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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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Subtracting Additives

Go Organic Without Breaking Bank By Megan Garrison I admit that most people, when they hear the term “organic,” immediately think healthy, tasteless and expensive. And to be honest, who wouldn’t? The whole point of organic food is that is it not processed, not supplemented and, overall, not altered genetically. Over the course of the […]

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Forum Left, 5/8/12

Pandering to a Fundamentalist Minority By Marianne Stanley The irony of this whole thing is that Jennifer Tyrrell’s removal from the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is based on utter disrespect and exclusion, contrary to the founding principles of the BSA, as enunciated in 1908 by its founder, British general Robert Baden-Powell.  Two years later, […]

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Forum Center, 5/8/12

Boy Scouts of America Removes Lesbian Troop Leader The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is one of the largest private youth organizations in the United States. The organization’s fundamental policies are very conservative and would not be considered by most to be politically correct.  The BSA has policies that not only prohibit atheists and agnostics […]

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Pop-up Shops

New Businesses Occupy Vacant Storefronts via Activated Spaces By Shanon Potts The NCAA First Four festivities may have left town for the year, but there’s a full-court press in downtown Dayton. It’s called the Greater Downtown Dayton Plan. The big news: the plan’s implementation team needs a deeper bench, so get up and go out […]

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A Lust for Good Sound

New Albums to Enjoy This Spring By Benjamin Smith I dig sex. Sex is good (usually). It is also synonymous with this season, at least in my mind: warmer weather, less clothing, longer nights. Listen to the birdsong at dawn — you know why the robins chirp. Nature is buzzed and ready to get some. […]

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Come On, Hit Me … Hit Me Again …

When It’s Okay to Start Swinging By Jordan Terrell With a cobra cane as a crutch, Joe Miller, owner of Vision MMA Dayton, paces around the worn mats giving advice on punching techniques as Travis Thaxton and Mike Powell spar. Vision Dayton, a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) gym, is currently under transformation. The gym moved […]

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“Going Once, Going Twice … Gone!”

Dayton Visual Arts Center’s Annual Art Auction By Meghan Dillon On Friday, April 27, the Dayton art community will once again descend upon the Dayton Visual Arts Center’s (DVAC) Annual Art Auction. The event brings together Dayton artists, art advocates and art connoisseurs to celebrate the best visual arts the region has to offer. Like […]

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Saving Dayton’s Neighborhoods

Challenging Times Require Citizens To Go Back To Basics By Mayor Gary D. Leitzell Back around 2002, the City of Dayton administration began focusing its attention on developing the downtown area. Back then, it made a lot of sense — let people invest in the neighborhoods while government focused on the core. However, the reality […]

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Let’s go to the movies

Miamisburg Plaza Theatre now showing! By Gary Spencer From time to time, something old and long forgotten is revisited and […]

Be Well, Marsha 2/9/16

Another one bites By Marsha Bonhart Okay everybody, there’s a new bug in town and the World Health Organization (WHO) […]

Gettin’ funky with it

Amy Kollar Anderson makes vivid art full-time By Bill Franz Exactly a year after she left her job as gallery […]

Climate UPHEAVAL

ArtStreet introduces next installation in IAN series By Joyell Nevins Art is not just meant to be looked at; it’s […]

Be Well, Marsha 2/2/16

Forget me not by Marsha Bonhart In my much younger, other life, I was a model. I never graced the […]

Flying high on the ground

Troy’s WACO Museum offers classes, camps, robotics and more By Tim Walker WACO—pronounced like “taco”—was the name of the WACO […]