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Living City Film Festival

Film Critic’s Pick By Russell Florence, Jr. The Living City Film Festival returns to the Neon Movies next week. The five-week festival will salute the work of Jeff Bridges, who received the Academy Award for Best Actor earlier this year for his acclaimed performance in Crazy Heart. The festival begins Monday, October 18 with The […]

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Immersed In Ink Tattoo & Arts Festival

Around Town By Russell Florence, Jr. Hara Arena will host an assortment of tattoo artists from across the country this weekend for the Immersed in Ink Tattoo & Arts Festival. Live tattooing, sideshows and human suspension are among the activities in store. Patrons can also leave their mark at the graffiti wall or be entertained […]

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The Morlocks Play Chess

Rock By Eric W. Saeger Sloppy filthy blues-rock, heroin problems, old school tremolo on the guitar, a singer who did a dime in a Mexican prison for a drug scam gone wrong – exactly how are you supposed to outcool this LA band?  Singer Leighton Koizumi sounds like George Thorogood when he’s being nice and […]

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MESOAMERICA: Scribe Serise At WSU

Visuals By Jud Yalku Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, a site-specific painting installation by Mexican heritage Cincinnati artist Rebecca Nava Soto will be presented through Friday, October 22 in the Student Union Art Gallery on the Wright State University campus, 3640 Col. Glenn Hwy., Fairborn. Soto says that Mesoamerica is a region and cultural area extending […]

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Yellow Springs Street Fair

Around Town By Deborrah Adams Make plans to experience Yellow Springs Fall Street Fair Saturday, October 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is one-day festival fills the streets with art, crafts, food, and music. Street Fair is all about great food, unique shopping and entertainment including street performances. Create your own experience sampling […]

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So Percussion

Music By Russell Florence, Jr. So Percussion, a quintet that specializes in unique sounds, will perform Thursday, September 30 at 8 p.m. in the Boll Theatre of Kennedy Union at the University of Dayton, 300 College Park. Formed at the Yale School of Music in 1999 and consisting of Eric Beach, Josh Quillen, Adam Silwinksi […]

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The Elephant In The Living Room

Film By  T.T. Stern-Enzi Local filmmaker Michael Webber returns to the region a conquering hero from the festival circuit, having seized Best Documentary prizes from the Michael Moore-sponsored Traverse City Film Festival and the Sedona International Film Festival as well as the ACE Award from Silver Docs/AFI/Discovery. His acclaimed documentary The Elephant in the Living […]

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Here Today Gone Tomorrow…

Visuals By Jud Yalkut On Friday, October 1 from 5 to 10 p.m., the first in a series of four exhibitions entitled “Here Today Gone Tomorrow” will be held in a space above the Southern Belle, 134 N. Patterson Blvd., as part of First Friday. The collective show of Dayton artists Netta Bits, Todd Hall, […]

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First Friday/RACC Conference

Around Town By Russell Florence, Jr. There are multiple First Friday events to enjoy downtown from 5 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 1. In addition to street performances and gallery events, SMAG Dance Collective in collaboration with Zoot Theatre Company and Sandstorm Dance will present an outdoor performance of SMAGMARE at 8 p.m. next to […]

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Friends of the poor walk

Around town By Marianne Stanley The 3rd annual “Friends of the Poor Walk” will be held Saturday, September 25 at 10 a.m. at the Job Center, 945 S. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. This walk is open to the public and serves a twofold purpose: to raise funds and to raise awareness of Dayton’s poor.  Besides […]

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On Your Marc: 5/31/16

It’s what’s on the scoreboard that counts By Marc Katz One day the lead editorial writer for the Dayton Daily […]

Tale of three studios

The many workspaces of artist Julie Beyer By Bill Franz I first heard of Julie Beyer when she was the featured artist […]

Serenity in Nature

Penelope “Penny” Adamson draws inspiration from the outdoors By Joyell Nevins Penelope “Penny” Adamson is a living example of how […]

Vitality Check: 5/31/16

Putting the ‘mix’ in mixed martial arts By Rocco Castellano This issue is always a very strange one for me. […]

Seed you there!

40 years of Troy’s Strawberry Festival (a berry good year!) By Emma Jarman Forty years ago, a small group of […]

On Your Marc: 5/24/16

A passing brush with No. 1 Bush By Marc Katz There’s a fascination with being No. 1, and since I’m […]