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You’ve got to see these landmarks created from plastic bricks
 This weekend, the Chicago skyline, New Orleans’ Mardi Gras and the Eiffel Tower will fill the Dayton Convention Center.  The BrickUniverse LEGO Fan Convention will be held for the first time in Dayton Aug. 18 and 19.  Professional LEGO artists Jonathan Lopes of San Diego, California, Rocco Buttliere of Chicago and Paul Hetherington...

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This weekend, the Chicago skyline, New Orleans’ Mardi Gras and the Eiffel Tower will fill the Dayton Convention Center.  The BrickUniverse LEGO Fan Convention will be held for the first time in Dayton Aug. 18 and 19.  Professional LEGO artists Jonathan Lopes of San Diego, California, Rocco Buttliere of Chicago and Paul Hetherington...
Happy birthday Dorothy Lane Market! Gourmet grocery store marks 70 years today
 Dorothy Lane Market, the grocery gem of the Miami Valley, is celebrating 70 years.  On Aug. 12, 1948, Calvin D. Mayne and Frank Y. Sakada opened the original Dorothy Lane Market as a fruit stand on the corner of Dorothy Lane and Far Hills Avenue.  Here are 7 things to know about Dorothy Lane Market according to the company&rsquo...

Posted: 3 days ago

Dorothy Lane Market, the grocery gem of the Miami Valley, is celebrating 70 years.  On Aug. 12, 1948, Calvin D. Mayne and Frank Y. Sakada opened the original Dorothy Lane Market as a fruit stand on the corner of Dorothy Lane and Far Hills Avenue.  Here are 7 things to know about Dorothy Lane Market according to the company&rsquo...
Daytonian of the Week: Heather Leppla, appreciating art and the Gem City
   Heather Leppla would like you to visit our community treasure, the Dayton Art Institute.   The native Australian became the member relations manager for the DAI a year ago and is passionate about the institution.  So, what inspires Heather Leppla about her role in the community? Here’s what she said:  I am really...

Posted: 6 days ago

  Heather Leppla would like you to visit our community treasure, the Dayton Art Institute.   The native Australian became the member relations manager for the DAI a year ago and is passionate about the institution.  So, what inspires Heather Leppla about her role in the community? Here’s what she said:  I am really...
Scene 75 Color Scene
Jonah Sandler (foreground) is the CEO and Stevie Baia (rear) is general manager of Scene 75 Entertainment Center in Vandalia. LISA POWELL / STAFF

Posted: 13 days ago

Jonah Sandler (foreground) is the CEO and Stevie Baia (rear) is general manager of Scene 75 Entertainment Center in Vandalia. LISA POWELL / STAFF
Five of the most important Wright aviation sites in Dayton
According to the National Park Service, " in the spring of 1895, Wilbur and Orville Wright moved their printing and bicycle shops under one roof in the Wright Cycle Company. Here the brothers concentrated on designing and building their own custom make of bicycles. They devised a gas engine to power their tools, mastered welding, built...

Posted: 19 days ago

According to the National Park Service, " in the spring of 1895, Wilbur and Orville Wright moved their printing and bicycle shops under one roof in the Wright Cycle Company. Here the brothers concentrated on designing and building their own custom make of bicycles. They devised a gas engine to power their tools, mastered welding, built...
5 key places to visit the amazing history of flight and the Wright brothers in Dayton
 A recent report noted that some important sites to the history of aviation in Dayton are facing hurdles in their preservation. Numerous places in Dayton are critical to the history of flight, and they’re places you can visit to feel that history. Here are five of them: Huffman Prairie  Considered the first true “airport...

Posted: 19 days ago

A recent report noted that some important sites to the history of aviation in Dayton are facing hurdles in their preservation. Numerous places in Dayton are critical to the history of flight, and they’re places you can visit to feel that history. Here are five of them: Huffman Prairie  Considered the first true “airport...