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Big Brews and Blues craft-draugh charityfest at Carillon Park By Justin Kreitzer Photo: Big Brews and Blues begins at 5 p.m. May 16 at Carillon Park; photo: Sarah Browning It’s not really a secret blues music and an ice cold brew make the perfect pair. The Big Brews And Blues fundraising event, benefiting Diabetes Dayton, has […]

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Dayton’s biggest open house

Urban Nights returns to downtown By Stacey Ritz Photo: Urban Nights takes place from 5-10 p.m. on May 9; photo: Josh Mayes “Urban Nights is one of the best nights to be downtown,” Mike Colvin, director of communications and marketing for the Downtown Dayton Partnership (DDP) said. “It’s a free event that showcases downtown’s dining, nightlife, […]

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A shade greener

Garden Station’s second annual EarthFest By Gary Spencer Photo: The Guinness World Record-setting Great Cloth Diaper Change will take place at 11 a.m. at Garden Station, and around the world With the modern world caught up in technology and human beings rarely interacting face-to-face, it can sometimes be a good thing for us to all be […]

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From the Mayor’s Desk

Dayton delivers and you can, too By Nan Whaley Photo: Mayor Whaley addresses the Dayton Chapter of the International Public Management Association I am pleased to offer two pieces of exciting information to Dayton City Paper readers this month. First, I am excited to announce the launch of City of Dayton’s new mobile application, Dayton Delivers. […]

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What’s great in Dayton?

UpDayton’s 2014 Summit By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The 2014 UpDayton Summit begins at 2 p.m. on April 11; photo: Amanda Barbosa UpDayton was conceived in 2007 as an initiative of the DaytonCREATE project, with a goal to encourage economic growth in the Miami Valley by attracting and retaining young professionals. The annual UpDayton Summit gives […]

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A trip back in time

Carillon Park’s 1830s-style tavern dinners By Joyell Nevins Photo: Brandi Picek [left] and Andrea Green [right] prepare food for Carillon Park’s 1830s-style tavern dinners; photo: Dayton history How would you like to experience history where Dayton history began? The Newcom Tavern, the oldest standing building in Dayton, is now the gathering place for Carillon Park’s tri-annual Tavern […]

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El idioma

By Sarah Sidlow Photo: El Puente, spanish for “the bridge” is a Dayton program aimed at helping Latino children learn English Dayton City Paper’s exploration ofthe  Dayton area’s ethnic communities continues this week with the Latino community, with a focus on El Puente – an English-language volunteer program aimed at providing Spanish-speaking youth the language tools […]

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Education meets improvisation

Beavercreek’s unique weekend of jazz returns By Benjamin Smith Photo: Spyro Gyra; Photo: Brian Friedman/B-Freed Photography Fact: the three toughest things on the planet are diamonds, silicon carbide and jazz. Obviously that’s an exaggeration, but even distortions reflect some truth. Jazz is challenging to learn, challenging to play and occasionally challenging to enjoy or even comprehend. […]

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Fight for the history books

KnockOut Dayton showcases local volunteer boxers for good cause By Gary Spencer Photo: Dayton History presents the KnockOut Dayton boxing exhibition on March 1 at Memorial Hall; photo: Tom Greene Photography Elton John once sang “Saturday night’s alright for fightin,’” and this Saturday is going to be more than an alright time if amateur boxing is […]

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From the mayor’s desk

Strategies for building a stronger Dayton By Nan Whaley Photo: Recently-elected Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley speaking recently to the Dayton Rotary Club about her strategies for Dayton’s growth I am honored to be serving as the mayor of the City of Dayton. I am also humbled by the tasks that are before me. The heartbeat of […]

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News of the weird: 09/23/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – New frontiers in American vacuousness The WE cable network disclosed in August  it had […]

High expectations

Harvest Moon and Balloon Fest returns to Troy By Melissa Markham Photo: The Miami County Harvest Moon and Balloon Festival […]

Troy, unplugged

Fall Farm Festival at Lost Creek Reserve By Tammy Newsom Photo: Visitors take a wagon ride down Scarecrow Lane at […]

Law & Disorder: Blowing up our democracy

Lawmaking for sale By AJ Wagner Last week, I noted how Republicans won’t be formally approving President Barack Obama’s war […]

The bold and the beardless

A clean-shaven Matisyahu at Bogart’s By Alan Sculley Photo: Matisyahu will perform on Sept. 26 at Bogart’s in Cincinnati Aside […]

Advice goddess

By Amy Alkon   Doody-bound You printed a letter from a guy who doesn’t want to be a father and […]