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The puppy double helix

Experimenting with the latest pet trend: Testing doggie DNA By Nicole Wroten   Meet Rocco. Rocco is a lanky, fetch-loving mutt whose body is too big for him to control. His ears flop to the side and his tail swings hysterically, oftentimes slapping over something on the coffee table. He’ll be your friend forever if […]

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Working like a dog

A look at the importance of Miami Valley’s working animals By Tim Walker You hear it on every street corner these days – business in the Dayton area is down and the economy has really gone to the dogs. For some people, however, business in Dayton has always been about the dogs. There are a […]

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Living on the ledge

Skaters get a push from a local filmmaker By Benjamin Dale Architecture is the art of controlling where people walk. In the design of buildings, roads and bridges, function is primary while form is secondary. Most of us are content to politely stay in our lane, keep off the grass and otherwise remain within the […]

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Dance to the beat of Cityfolk

World music, food and entertainment return to Dayton for the annual Cityfolk Festival By Emma Jarman What started with a three-year nudge by the National Folk Festival to get an annual, multicultural tradition going in the City of Dayton will arrive this year as the 15th installation of the Dayton Cityfolk Festival, July 1-3. While […]

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Ask what your government can, and cannot, do for you

Clearing up misconceptions about what different levels of government provide to citizens By Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell Most people remember the movie Wall Street for the famous catchphrase, “Greed is good.” But I remember another quotable nugget from Gordon Gekko, one with a less sinister ring: “The most valuable commodity I know of is information.” […]

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Bachelor’s Pad

Piping Hot Martin Bevis celebrates his seventh decade as organist with Victoria Theatre film series By Jason Webber Martin Bevis has encountered many amazing sights and sounds during his nearly 20-year tenure as the organist for the Victoria Theatre. He still remembers the woman in the balcony who could yodel like a Swiss mountaineer during […]

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Miss Maha and the City

July 2011 By Maha Kashani Can you believe this is my first anniversary of MMATC? Wow, time flies! As I look back on the past 12 months, it has been such a neat experience digging deeper into the robust arts, culture and entertainment options that our wonderful community has to offer. I’ve loved sharing them […]

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Giving it the ol’ college try

Former UD student launches interactive college website By J.T. Ryder The transition from the safety of your old high school to college life can be quite drastic and the plethora of choices can be overwhelming. There are entire books dedicated to the process of selecting the perfect college or university for your needs and aspirations […]

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Don’t be a vegetable this summer, eat a few

Local crafters and farmers produce Troy Farmer’s Market By Emily Kaiser As the weather heats up, we can’t help but think about (and crave) the crunchiness of a summer salad, the sweet taste of fresh strawberries and bringing the coolness of homemade ice cream to our lips. What better way to enjoy the tantalizing summer […]

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Music through the trees

Outdoor Summer Music Series begins By Tim Walker The sweet sounds of music will be filling the air in Troy throughout the coming summer months. Visitors to Troy’s downtown district along with long-time residents of the city will find themselves with a little something extra to enjoy downtown on select nights during the summer. Troy […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/15

The Docket

Slash and dash Taking the overused and overdone tactic of the “dine and dash” to a whole new level… a […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 8/8

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On the run from a BB gun At a local historical park just a few days ago, a large truck was […]

Law & Disorder The Docket: 7/11

L&D

Steal anything At a local auto-parts store, a car radio was shoplifted. The thief suspiciously perused through the aisles and […]

The Docket: 7/4

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By Michelle Strauss Pissed off Just a few weeks ago, someone broke into a local residence. The trespasser-turned-burglar began his raid, […]

Law & Disorder: The Docket 6/27

A game of telephone Last week, on a particularly scorching hot afternoon, a man was driving his ex-girlfriend home. The […]