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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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You Can’t Manage What You Can’t Measure

Will it ever end? By Mark Luedtke I-75 modernization so far Motorists traveling to and from downtown Dayton on I-75 are in for some big changes. The good news is that the Phase 1A modernization project is complete. That phase fixed malfunction junction at the intersection of I-75 and State Route 4. It replaced the […]

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Dayton’s Untrained Audiences

We’ve all experienced it…“the untrained audience” By Brian P. Sharp You know the ones. We go to a show, sometimes paying a premium, and then someone around us interrupts the show, or us.  What has happened to civility?  However, in chatting with Maestro Neil Gittleman of the Dayton Philharmonic, he cautions that, “Maybe the trained […]

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Disengaged: Election? So What…

Young voters fail to exercise their right to vote By Stacey Ritz “I don’t plan on registering to vote because the choices in the election are terrible. I feel like participating in a corrupt system defeats the point of real change,” shared Jessie Downey, a 21-year-old Dayton resident. With today’s easy accessibility to around-the-clock news, […]

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Fear or beer?

Hauntfest returns as the area’s biggest Halloween blast By Kevin J. Gray It’s twilight, nearly dark. A crisp cool hangs in the late-October air. A metal barricade blocks the intersection of Fifth Street and Wayne Avenue. A parallel barricade stands at the other end of the Oregon District, just below the trail trusses. A small […]

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Venting for the voiceless

Author Justin Curtis’s Troy-inspired novel By Katie Fender Photo: “Plight of the Downtrodden,” by Justin Curtis Troy native and author […]

Art & Soul

Yellow Springs’ art fair connects art to community By Tara Pettit Photo: The Art & Soul Fair takes place from […]

Be Well, Marsha 11/17/15

The slower seasons By Marsha Bonhart I have a friend whom I adore. I don’t always understand her, but she’s […]

Three artists. Three days. One lock.

‘Locked In’ on art at Yellow Springs Arts Council By Joyell Nevins Photo: [l-r] Artists Brandon Lowery, Nathaniel Foley and […]

Ask Rocco 11/17/15

Who the hell is Tony Zale anyway? By Rocco Castellano Photo: Boxer Tony Zale knocks Rocky Graziano to the ground […]

March of the Turkeys

The Turkey Trot tradition treks on By Don Hurst Photo: The Ohio River Road Runners Club 37th Annual Turkey Trot […]