Dayton Public Schools

Stivers slays their audience with “Little Shop of Horrors”

My best friend loves musicals and we’ve been going to the Schuster for the Broadway series. Those tickets aren’t cheap. The shows are great, the venue is amazing. But, here’s a little tip for my readers, buy your tickets to the Stivers School for the Performing Arts production of “Little Shop of Horrors” for Saturday Read More

Who to vote for: Dayton Public School Board- and why

This post is late. Mostly because I’ve been trying to get a crazy dangerous lawyer locked up before he shoots someone- and because I have to respond to a Federal Court motion trying to pretend that the FBI and the DOJ aren’t two parts of the same doughnut. More on those- and the outrageous miscarriage Read More

No qualifications needed to be on Dayton Public School Board

I’m going to post this video of Dayton Public School Board Vice President Will Smith. I’m not going to comment. I’m not going to transcribe. This was posted to Facebook Aug 7 at 6:21 PM by “Dexter Clay Morris”- “Lmao I’ve always been Will Smith Hype Man  Bruh get me hype tho. Got a very Read More

Youtube doesn’t want you to know about the chaos at Thurgood Marshall High School

Apparently- it’s ok to show the life being squeezed out of George Floyd, or pepper spraying people in restraints at the Montgomery County Jail, or even a fight at Ponitz where a teacher was dragged down the hall, but showing a melee at Thurgood Marshall High School yesterday, is violating the Youtube Terms of Service. Read More

RIP citizen comments- victim of COVID or just too damn inconvenient?

Ohio has “Sunshine Laws” that are supposed to help provide transparency in government. Yet, for those of us who try to collaborate or suggest ideas to elected leaders, the place to do it was during “citizen comments” during public meetings. While the sunshine laws are toothless in Ohio- and force citizens to expend copious effort Read More

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