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How About Some Magic for the Holidays

December 9, 2016
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How About Some Magic for the Holidays

The holiday season is often a time for families to attend musicals, plays, concerts, and movies. My first introduction to this was Thanksgiving night in 1986 when my parents took us to see Richard Harris (yes, the first Dumbledore and the Man Called Horse) in a production of Camelot at...
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Baseball is in the Air, Dayton Daily News Living Legends, November 17th

November 9, 2016
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Baseball is in the Air, Dayton Daily News Living Legends, November 17th

While Opening Day is roughly 143 days away (who is counting, right?), you can still get your baseball fix next Thursday night, November 17, when long-time sports writer Hal McCoy will speak as part of the  7th annual Dayton Daily News Living Legends...
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Hal McCoy to speak at Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News on November 17

November 3, 2016
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Hal McCoy to speak at Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News on November 17

Join us from 6:30-9pm on Thursday, November 17th, for the 7th annual Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News Archive as we honor sports writer Hal McCoy in the Endeavor Room of the Wright State Student Union. The doors open...
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New Exhibit: Presidential Visits to the Miami Valley

November 1, 2016
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New Exhibit: Presidential Visits to the Miami Valley

Only 1 week until election day! Not surprisingly, there have been a lot of fairly local visits recently by major candidates, as Ohio is...
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Dayton’s Union Station: Later Years 1960s+

June 16, 2016
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Dayton’s Union Station: Later Years 1960s+

By the early 1960s, Dayton’s passenger rail needs had been reduced so much that such a huge depot as Union Station was no longer...
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