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Bulletin Board Diaries: The Scientist, The Savior, And A Music Man

In the age of online advertising, some people still use the old-school method to promote stuff they want to buy and sell –– by posting on bulletin boards in laundromats, restaurants and other establishments. WYSO’s Bulletin Board Diaries brings you some of the stories behind these ads. Today in the series, we meet 28 year-old, Cedarville resident Andy McFarlane. We found his business card at the Beans-n-Cream coffee shop downtown - listing him as a composer, arranger, and private music...

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Premier Health and the University of Dayton say 42 groups and more than 600 people contributed more than 1,300 ideas for the fairgrounds redevelopment project.
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Full Redevelopment Of Former Montgomery County Fairgrounds Could Take "15 to 20 Years"

Officials with Premier Health and the University of Dayton say the planned redevelopment of the former Montgomery County Fairgrounds site may take up to several decades. The two organizations that own the 38 acres of land have issued a joint statement saying it could take, “15 to 20 years to achieve the full vision,” of redevelopment.

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WYSO will host our first Dayton Youth Radio Camp July 16 -20 in Yellow Springs.

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Conrad's Corner: June 17, 2018

18 hours ago

Conrad Balliets reads Father's Day poems by Rita Coleman and David Garrison.

Senior Master Sgt. Benjamin Trevino, Air Force Materiel Command chaplain assistant functional manager, observes a live demonstration hive at the Pollinator Expo held at the Wright Brothers Memorial June 21. Pollinators, also known as bees are vital to the
U.S. Air Force photo/Michelle Gigante

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is holding their second annual Pollinator Expo on June 20, 2018. The event promises more than 30 informational tables from various organizations from across the state that will highlight the work they’re doing to help improve the pollinator population.

Danielle Trevino is an environmental protection specialist with Wright-Patt’s Civil Engineering division. She says the focus of the expo is an important one.

Dennis Turner was feeling perturbed about some things that have been happening in our country. Fortunately he found a distraction that took his mind away from current events. Turner heard about an archive of letters in Cincinnati-these missives penned by nuns who were living in convents in Europe during World War Two inspired him to write this book.

In the latest installment of our series Bulletin Board Diaries we follow a lede found on a business card at a cafe ... to Cedarville University. That’s where we meet a man who found a creative way to battle his own depression –– through music.

Heartfulness Meditation at Amanda’s Balance yoga studio in Piqua. Forty new seekers participating in the six weeks Heartful Living Class.
Heartfulness Dayton

In today’s world of social media overload, the 24-hour news cycle, and high tension politics, it can be difficult for individuals to maintain a ‘sense of self’ or to hear their own inner-voices among the noise - to remain self-aware in the face of today’s intersectional culture.

 

Uma Mullapudi is regional administrator for Heartfulness, an international network of wellness and meditation centers operating in 150 countries. She says it's important to find silence in the noisy world of today.

 

Conrad's Corner: June 15, 2018

Jun 15, 2018

Audrey Hackett reads her poems, "Catalpas" and "Poet of Quiet"

Dayton History's Rail Fest is a two day, family-friendly event.
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Dayton History’s Rail Fest returns to Carillon Historical Park June 23, 2018.  The two-day event is billed as a “family fun event featuring free miniature train rides, live steam engines, model train displays, historical displays, train merchandise, and rail vendors,” among its attractions.

Festival co-chair David Oroszia and says railways were important to the development of the Miami Valley and many other cities around the country.

DeWeese Ridgecrest Civic Association

Trash and Treasure is in the Saint Anne's Hill neighborhood. Antique furniture, art book collections, original framed prints, paintings by Dennis Towners and Karen Fisher and over 1000 pieces of original artwork by David Smith!!! Dayton Society of Artists, 48 High St, in Dayton, Saturday 8am to 1pm.

This week's theme is RODENTIA; we'll be taking a look at tunes about mice, rats, hamsters, and various and sundry other gnawing little critters, from a list of folks that ranges from Yma Sumac to Lightnin' Hopkins to King Missile, and of course wood chips and the cheese. But first....

Senior Voices: Dan Nagle

Jun 14, 2018
Dan Nagle
Senior Voices

This week on Senior Voices, we meet Dan Nagle. Dan and his family have lived in Dayton for generations. He attended Chaminade High School and the University of Dayton before a stint in the Army and law school at Georgetown. Last September, he shared his story with Dayton Metro Library volunteer interviewer, Linda Pitzer.

Transcript:

LINDA PITZER: Do you have a favorite thing about living in Dayton? Would you recommend it to other people?

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