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Be on the lookout for this year's commemorative Bier Stein to add to your Dayton Art Institute Oktoberfest collection. These were from last year. CONNIE POST/STAFF
If you’ve never heard of Maid-Rites, let us introduce you to this famous little sandwich you can find in Greenville, Ohio. This little slightly sweet loose-meat sandwich — best described as like a Sloppy Joe minus the sauce — has a bit of a cult following. People will drive crazy distances for one. There...
Smoked jalapeno-infused tequila is the secret to this spicy Mayan Campfire.
Samoas is one of the Girl Scout Cookie flavors that will go into "Zombie Balls." File photo by CONNIE POST
Happy birthday, Dayton! No April foolin'! It's true. Dayton was founded exactly 222 years ago today, on April 1, 1796, by a dozen people known as “The Thompson Party.” The group had traveled up the Great Miami River from Cincinnati. Here are 7 more things you may not know about the Gem City: Dayton is named after Capt...
Table of Content's Grilled Cheese (with tomato bits and scallions in the melted cheese) and a coup of Anjou Pear Soup hit the spot. The cafe is inside Blue Jacket Books at 30 S. Detroit in downtown Xenia. CONNIE POST/STAFF
The Interpretive Center at SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park includes a model of the 800-year-old village of the Fort Ancient people. CONNIE POST / STAFF
The biggest waterfall at Hocking Hills State Park is at Cedar Falls. When approaching the falls, you ll hear the roar of it before you re able to see it. CONNIE POST
The Ohio State Reformatory Historic Site in Mansfield is the largest castle-like building in all of Ohio. CONNIE POST/STAFF
The desire to forecast the weather dates back thousands of years. Long before there were meteorologists with state-of-the-art technology for tracking atmospheric patterns, humans have relied on many things -- including furry little critters -- to help them determine changes in the weather and seasons. >> Read more trending stories  ...