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America’s position statement: life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness
 Information spreads from our shore to all points of the known and unknown world within seconds. Anyone with a basic understanding of the Internet can have “information” in a matter of seconds. Yet, after all this time as living, breathing beings, Americans are forgetting the position statement most of us learned by heart in grade...

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Information spreads from our shore to all points of the known and unknown world within seconds. Anyone with a basic understanding of the Internet can have “information” in a matter of seconds. Yet, after all this time as living, breathing beings, Americans are forgetting the position statement most of us learned by heart in grade...
Watch these two Dayton-area pastors crush it on CBS game show ‘Candy Crush’
 A pair of gospel preaching buddies with a love of ‘90s rap can add crushing candy to their list of adventures they’ve shared. An episode of CBS’s “Candy Crush,” the TV show featuring Cedarville residents, best friends, workout partners and  pastors Ken Winter and Evan Wicker, will air at 9 p.m. Sunday, Aug...

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A pair of gospel preaching buddies with a love of ‘90s rap can add crushing candy to their list of adventures they’ve shared. An episode of CBS’s “Candy Crush,” the TV show featuring Cedarville residents, best friends, workout partners and pastors Ken Winter and Evan Wicker, will air at 9 p.m. Sunday, Aug...
3 reasons to go to the African American Cultural Festival 
 A legendary Dayton funk band and a nationally-known R&B singer are among those set to entertain revelers at the ninth annual Dayton African American Cultural Festival. The free, family-friendly festival will be held  12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19 at Island MetroPark, 101 E. Helena St. in Dayton, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday...

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A legendary Dayton funk band and a nationally-known R&B singer are among those set to entertain revelers at the ninth annual Dayton African American Cultural Festival. The free, family-friendly festival will be held  12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19 at Island MetroPark, 101 E. Helena St. in Dayton, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday...
This AMAZING lunch platter is just one reason to try Olive Mediterranean Grill
 Nope, it is not an ‘urban dive.’  This Olive has shawarma written all over it.  Olive Mediterranean Grill, located at 6129 N. Dixie Dr. in Harrison Twp., has built a reputation on its delicious cuisine since opening roughly two years ago. It has quickly become known as one of the best Mediterranean eateries in the...

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Nope, it is not an ‘urban dive.’  This Olive has shawarma written all over it.  Olive Mediterranean Grill, located at 6129 N. Dixie Dr. in Harrison Twp., has built a reputation on its delicious cuisine since opening roughly two years ago. It has quickly become known as one of the best Mediterranean eateries in the...
Oregon District restaurant under repair, offering sandwich special
 An Oregon District restaurant is hoping a pulled pork special will pull in customers despite little paint and brick work.  Nat Mendenhall says Blind Bob’s Bar will remain open while repair work is done to a wall.  “I'm hoping the mortar work on that wall is complete tomorrow (Aug. 18), and it's getting painted next Sunday...

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An Oregon District restaurant is hoping a pulled pork special will pull in customers despite little paint and brick work.  Nat Mendenhall says Blind Bob’s Bar will remain open while repair work is done to a wall.  “I'm hoping the mortar work on that wall is complete tomorrow (Aug. 18), and it's getting painted next Sunday...
The delicious dishes you HAVE to try at Bacon Fest 2017
 You can almost smell the bacon in the air.  The fifth annual Bacon Fest will take over the Fraze Pavilion, 695 Lincoln Park Boulevard in Kettering, with porky fun from 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 20.  The event sponsored by the Fraze and Miami Valley Restaurant Raiders — a monthly “foodie” group that visits local...

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You can almost smell the bacon in the air.  The fifth annual Bacon Fest will take over the Fraze Pavilion, 695 Lincoln Park Boulevard in Kettering, with porky fun from 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 20.  The event sponsored by the Fraze and Miami Valley Restaurant Raiders — a monthly “foodie” group that visits local...
You've got to see this Dayton park’s amazing transformation
 When in doubt, put a flower on it.  A little elbow grease, a whole lot of paint and a lot of flowers sure did work wonders at Nordale Park in Dayton’s Belmont neighborhood. As we told you just a few days ago, The Mural Machine and the Belmont Eastmont Hearthstone Community Council planned to team to transform ...

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When in doubt, put a flower on it.  A little elbow grease, a whole lot of paint and a lot of flowers sure did work wonders at Nordale Park in Dayton’s Belmont neighborhood. As we told you just a few days ago, The Mural Machine and the Belmont Eastmont Hearthstone Community Council planned to team to transform ...
Here’s what you need to know about Porchfest 2017: Dayton’s newest festival
 If the porch is rocking, pull up a lawn chair and sit a while.  Organizers are finalizing plans for the first ever Dayton Porchfest, which will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26 in Dayton’s St. Anne’s Hill neighborhood.   The festival’s “AfterFest” will be held at Fifth...

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If the porch is rocking, pull up a lawn chair and sit a while.  Organizers are finalizing plans for the first ever Dayton Porchfest, which will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26 in Dayton’s St. Anne’s Hill neighborhood.   The festival’s “AfterFest” will be held at Fifth...
10 popular hip-hop songs that sample Dayton funk music
 Dayton may not be the birthplace of hip hop, but we sure helped make it funky. Google celebrated the 44th anniversary of the hip hop movement on Aug. 11, 2017.  To put it funky, hip hop would be a lot more square without samples from the Land of Funk thanks to the Ohio Players, Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame, Zapp, Faze-O, Heatwave...

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Dayton may not be the birthplace of hip hop, but we sure helped make it funky. Google celebrated the 44th anniversary of the hip hop movement on Aug. 11, 2017.  To put it funky, hip hop would be a lot more square without samples from the Land of Funk thanks to the Ohio Players, Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame, Zapp, Faze-O, Heatwave...
Bugged? Here’s why mosquitoes in the Dayton area may be more plentiful -- and vicious
 You’re minding your own business when the attackers come into your backyard like bloodthirsty thieves in the night. They attack arms and legs, elbows and even toes with tube-like mouths. Mosquitoes are creepy jerks alright.  And Suzanne Mills-Wasniak of the Ohio State Extension's Montgomery County office said you might...

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You’re minding your own business when the attackers come into your backyard like bloodthirsty thieves in the night. They attack arms and legs, elbows and even toes with tube-like mouths. Mosquitoes are creepy jerks alright.  And Suzanne Mills-Wasniak of the Ohio State Extension's Montgomery County office said you might...
Where to park for the GermanFest Picnic 
 Parking? No problem.  Organizers of Dayton Liederkranz-Turner’s Germanfest Picnic and the RTA have it all figured out for you.  You can park on the street — meters will be free  — or you can use one of the RTA’s free shuttle for the three-day, downtown festival set to kick off at...

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Parking? No problem.  Organizers of Dayton Liederkranz-Turner’s Germanfest Picnic and the RTA have it all figured out for you.  You can park on the street — meters will be free  — or you can use one of the RTA’s free shuttle for the three-day, downtown festival set to kick off at...
Dayton newspaper publisher stepping down for nonprofit job in Columbus
 A well-known Dayton newspaper publisher is stepping down to work for a nonprofit in Columbus.  Carol Clark, the Dayton Business Journal’s president and publisher since March of 2011, is leaving Dayton to work for Equitas Health, the Dayton-based organization formerly known as AIDS Resource Center Ohio, a letter from Equitas...

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A well-known Dayton newspaper publisher is stepping down to work for a nonprofit in Columbus.  Carol Clark, the Dayton Business Journal’s president and publisher since March of 2011, is leaving Dayton to work for Equitas Health, the Dayton-based organization formerly known as AIDS Resource Center Ohio, a letter from Equitas...
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