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Dracula: Dayton Ballet's premiere of classic story heads to historic 'Victoria Theatre'
 A world premiere ballet based on Bram Stoker’s Gothic horror novel “Dracula” will kick off the Dayton Ballet’s 2016-17 season.      The Signature event for the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance will blend the classic story and characters with a fresh plot and features a new musical score, new choreography...

3:20 PM Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016

A world premiere ballet based on Bram Stoker’s Gothic horror novel “Dracula” will kick off the Dayton Ballet’s 2016-17 season.      The Signature event for the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance will blend the classic story and characters with a fresh plot and features a new musical score, new choreography...
Blue Star Mothers need treats for the troops

4:00 AM Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016

Here’s your chance to make a difference in the lives of those who are currently serving in the military. The Miami Valley chapter of Blue Star Mothers is holding its annual “TREATS for TROOPS” event. The organization routinely sends care packages to our deployed military. Its mission is to support all troops, veterans and...
Donate some of your candy, supplies to support troops
 Here’s your chance to make a difference in the lives of those who are currently serving in the military.   The Miami Valley chapter of Blue Star Mothers is holding its annual “TREATS for TROOPS” event. The organization routinely sends care packages to our deployed military. Its mission is to support all troops, veterans...

3:08 PM Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016

Here’s your chance to make a difference in the lives of those who are currently serving in the military.   The Miami Valley chapter of Blue Star Mothers is holding its annual “TREATS for TROOPS” event. The organization routinely sends care packages to our deployed military. Its mission is to support all troops, veterans...
'Jersey Boys' are back at the Schuster this week
 The boys are back by popular demand. Jersey Boys, the popular musical based on the lives of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, returns to the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center from Oct. 18-23 for eight performances. Count on hits from the ’60s and ’70s including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don&rsquo...

12:54 AM Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

The boys are back by popular demand. Jersey Boys, the popular musical based on the lives of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, returns to the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center from Oct. 18-23 for eight performances. Count on hits from the ’60s and ’70s including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don&rsquo...
Dracula heads to Victoria Theatre
 A world premiere ballet based on Bram Stoker’s Gothic horror novel “Dracula” will kick off the Dayton Ballet’s 2016-17 season. “Dracula: Bloodlines,” on stage at the Victoria Theatre the weekend of Oct. 21-23, is the perfect lead-up to Halloween this year. The Signature event for the Dayton Performing Arts...

12:37 AM Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

A world premiere ballet based on Bram Stoker’s Gothic horror novel “Dracula” will kick off the Dayton Ballet’s 2016-17 season. “Dracula: Bloodlines,” on stage at the Victoria Theatre the weekend of Oct. 21-23, is the perfect lead-up to Halloween this year. The Signature event for the Dayton Performing Arts...
‘Jersey Boys’ returns to the Schuster Center
 We guarantee you’ll come out humming! Jersey Boys, the popular musical based on the lives of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, returns to the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Preforming Arts Center from Oct. 18-23 for eight performances. Count on hits from the ’60s and ’70s including “Sherry,” “Big Girls...

2:26 AM Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

We guarantee you’ll come out humming! Jersey Boys, the popular musical based on the lives of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, returns to the Benjamin and Marian Schuster Preforming Arts Center from Oct. 18-23 for eight performances. Count on hits from the ’60s and ’70s including “Sherry,” “Big Girls...
How you can support children, adults with autism
 The Dayton Autism Society, a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers, serves families in Montgomery, Preble, Darke, Miami, Clark, Greene and Warren Counties. “We provide financial assistance to individuals — both children and adults — with Autism Spectrum Disorder who need help paying for therapy, adaptive equipment...

10:40 PM Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016

The Dayton Autism Society, a nonprofit organization entirely run by volunteers, serves families in Montgomery, Preble, Darke, Miami, Clark, Greene and Warren Counties. “We provide financial assistance to individuals — both children and adults — with Autism Spectrum Disorder who need help paying for therapy, adaptive equipment...
Exhibit takes visitors ‘behind the scenes’ with Norman Rockwell
 Some of us have fond memories of “The Saturday Evening Post” magazine and its charming covers depicting everyday life in small-town America. Thanks to artist Norman Rockwell, we peeked at a teenage girl and boy getting ready for their prom, a little boy reading his sister’s diary, a schoolmarm and her students, a soldier...

9:33 PM Thursday, Sep. 29, 2016

Some of us have fond memories of “The Saturday Evening Post” magazine and its charming covers depicting everyday life in small-town America. Thanks to artist Norman Rockwell, we peeked at a teenage girl and boy getting ready for their prom, a little boy reading his sister’s diary, a schoolmarm and her students, a soldier...
Why you should go to Springfield to see this rare exhibit
 If you don't get to Springfield often, here's your rare chance to learn more about one of American's most popular artists.  You've probably seen “The Saturday Evening Post” magazine and its charming covers depicting everyday life in small-town America. Thanks to artist Norman Rockwell, we peeked at a teenage girl and boy...

9:33 PM Thursday, Sep. 29, 2016

If you don't get to Springfield often, here's your rare chance to learn more about one of American's most popular artists.  You've probably seen “The Saturday Evening Post” magazine and its charming covers depicting everyday life in small-town America. Thanks to artist Norman Rockwell, we peeked at a teenage girl and boy...
Lincoln statue to be unveiled at Courthouse Square
 Abraham Lincoln will return to Dayton’s Courthouse Square on Saturday, Sept. 17, exactly 157 years after his first appearance on the steps of the city’s Old Courthouse. This time he will be cast in bronze. Thanks to the efforts of a dedicated and enthusiastic group known as the Lincoln Society of Dayton, more than $250,000 was...

4:00 AM Saturday, Sep. 10, 2016

Abraham Lincoln will return to Dayton’s Courthouse Square on Saturday, Sept. 17, exactly 157 years after his first appearance on the steps of the city’s Old Courthouse. This time he will be cast in bronze. Thanks to the efforts of a dedicated and enthusiastic group known as the Lincoln Society of Dayton, more than $250,000 was...
ArtsLIVE season opens at UD
 Thanks to the folks at the University of Dayton, the Dayton Art Institute’s popular Vanguard series is continuing under a new name — Vanguard Legacy Series. The series is now part of ArtsLIVE, the schools overall calendar of professional arts events. Two young chamber ensembles will open Vanguard’s 2015-2016 series. The...

4:00 AM Saturday, Sep. 10, 2016

Thanks to the folks at the University of Dayton, the Dayton Art Institute’s popular Vanguard series is continuing under a new name — Vanguard Legacy Series. The series is now part of ArtsLIVE, the schools overall calendar of professional arts events. Two young chamber ensembles will open Vanguard’s 2015-2016 series. The...
DVAC celebrates 25th year
 She’d strolled by the window on Jefferson Street a hundred times and occasionally peeked in, but it wasn’t until her dad’s holiday party in 2013 that she walked through the doors of the Dayton Visual Arts Center. “Browsing around a gallery with a glass of wine in your hand is a very different and cool experience,&rdquo...

9:46 PM Friday, Sep. 09, 2016

She’d strolled by the window on Jefferson Street a hundred times and occasionally peeked in, but it wasn’t until her dad’s holiday party in 2013 that she walked through the doors of the Dayton Visual Arts Center. “Browsing around a gallery with a glass of wine in your hand is a very different and cool experience,&rdquo...
Shakespeare returns to South Park
 The lovely tradition of Shakespeare in South Park continues with a production of the romantic comedy, “As You Like It” slated for Friday, Sept. 9 through Sunday, Sept. 11. It’s the play with the famous monologue which begins: “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players.” The free...

4:00 AM Saturday, Sep. 03, 2016

The lovely tradition of Shakespeare in South Park continues with a production of the romantic comedy, “As You Like It” slated for Friday, Sept. 9 through Sunday, Sept. 11. It’s the play with the famous monologue which begins: “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players.” The free...
Hope’s Closet at YWCA needs women’s and children’s items

4:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016

Hope’s Closet is the wonderful little shop that gives women and children served by the YWCA Dayton a much-needed lift by allowing them the opportunity to select clothes for themselves. The clients who receive the clothing donations from Hope’s Closet are staying in the YWCA’s domestic violence shelters — one in Montgomery...
Therapeutic Riding Institute needs office items, barn supplies

4:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016

The Therapeutic Riding Institute provides therapeutic horseback riding experiences for children and adults with disabilities. The mission is to improve the lives and health of children and adults in Southwest Ohio with special physical, cognitive, social and psychological needs through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT). Founded...
DAI’s Experiencenter marks 40th year
 Did you know that the Dayton Art Institute was one of the first art museums in the country to introduce a gallery specifically devoted to interactive art activities for youngsters? The Experiencenter, marking its 40th anniversary this year, has served as a model for other art museums over the years. The popular gathering spot has been educating...

2:00 PM Monday, Aug. 22, 2016

Did you know that the Dayton Art Institute was one of the first art museums in the country to introduce a gallery specifically devoted to interactive art activities for youngsters? The Experiencenter, marking its 40th anniversary this year, has served as a model for other art museums over the years. The popular gathering spot has been educating...
K12 Gallery and TEJAS need art supplies

4:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016

Dayton’s wonderful art facility for children and teens is gearing up for the new school year. You can’t help but notice K12 Gallery’s colorful building when you’re driving by the corner of South Jefferson St. and Patterson Blvd. K12 and TEJAS (Teen Educational and Joint Adult Studio) hold daily classes and workshops...
Artemis needs used cell phones, pantry items

4:00 AM Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016

Did you know that domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women — more than auto accidents, rape and muggings combined? According to Dayton’s Artemis Center, which has served more than 95,000 victims over the years, national studies have found that about one in four women will be a victim of domestic violence. &ldquo...
Art reflects rural community at New Lebanon library
 When librarian Carole Macmann was asked to describe her community she talked about a rural, family-oriented village that was both traditional and forward-thinking. “New Lebanon is very small with less than 5,000 people, but it’s a great place to live and its people are very supportive of one another,” Macmann told the architects...

9:16 AM Friday, Aug. 05, 2016

When librarian Carole Macmann was asked to describe her community she talked about a rural, family-oriented village that was both traditional and forward-thinking. “New Lebanon is very small with less than 5,000 people, but it’s a great place to live and its people are very supportive of one another,” Macmann told the architects...
Costumes of “Downton Abbey” showcased at Taft Museum
 Where best to show off the lavish costumes worn by Lady Mary, the Dowager Countess or the Earl of Gratham? That was the dilemma faced by Tamera Muente, assistant curator at Cincinnati’s Taft Museum of Art and the installing curator of the museum’s current exhibit “Dressing Downton: Changing Fashion for Changing Times.&rdquo...

10:00 AM Friday, Jul. 29, 2016

Where best to show off the lavish costumes worn by Lady Mary, the Dowager Countess or the Earl of Gratham? That was the dilemma faced by Tamera Muente, assistant curator at Cincinnati’s Taft Museum of Art and the installing curator of the museum’s current exhibit “Dressing Downton: Changing Fashion for Changing Times.&rdquo...
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