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Air Force Museum
11:42 am
Wed June 4, 2014

Work Starts On New Wing At Air Force Museum

Plan for a fourth building at the Air Force Museum.
Credit National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

Construction starts this summer on a new wing at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force near Dayton. The 224,000-square-foot addition will host the presidential aircraft gallery, an expanded space gallery, the research and development gallery, and a global reach gallery about airlift operations.

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Arts & Culture
1:56 pm
Tue June 3, 2014

Dayton Gay Men's Chorus To Perform Harvey Milk Tribute

Artistic Director, Kathy Clark and members of the DGMC work on choreography for 'Castro' number in "I Am Harvey Milk."
Credit Sarah Caplan/WYSO

On Saturday, June 7th, 2014, The Dayton Gay Men's Chorus will present the Dayton premiere of an oratorio that reflects the life of Harvey Milk, the first elected openly gay man to hold public office in California. The work, composed by Tony nominated Andrew Lippa, weaves elements of Milk's life, from childhood to his assassination in November of 1978. 

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Energy
11:12 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Ohio Plays Ping-Pong With EPA Carbon Regulations

Coal is shipped by barge down the Ohio River.
Credit MoToMo / Flickr

A bill that puts the state’s renewable energy standards on hold for two years is headed to Ohio governor John Kasich’s desk. That comes just as the federal government has proposed new limits on emissions from power plants.

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Nature
6:15 am
Tue June 3, 2014

Poor Will's Almanack: June 3 - 9, 2014

Credit David Craig / Flickr Creative Commons

I have recently paid attention to the fact that my solitude is always an accompanied solitude.

Last year, I took part in several group walking meditation sessions in the woods. During these walks, I found that was I flooded with images from the path and the season, and with associated images of people I once knew and events evoked by the trees and plants, and I realized that the group experience only compounded another type of experience, that of being accompanied by other inhabitants of the landscape of my mind.

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Books
3:20 pm
Mon June 2, 2014

Book Nook: Authorisms - Words Wrought By Writers, by Paul Dickson

Paul Dickson returns to the program to discuss his latest word book.  Dickson is the most prolific writer I know. You might recall his previous Book Nook appearances for his recent biography of Bill Veeck, "The Dickson Baseball Dictionary," and "Words from the White House-Words and Phrases Coined and Popularized by America's Presidents."

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