McCormick Condos, Dayton OH

McCormick

The newest downtown Dayton condo development is the McCormick, which offers great views of Fifth Third Field and the Dayton skyline, open floor plans, and large windows. To see one of the McCormick condos, or any downtown condo, contact me, Theresa Lussier, The Home Group Realty, 937-478-7781.

Architectural Reuse Store Grand Opening

ARC Store

This is an idea that is made for Dayton OH, and the Rustbelt cities like it. Start at Dayton Works Plus, which is a job-training program that teaches construction techniques to workers who are deconstructing our abandoned buildings and resells the salvaged pieces through the Architectural Reuse Company (ARC). Dayton Ohio’s deconstruction program has been […]

Dayton’s Downtown in Focus Photo Contest Winners Announced

Bruce Soifer "Moving Sculpture"

The Downtown Dayton Partnership recently held a photo contest called Downtown in Focus: The Dayton Photo Contest. Both amateur and professional photographers were invited to participate in the contest which was aimed at finding new and distinctive angles and shots of downtown Dayton. Well, the winners have been announced! All 55 photos are lovely in their own right.

Downtown Dayton LGBT Film Festival

LGBT Film Festival

The last weekend of September The Neon is hosting the Downtown Dayton LGBT Film Festival. This is the 7th year for this festival, and the line up looks better than ever. Starting on Friday, Sept 28 through Sunday, Sept 30, you can find short films, full-length movies, documentaries, from rom-coms to politics, there is a broad spectrum of movies presented this weekend.

How Turkey could hold the key to Dayton’s future

Ahiska Turkish American Community Center

Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell recently visited Turkey to strengthen the relationship between the City of Dayton and what he says is the fastest growing economy in the world. Dayton has a growing and vibrant population of Ahiska Turks so it makes sense to strengthen the economic opportunities between our city and Turkey.

Domestic Partner Registry in Dayton

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The City of Dayton now has a Domestic Partner Registry for unmarried couples without regard to sexual orientation. The purpose of the registry is to make it easier for hospitals, universities, employers and others to verify the relationships that are required for such matters as health insurance, hospital visitation rights and authorization to pick up children after school.

What is the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance?

Music Director Neal Gittleman

The Dayton arts community is vibrant and rich but still, it’s tough times for everyone. What’s a arts organization to do? Well if you are the Dayton Philharmonic, the Dayton Opera, and the Dayton Ballet, you sit down together to figure out a way to support each other. This week it was announced that the three stalwarts of performing arts in Dayton have joined to create the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance.