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Regional Farmer’s Markets: Convenient, Friendly, Local By Megan Garrison It’s a beautiful Saturday afternoon. You’ve been given a chance to sleep in and enjoy the morning at your own pace. The kids, or your roommate, are still asleep. It’s one of those perfect summer days, and you get to thinking about errands. You need to […]

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Earth Talk®

E – The Environmental Magazine Dear EarthTalk: How do I learn about what pesticides may be on the food I eat? — Beatrice Olson, Cleveland, OH Along with the rise in the popularity of organic food has come an increased awareness about the dangers lurking on so-called “conventionally produced” (that is, with chemical pesticides and […]

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Kicking Off Summer on Stage

Previewing Regional Theatre Offerings By Brian P. Sharp The Story of My Life at The Dayton Theatre Guild The Dayton Theatre Guild concludes its 2011-12 season with the Season Extra “The Story of My Life,” music and lyrics by Neil Bartram, book by Brian Hill, June 1 – 17. It is directed by Debra Kent […]

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Jazz Central

Keeping Jazz Alive in Dayton By Khalid Moss Jazz Central, located at 2931 East Third Street, is living up to its name. It is truly the nucleus for jazz in the city of Dayton. That mantle used to belong to Gilly’s nightclub where, for many years, jazz was the centerpiece, the “piece de resistance.” But […]

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Band Geeks

One of a kind Performance Shows Us a New Meaning of the Word “Geek”  By Brian Sharp“Is your self esteem one swirly away from annihilation?” If so, you might just be a band geek!  At least that is one of the points made in Band Geeks!, running currently at The Loft Theatre – a production […]

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Am I Seeing Green?

Wicked Takes the Schuster Center by Storm By Brian Sharp Dayton gets the pleasure once again of experiencing Wicked – the untold story of the witches of Oz.  The Schuster Center will host this amazing piece of musical theatre for the next four weeks.   The popularity of this musical is nearly cult-like.  There are people […]

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The “Limitless Views” of Stefan Chinov and Craig Lloyd

Local Landscapes and Antarctic Installations By Jud Yalkut Idealized Mid-Western rolling expanses and the untouched vastness of Antarctic environments are the dwelling places of the visions of Craig Lloyd and Stefan Chinov respectively in their joint exhibition at the Dayton Visual Arts Center running through June 16. Through their unique curatorial combination, new questions of […]

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The New Face of Manufacturing in Dayton

The Advantages of Fiber Reinforced Polymer By Mark Luedtke Who said manufacturing is dead in Dayton? Composite Advantage, located on Kiser Street in Old North Dayton, recently unveiled its newest pedestrian bridge in D.C. as part of the city’s sustainability initiative. But this isn’t like bridges of the past. It’s made of fiberglass composite. Scott […]

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Lighting Up The Night

Local Artists Thank The Community With Fiery Performance By Lara Donnelly Flames rise up in the dusk, illuminating painted faces and elaborate costumes. The thump of dance music beats beneath the mesmerizing flicker of fire. The Yellow Springs performance group, Soul Fire Tribe, will illuminate downtown this Friday with another one of their incendiary shows. […]

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A Unique Twist on A Classic

Carmen Comes to The Victoria Theatre By Eric Street The Dayton Opera season sweeps to a dramatic close with four performances of The Tragedy of Carmen, a streamlined, contemporary turn on Bizet’s perennial audience favorite.  Dayton’s Victoria Theatre provides an intimate setting for the May 17 thru 20 performances. This version, sung in English and […]

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Advice Goddess: 7/28

By Amy Alkon   Emotion Sickness Last week, my girlfriend was all annoyed about something (something relatively unimportant). I’m normally […]

Chew on this: 07/28

Rediscover your drive By Jayne Powers On a hot, muggy July afternoon, I bolted out of my apartment to take […]

Hobart Urban Nature Preserve

A piece of Heaven in the middle of the city By Tor Simms Photo: The Hobart Urban Nature Preserve has […]

news of the weird 7/28/2015

  Outsourcing Among the protesters at New York City’s Gay Pride Parade the Sunday after the Supreme Court’s historic gay-marriage […]

The Docket: 07/28

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Amanda Dee   What’s at steak? “$85.85 worth of meet […]

Chew on this: 07/21

More than picking fresh vegetables By Jayne Powers   Today, let’s shine a light on vegetables—literally. Walk into any supermarket, […]