Leter from the Editor

Hidden gems galore in Dayton’s dining scene.

Natasha Baker

In this issue we are proud to announce the inductees of Dayton Magazine’s first Business Hall of Fame. These important innovators, entrepreneurs, mentors and key players in the Dayton business community are helping to shape the future of our area.

Ever wonder what really goes on at Hamvention? Find out in this edition. You’ll also learn about the historic Carillon Bell Tower, meet a local builder going green and see what we found out when we went a little deeper into the Montgomery County Fairgrounds deal.

The Style page goes north to a unique store in Tipp City that specializes in upcycling, while our Arts feature heads to Springboro for a different spin on the “dinner and show” concept.

Don’t miss all your favorite features and don’t forget to visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/daytonmagazine and on our website at thedaytonmagazine.com for even more.

— Natasha Baker

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