Daddy Katz

I’ve known Bill, the owner of Daddy Katz Kustom Kulture, since we were in junior high school. We both were building and repairing custom bicycles, then on to hotrod cars, music, bands and girls. He has opened a haven for all things cool, “Daddy Katz”. Whether your interested in surf stuff, tikis, rock and roll, hotrods or nostalgia Daddy Katz is a good time. visit them at 3250 Kettering Blvd. in Moraine or go to their site at:

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Bill Woody Photographs

Bill’s photos seem to have an almost dreamlike quality. The images place the viewer into a world of nostalgia and mystery, beyond the mundane. Experience Bill’s vision at:

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Dayton Art Institute

Dayton’s own museum of fine art. A gem within the Gem City. Find DAI at:

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Stivers School for the Arts

Stivers is a magnet school within the Dayton Public School system. Located on east Fifth St. in Dayton Stivers offer a well rounded education for children in both fine and performing arts. See their site at:

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K-12 Gallery for Young People

K-12 offers workshops, training and gallery space to allow young people (school age) to explore and display their creativity. Located next to the Cannery Art & Design Center on Third St. in Dayton K-12 is a wonderful place for the whole family. See their site at:

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Jean Koeller

Jean is a painter. Working with light and shadow she creates images beyond mere subject matter toward an essential view of reality. See her work on her site at:

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M.B Hopkins

M.B. works professionally as a journalistic artist. Her paintings have a social relevance inspired by news stories and current events. The result are paintings with a timeless quality that express the human condition. See M.B.’s work at her site :

November 15, 2008 at 5:08 pm | Uncategorized | No comment

John Emery

John is a watercolorist with a twist. He has a unique method of building watercolor paper into 3-D objects and then incorporating them into his paintings. Learn more about John and his work at his website:

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Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra

Dayton’s own professional symphony, performing in the Mead Theater at the Schuster Center in downtown Dayton. Find their site at:

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City Folk

Cultural events and entertainment in our community that honor Dayton’s diverse heritage. See CityFolk at:

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