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Dayton’s ‘dangerous dames’

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League of Women Voters honors 3 local media pioneers By Brittany Erwin Photo: Local suffragettes inspired the League of Women Voters to honor Dangerous Dames of Dayton, modern trailblazers In a world where accusations of fake news abound, quality journalism is vital. Yet, the public can be critical of its truth-tellers, particularly if its tellers […]

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Enter Janet Bear McTavish’s Peace Quilt Labyrinth at Middfest International By Lisa Bennett Photo: The entry panel of the Peace Quilt Labyrinth, the product of Janet Bear McTavish and a team of 62 working day and night for 22 months A young soldier, weary from unending brutality on the battlefield, made his way slowly up […]

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Rebels with a cause

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The Mekons’ Jon Langford fights for scholarship at the Antioch School Auction Gala By Amanda Dee Photo: Jon Langford’s ‘Star, Map, Cowboys,’ at Emporium Wines March 4 “Prolific” isn’t always a welcome label, but it befits Wales-born Jon Langford, whose work seems almost omnipresent, ranging from punk music to country, portraits to comic strips, and social […]

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Invasion of the Borobots

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Springboro Robotics Program builds toward the future By Jimaur Calhoun Photo: Harnessers of Darkness discuss modifications to their robot prior to the first round of competition in 2015; photo: Jerry Brewster Let’s face facts, people—technology is a part of our lives and it isn’t going anywhere, whether you feel it helps or hinders humanity. If […]

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Get your jug on

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Local group plans Jug Band and Tambourine Hall of Fame opening By Tim Smith Photo: Local musician Roger Salmon of Zipp evolved from doo-wop to jug and tambourine; photo: JK B via Flickr Creative Commons Dayton has been the home of many firsts, from flight to cash registers. Music has always been an indelible part […]

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Taste of nostalgia

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Miamisburg’s Hamburger Wagon serves up a 103-year-old experience By Brennan Burks Photo: Jack Sperry’s Miamisburg-based Hamburger Wagon travels to Octoberfest and other festivals around Ohio; photos: Gary Hartman With refurbished theatres, new and renewed breweries, and inching closer to riverfronts, the Miami Valley is revitalizing. While these efforts may originate from the need for economic […]

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‘The Winter’s Heart’

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Cityfolk legacy Cathie Ryan celebrates Irish Christmas at Miamisburg’s Plaza Theatre By Tim Smith Photo: Cathie Ryan celebrates Irish tradition with ‘The Winter’s Heart’ Dec. 14 at Miamisburg’s Historic Plaza Theatre Each country has its own unique holiday traditions. In America, we hang stockings by the fireplace. In Great Britain, children of all ages are given […]

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Make sure your Christmas is lit

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Dayton celebrates Christmas with a selection of holiday light shows By Ehron Ostendorf Photo: A look above from underneath the Carillon Tower aglow Carillon Historical Park Nov. 30 – Dec. 30 A Carillon Christmas The Carillon Historical Park is the newest to these events. It was only in 2015 that Carillon lit the tower in honor […]

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The cats meow

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Dayton Fanciers’ 61st cat show in Beavercreek By Erin Callahan Photo: The Russian Blue is one of the breeds competing at the 61st Dayton Cat Fanciers Show Nov. 12 When you think of dogs, how many breeds can you name off the top of your head, or recognize when you see them? Probably at least a […]

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From sisters’ homes to funeral homes

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Schlientz & Moore, Westbrock keep Wayne Avenue alive By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Present Director Mark Westbrock’s great-grandfather Ben (right) helms Westbrock Funeral Home’s fleet of vehicles, circa 1920 Wayne Avenue is always a thrilling drive for me. Whether I’m southbound heading home to Walnut Hills from downtown or driving north with an incredible view of […]

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The Docket: 3/21

Regional police blotters, reported and interpreted By Ehron Ostendorf Editor’s Choice Hot case A fire lieutenant responded to a car […]

The Docket: 8/30

Regional police blotters, reported and interpretedby By Ehron Ostendorf Feeding for two The owner of a store said a woman […]

Debate Forum: 8/23

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For rent Can Ohio’s national park be “leased” for drilling? By Sarah Sidlow Quick quiz: name the only national forest […]

On The Beat: 8/23

Roadside fruit stands, where art thou? By Jim Bucher Think the older you get, the more nostalgic. Guess it’s all […]

On Your Marc: 8/23

No character like McVie By Marc Katz I know, there were iconic entertainment groups that played early in their careers […]