our […]

30 feet of Abe

Lincoln’s legacy lives on in Troy By John Hamilton Photo: A monumental “Modern Man” discusses the Gettysburg Address with a […]