Yellow Cab

As over 30 local musicians prepare for Such A Night, a recreation of The Band's The Last Waltz to benefit WYSO, organizer Jeff Opt checked in with Niki Dakota to give some context to both the local and film performances as well as give an update on other events coming up at Dayton's Old Yellow Cab Building.

Such A Night: The Last Waltz Live to benefit WYSO is November 26th and 28th at the Dayton Art Institute.

On Friday, February 14th, the Yellow Cab in downtown Dayton will host Dayton Is For Lovers, a Valentine's Day dance.  The event features music from Lost on Iddings, Jah Soul and DJ Jay Madewell as well as an art show, a special Valentine's themed photobooth from Jennifer Clark and more.  Clark and members of Lost on Iddings and Jah Soul visited the WYSO studios for an acoustic performance and talked about Dayton Is For Lovers and the upcoming Side Show at the Yellow Cab.

From its earliest days as a chance for local artists to how their work outside of a traditional gallery setting, the Dayton Side Show has lived up to its promise of being "an event of grand proportions."  This year's show bring together over 200 artists, musicians and volunteers to create two free days of creativity at the Old Yellow Cab Building in downtown Dayton. 

Nasty Bingo will perform as part of Side Show 8's Saturday evening lineup and gave a preview performance live from the WYSO studios.

Two Headed Theatre is doing a benefit for Artemis of Dayton with a staged reading of The Vagina Monologues. This is tonight and Saturday, 8pm at The Yellow Cab Building in Downtown Dayton. This show will be here in Yellow Springs on Sunday at 7pm at The John Bryan Center.

The "PeaceWalker," Jesse-Blue Forrest will speak about Gandhi's Salt March and the Military Draft. This will be on Sunday at 3:00pm at the Dayton International Peace Museum.

Beginning as a fundraiser for the now-closed C{space, Handmade Holiday Dayton has become a yearly must-attend event for artisans and shoppers alike.  2012 marks the first year the event will be held at the Yellow Cab Building, recent home of the Dayton Circus' yearly Side Shows, as well as the introduction of many new local and regional artisans to the show.  Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt visited the Yellow Cab building while organizers and volunteers prepared for the show and spoke with three of the Handmade Holiday organizers about this year's show.