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On Your Marc: 8/16

Sports music By Marc Katz If you read Dayton City Paper regularly, you probably know of Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg. If you only read this column, you don’t know anything about her at all. Neal Gittleman introduced us, though it’s a story. It’s like one of those Donald Trump stories – I know her well, except, I […]

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At 56, Browning can still bring it

ON YOUR MARC By Marc Katz It’s a little lonely without Tom Browning hanging around as pitching coach of the local Class A Midwest League team, but he says he had to take a year off to take care of some personal matters and suspects he’ll return as soon as he can. Media members have […]

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Bark better than bite

On Your Marc Katz by Marc Ka OK, I’m relatively new to this, writing about pets. I don’t have one, and hardly ever did except for a brief period during my childhood when my two brothers and I had a dog for about a year who became too big for the yard, was given away […]

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On Your Marc: 7/26

I choose you, Ball of Fame By Marc Katz Pokemon GO? Really? You need a cell phone. You need a location. What the heck are you looking for, anyway? And when you find it, what do you have? “Travel between the real world and the virtual world of Pokemon with Pokemon GO for iPhone and […]

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On Your Marc: 7/19

Be careful where you launder By Marc Katz Not to go all profiling on you, but there is a reason why restaurants are sometimes named after the kinds of food they serve. You go to a Chinese restaurant to eat Chinese food. You go to an Italian restaurant for Italian food, and so on. I […]

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On Your Marc: 7/12/16

Grove blossomed as a pitcher, not talker By Marc Katz Did I ever tell you about the time I spoke with Hall of Fame pitcher Lefty Grove? It wasn’t much of a conversation. I said hello and told him who I was and what I wanted to talk about. He knew I knew who he […]

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On Your Marc: 7/5/16

An unassisted score By Marc Katz So it’s the Sizzling Summer Sex Issue, and I’m supposed to come up with a column about love and sex, like it’s a story that doesn’t come up at home all the time. Love doesn’t always have to be spoken, but it should always be there, like doing the […]

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On Your Marc: 6/28/16

Woody Hayes and politics by Marc Katz So I’m in the sports office at a ridiculous time of the morning–1:45 a.m.–and, of course, I can’t remember what I was doing there, but I didn’t and still don’t drink or do drugs, so I wasn’t lost. This was pre-computer/cellphone days, which was a time when dinosaurs […]

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On Your Marc: 6/21/16

 First Dayton keeps playing By Marc Katz If I told you Keith Byars, Jeff Graham and Michael McCray were all standout baseball players for First Dayton’s Little League, would you believe me? Or even remember? All went on to play standout football at Ohio State, and Byars and Graham had pro careers as well. Except […]

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On Your Marc: 6/7/16

On a brush of greatness, Muhammad Ali By Marc Katz I could lie to you and tell you I’ve got all these personal Muhammad Ali stories, which I don’t. But I do know some people who brushed up against Ali’s fame before his fame reached its apex, and I know Ali held a boxing exhibition […]

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Law & Disorder: The Docket 5/23

By Michelle Strauss Wii the people A woman decided to go outside to take her evening smoke. Inside her residence, […]

The Docket: 5/16

Short relationships, long fights A woman and her ex-boyfriend decided they needed to meet and discuss their breakup. The woman […]

Law and Disorder: The Docket 5/9

40 oz. fight A woman was hanging out with friends when they all decided to buy some beer. She knew […]

The Docket: 5/2

Cupcake capers A man walked into a store and headed to the cupcake section. The owner suspected there would be […]

Law & Disorder: 4/25

Broken brandy bottle A family left for church in the morning. When they returned, they noticed their motion-sensor alarm system […]