For this weeks PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks to Rob Walgate, Vice President of Ohio Roundtable, the group that opposes video lottery terminals at the state's horse racetracks. Walgate says his group may consider an appeal.
While trying to pay off his own student loans, Aaron Calafato found himself working at a for-profit university. Based on his experiences in the for-profit education industry, Calafato wrote and performs in For Profit, a one man show that combines storytelling, comedy and theatre.
Calafato will perform For Profit this weekend at the Occupy Dayton Community Space on East Third Street in Dayton.
Downtown Dayton Partnership’s Annual Meeting and Greater Downtown Dayton Plan is today, 3:30-5:00pm, Engineers Club. Come see what's happening in downtown Dayton. Downtown enthusiasts and Plan supporters will deliver rapid visual presentations showcasing all the positive news and momentum in our center city.
And then from 5-10pm is downtown Dayton’s First Friday.
Jared Welch and Jacob Pflanzer began playing music together in high school and have been performing under the name Army of Infants for about two years. As the band prepares to embark on a tour, they've just released a limited edition 7 inch.
Army of Infants visited the WYSO studios to perform live and chat with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt about their upcoming tour, the new record and the evolution of their music throughout the recording process.
Colonel Timothy Jex will be appointed to head the 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base at a command ceremony Friday. It follows his promotion to brigadier general. Colonel Jex most recently served as the vice director of the Human Performance Wing. He replaces current director Thomas Wells who will retire from the Air Force after serving for 31 years.
Jex will oversee 2000 personnel. The wing’s mission is to enhance human performance for air, space and cyberspace through research, education and consultation.