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In the trenches

Relive World War I at the United States Air Force Museum By Mark Luedtke Photo: A reenactor stands with his aircraft at the World War I Dawn Patrol Rendezvous in 2011, at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force; photo: U.S. Air Force Imagine cowering in a World War I trench while biplane aces […]

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The power of people

Wilmington College revisits the Freedom Rides By Sarah Sidlow Photo: Freedom Riders, a traveling exhibit developed by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, will be on display in the Quaker Heritage Center of Wilmington College beginning March 19; photo: Corbis In 1961, civil rights workers, called Freedom Riders, rode interstate buses into the South in […]

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From feast to famine

Dayton’s brewing legacy  By Kyle Melton   Photo: The Riverside Brewing Company along the western bank of the Great Miami River before it was razed after the Great Flood of 1913; photo courtesy Dayton History Beer is, arguably, the foundation upon which civilization is built. From the ancient Sumerian and Egyptian cultures of the 7th century […]

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News of the weird: 05/19

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Donating for dollars Already, healthy people can donate blood, sperm and eggs, but now […]

Advice Goddess: 5/19

By Amy Alkon All the single m’ladies I read your manners book and loved it. I just feel that for […]

Chew on this: 05/19

What to believe about coconut oil claims By Jayne Powers Coconuts are on a roll as a wonder food. I […]

The Docket: 05/19

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Charles Grove D’oh! The owner of a Dayton bar contacted […]

News of the weird: 05/12

By Chuck Shepherd Marital enhancement Saudi Arabia’s very first sex accessory shop (in the holy city of Mecca) should be […]

Chew on this: 05/12

Weight loss for pudgy pets By Jayne Powers Pets, like people, get pudgy – even obese. According to the Association […]