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The way we love

Dating in the digital era By Stacey Ritz photo: Kelly and Rob Fisher met online and are now married; photo credit: Stacey Ritz “I was in an online relationship for about three years and then just like that, it was over.” Keith Rowman explained while thumbing through his text messages. “I thought I had found my […]

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Altered Realities

The many visual worlds of Jud Yalkut By Shayna McConville Photo credit: Tyler Lukacs “I wanted to be a cartoonist or a scientist,” Jud Yalkut prophesized in his youth. Now, over half a century later, Yalkut is living his dream. It does not, however, involve a science laboratory or the animation studios of Disney. Yalkut […]

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Mayor Whaley?

Dayton City Commissioner Nan Whaley enters heated mayoral race  By Zach Rogers While the suits in Washington decide over confusing matters like fiscal cliffs, tax dollars going out the window and gun control, it may not seem like much is happening in Dayton’s local government. Don’t be fooled: there is plenty happening around the city, […]

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A Modern Renaissance

A Dayton Gem is being polished By Natasha Habib “It’s a new day, it’s a new dawn, it’s your new DAI,” said Michael R. Roediger, executive director of the Dayton Art Institute. His quote, prominently displayed on the museum’s website, sums up how the DAI’s new leadership feels about the art institute of which they’ve […]

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Got Joe?

Coffee Houses of the Miami Valley By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin No matter how much you love your home and your job, everyone needs a place to go to develop and nurture a sense of community. For many, these “third places” are bars or barbershops or bowling alleys. Thanks to the ‘90s explosions of Starbucks and […]

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Apocalypse! Now!

For all of humanity’s achievements, the past hundred years or so witnessed incredible acceleration of technology that put unparalleled access of transportation and information at our fingertips. While the speed of life arguably got a little out of control, who can argue that it didn’t get a little easier at the same time? Let’s take […]

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Hark, the herald rockers sing!

HoliDayton celebrates 10th year of musical goodwill By Tim Anderl As is typical to individuals during the holiday season, the tradition of gift giving and receiving was paramount on the minds of the guys from The Story Changes during our December breakfast meeting at a café in Kettering. Unsurprisingly, Story Changes frontman and auxiliary Hawthorne […]

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Performance Holiday

First ever Philharmonic and Ballet “Nutcracker” and more By Eric Street Music lovers in the Dayton area must have been very, very good the past year, because Santa’s bag is overflowing with great events for them this holiday season. The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance celebrates its first season following the merger of the Dayton Ballet, […]

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If a tree falls …

What really happened to the trees along Riverview Avenue By Marianne Stanley “Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught, will we realize we cannot eat money.”  Cree Indian Proverb For more than half a century, 16 trees stood sentry on Riverview Avenue, along […]

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Keep black friday local

How to (and Why to) Buy Local for the Holidays By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin It pretty much goes: “Locally-owned: good! Big corporation: bad! Support your community! Keep your money where you make your money!” But really, when it comes down to it, and the holiday-buying time crunch is on, and you can’t leave work early, […]

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The Docket: 08/04

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Amanda Dee I said, ‘excuse me’ A man called in on […]

Art, it’s ALIVE!

A studio visit with Megan Smallwood By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Megan Smallwood, Griffin   My first and only physical encounter with […]

Sparks fly

Snapshot of community illuminated at DVAC open members’ show By Susan Byrnes Photo:Zach Steele, Wympee; photo: Patrick Mauk Everyone is […]

Chew on this: 08/04

Condiment conundrum By Jayne Powers   When buying food, we should focus on picking nutrient-rich foods that are low in […]

Advice Goddess: 08/04

By Amy Alkon   Requiem For A Scream I’m a 28-year-old woman in a relationship with a really great guy. […]

Advice Goddess: 7/28

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