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Shift to local, shift to success

The Dayton Food Summit at University of Dayton River campus  By Joyell Nevins   Photo: Locally grown vegetable harvests from farm and city gardens maintained by Olive, and urban dive; photo: Olive restaurant The Montgomery County Food Policy Coalition wants the people of Dayton and beyond to make a shift. They are pushing for “safe, healthy […]

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GTFO!

Dayton: The Outdoor Adventure Capital of the Midwest  By Amy Forsthoefel   Photo: MetroParks’ Mountain Biking Area (MoMBA) at Huffman MetroPark, John Bryan State Park and Caesar Creek State Park feature miles of sweet single track mountain biking trails When people think of Dayton, Ohio, there are certain iconic attributes many can easily call to mind. […]

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Go a shade greener

EarthFest 2013 at Garden Station By Jennifer Hanauer Lumpkin Photo: Eighth grader Elizabeth Nieck will conduct a discussion on raising backyard chickens during Garden Station’s EarthFest 2013 celebration on Saturday, April 20 For nearly five years, Garden Station has been adding to the beauty and sustainability of urban Dayton from their friendly nook along the Wayne […]

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One Stop Shops

Regional Farmer’s Markets: Convenient, Friendly, Local By Megan Garrison It’s a beautiful Saturday afternoon. You’ve been given a chance to sleep in and enjoy the morning at your own pace. The kids, or your roommate, are still asleep. It’s one of those perfect summer days, and you get to thinking about errands. You need to […]

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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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Hot Air

Local hydrogen production company makes clean energy a gas By Jason Webber Stepping into the machine-filled offices of Millenium Reign Energy feels like entering a mad scientist lab from a 50s B-movie. But to Chris McWhinney the only thing “mad” is the world’s continuing dependence upon fossil fuels. And he’s had enough. That’s where the […]

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Living Vicariously

Beavercreek native helps establish ‘eco-contemporary’ fashion brand By Nicole Wroten As a kid growing up in Beavercreek, Eric Adams never really dreamt he’d one day have a career in fashion. In fact, for most of his childhood, he never really knew what he wanted to be when he grew up. After graduating from Beavercreek High […]

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news of the weird: 10/28

by Chuck Shephard Lead Story – Eye of the beholder The Osiligi Maasai Warrior choir, from Kenya, in ornate, mystifying […]

The hands-on headless horseman

Zoot Reboots for “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” By Jacqui Theobald Photo: C.J. Suchyta and Natalie Houliston display Ichabod at a Zoot […]

The Docket

Strange, but true: Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove Editor’s Choice: Saucy and stalk-y After […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon Knight Terrors I’m a woman in my early 30s. I was one of the employees who got […]

Putting the ‘boo’ in book

Inside Troy’s haunted bookstore By Matt Bayman Photo: Around About Books is located at 8 W. Main St. in Troy […]

News of the weird 10/21

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Signs of the times “Selfie fever” has begun to sully the sacred Islamic pilgrimages to […]