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Author: Shelby Prenger

Photos provided by James Curlis

Dayton’s Not Dead: K&J’s Ice Cream Shop

On April 14th, Wright State student, James Curlis, opened his family owned ice cream shop in his home town of Sydney, Ohio.

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St Anne the Tart in Downtown Dayton / Photograph: Jessica Fugett

Dayton’s Not Dead: St. Anne the Tart

Nestled within the Historic Inner East area of Dayton, St. Anne The Tart has opened after months of transforming the historic building where it now resides.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Beck + Call / Photograph by Beck + Call Instagram

Dayton’s Not Dead: Beck + Call store opening

  A business coming to Dayton’s Oregon district will replace the clothing store Hedges and Wolf. The new store, Beck + Call, will be hosting a grand opening ceremony this week. The store will offer women’s and children’s clothing, accessories, bath and body products, books, and stationary.

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College of Liberal Arts to hold internship expo for students

Wright State University College of Liberal Arts students will have the opportunity to network with local organizations with openings for interns at The College of Liberal Art’s Third Annual Internship Partner Expo.

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Historical Dayton landmark featured in New York Times

The Educational & Musical Arts Inc. was created by Edith and Colonel Deeds to build the Deeds Carillon in 1940.

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Hannah Beachler at Wright State University. Photograph by Shelby Prenger.

Oscar-winning alumnus surprises WSU students with visit

Hannah Beachler, a graduate of Wright State’s Motion Pictures program, surprised students with a visit on Friday, March 15.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: The Troll Pub at The Wheelhouse brings Dayton history to life

The Troll Pub Under the Bridge first opened its doors in Louisville, Ky in 2011, but in March 2018, the Troll Pub at The Wheelhouse re-opened at a historic Dayton Building. Built in the late 1800s, the Wheelhouse was originally a factory that built farming equipment, called Farmer’s Friend.   The pub then continued to […]

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Spoonful

Two years ago, Lyndsey Rhodus began planning for her dream of owning her own business. By April 2018, she achieved it, by opening Spoonful, the first edible cookie dough shop in Dayton. After visiting an edible cookie dough shop on a trip to Nashville, Rhodus felt inspired to bring the sweet treat to Dayton. “I […]

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Chair reserved for veterans comes to WSU Nutter Center

  Wright State University will honor veterans with a chair in the Nutter Center reserved for soldiers who were prisoners of war or went missing in action since World War I. An inaugural ceremony for the placement of the chair will take place on Saturday, Jan. 26. The chair will remain empty at sporting events […]

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