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Here’s how you can visit the cats at Gem City Catfé
 The cat is out of the bag -- Dayton’s first cat catfe is open and purring.  But how do you, a lover of kitties and cups of joe, experience the Gem City Catfe? Karen Gudal-Johnson, the co-owner of the business at 513 E. Fifth St. in Dayton’s St. Anne’s Hill neighborhood, says it is pretty easy and so is the concept. ...

Posted: 8 days ago

The cat is out of the bag -- Dayton’s first cat catfe is open and purring.  But how do you, a lover of kitties and cups of joe, experience the Gem City Catfe? Karen Gudal-Johnson, the co-owner of the business at 513 E. Fifth St. in Dayton’s St. Anne’s Hill neighborhood, says it is pretty easy and so is the concept. ...
JUST IN: Downtown restaurant brings back all-you-can eat crab legs
 A downtown Dayton restaurant is trying to lure you into its crab den.  Basil’s on Market restaurant at 312 N. Patterson Blvd. is bring back its popular Friday all-you-can-eat crab legs  special.  “It was a really good turnout last time,” Basil’s bartender Chelsea Houser explained. “They...

Posted: 8 days ago

A downtown Dayton restaurant is trying to lure you into its crab den.  Basil’s on Market restaurant at 312 N. Patterson Blvd. is bring back its popular Friday all-you-can-eat crab legs  special.  “It was a really good turnout last time,” Basil’s bartender Chelsea Houser explained. “They...
Restaurant owner vows to reopen after devastating fire 
 A week after flames and smoke shut down her Oregon District business, the owner of a popular restaurant says she will reopen.  “We are working hard with the insurance companies and investigators and as soon as we receive new information, we will let you know,”  Margot Blondet, the owner of Salar Restaurant and Lounge...

Posted: 11 days ago

A week after flames and smoke shut down her Oregon District business, the owner of a popular restaurant says she will reopen.  “We are working hard with the insurance companies and investigators and as soon as we receive new information, we will let you know,”  Margot Blondet, the owner of Salar Restaurant and Lounge...
Proceeds from art ‘fire sale’ to support those impacted by Oregon District fire 
 How about this for accuracy in advertising? Artwork up for grabs at a First Friday art “fire sale” was actually part of a fire. Dayton artist Mike Elsass is organizing a "fire sale" of works that had been been up for sale as part of Front Street Experience, a showcase in Spice Paradise in Dayton&rsquo...

Posted: 11 days ago

How about this for accuracy in advertising? Artwork up for grabs at a First Friday art “fire sale” was actually part of a fire. Dayton artist Mike Elsass is organizing a "fire sale" of works that had been been up for sale as part of Front Street Experience, a showcase in Spice Paradise in Dayton&rsquo...
How YOU can win tickets to see ‘Hamilton’ on Broadway 
 A local nonprofit is offering a shot no fan of “Hamilton: An American Musical” would want to throw away.  The Dayton chapter of A Special Wish Foundation is raffling off a three night stay in New York for two to see the Tony Award-winning Lin-Manuel Miranda musical on Broadway.  David Seyer, A Special Wish&rsquo...

Posted: 11 days ago

A local nonprofit is offering a shot no fan of “Hamilton: An American Musical” would want to throw away.  The Dayton chapter of A Special Wish Foundation is raffling off a three night stay in New York for two to see the Tony Award-winning Lin-Manuel Miranda musical on Broadway.  David Seyer, A Special Wish&rsquo...
Marlon Wayans talks Dayton, White Chicks and “Batman”
 Because we know you are wondering, yes, Marlon Wayans would be down to do “White Chicks 2.” “We are talking about it. It is definitely something an audience wants to see,” Wayans told us ahead of his shows this weekend at the Funny Bone at The Greene, 88 Plum St. in Beavercreek. “It is a lot of work, but if the...

Posted: 12 days ago

Because we know you are wondering, yes, Marlon Wayans would be down to do “White Chicks 2.” “We are talking about it. It is definitely something an audience wants to see,” Wayans told us ahead of his shows this weekend at the Funny Bone at The Greene, 88 Plum St. in Beavercreek. “It is a lot of work, but if the...
You can play Quidditch at this Harry Potter-themed Marauder’s Night
 UPDATE: Jan. 8 —  Holster that wand. Not every wizard can compete in the Triwizard Tournament.  Tara Moore, organizer of Marauder’s Night: An Evening of Harry Potter Festivities on Jan. 19 at Yellow Cab, 700 E. Fourth St. in Dayton’s Oregon District, says the venue has maxed out on registrations...

Posted: 12 days ago

UPDATE: Jan. 8 —  Holster that wand. Not every wizard can compete in the Triwizard Tournament.  Tara Moore, organizer of Marauder’s Night: An Evening of Harry Potter Festivities on Jan. 19 at Yellow Cab, 700 E. Fourth St. in Dayton’s Oregon District, says the venue has maxed out on registrations...
Spirit of iconic Canal Street Tavern rising from the ashes with this event at Yellow Cab 
 The spirit of an iconic Dayton club will rise like a phoenix. Canal Street Tavern at 308 E. First St. (Mick Montgomery Way) opened in late 1981 and closed after one final show Nov. 30, 2013. The listening room had only 225 seats, yet more than 400 music lovers showed up.  Mick Montgomery,  Canal Street’s former owner and founder...

Posted: 12 days ago

The spirit of an iconic Dayton club will rise like a phoenix. Canal Street Tavern at 308 E. First St. (Mick Montgomery Way) opened in late 1981 and closed after one final show Nov. 30, 2013. The listening room had only 225 seats, yet more than 400 music lovers showed up.  Mick Montgomery, Canal Street’s former owner and founder...
Daytonian of the Week: Etana Jacobi 
 It is not how long you live in a place that counts, but the impact you make while there.  Etana Jacobi is certainly making her mark on the Gem City.  The Hooksett, N.H. native is the Dayton manager of the Hall of Hunger Initiative, an effort supported by the United Way of the Greater Dayton Area and the Jack W. and Sally...

Posted: 13 days ago

It is not how long you live in a place that counts, but the impact you make while there.  Etana Jacobi is certainly making her mark on the Gem City.  The Hooksett, N.H. native is the Dayton manager of the Hall of Hunger Initiative, an effort supported by the United Way of the Greater Dayton Area and the Jack W. and Sally...
CONSTRUCTION ALERT: These bars in Oregon District, downtown Dayton closed  
 You are going to have to wait a bit for your next adult beverage at a popular downtown bar and a Oregon District tavern known for its live music and juicy burgers.  The Century Bar, 10 S. Jefferson St. in the Fire Blocks District, and Blind Bob’s, 430 E Fifth St., are both closed for renovations.  As we first reported...

Posted: 14 days ago

You are going to have to wait a bit for your next adult beverage at a popular downtown bar and a Oregon District tavern known for its live music and juicy burgers.  The Century Bar, 10 S. Jefferson St. in the Fire Blocks District, and Blind Bob’s, 430 E Fifth St., are both closed for renovations.  As we first reported...
Longtime Oregon District business sold 
 A veteran Dayton hairstylist has bought a longtime Oregon District Salon.  Mindy Finch, the founder of Derailed: A Hair Salon, confirmed Sunday that she sold the business to hairstylist Ali Matta.  Derailed Hairstylist Drake Myers was initally planning to partner with Matta, but that part of the plan fell through, Finch...

Posted: 14 days ago

A veteran Dayton hairstylist has bought a longtime Oregon District Salon.  Mindy Finch, the founder of Derailed: A Hair Salon, confirmed Sunday that she sold the business to hairstylist Ali Matta.  Derailed Hairstylist Drake Myers was initally planning to partner with Matta, but that part of the plan fell through, Finch...
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