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Eileen Whalen By Jeff Huntington You can’t have a great orchestra without a great oboist, and they’re scarce. Dayton is fortunate to have one of the country’s great oboists, Eileen Whalen (shown). You can hear her 49 times this season with the Dayton Philharmonic, but you have a special opportunity to hear her solo with […]

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Razumovskaya’s Rhythm Of Passion

Visuals By Jud Yalkut Through Saturday, October 30, the Wind Fine Art Gallery, located at 7300 Far Hills Ave. in Kettering, is featuring the energetic paintings of Anna Razumovskaya in her “Rhythm of Passion” exhibition. A graduate of Russian State University for the Arts, Razumovskaya has had exhibitions in New York, Paris, Toronto, Amsterdam and […]

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Motion And Emotion

The Works Of David L. Smith At Town & Country By Jud Yalkut David L. Smith has been a practicing artist since he created gesture drawings and received his master’s degree at Iowa University, a school later attended by Jan Driesbach of the Dayton Art Institute. After serving in the army until 1946, Smith turned […]

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Behind The Scenes Of Porgy & Bess

Dayton Opera Prepares Immense Canvas A Collaborative ‘Porgy And Bess’ By Eric Street Backstage at the Schuster Center the atmosphere nearly crackles with anticipation as musicians, dancers, chorus, soloists and stage hands prepare for what should be the biggest collaborative project of the season: George Gershwin’s iconic American opera Porgy and Bess. This landmark production, […]

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On Stage

News And Reviews By Russell Florence, Jr. FUNNY ‘MOMMIE’ AT DAYTON PLAYHOUSE Charles Busch’s over-the-top 1999 comedic melodrama Die Mommie Die! receives an admirable local premiere at the Dayton Playhouse. Directed by Michael Boyd and set in 1967 Beverly Hills, Mommie concerns the dysfunctional world of faded star singer Angela Arden-Sussman (Cassandra Engber, attractively costumed […]

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Yellow Springs Artist Tour And Sale

Visual Critic’s Pick By Jud Yalkut The 10th consecutive Yellow Springs Artist Tour and Sale will be held Sat. Oct. 16 and Sun., Oct. 17 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. It will feature an open tour of eight artist studios each with multiple artists. Yellow Springs is noted for artists in this tour who […]

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Mozart’s Eternal Requiem

DPO Salutes One Of Classical Music’s Finest Works By Patrick Suarez Ah, Hollywood: Entertainer of the masses, distorter of history. In 1997, Titanic featured star-crossed lovers who never existed. Thirteen years earlier, a film nobody thought would do very well became a sensation, telling the amplified story about one of classical music’s brightest lights: Wolfgang […]

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Striking Artistry

‘Future Structures’ Bolstered By ‘Future Visions’ At Dvac By Jud Yalkut Pseudo-science and the body in motion are thematic elements playing against each other in the two-man show “Future Structures” running at the Dayton Visual Arts Center through Friday, October 15. Both artists in this exhibition operate at a high level of both technical mastery […]

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Jazz Artistically

DCDC Presents Fall Concert By Caroline Shannon- Karasik Balance. We’ve all heard it’s one of the keys to any great marriage, right? It even strikes an even flow in the workplace, and the joining of strength and tranquility can bring along the mind-body symmetry to which so many people attribute inner solitude. For a performer, […]

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Reloaded

Tune In To Political Cartoonist Mark Fiore On Relaunched Daytoncitypaper.com By Mark Luedtke One of the great advances of the Internet over print media is animation, and the honored profession of political cartooning has expanded to take advantage of the Internet’s power. In particular, Mark Fiore, the first animated, Internet-only cartoonist to win the Pulitzer […]

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Looking through a new lens

Meet the artist: Leah Stahl By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Leah Stahl, “Bootstrap Paradox” 2014, Photogram/Pharmaceutical Chemigram What the hell am I […]

Law & Disorder: Shoot first

Ask questions later By A.J. Wagner Justice belongs to God; men only have the law. Justice is perfect, but the […]

News of the weird

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Frontiers of flight Dutch inventors Bart Jansen and Arjen Beltman struck again recently when […]

Book sm(Art)

Rare Books impact new art at UD’s ArtStreet By Susan Byrnes Photo: Artist: Misty Thomas-Trout Books have long served as […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon To leech according to her needs My roommate’s girlfriend is unemployed and just hangs around our place all […]

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 […]