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Dayton Style

Downtown Hamilton offers shoppers chance to buy unique itemsBy Laura LeavittDowntown Hamilton is abloom with new shops and restaurants these days; whether you explore Main Street on the west side of the river or cross the bridge to wander High Street you’ll find impressive public art as you browse for beauty, style, comfort and coziness. [...]

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Entertainment Springs Eternal

An Indiana resort town contains incredible year-round events and attractionsBy Kevin MichellThe towns of French Lick and West Baden Springs are nestled in southern Indiana’s Orange County, set in a 25-square-mile square cut out of the Hoosier National Forest’s northern arm. There, visitors can find a plethora of natural, historic and modern entertainment in and [...]

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Get Organized

Learn to purge first and then arrange what’s leftEric SpanglerSo you’ve finally decided it’s time to organize the closet in your bedroom, or your garage, storage room, pantry, basement, etc. But it seems so daunting. There’s just so much. Where do you even start? Start with taking a deep breath, says Tami Doling, owner of [...]

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Making a Scene

The arts are flourishing in Dayton thanks in no small part to the Victoria Theatre AssociationBy Kevin MichellJust a stone’s throw away from downtown Dayton’s riverfront stands a cultural institution that is still going strong after over 150 years. Through the years, the Victoria Theatre Association has grown well beyond the building on First and [...]

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The Tradition Continues

Dayton Celtic Festival set for its 18th year on July 26-28Eric SpanglerFor the second straight year the Dayton Celtic Festival is going to the dogs— Irish wolfhounds, to be exact. That’s because a local group of Irish wolfhound owners will bring their gentle giants—the tallest of all American Kennel Club breeds—to the free festival to [...]

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Years of Comfort

Logan AC & Heat Services keeping Ohioans happy for half a centuryBy Tim WalkerThe weather here in the Buckeye State can be… well, a bit tricky, to say the least. If you’re venturing out the date on the calendar might suggest you grab a wool cap or a heavy coat, but if you’re not checking [...]

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A Quirky Look

NFL celebrating Dayton’s role in historic beginning 100 years ago By Beth Langefels The National Football League (NFL) was founded Aug. 20, 1920, and few people know that the first game was played right here in our hometown of Dayton at Triangle Park in October of that same year. The Dayton Triangles football team was [...]

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Dayton Upfront

Jaxon corn meal mush a staple of the Gem City for more than 100 yearsBy Jennifer Patterson LorenzettiIf you are like many Midwesterners you may enjoy a breakfast of fried corn meal mush topped with warm maple syrup. Or, maybe you prefer polenta, used as a base in many savory recipes or simply broiled with [...]

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A Comprehensive Provider

Family benefits from a range of programs and services at United Rehabilitation ServicesBy Ginny McCabeUnited Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton at the Charles D. Berry Center continues to impact thousands of lives through compassion, care and the scope of specialized services it provides. “(United Rehabilitation Services) is truly the most comprehensive provider of services for [...]