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Truly spectacular!

Dayton Performing Arts Alliance presents Season Opening Spectacular By Stacey Ritz Photo: Lauren Stenroos and Case Bodamer in “Bushido” From Dayton Ballet’s 2012 Celebration!; photo: sskphoto The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance (DPAA) is a unique merger of Dayton Ballet, Dayton Opera and the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. The legend surrounding the creation began when DPO Artistic Director […]

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There’s no place like home

Leo DeLuca brings the lure of Misra Records to his hometown of Dayton By: Zach Rogers Photo: Leo DeLuca relocated indie label Misra Records to Dayton in 2012; photo: Bill Franz The music industry is a very different place than it was 20, 30 or 40 years ago. Numerous technological and cultural advances have made the […]

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History of the Human Race

Dayton’s professional theatre company talks past, present and future By: Sara Mastbaum photo: Scott J. Kimmins Pictured [l to r]: scott stoney and kevin moore In the late 1980s, Dayton’s cultural landscape was just beginning to flower. ArtsDayton (now CultureWorks), the Dayton Visual Arts Center and Cityfolk were all in their infancy. It was during […]

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The Faces of Dayton

Photos by: Bill Franz and Andrew Thompson Take a walk around downtown Dayton. History seems to be everywhere, but so too does the air of possible futures. Without a doubt, Dayton is running headlong into a new era where its storied past meets waves of new ideas emerging around every corner. The character of the […]

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The little frames that could

Featherwood Frames embraces sustainable, environmentally-sound artisanship  By: Tim Anderl  Photo: Seeing eye to eye: [l to r] David Flowers and Brett Nagafuchi of Featherwood Frames talk shop with David Brown, owner of Eye 1 in Oakwood // Photo: Bill Franz Anyone who knows who Steve Urkel, Poindexter and Clark Kent are acknowledges the act of using/wearing […]

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Sex and the workplace

Taboo or acceptable?  By Stacey Ritz Should colleagues at the same company be allowed to have sex? The Business Insider’s Henry Blodget recently published “Sex-At-Work Survey: The Results Are In!” After surveying 2,500 individuals, Blodget found that more than 84 percent of survey participants believe colleagues at the same company should be allowed to have […]

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It’s hip to be square

Dayton’s square cut pizza culture  By Kyle Melton Photo: Marion’s Piazza square cut pizza “It was in the 1950s when I ate my first pizza in Dayton, Ohio, and that pizza was cut in small, square pieces. It was in the early 1960s when I ate a pizza out of the Dayton area that was […]

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Hit the trails

Bike and hike your way thorough the Miami Valley and Beyond By: Kevin J. Gray Photo:  Cyclist of all ages enjoying the new Mad River Bikeway extension; photo courtesy: Five Rivers MetroParks The Miami Valley has become a hub for outdoor activity thanks in part to extensive trail networks that zigzag across Miami, Montgomery, Greene […]

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What’s on your plate?

Restaurant Week gives you the chance to experience something new! By: Brian Sharp Photo: Warm chocolate cake from The Hawthorn Grill   Restaurant Week is more than just fixed menus and cheaper prices. Restaurant Week in the Miami Valley area – curated by Amy Zahora of the Miami Valley Restaurant Association – has been going on […]

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We’re all on the same side

But that doesn’t mean we should burn the bridge By Julie Ruvolo; edited by Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin When waging war, strategy is as important as blunt force. The war on human trafficking is one that has reached beyond the borders of the physical world and, in this technological age, must also be waged on the Internet. […]

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Advice Goddess: 3/31

By Amy Alkon Eyes that light up a womb I’m a 35-year-old guy who’s doing online dating and who’s against […]

News of the Weird: 3/31

By Chuck Shepherd The continuing crisis The trendy St. Pauli neighborhood in historic Hamburg, Germany, suffers its share of uncouth […]

The Docket:03/31

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove Bad timing A Dayton police detective stopped at […]

Chew on this: 03/31

Defensive eating for nutrition survival By Jayne Powers Back in the day – think the years following World War I […]

News of the weird: 03/24

By Chuck Shepherd Anatomy Class in Court “This will be upsetting,” cautioned Justice Robert Graesser, addressing jurors in February in […]

Chew on this: 03/24

Cooking techniques and skills for healthier lives By Jayne Powers Nutrition is more than being able to pick out healthful […]