Today, a private funeral service will be held in Cincinnati for Neil Armstrong. Local aviation photographer Dan Patterson has this remembrance of the first man to walk on the moon.
Neil had a knack for understatement. At a meeting in 2003 about the Centennial of the Wright's first flight, the other participants introduced themselves with all their titles and bona fides. When it was his turn, he leaned into the microphone and said, "I'm Neil Armstrong, and I'm just an aviator."
Since the release of their debut EP, Take Control, the members of Good English have stayed busy performing in the Dayton area. After a brief summer hiatus, the band is back in action writing new material for a forthcoming LP and preparing for two upcoming festival performances. Elizabeth, Celia and Leslie Rasmussen return to the WYSO studios joined by new guitar player, Johnathan Seidl to perform live and talk about their upcoming plans.
The former chairman of an Atlanta-based civil rights organization has been sentenced to 18 months in prison on theft and other felony charges linked to a meal program for older, poor people in southwest Ohio.
In addition to the prison sentence, judge Michael Tucker ordered Rev. Raleigh Trammell to pay about $38,000 in restitution to Montgomery County.
Less than a week after astronaut Neil Armstrong’s passing, there's a rare 'blue moon' on Friday’s cosmic calendar.
That's the day of a private service for Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, who died last Saturday in Ohio at age 82.
A blue moon occurs when there's a second full moon in one calendar month. It won't happen again until July 2015. The full moon cycle is 29.5 days so a blue moon is uncommon and has come to mean something rare. The moon actually won't be colored blue.