How local sports athletic trainers work to prevent injuries on the field.
Dayton YMCA CEO Dale Brunner works to bring the Y to the community.
The Miami Conservancy District handles flood control and more.
Bethany Village celebrates 70 years of being a community.
Petoskey has outdoor adventures and unique shops that will enchant everyone.
Indiana's bicentennial offers up historic adventures.
The Dayton Celtic Festival brings even those without Celtic ancestry to downtown.
Butter Café puts its own spin on traditional favorites.
The community backs Spring Valley Academy's new chapel/auditorium project.
Madame Delluc offers an authentic Belgian chocolate experience.
UD's revamped theater program focuses on community service.
Meet some of the best doctors in the region, as selected by their peers.
Vintage in the Valley raises funds for the Junior League of Dayton, Mistletoe Magic brings holiday fun to the region and more.
WYSO shares poignant tales of residents across the Miami Valley.
Find a top dentist near you with this list, in which the dentists were selected by their peers.
Eight questions with Artist/Educator Colleen Kelsey.
Dayton's industrial real estate market is tight.
Kettering College takes education to a higher degree.
Three of WDTN's on-air talent are Miami Valley locals.
Miamisburg’s historic Plaza Theater reintroduces classic movie-house style.
Dayton Christian adds college courses and athletic facilities.
Agnes & Orson offers gifts and goods to help you stand out from the crowd.
Jimmy's Italian Kitchen is an American story.
Find the perfect gift for everyone on your list with our holiday shopping guide.
Antioch President Karen Schuster Webb looks for new ways to improve the school.
St. Leonard engages with its residents and the community.
Six questions with Welcome Dayton's Melissa Bertolo.
Victoria Theatre's NatGeo Series is back by popular demand.
Corner Kitchen makes high-end food with a homey touch.
Local Health systems are building to better serve the Dayton region.
People are flocking back to downtown Dayton's urban core.
Six questions with FilmDayton's Lisa Grigsby.
La Colombiana offers an authentic Colombian experience to Dayton.
This law firm finds ways to control clients' cost.
Mudlick Tap House is keeping it local in Germantown.
The Dayton Foundation held its inaugural ScholarshipCONNECT Luncheon, Flagel Huber Flagel accountants participated in Accountants in the Community, and more.
Spring Valley Academy readies for a new school year and a bright future.
Flagel "goes extra mile" for clients.
Dayton is a launching pad for Anthem program.
Bethany Village makes retirement easy by expanding its living and music options.
The city recently modified its protection of the region's drinking water. Will these new rules help or hurt?
Discover special items at Zig Zag Gallery.
Lexington is Kentucky's hidden culinary gem.
Deerfield Township's Arts Alliance has much to offer Dayton.
Ohio gets the Hollywood treatment.
Zetland Street has a fresh approach to food and community, plus listings.
College fashion isn't just for students.
Business leaders learn important skills in a surprising setting.
Premier and CEO Jim Pancoast search for new ways to provide health care.
The Dayton Better Business Bureau promotes innovation and community relations.
Troy businesses reach out to the next generation of employees.
Panelists discuss upcoming changes and concerns for the region's health care.
Three questions with Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl
Local health care providers are discovering new ways to treat patients.
Colleges and universities in the area are adding new academic programs and features to their campuses, plus listings.
Study up before winding down with our ultimate guide to the region's entertainment, food, slots and more.
Dayton Magazine hosts the first Dayton Healthcare Summit, local leaders take part in a Peace Walk, and more.
Discover Northern Michigan and Lake Erie.
Dayton Playhouse gears up for the 25th year of its theater festival.
The region shows its appreciation for the woman who dedicated her life to the area's parks.
Innovation meets fun at Dayton History's Carillon Historical Park.
Warren County Career Center provides quality education to its students and encourages them to give back.
Hollywood Gaming finds Dayton to be a good bet.
Nine questions with AJ Ferguson, executive director of UpDayton.
The Miamisburg Art Guild brings out the best in the arts after losing original gallery.
The Troy Strawberry Festival returns for another year of fun and food.
Hundreds of Pontiac Firebirds are showcased at the National Trans Am Car Show.
Out and about at local events.
The 2015 Summer Fun Guide is your guide to fun and sun in Dayton.
Mark Meister uses his love of museums and archaeology to take the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery to the next level.
Diverse programming and reasonable fees makes Rosewood art education palatable for all.
The top restaurants, stores and service providers in the Dayton region, as voted by our readers.
Dayton Christian Schools' strategic plan is all about enhancement.
Dayton adds first-ever all-female theater company.
The Dayton Dragons sold-out streak is one of the great stories in national sports.
Local independent filmmakers are hard at work to produce quality films.
Dayton's Arcade is a building worth saving.
The Phillips' banquet center offers quality for any event in Moraine.
A local country singer is looking to make it to the national stage his own way.
Culture Works celebrates 40 years at its annual meeting.
Visiting downtown Dayton for the holiday was a memorable treat, and it can be again.
The Dayton Literary Peace Prize is putting Dayton on the literary map.
Local band Good English keeps it all in the family.
The African-American Community Fund offers a variety of ways to support the Greater Dayton area.
Photos from local events.
Ten Questions with Peace on Fifth founder London Coe.
A perfect day trip involves a walk through nature and an historic mill.
The Winds Cafe focuses on its menu and its influences.
Power2give makes it easy to donate to a nonprofit.
The Hartman Rock Garden is a surprising local treasure.
Local horticulturists bring produce and stories to Yellow Springs Corner Cone Farmers Market.
SAFY is looking for the best adults to care for foster children in the Miami Valley.
Carillon Brewery will allow visitors to watch (and taste) an important part of Dayton's history.
Inventor Charles F. Kettering would no doubt be proud of the medical center that bears his name.
The new Music Center at the Heights is just one of the new development projects in Huber Heights.
Slots, cards, chips and entertainment. Play away at the region's top gaming destinations.
This fitness club teaches you to throw a punch while getting a workout.
Culture Works focuses on young artists.
Miami Valley Community Concert Association brings a variety of concerts to the Dayton community.
Making Music for Over 25 Years.
WSU's president promises a new type of higher education.
Your guide to shopping, dining, recreation, economic development and more in the City of Beavercreek.
UD's Brother Forlani integrates faith, ethics and business for students.
The Victoria Theatre is ready to make the 2014-15 season a great one.
Harrison's in Tipp City makes eating barbecue comfortable and tasty.
DVAC is more than a gallery; it's supporting artists and developing audiences too.
The region's tie to wine runs deep, but the Miami Valley's new crop of vineyards and wineries are catering to novices and connoisseurs alike.
There are many reasons the Troy Strawberry Festival is one of the most popular in the region.
It's your last chance to assist the 2014 CultureWorks Campaign for the Arts.
Ron Rollins is taking his love of art to the next level.
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company is still going strong after 45 years
The historic Dayton Country Club offers amenities for the whole family
Greater Dayton offers a natural environment that is priceless and rare from parks and picnic areas to miles and miles of trails to explore
The iconic landscapes captured on film by renowned photographer Ansel Adams have come to the Springfield Museum of Art
Dayton's Human Race Theatre has been around for almost three decades but continues to bring fresh and innovative performances to its audiences.
Culture Works unveils the art community's impact on Dayton.
Colonel Cassie Barlow leads one of the largest Air Force bases in the country but there's more to her than that.
As the Dayton housing market rebounds, HER Realtors is helping Dayton families find their dream home.
Greene County attracts travelers from all over with the help of the Greene County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
One Bistro Solves Hunger One Plate at a Time.
The Wright Image Group hopes a life-size replica of the Wright Brothers
plane designates Dayton as the real birthplace of aviation; Cityfolk’s beloved three-day cultural festival comes to a close.
Dayton Performing Arts Alliance gets ready to launch an incredible
Black Box Improv Theatre has a growing fan base and a cure for what ails the Dayton region.
Cassano Brothers Taking Iconic Pizza Chain to New Heights
Peeking behind the curtain at the Schuster Performing Arts Center
This will be a busy season in the Miami Valley, with countless festivals
and events. Here are Dayton Magazine’s pick of the crop. Don’t forget
Jay's Seafood brings the best in Pacific catches to Dayton.
Local Dayton growers and producers are more vital than ever.
A Happy New Year from Dayton Magazine's Editor, Natasha Baker
A New Bend in an Old River
Carillon Brewery Brings the ‘50s Back, the 1850s.
Olive, with only 28 seats, has risen to prominence in Dayton behind the
no-holds-barred creativity of its kitchen crew and their commitment to
serving real food
The Dayton Emerging Fashion Incubator is ready for the runway
Is it curtains for the legendary entertainment venue?
Beer and basketball. Need I say more?
From the desk of Mayor Bucher
The Cincinnati Museum Center has a diverse selection of
entertainment for visitors of all ages
What NFL linebacker A.J. Hawk learned from his father.
It’s a fun ride for everyone at EnterTRAINment Junction
The Dayton Art Institute uses an innovative dual leadership model
to bring vitality back to the organization
At The Miami Valley School education expands beyond reading, writing and
Gambling, After All, is a Gamble
Reinvention Stories; WYSO's storytelling project uncovers common threads; Five River Metro Parks celebrates 50 years of conservation and education
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