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Dayton’s open house!

Urban Nights highlights urban living, art, food and fun  By Stacey Ritz  Photo: Dancing in the Street was one of the highlights of last fall’s Urban Nights. This spring, the event will feature dance entertainment on a stage at the International Street hotspot, on Second between Main and Jefferson. Urban Nights began in 2002 as a […]

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You pick 2!

The Dayton City Paper Mayoral Candidate Debate Introduction by Alex Culpepper Photo: [l to r] Dayton Mayoral Candidates: Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell, A.J. Wagner and Nan Whaley; photo credit: Andrew Thompson   In November, Daytonians will have the opportunity to decide who will take the helm as mayor of Dayton. Before that can happen, though, […]

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Tell the library board of trustees you want them to consider the Arcade!

If you wish for the library board of trustees to consider the Dayton Arcade as the possible future home of the main Downtown Dayton branch of the Dayton Metro Library, PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION! NOTE: Your personal email address will not be shared whatsoever. However, your name, city and state WILL appear at the bottom […]

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Debate Forum, 3/19

Debate Forum Center: Medicine or marketing?  By Alex Culpepper Doctors and pharmaceutical companies in the United States have worked together for a long time. After all, both are in the business of helping patients prevent, manage and even cure health problems. For the past several years, both have teamed up in another way to spread the […]

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Crossing the goal line

“Lombardi” at the Human Race Theatre By Jacqui Theobald Photo:  Edward Furs as Vince Lombardi in the Human Race Theatre’s production of “Lombardi”; photo credit: Scott J. Kimmins After the National Anthem, a man in an overcoat and hat walks slowly down stage and stops, regarding those in front of him. He carries, almost caresses […]

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Debate Forum, 1/8

Being attractive can lead to ugly termination  By Alex Culpepper Melissa Nelson of Iowa is a physically attractive woman. In fact, she’s so attractive that it led to her losing her job. Her former employer Dr. James Knight believed that her beauty and sexy clothes were powerful distractions that would one day tempt him to […]

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Apocalypse Survival Guide

A how-to for the end of days By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin As the end approaches, you may find yourself experiencing some anxiety regarding the perils that wait for you during the Apocalypse. To help put your mind at ease during this hectic time of doom, the staff at the Dayton City Paper has compiled the […]

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Cabin Fever

DCP writers’ confessions on Seasonal Affective Disorder Sweaty palms, dizziness, heart beating out of my chest, nausea, but yet I’m shivering. I need to run, get away, get away from wherever I am. I need to walk, feel the cool air on my face, tell myself everything is going to be OK and hope this […]

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Summer Polka

Polish Summer Fest proves Dayton’s diversity By Rusty Pate Our modern world rarely leaves much time to reflect on our roots. The day-to-day grind of work and family commitments don’t give us a chance to reflect on where we’ve come from. Immigrant communities once banded together in the brave new world of America and attempted […]

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WCSU-FM

Central State University Radio Jazzes Up Area for 50 Years By Khalid Moss Nestled behind the bramble in the southeast corner on the Central State University campus in Wilberforce, Ohio is a building that is home to an FM radio station with the call letters, WCSU-FM.  88.9 on your radio dial. The majority of residents […]

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Law & Disorder

The last word, Not the last laugh by A.J. Wagner In 1994, Justice Harry Blackmun, in the case of Callins […]

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – They didn’t see this coming? (1) German Rolf Buchholz, who owns the Guinness Book […]

Miamisburg goes to the dogs

Canine Carnival returns By Joyell Nevins Photo: The Canine Carnival takes place Sept. 21 at Riverfront park; photo: Casey Harshman The […]

Advice goddess

 Beard-death experience This adorable, smart, funny guy I’m dating was clean-shaven when we first met, but for the past three […]

Home. Grown. History.

Troy celebrates 200 years by Janell Ward Photo: A group of friends spends time in Troy in 1888; photo: Troy […]

Biplanes and barnstormers

WACO Museum Fly-In lands in Troy by Andy Hertel Photo: A row of vintage biplanes on display in Troy; photo: […]