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What you need to know about this year’s Taste of Miami Valley By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Don Heyne [far right] with Ritter’s Frozen Custard of Kettering will be one of the participating restaurants at Taste of Miami Valley on Sept. 20  It’s year eight of the Miami Valley Restaurant Association’s Taste of Miami Valley food festival, […]

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Celebrate your city at Urban Nights!


From dancing in the street to paint boxing, there’s something for everyone By C.C. Hutten Photo: Talk a walk on the creative side at CADC  during Urban Nights on Friday, Sept. 20; photos courtesy Downtown Dayton Partnership As the seasons change, the city of Dayton changes. Every fall and spring the Downtown Dayton Partnership showcases the […]

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Kicking and screaming


The Dayton World Soccer Games are on!  By Sarah Sidlow   Photo: The 2012 World Soccer Games Champions Saudi Arabia [foreground] and the runners-up, Rwanda [background; photo: Lamonte Hall It’s been said that Americans don’t know much about football. The “real” football, mind you. Not the one with the oblong pigskin, the helmets, the cheerleaders. The […]

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Eye on the prize

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Yellow Springs’ Cyclops Fest brings DIY culture for third year By Justin Kreitzer  Photo: Dayton DJ favorites Scratchmatik will perform at Yellow Springs’ DIY showcase, the third annual Cyclops Festival; photo: Jordan Link Photography The annual fall festival season is upon us and it seems like every town, village and ‘burg has their own festival celebrating […]

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Music, magic and mayhem


Cap’n Johnny’s Whiz Bang brings the burlesque  By Benjamin Smith   Photo: [l to r] See Sunny Wonderland and Cap’n Johnny Business during the Cap’n Johnny’s Whiz Bang at Gilly’s on Sept. 13; photo: Jennifer Taylor Clarke Let’s face it: we’re all jaded. Hardly anything surprises us, entertains us. The present can be dull, maybe even […]

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Go Greek!


Taste the tradition at the Dayton Greek Festival By Sarah Sidlow   Photo: Evzone dancers will perform at the Dayton Greek Festival Sept. 6-8; [l to r]: Dean Margioras, Evan Bambakidis, Stephen Ziehler, Pete Alimonos and Alex Revelos Seven hundred pounds of feta cheese, 1,600 pounds of fresh tomatoes, 15,000 handmade spinach and cheese pies, and […]

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Yoga on the water


Aqua yoga and paddleboard yoga in Dayton By: Stacey Ritz  Photo: Paddle board yoga instructor Amy Anslinger demonstrating her technique; photo: Bill Franz “There is a woman who came to me and said that she would not be able to move if she did not continue to come to my class. She stated that her range […]

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True or false?


Debunking downtown Dayton myths By Jacqui Theobald   Photo: Dancing to the big band sounds of the Hal Harris Orchestra performing at the Fiver Rivers MetroParks RiverScape pavilion; photo: Bill Franz “Do you still like living downtown?” People continue to ask, even after 10 years. Actually we love living in downtown Dayton. For us, and many […]

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Miss Maha and the City

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Best bets for living in downtown Dayton By Maha Kashani Photo: View from Sixth Street Lofts When I tell local suburbanites that I live in downtown Dayton, I usually get a standard response. It’s a slightly puzzled face or, “Really? Downtown Dayton?” Yes, really. I live in downtown Dayton, and I love it! After a short […]

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Looking back home to Africa


Fifth Annual Dayton African American Cultural Festival By Janyce Denise Glasper Photo: “We’re looking all the way back to Africa” -Mama Nozipo; Dayton African American Cultural Festival takes place Aug. 23-25 Originally beginning in 1968 as one of Ohio’s first major black celebrations, the Dayton African American Cultural Festival integrates traditional music, interpretive dance, rich folklore […]

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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 […]