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DCP’s Guide to an Alternative Game Day By Katrina Eresman Football season. To some, it’s a cherished time, a time to cuddle up in team paraphernalia with a cold beer or hot cocoa and watch the game with friends and family. It brings people together, it sparks conversations between strangers and it continues to be […]

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The World Accordion to Charlie

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In print, on-air and online, Charlie Campbell makes Dayton shine By Amanda Dee Charlie Campbell is the Mark Zuckerberg of Dayton—except his mouth curves up in a permanent, wrinkled smile and he’s more interested in “live-to-live interaction” than interactions online. Plus, he plays in an accordion band. (And he’s never seen “The Social Network.”) Charlie […]

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Who wants to be smarter than a 5th grader?

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Diving head first into the Dayton trivia scene   Trivia Host: “The answer is Ursa Minor.” Husband: “Aw, nuts.” Trivia Host: “Which of course is also known as the Little Dipper.” Husband: “Oh! Nice!” Me: “Told ya so.” There were several told-ya-sos on the night our Dayton City Paper team trouped out to the Buffalo […]

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Art imitates life

Real-life ‘Guy’ stars in musical about music Every once in a while, a performance comes along that changes the way audiences look at theater—and, perhaps, themselves. Once is one such piece. It’s a stage adaptation of a 2007 film by the same name, written by John Carney and featuring music and lyrics by Glen Hansard […]

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Pill-ow talk

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New drug option may change the face of HIV By Ben Tomkins Photo: Truvada is now available by prescription as the first true preventative HIV drug. It’s a big world out there. We live in a society that is embracing new groups of people into the mainstream on an unprecedented scale since the Civil Rights […]

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The Business of Happiness

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Winans Chocolates and Coffees remains a community staple By Katie Christoff According to Joe Reiser, owner of Winans Fine Chocolates and Coffees, his products are both an art and a science. Both chocolates and coffees require a laborious and meticulous process in order to satisfy Winans standards. The family-owned company makes its own chocolates and […]

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Finding Ida

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Early Dayton seamstress gave wings to aviation By Katie Fender Photo: Courtesy of Special Collections and Archives, Wright State University In 2003, the U.S. House voted 378-3 to officially recognize Dayton, Ohio as the “birthplace of aviation.” This meant that finally, after 100 years, Dayton regained its title from North Carolina. With the title back […]

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Will the real Santa please stand up?

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A day in the life of Mr. Claus By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin     THE BEGINNINGS It’s not every sunny October afternoon you get to sit down with Santa Claus; that sort of thing is usually reserved for the frenzied days between Thanksgiving and Christmas. But this lucky writer got to meet and chat with […]

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Let’s get crackin’

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Dayton Ballet’s Nutcracker keeps on giving By Arnecia Patterson Photos: Scott J. Kimmins If any ballet can be said to have entered the psyche of popular culture, The Nutcracker is a contender. Professional and student, regional and national ballet companies and a handful of contemporary dance companies use it as a repertory mainstay that garners […]

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The Boys are Back in Town

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Dayton hockey finds new life after losing the Demonz By Rusty Pate Photo: Dayton Demolition player Harry Mahesh gets rowdy on the ice; photo: Haynes Photography It’s a busy Thursday night at the Englewood BW3’s. Waitresses and bartenders hustle around the dining room floor, delivering hot wings and beer. Two young boys run around, parents […]

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Hearts a’ flutter

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Classic Italian opera Madame Butterfly comes to Dayton By Eric Street Photo: Yunah Lee makes her 31st appearance as Cio-Cio-San (Madame Butterfly) with this weekend’s performance at the Schuster Center The Opera Has heartbreak ever sounded so beautiful?  You can hear and decide for yourself when the Dayton Opera presents Giacomo Puccini’s beloved Madame Butterfly. The […]

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It Happened Here

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Dayton Peace Accords @ 20 By Patricia Gallagher Newberry Photo: Dec. 14, 1995: Serbian President Slobodan Milošević, Bosnian President Alija Izetbegović, and Croatia President Franjo Tuđman sign the Balkan Peace Agreement at the Quai d’Orsay (Foreign Ministry) in Paris; photo: William J. Clinton Presidential Library   Twenty years ago, the world watched as leaders from war-torn […]

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From STRESS to SUCCESS

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Dayton Regional Science Festival opens worlds of possibilities By Katrina Eresman Photo: “Even if you’re 2 or 102, you’re going to take something away from the science festival,” -Blaire Bartish Your teacher just told you to get out a pencil. It’s time for your science test. Your hands get clammy as you clear your desk […]

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Know before you vote

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What the @%$& are Issues 2 and 3? By Timothy Walker Photo: ResponsibleOhio members prepare promotional material in support of Issue 3   Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. And where there’s pot smoke, well… Tuesday, Nov. 3, voters across the country will travel to their polling locations to cast their ballots. In Ohio those voters […]

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Your best foot forward

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Homegrown organization provides shoes for kids By Joyell Nevins Photos: Bill Franz Photo: Shoes 4 the Shoeless has already provided a new pair of shoes and socks to nearly 7,000 Dayton-area children in 2015 Kids are just kids.  I’ve heard this repeatedly as I’ve done stories on teachers, coaches and other people who work with […]

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Stewed, screwed & tatooed

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Discovering Dayton’s not-so-sub tattoo culture By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Truth & Triumph Artist Joe Brenner sterilizes an area to be inked; Photo: Bill Franz Dayton’s got ink, and it’s not afraid to show it. “Even in big cities, if you’re at the beach and you have a lot of tattoos, people look at you weird,” […]

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Springfield’s hidden gem

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Referred to as an American Folk Art site, I didn’t know what I expected on my journey to Springfield’s Hartman […]

Debate 7/17: Flag on the Play

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Q: Should persons with certain known behavioral tendencies such as suicide or violence be prohibited from owning guns? Legislatures across […]

Conspiracy Theorist 7/17: Hooray for Domino’s

Year after year, the same roads are torn up and road crews patch them. But they never really repair them. […]

On Your Marc 7/17: Good any day

First, a funny story. Larry Lee, the big tackle from Roth High School, for a number of reasons decided he […]

The Cult, Stone Temple Pilots, and Bush at Rose

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“Rock and roll never forgets,” the classic rock song goes, and Billy Duffy, guitarist and founding member of the British […]