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2012 FilmDayton Festival

A Q&A with Executive Director Megan Cooper By T.T. Stern-Enzi Last year, like most regional film lovers who attended FilmDayton’s festival, I eagerly awaited the opportunity to bask in the Dayton filmmaking vibe. Part of the organization’s call to arms is to support film “by Dayton and for Dayton.” Seemingly more than many other festivals […]

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We could be (super)heroes!

Dayton Art Institute salutes comic art (not just for geeks!) by Jason Webber Look! Up in the sky! It’s Superman! Spider Man! Wonder Woman! A super-sized knitted Mr. Fantastic costume! And they’re all in the Dayton Art Institute! Holy highbrow, Batman! The colorful new DAI exhibit “You Are My Superhero,” running through Sept. 23, proves […]

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Art On the Commons

A display and sale of fine arts and crafts By Natasha Habib If you don’t already know how much Dayton’s arts scene has been growing over the past few years, you’ve probably either been unconscious or one of those “Negative Nancy” types who never goes downtown anyway. The rest of us, however, know that Dayton […]

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Dayton’s Two Wheel Tour

Second Annual Tour de Dayton Rolls On By Jennifer Hanauer You want to be out and enjoying these glorious summer days, and you want to do something different and you want to take some of the energy off the top of these kids on summer break before you break through your patience threshold. Whatever shall […]

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The Catwalk Comes to Dayton

Gem City Fashion Show By Brian Sharp Dayton is soon to be home to something new – Fashion Week.  No, this is not the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week as seen in New York, but rather, a smaller Midwest version.  However, CEO/Founder Junda Morris-Kennedy has high hopes.  She brings to the event some previous experience in other […]

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Dropping the Hammer

by Mark Luedtke To say Steve Colletti loves racing would be an understatement. He’s been racing for 44 years. “I have been in racing since 1968 when my boss Walter Siemindinger took me to my first race as a helper when he raced an Alfa Romeo GTV. I enjoyed the competition and the mechanical skill […]

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The Myth of Marriage

A Young Woman’s View on 21st Century Marriage By Emily Kaiser Marriage, in my opinion, and I think in many others as well, is not what it used to be. My generation is constantly bombarded with divorce. More of my friends’ parents are divorced than together, and that includes my own. When I think about […]

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Folkin’ Around

Cityfolk offers multicultural fun for everyone By Tim Anderl Music and dance are pleasing and peculiar parts of the human experience.  As such, both have long been used as tools for establishing commonality between people.  In fact, poet and educator Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said, “Music is the universal language of mankind.”  He understood that […]

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The Party’s Over

The Push to Remove Party Influence from Ohio’s Voting Districts By Tim Walker Our government. One that is “of the people, by the people and for the people.” This is a powerful idea, first articulated to us by Abraham Lincoln in his Gettysburg Address in 1863, and it’s a concept that is unfortunately almost universally […]

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Playing the Odds

Area Internet Sweepstakes Cafes: Legal or Not? By Mark Leudtke The sign on the sidewalk outside of Roy Smith’s Internet sweepstakes cafe in Middletown says win a TV. The sign on the window advertises Las Vegas-style games and cash prizes. The inside looks similar to a college computer lab, but friendlier. Computer monitors line tables. […]

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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 […]