Tag Archives: homegrown

A lack of Synergy?

The state of food businesses in the Gem City By Kevin J. Gray Photo: Synergy Incubator Co-Founder/Board Chair Tonia Fish (left) with the area’s chefs at the Edible Science event from this past November The state of Dayton’s food businesses has been a hot topic recently. The impetus for this heated debate stems from the city […]

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Changing disabilities into possibilities

We Care Arts celebrates 30 years  By Leo DeLuca   Photo: We Care Arts has helped clients such as Veronica [pictured] find a creative outlet for 30 years “Changing disabilities into possibilities through art.” That is the mission of We Care Arts (WCA), a local non-profit organization rooted in the belief that art has the power […]

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‘A community of learners’

UD Stander Symposium celebrates community and education By Emma Jarman Photo: University of Dayton students perform at the Schuster Center in 2012 during the Stander Symposium; photos courtesy University of Dayton  The Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium means many different things to many different people. For some University of Dayton students, it’s a day to showcase […]

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Needlewomen

Sew unique, sew chic – Sew Dayton By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: [l to r] Tracy McElfresh and Jesy Anderson at Sew Dayton. Photo credit: Mugshot Studios It’s just lying there. Draped casually, yet somehow dauntingly, over the back of a dining room chair. It’s The Mending Pile, and you’d just as soon chuck the whole […]

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Time to make the doughnuts … again

Evans Bakery returns to Old North Dayton  By Jordan C. Terrell At the second hour of the day, Jennifer Evans walks down her stairs to begin preparation. First, on the list: Doughnuts. Jennifer starts the mix, puts the doughnuts on the mixer, divides them, lets them rest, rolls them out, presses them and fries them. […]

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Saving face

Original West Side Wright Factory to be preserved  By Leo DeLuca The President of the United States continues to recognize Dayton, Ohio as the “Birthplace of Aviation.” In 2009, Barack Obama signed an act to expand the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Park to include the Wright Company factory – the oldest aircraft manufacturing facility in […]

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Vintage ideas, modern design

Daytonian Cayee’ delivers handmade products with vintage flair By Tim Anderl Nearly all holiday traditions share at least one commonality: fellowship. Just as the Native Americans invited the Pilgrims to feast on their bountiful harvest during the first Thanksgiving and Christians believe that the inn keeper in Bethlehem found room in his stable for Mary, […]

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Midwest movie hub?

Drawing the film industry to the Miami Valley By Kevin J. Gray Earlier this year, representatives from film advocacy groups in Dayton, Cincinnati and Cleveland joined forces in Columbus to persuade lawmakers to increase the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit, a substantial tax credit for films that shoot and hire within Ohio. The efforts worked […]

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Put sunshine in your pocket

UD grad students empower homeowners with smart data By Kevin J. Gray What if your utility company could tell you about your energy usage in as much detail as you get from your cell phone company? How could this change your life? This was the challenge that University of Dayton graduate students Mithun Mohan Nagabhairava, […]

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On the “threshold”

Stivers students create art in the public space By Kevin J. Gray The sculpture students at Stivers School for the Arts had a busy summer. Nine students, working with adjunct Sculptural Studies Director and local artist Ryan McCullough, designed, fabricated and placed a new outdoor sculpture made with more than one and a half tons […]

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Looking through a new lens

Meet the artist: Leah Stahl By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Leah Stahl, “Bootstrap Paradox” 2014, Photogram/Pharmaceutical Chemigram What the hell am I […]

Law & Disorder: Shoot first

Ask questions later By A.J. Wagner Justice belongs to God; men only have the law. Justice is perfect, but the […]

News of the weird

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Frontiers of flight Dutch inventors Bart Jansen and Arjen Beltman struck again recently when […]

Book sm(Art)

Rare Books impact new art at UD’s ArtStreet By Susan Byrnes Photo: Artist: Misty Thomas-Trout Books have long served as […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon To leech according to her needs My roommate’s girlfriend is unemployed and just hangs around our place all […]

News of the weird: 09/23/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – New frontiers in American vacuousness The WE cable network disclosed in August  it had […]