Community Voices

Radio stories by Community Voices Volunteer Producers

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Around the Miami Valley
10:30 am
Sun October 27, 2013

Community Voices Producer Lauren Shows Goes Ghost Hunting In Springfield

Springfield's Robertson Building
Credit Photo by Lauren Shows

It's the time of year when ghost and ghouls are on the mind. but for some folks in the Miami Valley, the spirit world is a year-round occupation. Community Voices Producer Lauren Shows takes us to Springfield to meet Darin Hough, who quit his job to open Ghost Hunting Source, a store that sells paranormal investigation equipment.

“Well, I've been selling the equipment online for about six or seven years now,” Darin Hough says, “And it's just gotten bigger and bigger every year, so I just thought I'd try and take the next step.”

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Arts & Culture
10:30 am
Sun October 20, 2013

The Dayton Society of Painters and Sculptors Turns 75

The Dayton Society of Painters and Sculptors turns seventy-five this year and to celebrate DSPS will offer seventy-five hours of artist demonstrations from October 21 through November 24. Community Voices Producer Will Davis gives us a preview.

Marylyn Hart is a life-long resident of Dayton, and a painter. I recently visited Marylyn in her studio, which is a room brimming with books and music and colors and shapes.

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Around the Miami Valley
1:12 pm
Fri August 30, 2013

Drive-in Movie Theaters Struggle to Go Digital

Over the last few years, due to pressure from the film industry, more and more movie theaters have been converting their projection method from 35 millimeter film to digital. While many small and independent theaters have been struggling to adapt, drive-in theaters in particular are at a crucial moment in this nationwide transition. Community Voices Producer Lauren Shows takes us to Dayton's Dixie Twin Drive-In to find out why.

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Community Voices
12:29 pm
Wed August 28, 2013

We Have a Dream

Participants in We Have a Dream recording at the WYSO studios

I was only 2 years old in August of 1963, when those 250 thousand people converged on Washington.  They traveled by car and train and chartered bus.  Some just walked or hitchhiked.  They came from all over the country.

Early in the day, at the Washington Monument, Bob Dylan and Joan Baez lead the crowds in singing "We Shall Overcome," and they proceeded to march peacefully to the foot of the Lincoln Memorial for more music and speeches.  Mahalia Jackson sang, as she often did at Dr. King's request, and then Dr. King came to the podium.

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Around the Miami Valley
9:18 am
Mon August 19, 2013

WYSO 2013 Community Voices Special (Part Two)

Radio stories by, for, and about the Miami Valley, produced in WYSO’s 2013 Community Voices training. 

This hour, we meet a young man trying to beat the odds, get some history on the Dayton Dragons, meet members of the area polyamorous community - and more!

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