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What’s in the box?

Connecting consumers to Community Supported Agriculture at 2nd Street Market By Lisa Bennett If you’re looking for some farm-fresh groceries and a little good old-fashioned fun, you may want to treat yourself to a visit to the CSA fair. This year, local farmers will roll up their sleeves and cook up delectable dishes for fair-goers […]

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Booze and body mods

Science of tattoos, taboos and more at Boonshoft By Lauren Adams Wine? Check. Hors d’oeuvres? Check. Tattooing and makeovers in a science museum while drinking wine and eating hors d’oeuvres? Check. On Feb. 27 the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery will deliver it all with the Eureka!: Sip, Savor, Science event. The experience will give guests […]

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The tavern life

History survives at Troy’s Overfield Tavern Museum By Tim Smith There are many places to experience the history of the Miami Valley, but for one of the more unique examples, travel a few miles north to Troy. The Overfield Tavern Museum is an overlooked gem. Built in 1808, it was once the center of activity […]

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Pot calls the kettle prehistoric

A glimpse of the past through Fort Ancient Ceramics at Sunwatch By Tim Smith Photo: Jill Krieg-Accrocco presents “Fort Ancient Ceramics in the Great Miami River Valley” on Feb. 20 at SunWatch Indian Village; photo: Tracy Malott The Miami Valley contains many hidden treasures that offer a glimpse of long-ago civilizations. It takes a history […]

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The right to offend

Rodney Carrington’s “Here Comes the Truth” at Victoria By Don Hurst Photo: Rodney Carrington performs on Feb. 19 at the Victoria Theatre; photo: Laura Goldstein “You have offended about everyone on the planet. When people leave your show they have to go home and scrub their whole skin down with a wire brush and go […]

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2016 Adventure Summit at Wright State

Paralympic medalist Amy Purdy speaks on adversity Kristen Wicker If you love the outdoors, there’s an indoor event this week you can’t miss. Seriously. The Adventure Summit, held Feb. 12-13 at the Wright State University Student Union, provides inspiration and information for planning your next epic outdoor journey, whether that be a thru-hike on the […]

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Cross my heart and hope to Dye

Jeff Dye at Dayton Funny Bone By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin You know that one friend you have who’s always good for a story? It doesn’t even have to be about anything extraordinary, they just have a really engaging way of telling you about daily minutia. If you’re lucky, that friend is something like Jeff Dye, […]

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Savor and sip

Culinary delights, craft beer harmonize at AleFeast By Hayley Fudge English cheddar. Fried Chicken. Pork belly. Pot roast crostini. Four cheese grilled cheese. Bavarian soft pretzels. Dark chocolate sea salt caramels. Barrel-aged stout. Belgian quad. Gueuze. Scotch ale. Imperial IPA. Gose. Doppelbock. Do I have your attention yet? Thought so. That’s just a snippet of […]

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Year of the Monkey

Lunar New Year explained By Joyell Nevins In America, a new year is often celebrated with a big party, some resolutions and kisses, and then by Jan. 2 we’re back to work or school. However, in Asian cultures, the Lunar New Year is often a weeklong holiday and huge celebration, with a plethora of ways […]

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Beerducation

Dayton Brew Ha-Ha raises money for Montessori School By Hayley Fudge If drinking in a school gymnasium has ever appealed to you, the upcoming Dayton Brew Ha-Ha may just be your kind of event. The largest fundraiser for the Montessori School of Dayton (MSD), held annually since 2011, celebrates regional beer offerings in an approachable […]

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Strings attached

Leesa Haapapuro teaches, creates in Dayton By Bill Franz Leesa Haapapuro’s studio is in the busiest and most colorful art […]

Time to do-tu-it

Dutoit Gallery offers member artists showcase space By Joyell Nevins When Adjunct Art Professor Colleen Kelsey approached colleague Glen Cebulash […]

Vitality Check: 5/3/16

Harmful if swallowed By Rocco Castellano Every now and then I get a wild hair up my ass to go […]

On Your Marc: 5/3/16

Field of dreams a real treat By Marc Katz Of course I’ve visited Field of Dreams. Are you nuts?! Dayton […]

Vitality Check: 4/26/16

Heeeeeere’s Rocco! By Rocco Castellano What’s up b–ches? I’m back! I know all of you were wondering where I went […]

More than a building

Troy walking history tours offer a deeper look By Don Hurst On Friday April 29, Downtown Troy’s past will come […]