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Past articles by Lisa:

8 quirky facts you might not know about Dayton’s suburbs

What do Johnny Appleseed, canned ham shaped trailers and concrete lions have in common? → Read More

Changes announced for 50th annual Oktoberfest at Dayton Art Institute

Dayton Art Institute announces changes to 2021 Oktoberfest. → Read More

National Aviation Day: On his 75th birthday, Orville Wright humbly on auto-pilot

Days before Orville Wright would celebrate his 75th birthday on August 19, 1946, Dayton Herald reporter Marj Heyduck interviewed him. → Read More

Stainless steel beauty: Nature inspires new Kettering bridge sculpture

Kettering has installed a stainless steel sculpture on the Ridgeway Road bridge. → Read More

‘It refreshes your spirit’: New nature-themed mural underway in downtown Dayton

A new large-scale mural with an outdoor theme is underway in downtown Dayton. The south side of the Printpoint Printing building, 150 S. Patterson Blvd., is transforming into a canvas of color. → Read More

Good boy! Take your dog on a scavenger hunt through Dayton

The 2021 Wagtown Scavenger Hunt for dogs and their owners will be held Aug. 6 and 7. → Read More

Bouncing baby butterflies will soon take flight at Aullwood’s new Monarch House

Butterflies will soon hatch at the new Monarch House at Aullwood Audubon. → Read More

Preservationists select 10 of Dayton’s ‘most endangered properties’ to try to save

Preservation Dayton has selected 10 properties to add to its most-endangered list and attempt to save. → Read More

Folklore or facts?: Rediscovered log home in Harrison Twp. leads to forgotten tales of gypsies

A log home rediscovered behind cedar boards and aluminum siding has residents of a Harrison Twp. neighborhood recalling fabled tales of gypsy royalty. → Read More

Scoop up these deals to celebrate National Ice Cream Day

Where to find deals in the Dayton area for National Ice Cream Day. → Read More

JUST IN: Raise a glass to return of Oktoberfest at Dayton Art Institute

Oktoberfest will return to the grounds of the Dayton Art Institute Sept. 24-26, 2021. → Read More

Food favorites return: 2nd Street Market reopens indoor shopping this weekend

The 2nd Street Market resumes indoor shopping Saturday, July 17. → Read More

Sing-along! Aullwood hosts family-friendly outdoor concert

Chris Rowlands, musician and environmental educator at Aullwood Nature Center, will perform a family-friendly concert Saturday, July 17 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. → Read More

PHOTOS: Long-gone amusement park embedded in southwest Ohio park

The rusted and crumbled remains of a long-abandoned amusement park can still be found where a fellow nicknamed “Firecracker” built it as a tribute to the friends he fought alongside in World War I. → Read More

Big bundle of joy! Now’s your chance to see a 261-pound baby at the Columbus Zoo

The public can now view a new baby elephant and his mom at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. → Read More

Back with a bang! Americana Festival celebrates Fourth of July and honors COVID-19 first responders

The Centerville-Washington Township Americana Festival will be held July 4 and 5, 2021. → Read More

WORTH THE DRIVE: World’s Biggest Bounce House headed to Ohio

The Big Bounce America Tour featuring The World's Biggest Bounce House is coming to Cleveland in August. → Read More

Summer cocktails: Dayton Art Institute offers fruity recipes in new book

The Dayton Art Institute has concocted a book of summer cocktail recipes. → Read More

Block party! Twice the size! Wright Dunbar Day celebration happens this weekend

The second annual Wright Dunbar Day will be held Sunday, June 27 in Dayton's Wright Dunbar neighborhood. → Read More

Crown centerpiece: Memorial to ‘unclaimed dead’ undergoing renovation at Calvary Cemetery

St. Henry's Memorial Chapel, built to honor unclaimed dead at Calvary Cemetery in Dayton, is being restored in time for the cemetery's 150th anniversary. → Read More