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A Natural Fit

Local artist/muscician Michael Bashaw joins UD’s sustainability experiment By Arnecia Patterson Photo: Paul Noah In the eco-arts movement artists often use the environment as a springboard for art making and problem solving and turn to nature for materials, inspiration and solutions. Our natural environment frames a range of art-making practices that give us art, both ephemeral […]

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Take the Shush out of the shelves

Dayton Metro Library’s Innovative Check out the Arts program By Rusty Pate Photo: Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) principal dancer Qarrianne Blayr will perform with DCDC as part of the Check Out the Arts program; photo: Indigo Life Media, Kameron Davis The arts have always been an integral part of society and civilization. From the earliest drawings […]

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Sharing the Spotlight

Dayton’s Performing organizations’ “American Mosaic” weekend By Pat Suarez Photo: The Dayton Ballet will perform dances set to Aaron Copland’s “The Red Pony” and The Tender Land; photo: Scott J. Kimmins A century ago, corporations made donations to the performing arts automatically. Companies and the people who ran them understood and acknowledged the importance of […]

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Opa!

When celebrating culture becomes a tradition By Tara Pettit Photo: The Virgil Donati Band will perform at Oddbody’s on Sept. 11 Today when you hear about Greece, you automatically associate it with banks, budgets and bailouts. Recent news about the country and its ongoing economic crisis has permeated media coverage of the small nation, so […]

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The ART of Caring

We Care Arts: so much more than a studio By Joyell Nevins Photo: Erica Gibbs, Betsy Boesch, David Hiday and Jeffrey Bailey pose during an event at We Care Arts in Kettering We Care Arts, an art studio in Kettering, is not a gallery for famous artists. It’s not a paint-your-own-pottery studio for wannabe artists. […]

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Wheat the people

Dayton celebrates craft beer at AleFest By Kevin J. Gray // photos: Jim witmer Photo: AleFest Dayton is excited to announce an all-cask tent, which will feature cask conditioned beers AleFest moves downtown For most of its existence, AleFest was synonymous with Carillon Park. That is, until 2014 when founder and longtime owner of the […]

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Path to success?

What to know about Dayton’s Link Bike Share Program By Amanda Dee Photo: Laura Estandia, executive director of Bike Miami Valley speaks to a crowd at the opening festivities for the Link Bike Share Program; photo: Briana Snyder My assignment was to investigate the green bikes that mysteriously appeared throughout the city of Dayton, and […]

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Philanthrappelling

Big Brothers Big Sisters’ big steps for charity by Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: The Over the Edge event benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Miami Valley; photo: Peter Wine, Media Moments Photography   Average Friday got you down? Want to see the world—at least the Dayton part—from another angle? How about instead of a […]

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He built it, they came

Miracle League baseball field lets everyone play By Jim Hannah Photo: The Miracle Field comprised of flat surfaces and free of infield dirt allowing wheelchair access It’s written all over their faces—the thrill of it. Their daily world of limits, obstacles and hurdles has suddenly melted away and been replaced by a delicious universe of […]

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Apples and oranges

Farmers markets produce more than ever By Paula Johnson Did you know you can pet an alpaca and do yoga at Dayton farmers markets? Talk to the guy who baked your bread this morning and the folks who made the honey you just bought? Pick up a handmade ceramic piece or a painting? Hear live […]

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Strings attached

Leesa Haapapuro teaches, creates in Dayton By Bill Franz Leesa Haapapuro’s studio is in the busiest and most colorful art […]

Time to do-tu-it

Dutoit Gallery offers member artists showcase space By Joyell Nevins When Adjunct Art Professor Colleen Kelsey approached colleague Glen Cebulash […]

Vitality Check: 5/3/16

Harmful if swallowed By Rocco Castellano Every now and then I get a wild hair up my ass to go […]

On Your Marc: 5/3/16

Field of dreams a real treat By Marc Katz Of course I’ve visited Field of Dreams. Are you nuts?! Dayton […]

Vitality Check: 4/26/16

Heeeeeere’s Rocco! By Rocco Castellano What’s up b–ches? I’m back! I know all of you were wondering where I went […]

More than a building

Troy walking history tours offer a deeper look By Don Hurst On Friday April 29, Downtown Troy’s past will come […]