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Dancing With God

Sharen Eninger’s Fiver Works in Waynesville By Jud Yalkut Sharen Eninger has been a powerful cultural force since she navigated the Fish House Art Gallery in Waynesville, Ohio from 2000 to 2007. She continues her active career as a part-time instructor at the We Care Heal-ing Arts Center inDayton since 2003, as the Head of Art Ministry […]

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Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare in South Park Troupe prepares ‘Romeo And Juliet’ By Katie Maurer Romeo and Juliet will make an appear-ance in South Park this weekend, but it won’t be the Romeo and Juliet we are used to. Director Daniel Wilson has decided to go with a Civil War theme for the Shakes-peare in South Park Company’s mini-malist interpretation […]

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Inspired Work

PETER GOOCH CAPTIVATES WITH ‘PROJECT ETHIOPE’ AT UD ARTSTREET By Jud Yalkut Peter Gooch is a unique painter who has for 25 years distilled his recollections of travel in such varied places as Siena, Italy, Cambodia, Malta, coastal Maine, and the Georgian Bay of Canada into striking and colorful abstractions. An associate professor at the […]

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Artistic Extravaganza

Urban Nights Showcases Downtown Dayton By Lara Donnelly As the nights start to cool off and students head back to school, the city of Dayton is giving summer one last hurrah. On Friday, September 10 from 5 to 10 p.m., downtown Dayton, the Oregon District and the Wright-Dunbar neighborhood will be the stage for the […]

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Gays Continue To Leave Ohio

The Struggle For Equality Goes On By Christopher Johnson Presently, House Bill 176, the Equal Housing and Employment Act, sits in Ohio Senate President Bill Harris’ office collecting dust. Meanwhile gays that come to or stay in Ohio particularly to further their educations continue to jump ship upon graduation. I was never so aware of […]

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Celebratory Slate

Dayton Opera Offers Promising Anniversary Season By Eric Street Do your friends complain that the papers only print bad news? Tell them this: the Dayton Opera is celebrating its 50th anniversary this season with three must-see operas and a Star Gala featuring leading singers from recent Dayton Opera productions. “Our 50th season will truly be […]

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Readying The Routines

Dayton Dance Companies Prepare Diverse Roster By Jeff Huntington For most people summer time means a long goodbye – to flip flops, time away from school, teeny bikinis and sunscreen. But while warm weather may be wrapping up, the start of fall marks the beginning of fresh seasons for dance companies spread throughout the Dayton […]

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Fall Arts Preview

Classical Contenders Promising Lineup Across The Region By Jeff Huntington The Greater Dayton area has for years been one of the best in the nation for access to the arts, and I’m proud to report that classical music is holding up very well through the Great Recession. We lost Don Hageman’s Soirees Musicales piano series, […]

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Illustrating Peace

Frank Swift’s Planet Gazimbo In Galaxy Zamz’ By Jud Yalkut The Planet Gazimbo in Galaxy Zamz is an earth-like planet with water, mountains, plants, animals, fruit and flowers, peopled by Garbles, Gazoopers, Gams and the egoistic ruling Gumblies. The delightful illustrated story of this planet reveals how it escaped from the brink of war and […]

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The Blessing Of The Animals

A Thoughtful New Work From Local Author Katrina Kittle By Lara Donnelly Oakwood author Katrina Kittle’s latest novel, The Blessings of the Animals ($14.99, 464 pages, Harper Peren-nial), is a thoughtful look at marriage in all its various forms. Inspired by two back-to-back radio stories on National Public Radio, one emphasizing whether marriage was necessary […]

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Home. Grown. History.

Troy celebrates 200 years by Janell Ward Photo: A group of friends spends time in Troy in 1888; photo: Troy […]

Biplanes and barnstormers

WACO Museum Fly-In lands in Troy by Andy Hertel Photo: A row of vintage biplanes on display in Troy; photo: […]

One good eye

Cyclops Festival returns for fourth DIY year By Tim Anderl Photo: Cyclops Festival, the handmade art and apparel event, will take […]

Causing an uproar

Godsmack shreds across the country By Alan Sculley Photo: Godsmack will perform on Aug. 17 at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati […]

Yellow Springs Theater Company

New company of professionals pushes theatrical boundaries By Joyell Nevins Photo: The Yellow Springs Theater Company rehearses D’Arc Comedy by wanda […]

Give it a spin

Whirled Festival of Tops By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The festivities begin at 5 p.m. in the area north of the […]