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ART’S ALIVE AT THE HAYNER The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is holding a community arts festival, “Art’s Alive at the Hayner,” on Saturday, August 4, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is located at 301 West Main Street in Troy. “Art’s Alive at the Hayner” will celebrate local and regional artists, as […]

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Destination Troy 5/22

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Kick-off is Here! One of the highlights of summer in Troy is Final Fridays. In addition to live music, the family-friendly event features a bounce house, face painting, a City of Troy fire truck, the library’s book mobile, and children’s activities. Many downtown businesses will host sidewalk sales and will stay open late during the […]

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Destination Troy 04/24

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The Troy Foundation Building is a highlight of the Downtown Walking Tour Downtown Troy Walking History Tour Returns Journey through downtown Troy as it once was on the Downtown Troy Walking History tours. Hosted by Troy Main Street and the Troy Local History Library, these tours offer a glimpse of what downtown Troy looked like […]

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It’s happening in Troy

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Jazz vocalist Vanessa Rubin Music at The Troy-Hayner Center The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is welcoming the arrival of spring with three diverse musical presentations. All events are free and open to the public. Kicking things off on March 24 is jazz vocalist Vanessa Rubin. The Cleveland native began her career singing in small clubs in […]

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Yoopers running amok

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Troy Civic Theatre presents Jeff Daniels’ “Escanaba in Da Moonlight” Jeff Bryant (seated), Paul Robinson (center) and Scott Atkinson (right) yoop it up in “Escanaba.” By Gary McBride Judging from the title, the Troy Civic Theatre’s new production “Escanaba in Da Moonlight” may sound romantic or exotic, however, the play is definitely not. Rather, it […]

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Dance your way into a new rhythm

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Troy-Haynor Cultural Center offers new 2018 dance classes Ronnie and Cindy Mullins in competitive dress dancing in the studio. By Megan Garrison Troy-Hayner Cultural Center alone is an impressive institution, add their dance classes, and you open Dayton up to new experiences. Leona Sargent who has been the Exhibit Coordinator since April 2014, is a […]

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Through generations

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The Carols of Christmas on display at Hayner Center Hayner Center’s halls elaborately decorated for the holidays By Tim Smith No trip to Troy during the Christmas season would be complete without a stop at The Troy Hayner Cultural Center to marvel at the various decorated rooms. Anyone who has ever visited the center this […]

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Haunted Troy

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The region’s paranormal hotbed Photo: Patrolmen John Stager (left) and Craig Synan (right) with Jack the Ripper (Tom Sowers) By Lisa Bennett Crisp autumn  leaves adorn sidewalks like works of colorful art and the comforting scents of cinnamon and spices dally outside coffee shops and bakeries. October is as a refreshing break from the heat […]

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A reel and a jig

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Irish dance invades Hobart Arena Photo: Elina Espy and Addyson Randolph take a break between rounds. By Terri Gordon The Hobart Arena has been the venue for a variety of entertainment—from the circus, to sports, to music—and on Oct. 14 and 15 it will host a back-to-back Feis Weekend put on by Dayton’s own Celtic Academy of […]

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For the record

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Roots on Vinyl exhibition is truly a wax museum Vinyls on display; photo: Terrilynn Meece By Gary Spencer It’s no secret that vinyl records are making a comeback in terms of popularity and availability. There’s something intangibly attractive about holding a 12” by 12” record jacket in hand, contemplating the artwork or lyrics printed inside […]

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When angels fed the troops

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Local historian Scott Trostel tells tales of WWII trackside canteens By Tim Walker Photo: Troops enjoy snacks and reading materials courtesy of volunteers from the Lima, Ohio, canteen, the longest operating canteen in the U.S. One of the city of Troy’s many hidden treasures is Scott Trostel—local historian, lecturer, painter, and the author of 38 […]

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Lady Injustice

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Troy rivalry takes turn for the worse By Joyell Nevins Photo: Lady Justice atop the Miami County Courthouse gazing over Troy, as she was intended tophoto: Mike Ullery The entire city of Troy is wringing their hands at the moment and looking to their northern neighbors. The iconic female statue of justice has been perched […]

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Ghostly Encounters & Around

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Local authors tell Troy’s ghost stories By Matt Clevenger Photo: Elks Lodge, 17 W. Franklin St., reportedly haunted by several ghosts; photo: Matt Clevenger To most observers, downtown Troy looks like an ordinary business district, filled with life and bustling with perfectly normal everyday activity. But the community has another, darker side as well; originally founded […]

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River monsters

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Wade War V hits Troy By Matt Clevenger Photo: NAPRA founder Pete Ziehler prepares to reel one in; photo: Amy Ziehler Anglers from all across the state of Ohio will meet in Troy Oct. 7, ready to spend a full weekend fishing the Great Miami River for charity as part of the annual Wade War […]

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A tale of two culinary cities

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Taste of Troy showcases mom and pop ops By Kevin Tucker Photo: Hit the streets for treats like chocolate shortcake in a cup at Taste of Troy Sept. 10 In Troy, it’s a tale of two culinary cities depending on your geographic location. Popular restaurant chains decorate the landscape near the interstate on the town’s […]

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The French connection

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Can-can across the world at Festival of Nations By Lisa Bennett Photo: Can-can dancer Madame Gigi teaches Gabrielle Dye, dressed in traditional French garb photo courtesy of Amorette Dye Imagine traveling from the far reaches of Bosnia on the Balkan Peninsula to the very southernmost part of Africaa to exotic India and beyond. What would […]

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Ready, Set, LEGO!

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Be prepared for LEGO dazzle and delight when the BrickUniverse Convention for LEGO Fans visits the Dayton Convention Center August […]

We all live in a ‘Yellow Submarine’

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Coinciding with the 50th anniversary and theatrical re-release of Yellow Submarine, animator Ron Campbell is bringing his Rock Art Show […]

Four headliners and more this week at Downtown’s Levitt

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Delhi 2 Dublin, Kyle Dillingham, Sol Driven Train, Lao Tizer Band Delhi 2 Dublin (l-r): Serena Eades, Sanjay Seran, Ravi […]

The Oregon’s Seafood Stalwart

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Carving out history Jay’s Seafood Restaurant is a longtime pillar of the Oregon District dining scene. It’s steeped in lore […]

Destination Yellow Springs

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Yellow Springs artist exhibited (times two) Yellow Springs painter Christine Klinger is showing her work at the Emporium/Underdog Café through […]