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Why Wilbur Mattered

The Indispensables Two Wrights made the airplane. But they were driven by Wil. Remembering the death of Wilbur Wright, 100 years ago this week. Story and art by Mark Martel At rare intervals a few truly indispensable individuals take us where no one had gone before. A century back in Dayton it was Kettering, Patterson, […]

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For The Love Of Wine

Twenty Years of Drinking for a Good Cause By Natasha Habib Once a year, Fleurs et Vin brings wine from all over the world to Dayton, Ohio. As approximately 1,000 attendees sample more than 300 different wines and food from 25 local restaurants, they help support local charities. On Fleurs et Vin’s 20th anniversary, drink […]

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In The Running

What to Expect from AJ Wagner By Annie Bowers Who is AJ Wagner? He’s a businessman, a writer, a retired judge, an educator, a husband and father, a community activist … and a man with a plan. He believes in Dayton: the neighborhoods, arts and entertainment, educational opportunities, entrepreneurism and most importantly, the potential for […]

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Twenty Something and Way Ahead of the Curve

Talking with Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra’s Concertmaster Jessica Hung By Joe Aiello You’re in your early twenties looking for a job. You know the drill: apply for listed openings, or maybe just cold turkey, submit a resume or complete an application. If you get an interview, do your best to impress. Then wait to see if […]

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Ready, Aim, Buyer?

One Woman’s Journey into Gun Ownership By Emily Kaiser Magazine, frame and hammer. Sure, no problem. I knew what all those were. A magazine was something I flipped through on a lazy Saturday afternoon, filled with glossy pages of beautiful models showcasing new designer collections. A frame was something I hung on my walls, with […]

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Prolific Jazz Renaissance Man

Wynton Marsalis with The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra at the Schuster By Khalid Moss Return with me, young readers, to the hippy-dippy ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s when cell phones, I-Pads or Twitter accounts did not exist. In other words, when jazz was king. In Dayton, back then, you could visit four or five jazz clubs […]

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Speaking of Mac Miller

Criticism, In An Age When Criticism is Dead By Ben Dale Mac Miller is finding unlikely success as a white rapper in a hip-hop culture that normally excludes such anomalies.  Boosh. Though the idea is a rehash, there is something markedly different about Mr. Miller, a certain je ne sais quoi that distinguishes him from […]

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In Conversation with the Archdiocese

Most Reverend Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr Speaks By Tim Walker Women’s rights and the concept of a woman’s reproductive freedom — rights and freedoms that many take for granted at this point — have suddenly become hot-button issues in the 2012 Presidential election campaigns. Statements and misstatements by various candidates and political pundits on both […]

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The Tragic Case of Maria Lauterbach

Is This How We Treat Our Female Soldiers? By John Lasker Painfully, this is a question Mary Lauterbach of Vandalia has been asking since her daughter, US Marine Lance Corporal Maria Lauterbach, was brutally murdered in December of 2007 by a fellow Marine she had accused of raping her. Maria’s story, no doubt, is well-known […]

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Pack A Bag And Go

The Curious Travels of Scott Ford By Annie Bowers “Ok, I have to know … did you fly to Dayton for free?” I asked Scott Ford, a world traveler, current media sensation and founder of the innovative new travel website He replied confidently, “Yes …” and then added with a grin, “The hotel was […]

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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 […]