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Dayton Performing Arts Alliance and Carillon Park join forces for virtual event this weekend

A Celebration from Carillon Historical Park on Sept. 12, 2020, invites viewers to tour Dayton’s Carillon Park virtually while enjoying performances by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Dayton Opera and Dayton Ballet. → Read More

Masks become works of art when designed by local artists

Dayton-area artists design masks, with themes that range from humor to social justice. → Read More

How to prepare your child for a different school year

Teaching kids resilience and encouraging socialization are important during pandemic. Dayton-area doctors, teachers and education experts share strategies for parents on how to prepare children for a year filled with uncertainty. → Read More

Preserving memories: Now is the perfect time to organize your home movies

During the pandemic with more time spent at home, more and more people are organizing and digitizing their old photos and home movies. A Huber Heights company, Curtis Media Transfer, offers these services that Dayton History says is more important than ever. → Read More

What you didn’t know about the Dayton Art Institute

A look back at iconic Dayton treasure the Dayton Art Institute and those who have led it over the years. → Read More

Dayton Public School students need your used instruments

Dayton’s public, full-time classical music station — Discover Classical 88.1FM/WDPR & 89.9FM/WDPG — is once again seeking musical instruments to benefit students in the Dayton region. → Read More

Homemade masks needed for adults learning English

Were you aware that dozens of adults from across the globe, determined to improve their English, reg... → Read More

What to expect when the Air Force Museum reopens this week

The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force will reopen to the public on Wednesday, July 1, with new safety protocols in place. → Read More

No ordinary Father’s Day

Don’t be surprised if Dad has a new perspective on Father’s Day this year. → Read More

MUSEUMS REOPENING: 3 directors tell us what visitors can expect

Museum directors — Brady Kress of Dayton History, Tracey Tomme at the Boonshoft and Michael Roediger of the DAI — tell us what visitors can expect. → Read More

Make a difference: United Rehabilitation Services needs items for children

“United Rehabilitation Services has endured many challenges in its 64-year history and has wit... → Read More

This Dayton-born designer’s stay-at-home fashions are perfect for these times

Fashion designer Scott Sternberg, a Dayton native, has managed to come up with a clothing collection that’s perfectly suited to our at-home lifestyle → Read More

New reality: A violinist, a dancer and a writer tell us how life has changed

We talked with violinist Jessica Hung, dancer Margot Aknin and writer Mindee Arnett to see how their work has changed. → Read More

Home studios: 11 local artists tell us what they’ve been working on

Here's how the coronavirus outbreak and the stay-at-home order have affected those in the Dayton arts community, including painters and photographers. → Read More

Young opera singer from Kettering gets big break

Kettering native Caitlin Crabill sings principal role in Sarasota Opera production of La Wally → Read More

Acts of kindness: 25 ways you can make someone’s day

Here are Centerville resident Anne Sheehan’s 25 suggestions for kind acts you can perform during this stressful time. → Read More

From junk to a work of art! Mendelsons a treasure trove for Dayton artists and creators

Mendelson’s Liquidation Outlet has been a destination for shoppers, but also for artists. It will close in August 2020. → Read More