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Click here for great health apps

BY MICHAEL ROIZEN, M.D., AND MEHMET OZ, M.D. We’re big fans of health apps, those clever little programs that convert your smartphone or tablet into a stress reliever, workout buddy, healthy eating log, even a personal assistant that tracks your blood pressure, blood sugar, vision, sleep and a lot more. But with 40,000-plus to choose […]

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Miss Maha and the CIty

GermanFest Picnic, FilmDayton Festival and more August events By Maha Kashani Summer is in full swing and, personally, I’m having the time of my life! July was full of amazing food, fun and adventure with the chance to hang loose during Call of the Tropics, to try Ride the River kayak rentals, to be electrified […]

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Come-back Style

Appreciating Iconic Shopping in Dayton History By Brian P. Sharp To answer that…we must first know if there ever was?   When I was a child, shopping meant going downtown.  I remember fondly getting on the bus with my Grandmother and heading downtown.  I learned the fine art of shopping from my Grandma Betty and Aunt […]

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Miss Maha and the City

Fashion week, Ride the  RIver, and more summer events By Maha Kashani As we move into the second half of 2012, I am reminded once again that the older I get, the faster time flies! The first half of the year was great, especially with 80 degree weather in March, but I have a sneaking […]

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Miss Maha’s June

Welcome to Maha’s Third Year with the DCP! By Maha Kashani My dearest readers, let me start by saying a BIG thank you. This June marks the two-year anniversary of MMATC. Wow, I honestly can’t believe I am writing the 25th edition of my column.  I’ve thoroughly appreciated the unique opportunity to share my passion […]

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Miss Maha’s April

Fun Things To Do Around Dayton This Month By Maha Kashani Well, it finally happened. I turned 29, which means I am now less than 1 year away from being 30, which means … Um … what does that mean? I guess I’m not sure, but what I can say is that I’ve had a […]

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Do It Yourself, Dayton

Creative Projects to Vamp Up A Dull Scenario By Kate Eviston DIY projects are springing up faster than wildflowers. The idea originally stemmed from home improvement projects in the ‘50s but has grown vastly to include décor, art and style.  When I see something I like, I instinctively want to buy it.  But why not […]

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The Trenchant Art of James Pate

Kin Killin’ Kin and Attack By Jud Yalkut The masterful African American artist James Pate was born in Birmingham, Alabama, but raised in Cincinnati where he earned a scholarship to attend the Art Academy there through a Corbett Award. After attending Central State University and continuing to self-educate himself, he has since been a recipient […]

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The Jury Process

Behind the Scenes of the 22cd Annual Works on Paper By Shayna McConville Beyond merely creating a piece of art, an artist has to navigate a situation in which to showcase his/her work to an audience.  Often, that situation is in a gallery or a museum, and often it is alongside many other artists.  A […]

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The Sugar Straits

The Effects of False Energy on American Culture By Caroline Shannon-Karasik I am a healthy person. I work out and eat my veggies, and do all of those things healthy people are supposed to do. But I also have a pretty tight-knit relationship with sugar. It hit me one day when I was baking and […]

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news of the weird: 10/28

by Chuck Shephard Lead Story – Eye of the beholder The Osiligi Maasai Warrior choir, from Kenya, in ornate, mystifying […]

The hands-on headless horseman

Zoot Reboots for “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” By Jacqui Theobald Photo: C.J. Suchyta and Natalie Houliston display Ichabod at a Zoot […]

The Docket

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove Editor’s Choice: Saucy and stalk-y After […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon Knight Terrors I’m a woman in my early 30s. I was one of the employees who got […]

Putting the ‘boo’ in book

Inside Troy’s haunted bookstore By Matt Bayman Photo: Around About Books is located at 8 W. Main St. in Troy […]

News of the weird 10/21

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Signs of the times “Selfie fever” has begun to sully the sacred Islamic pilgrimages to […]