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Fall of the last holdouts: The MVH empire grows agai

The Brown-Warren business district used to be almost continuous from Stewart straight into downtown. I came to Dayton long after 35 slashed across the south side of Downtown creating yet another mystical barrier defining downtown as a small little island disconnected from the rest of the city. About four years ago- the powers at city Read More

What’s on your corner? Trends in ‘progress’

Back in the 60’s and 70’s corners were covered with gas stations. Walking to elementary school there were three in a row- all were real gas stations, not the mini-marts of today, with repair bays, and guys who would not only pump your gas (it wasn’t legal to do self-serve) but also knew how to Read More