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The Economy & Business
7:33 am
Thu December 5, 2013

Can A Neighborhood Improve Without Gentrifying? WYSO’s Lewis Wallace Talks To Jan Lepore-Jentleson

Twin Towers in Dayton. St. Mary's Church, in the background, is central to the neighborhood's history.
Credit Lewis Wallace / WYSO

The Twin Towers neighborhood in Dayton was established more than a hundred years ago, and it’s been through a lot. Recently 84 new houses opened in the area for low-income families through a public-private partnership organized by East End Community Services. But what does this mean for a neighborhood trying to turn itself around?

 

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Arts & Culture
7:31 am
Thu December 5, 2013

Two Daytonians Receive Ohio Governor's Awards For The Arts

DCDC's Sheri "Sparkle" Williams
Credit Steven Bognar

Two long-time contributors to the arts in Dayton will be the recipients of the 2014 Ohio Governor's Awards for the Arts. Dayton Philharmonic Music Director, Neil Gittleman, and Sheri Williams with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company were selected with 4 other winners from around the state for the prestigious award.

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Wed December 4, 2013

Conrad's Corner: December 4, 2013

Conrad Balliet reads Maxine Skuba's poem, "Footprints in the Snow."

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Education
4:32 pm
Wed December 4, 2013

Learn To Earn Dayton Selected For National Education Partnership

Credit Adrien Facélina

A Dayton education initiative called Learn to Earn has been selected for a national partnership. The Lumina Foundation is giving 20 cities up to $200,000 for the project. It's part of an effort to prepare the region for the high paying jobs of the future.

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The Antioch Word
1:34 pm
Wed December 4, 2013

Personal Creation and Biomythography: Tales from the Storytelling Class at Antioch College

Visual depiction of the story of Lilith by Al Najjar.

Antioch College recently hired some new faculty members that began teaching this Fall.  Among them was Gabrielle Civil, associate professor of performance. This quarter Antioch Word Producer Kijin Higashibaba is taking one of her classes called Storytelling. This class studies the different methods and traditions of storytelling now and throughout history. What you’ll hear this month are three of Higashibaba’s favorite stories she heard from her classmates. Coincidentally all of them were told by women.

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