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Fifteen million reasons By Jim Bucher With all the talk about the first four NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament games played here at the University of Dayton Arena and bringing over $4 million to community coffers, we must not forget about a best-kept secret. It adds three times that amount to our area economy every year […]

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April Fools’ Day by your resident DCP fool By Jim Bucher Next Tuesday is my most favorite unofficial holiday of the year. You know where this is going, right? Tuesday is April 1, 2014 – yes, April Fools’ Day. Now, back in the day when I was a younger man, this was my greatest and […]

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It’s time to ‘get down’ with your gardening By Jim Bucher Well, I don’t know about all of you out there in Dayton City Paper land, but I love the home improvement and garden shows that pop up this time of year. I’m not even sure why, because when it comes to having a green […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

Tax breaks bring Cate Blanchett film to Cincinnati By Mark Luedtke This year’s Best Actress Oscar winner, Cate Blanchett, is coming to Cincinnati to film a new movie titled “Carol.” The film will also star Rooney Mara, known for “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” Sarah Paulson, best known for Oscar winner “12 Years a […]

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Pat Flanagan: The Godfather of St. Patrick’s Day in Dayton By Jim Bucher What can you say about a life that touched so many in 63 short years? Well, this life was well-lived and stretched many lifetimes. I’m talking about Pat Flanagan, who we lost this past December. He, along with his beloved wife Melissa, […]

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Ukraine illustrates upside-down world  By Mark Luedtke Sixty years ago, the Soviet Union was instigating coups and starting civil wars all around the globe to spread communism. The U.S. fought against communist aggression in Korea, Vietnam and South America. Today, we live in an upside-down world. In the last decade or so, the U.S. has […]

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The modern dark age of science

By Mark Luedtke We live in a modern world of technological advance, and we think of society as an enlightened civilization because of it. But much of the technology we enjoy today is based on science that’s over a hundred years old. Despite our impressive technology, and partly because of it, much of what passes […]

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Managing peanut and tree nut allergies

By Caroline Shannon-Karasik There’s no denying it: peanuts and their BFF peanut butter are classic foods. Without peanuts, a jelly sandwich would seem incomplete and the Cracker Jacks in “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” – an ode to America’s favorite pastime – would get a stand-alone shout out. For those who are allergic […]

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Musings and mumblings from a meandering mind

By Jim Bucher This column will be all about what’s on my mind, and there’s plenty, so here goes. First, the I-75 construction – or should I say reconstruction – through downtown Dayton: Now I know it’s nowhere near completion, but with the closings of the downtown exit ramps northbound, I foresee a problem. If […]

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Socialist snow follies by Mark Luedtke Examining the abject failure of socialism on relatively minor issues exposes the horrific failure of socialism on the big issues – security, criminal justice, health care, running the economy and waging war. The ubiquitous failure of local governments to clear the roads of snow this winter is a perfect […]

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Let’s go to the movies

Miamisburg Plaza Theatre now showing! By Gary Spencer From time to time, something old and long forgotten is revisited and […]

Be Well, Marsha 2/9/16

Another one bites By Marsha Bonhart Okay everybody, there’s a new bug in town and the World Health Organization (WHO) […]

Gettin’ funky with it

Amy Kollar Anderson makes vivid art full-time By Bill Franz Exactly a year after she left her job as gallery […]

Climate UPHEAVAL

ArtStreet introduces next installation in IAN series By Joyell Nevins Art is not just meant to be looked at; it’s […]

Be Well, Marsha 2/2/16

Forget me not by Marsha Bonhart In my much younger, other life, I was a model. I never graced the […]

Flying high on the ground

Troy’s WACO Museum offers classes, camps, robotics and more By Tim Walker WACO—pronounced like “taco”—was the name of the WACO […]