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Ashes to Go - Taking Ash Wednesday to the Streets

Ingrid McIntyre receives ashes from street chaplain, Lindsey Krinks. About 30 people gathered as a community to share in the Ash Wednesday liturgy and to raise awareness of those suffering from homelessness and poverty. McIntyre is a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Franklin, Tenn. Photo by Kathleen Barry, UMNS

Ginghamsburg Church knows you are busy. They'll be in Courthouse Square to help Christians short on time with Ashes to Go!

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Grand Opening Specials for Tasty Measures

Grand Opening Specials for Tasty Measures

At the corner of 5th and Jefferson street, in the building that formerly housed Chin's, Elbo's and Sa Bai, Tasty Measures quietly opened a couple of weeks ago. Named for the way you order your food, measured by the ounce, this breakfast and lunch place will let you build your sandwich and pay by the weight (45 -65 cents depending on the meat), or cruise through the salad bar and pay 35 cents per ounce

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Subterranean St Valentine's Funky Massacre

Subterranean St Valentine’s Funky Massacre

At the corner of 5th and Jefferson street, in the building that formerly housed Chin's, Elbo's and Sa Bai, Tasty Measures quietly opened a couple of weeks ago. Named for the way you order your food, measured by the ounce, this breakfast and lunch place will let you build your sandwich and pay by the weight (45 -65 cents depending on the meat), or cruise through the salad bar and pay 35 cents per ounce

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Dayton: What's the Big Idea?

Dayton: What’s the Big Idea?

The Collaboratory, located in downtown's Courthouse Square, is focused on building a more thriving region—one where people feel more purposeful, more connected and more optimistic—requires bold thinking and fearless action. While there is much we can be proud of in our community, nibbling around the edges is not going to move the needle in terms of unleashing all of our indigenous talent and generating a whole new portfolio of economic, social and creative capital opportunities.

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Ingrid McIntyre receives ashes from street chaplain, Lindsey Krinks. About 30 people gathered as a community to share in the Ash Wednesday liturgy and to raise awareness of those suffering from homelessness and poverty. McIntyre is a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Franklin, Tenn. Photo by Kathleen Barry, UMNS

Ashes to Go - Taking Ash

Thu Feb 4, 2016
By Dayton Most Metro
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Grand Opening Specials for Tasty Measures

Grand Opening Specials for Tasty Measures

Thu Feb 4, 2016
By Lisa Grigsby
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Subterranean St Valentine’s Funky Massacre

Subterranean St Valentine's Funky Massacre

Thu Feb 4, 2016
By LIbby Ballengee
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Dayton: What’s the Big Idea?

Dayton: What's the Big Idea?

Thu Feb 4, 2016
By LIbby Ballengee
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Dayton Dining

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Pancakes with Miss America!

Miss America 2016, Betty Cantrell, will be trade in her tiara and sash for a spatula and apron next week in Beavercreek. Cantrell will flip pancakes … [Read More...]

Dayton Music

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Subterranean St Valentine’s Funky Massacre

Unlike the chaotic streets of Chicago in the 1920's where Speakeasy's were the source of nightlife and the spot for bootleg alcohol, Subterranean … [Read More...]

Arts & Entertainment

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McCoy On Movies: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES The audacious send-up of Jane Austen and the modern zombie phenomenon delivers a delectable bite of camp, comedy and … [Read More...]

Active Living

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Sign Ups Open For 5th Annual SUBWAY® Dragons 5K

Registration is underway for the 5th Annual SUBWAY® Dragons 5K at Fifth Third Field on Saturday, July 23. For the fifth straight year, the Dragons and … [Read More...]

Community

Ingrid McIntyre receives ashes from street chaplain, Lindsey Krinks. About 30 people gathered as a community to share in the Ash Wednesday liturgy and to raise awareness of those suffering from homelessness and poverty. McIntyre is a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Franklin, Tenn. Photo by Kathleen Barry, UMNS

Ashes to Go – Taking Ash Wednesday to the Streets

For many, finding time during the week to attend church can be quite a challenge. But what if church came to you? On Ash Wednesday, February 10, … [Read More...]