An effort to preserve the original Wright Brothers airplane factory got a boost Wednesday when Governor John Kasich signed the state’s 2014 capital budget. The historic site could become part of Dayton’s national aviation park system.
Demolition has already started at the former Delphi plant on Home Avenue where the Wright Factory is located. The National Aviation Heritage Alliance hopes to purchase the historic buildings and 20 surrounding acres. A private developer owns the land now.
Yesterday in our series “Remembering the Xenia Tornado,” we heard from Louise Crawley about how she and her husband got messages to the residents of Xenia with their ham radio sets. Today, Neva Brown on setting a table in the midst of destruction.
With a November 2013 release and an appearance in an NFL Films' documentary under their collective belt, the members of the 1984 Draft are keeping the momentum going with the release of their newest EP, Bo Jackson Up the Middle. The band visited the WYSO studios for a lie performance on Kaleidoscope and talked with host Juliet Fromholt.
The 1984 Draft will celebrate the release of Bo Jackson Up the Middle on April 19th at Canal Public House.