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Attack of the Pod People!!!

Yellow Cab hosts first ever Dayton Podfest By Rusty Pate Follow me kids, down the path to yesteryear, back to a time when phones were attached to walls and spoken into. Televisions had dials and a dozen channels, if you were lucky. Movies were only made by huge studios with equipment that cost more than […]

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It’s a bird? It’s a plane? It’s both!

Flying the SR-71 Blackbird By Mark Luedtke Photo: The fabled SR-71 Blackbird will be the subject of discussion at the Engineers Club on Friday, Feb. 22 The SR-71 Blackbird is one of the most captivating aircraft in history. Designed by the Skunk Works division of Lockheed, the aircraft first took flight in 1964 and was finally […]

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Robots among us

A hands-on learning experience at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force  By Jennifer Hannauer Lumpkin The future is nigh, and the future has robots. We all saw this coming, but do we really understand how ingratiated robots have already become in our society and how advanced they truly are? Sure, we remember fondly […]

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Are you ready for some LEGOS?!

FIRST LEGO League: Excitement for Science and Technology at Boonshoft By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin For some, fall means colorful foliage, warm sweaters and the autumn harvest. For others it means football, family holidays and back-to-school. And for a steadily growing group of science-savvy students, mentors, coaches and volunteers, Fall means the season kick-off for FIRSTâ […]

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The Incredible Journeys

Pilots N Paws volunteers deliver pets to loving homes By Tim Anderl Though a routine flight to a destination a few hours from home doesn’t create much trepidation for a seasoned pilot like Michael Green, the trip may be a matter of life and death for his passengers.  Green often flies volunteer missions for Pilots […]

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The New Face of Manufacturing in Dayton

The Advantages of Fiber Reinforced Polymer By Mark Luedtke Who said manufacturing is dead in Dayton? Composite Advantage, located on Kiser Street in Old North Dayton, recently unveiled its newest pedestrian bridge in D.C. as part of the city’s sustainability initiative. But this isn’t like bridges of the past. It’s made of fiberglass composite. Scott […]

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Pop-up Shops

New Businesses Occupy Vacant Storefronts via Activated Spaces By Shanon Potts The NCAA First Four festivities may have left town for the year, but there’s a full-court press in downtown Dayton. It’s called the Greater Downtown Dayton Plan. The big news: the plan’s implementation team needs a deeper bench, so get up and go out […]

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Seed you there!

40 years of Troy’s Strawberry Festival (a berry good year!) By Emma Jarman Forty years ago, a small group of […]

On Your Marc: 5/24/16

A passing brush with No. 1 Bush By Marc Katz There’s a fascination with being No. 1, and since I’m […]

Vitality Check: 5/24/16

WTF: Genetically modified mosquitoes By Rocco Castellano This week’s column is going to sound like it’s coming right out of […]

On Your Marc: 5/17/16

Some moments at Hara By Marc Katz I can spin a funny story about this now. but in 1996 it […]

Sew what?

I Make Things Because I Must explores the value of homemade at YSAC By Jimaur Calhoun Sometimes in art, a […]

Vitality Check: 5/17/16

Estrogen: the enemy among us By Rocco Castellano About a year ago, I wrote a column called “Soy Meets World” […]