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Debate Forum 11/17/15

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Does Alma Matter? Should the University of Missouri’s president have resigned? By Tim Walker   In a move which calls to mind the 1960s and the days of civil rights unrest, anti-war protests and student activism, students attending the University of Missouri were recently successful in their demands that University of Missouri System President Tim […]

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Dirty deeds

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NYC’s Dirty Dishes to dish it out at Blind Bob’s By Gary Spencer Photo: Dirty Dishes will perform on Nov. 17 at Blind Bob’s Sometimes bands form in the strangest ways. Such is the case for Dirty Dishes, a New York City based, Boston formed duo comprised of Alex Molini (synth and bass) and Jenny […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 10/13

Heroes must be punished Mark Luedtke If you believe the mainstream media, the engineers at Volkswagen have been bad, bad boys. They cheated to get around U.S. emissions regulations. Not since Volkswagen made cars for Hitler has any car company been this evil. One News Page provides an example of how absurd the news coverage […]

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Pinkies down, thumbs…

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Would you drink wine from a can? Should you? By Mike Rosenberg Our neighbor, Christine the Pie Queen, relayed the results of a bit of work-related research performed by her loving hubby Jeff, both of whom you may remember from several write-ups over the years. Jeff had uncovered a series of videos produced by Union […]

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The eyes have it

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Yellow Springs’ Cyclops Fest attracts the unique By Tammy Newsom Photo: The annual Cyclops Fest takes place Sept. 12; photo: Stephanie Baker In Yellow Springs, for one day in September, a capricious mythological one-eyed creature opens the door to the locally grown, the handmade and the weird. Like the mythological Cyclops, many local entrepreneurs of […]

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Fat Girl Walking

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Author Brittany Gibbons on ‘Loving the absolute f— out of yourself’ By Amanda Dee Photo: Author Brittany Gibbons and her daughter Gigi get ready in the morning; photo: Andy Gibbons It took bearing three children, having sex for 365 consecutive days and stripping down to a swimsuit on national television for Swanton, Ohio, native Brittany […]

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The Docket 08/25/2015

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Amanda Dee Speed racer A woman called in to report a theft. Apparently, the “neighbor kid across the street” witnessed a white red-haired woman in a motorized wheelchair stop in front of the victim’s home, hop out, walk across the yard, steal a Superman beach […]

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Debate Forum: 08/25

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Use your core What exactly are we teaching our children? By Sarah Sidlow There’s a blissful, almost exciting moment when some nugget of information you learned in elementary school finally becomes applicable to the real world. It’s even more exciting when you not only remember the concept, but how to apply it. For those of […]

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The Docket: 08/11

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Amanda Dee   Pickup or delivery? Police were called in a report of three suspicious males lurking behind a pizza place, picking through the back of a pickup. One of the suspicious men confirmed he owned the truck, but when the officer ran the name […]

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Look! Up in the sky!

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Ohio Challenge Hot Air Balloon Festival returns to Middletown By Tony Baker Photo: An Earth-shaped World Balloon (the first hot air balloon to be digitally printed) and a ten-story Angry Bird are among the balloons on display; photo: Eric Haas Imagine heading down Route 4 early one summer morning. You’ve just stopped at the drive-thru […]

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Sexy strength

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Poles mark new territory for women By Amanda Dee Photo: Some pole dance students come for the workout, others come to learn about performance “Welcome to your new addiction.” The room is windowless. Blackness cushions you to your right, left, above. Below, the blackness sparkles in the light of chandeliers. The only one looking at […]

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“CROWNS” WEB EXTRA

[l-r] Costume designer David Covach, music director Scot Woolley and scenic designer Tamara L. Honesty. Photo courtesy of The Human Race Theatre Company

An interview with Set Designer Tamara Honesty and Costume Designer David Covach photo: [l-r] Costume designer David Covach, music director Scot Woolley and scenic designer Tamara L. Honesty. Photo courtesy of The Human Race Theatre Company. Review: Human Race rocks “Crowns” I sat down with Tammy and David to talk about their designers’ process for “Crowns” […]

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Ask Rocco: 06/16

Vitamin supplements doctors won’t talk about By Rocco Castellano By now, everyone knows my wife is having a baby. It’s literally three weeks away, and I’m just getting around to writing this. A couple of weeks back I wrote about the idiocy of the medical professional when it comes to folate and folic acid. I […]

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My brother asks about Ali-Liston 2 pt. 2

Ali-Liston II : May 25, 1965 Considering that he had proven to himself that he could slay the giant, Ali was much more confident going into the second Liston fight. Liston however, was very concerned for reasons that were above and beyond getting slapped the ring for fifteen rounds like a Catholic school boy, if […]

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The singer and the song

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Jason Isbell and Dwight Yoakam to play Rose Music Center By Rusty Pate Photo: Jason Isbell will open for Dwight Yoakam June 5 at The Rose Music Center in Huber Heights The singer-songwriter has become a mythic figure in modern popular music. The songs of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Townes Van Zandt and Joni Mitchell […]

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Earnie Shavers Power pt. 1

Let me start off by saying this guy could write a golf ball through a garden hose. He clearly doesn’t know s- about boxing, and the fact that he’s got a blog or alternatively is writing on someone’s boxing blog is categorical proof that the average intellectual level of published content is about that of my […]

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Did you know that the Humane Society of Greater Dayton (HSGD) has been “Finding Great Homes For Great Pets” since […]

Catfé society in St. Anne’s Hill

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Last spring I wrote a piece introducing readers to a Dayton first: The Gem City Catfé, which officially opened its […]

The new Splash Moraine?

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What happens when you have dogs leaping through the air, splashing into a pool and swimming frantically after a toy? […]