Dayton Magazine

Category : October 2019

October 2019

Dayton Venue: Country Chic

Canopy Creek Farm in Miamisburg attracts more than weddingsBeth Langefels After a successful career with the Iams Co. Andy Chance of Miamisburg retired and immediately bought a pet food ingredient business—which he ended up selling. After that he found himself bored and, like many retirees, looking for the next opportunity. Chance and his wife, Danette, who [...]

October 2019

Sparking the Imagination

BBB shines the spotlight on millennials making a difference in businessBy Abby HofrichterBring up almost any cultural, socio-economic or business topic at a dinner and it is likely the conversation will, at some point, turn to millennials. Rather than focus on how millennials are changing the social media landscape or what once-gone fashion trends they’re resurrecting [...]

October 2019

The Season to Get Away

Fall is the ideal time for a quick trip to Indiana, Kentucky or TennesseeTo receive more articles from Dayton Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1l70sqL

October 2019

The Show Must Go On

A 60-year-old theater group finds home in SpringboroBy Laura LeavittActors and actresses learn to be many different people, wearing the hats they need to wear in order to get the job done. A plucky, can-do spirit is valuable in many contexts, but in live theater this spirit can create a legacy. Such is the case [...]

October 2019

Top 25 Things Every Daytonian Must Do

Whether helping out, dining out or just playing don’t miss these local attractions and activitiesBy Timothy WalkerTo receive more articles from Dayton Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1l70sqL

October 2019

Changing the Face of Dayton

Edwin D. Smith was the leading light in the ‘City of One Thousand Factories’By Leo DelucaOn Aug. 19, 1940, Orville Wright celebrated his 69th birthday in Dayton at the dedication of the Wright Brothers Memorial. As an homage to Dayton’s greatest sons, no expense was spared in the monument’s design. The Olmsted Brothers, the famed [...]

October 2019

A Bright Light

Warm Glow Candle Co. is thriving by embracing artisan communityBy Kevin MichellWhen Alan and Jackie Carberry moved from Valparaiso, Indiana, to Richmond, Indiana, in the opposite corner of the state neither foresaw their future in the business of selling candles. The origin of Warm Glow Candle Co. lies in the early 1990s when one of [...]

October 2019

Changing the Face of Dayton

Edwin D. Smith was the leading light in the ‘City of One Thousand Factories’By Leo DelucaOn Aug. 19, 1940, Orville Wright celebrated his 69th birthday in Dayton at the dedication of the Wright Brothers Memorial. As an homage to Dayton’s greatest sons, no expense was spared in the monument’s design. The Olmsted Brothers, the famed [...]

October 2019

Dayton Comment

Brimstone Haunt at Renaissance Park brings the high-intensity scares to those who dare enterBy Jim Bucher“The scariest moment is always just before you start.”—Author Stephen King Boy, ain’t that the truth, especially beginning a column. But I digress. In this case I’m talking about starting a journey through Brimstone Haunt. It’s the Miami Valley’s newest [...]

October 2019

Dayton Home

Ductless heating and cooling systems can solve cold or hot rooms in homesEric SpanglerTo receive more articles from Dayton Magazine sign-up for a complimentary subscription here: http://bit.ly/1l70sqL