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Bachelor’s Pad–The Musings and Misadventures of a Single, 30-Something, Dayton Transplant

Time-Warping Through Adulthood On Charm By Jason Webber It’s 10 minutes to midnight on May 7 at the reputedly haunted Sorg Opera House in Middletown, and I am beaming from ear to ear. For I have now officially earned my stripes as a corrupter of youth. There they are — my friends Zeke and Allie […]

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Big Brews and Blues

Shake your butt and tip back a pint (for charity) By Kevin J. Gray Kick off the outdoor festival season Friday, May 20 at Carillon Park, when Diabetes Dayton hosts its second annual Big Brews and Blues. The all-draft beer tasting runs from 5 to 9 p.m. and features 30 craft beers, specialty foods, a […]

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Tiny Town Takes to the Streets

Four blocks of food, fun and arts By Lara Donnelly It’s getting to be that time of year again in Yellow Springs: the weather is heating up, the sun is coming out and the annual Yellow Springs Street Fair is coming down the pike at precipitous speed. Already, local vendors are stocking up on popular […]

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Fit for a King

Play for the day in King’s Yard By Emma Jarman Making your way in the world today takes everything you got. Taking a break from all your worries sure would help a lot. Wouldn’t you like to get away?” You could bust out your old recorded VHS tapes and go to Cheers, the bar of […]

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The wheels on the bike …

Cycling Summit rolls into Miami Valley By Emma Jarman For those of you fuming over pump prices and greenhouse gasses in the Dayton area; for anyone looking to get in shape while shopping the Miami Valley region; for you who want to help boost the economy and your metabolic rates all in the same breath, […]

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Through The Looking Glass Of American Life

One-on-one With NPR’s Ira Glass By J.T. Ryder Through his nationally syndicated NPR radio show This American Life (which airs bi-weekly on WYSO), Ira Glass has become an inspirational ideal within the journalism community: A journalist’s journalist. This American Life, whose first broadcast aired on November 17, 1995 under the name Your Radio Playhouse, is […]

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Urban nights springs forward

Celebrate the season with family, friends and fine arts By  Emma Jarman Everyone loves a block party. There’s good music, great food and all the neighbors come out to dance in the street. However, not all blocks have parties, and not all parties invite the entire block. But, if you are reading this page, you […]

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A Theme For Humor

Having a cocktail with Larry Miller By J.T. Ryder Life is the one constant of our planet and life is the deep well that comedian, writer and actor Larry Miller draws from. It is life’s glimpses into a larger truth that has made Miller’s comedy much more than fanciful routines and commonplace bits. Miller, who […]

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Miss Maha & the City

May 2011 By Maha Kashani It’s official. Miss Maha is FINALLY a resident of downtown Dayton. After six months of searching and patiently waiting, I finally found the perfect loft in the city. I have been a resident of the Dayton region for 16 years but, besides my undergraduate years at the University of Dayton, […]

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Best Bang for Your Buck

Busting the myth that the suburbs are the better option By Dayton Mayor Gary D. Leitzell As Mayor, one of my key goals is to help alter long-term misconceptions and untruths that have become generally accepted as fact. Whether it’s the falsehood that downtown Dayton is unsafe or that recycling doesn’t really save taxpayers much […]

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The art of organization

Yellow Springs Artist Studio Tour & Sale returns By Alyssa Reck Photo: Elaine Lamb of Mud Mothers Pottery will showcase […]

Waste not

The Plastic World of Mary Ellen Croteau By Shayna V. McConville Photo: Mary Ellen Croteau, “Endless Columns,” plastic bottle caps […]

On not getting by in Dayton

The long-term effects of poverty By A.J. Wagner I have been penning “Law and Disorder” for the Dayton City Paper […]

News of the weird 10/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Bionic shoes Police in Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture raided a shoe manufacturer in July and […]

Advice Goddess: 10/14

By Amy Alkon Fasten your Bible belt My boyfriend and I are spending Christmas with his family. I like them […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon Heavy meddle Is it okay to keep your income a secret from someone you’re dating? I recently […]