Restored photo of an intimate and happy 1950s wedding inspires the debut of The Marriage Studio

Dayton – Resting atop a lace-covered table in a setting that is reminiscent of a 1950s-esque living room in small town America, a black-and-white photo of a newlywed couple illustrates a simpler time, one that the mother-daughter duo of Kim and Erica are capturing for couples at their intimate wedding venue called The Marriage Studio.   In the photo, taken in 1954, Kim’s parents stand...

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Mark Whitt’s “Over You” popular on then bluegrass charts

Bluegrass music has dramatically expanded into other genres since the term was coined when Bill Monroe formed the Blue Grass Boys band in 1939 and the classic style was born with the addition of then 21-year-old banjo player Earl Scruggs in 1945. Today, bluegrass is reflected in everything from jazz and contemporary country to even Celtic music and rock and roll (or newgrass). Mark Whitt’s...

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Debut of Cellar Another brand reflects Soroca Imports’ newest movement to educate Americans about tastes and history of Moldovan wines

Dayton – An appreciation for the heritage and the products originating from one of the oldest wine producing nations in the world inspired Brandon Snell is launch Soroca Imports in 2014. Now the company, which features one of the largest assortments of Moldovan wines in North America, has introduced its own brand, Cellar Another.   A collaboration between Soroca Imports, Dayton cartoonist...

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Great Escape Game offers adrenaline rush entertainment option in Beavercreek

Launched by childhood friends, entrepreneurs and Beavercreek natives Daniel Huiet and Michael Keggan, the escape room attraction is a favorite for corporate outings, birthday parties, family gatherings and group events Beavercreek – Seconds after entering the Egyptian tomb, the door slams shut behind you. Tasked to retrieve the riches of the Egyptian pharaoh, your group is confronted with the...

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Press Release Example – Pinot’s Palette

Until last October, Tonya Shine didn’t believe she had an ounce of artistic talent. Straight lines and stick figures, yes. Vividly colorful paintings worthy of hanging on walls, no way. That changed when, as a birthday gift that October evening, her friends threw her a party at Pinot’s Palette, where the group of women drank wine, socialized and created masterpieces under the instruction of a...

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Jim Valvano Footprint feature

By Jeff Louderback A testament to perseverance, the fast-talking and wisecracking Jim Valvano saw a career and life defined by monumental peaks and dramatic challenges. The Queens native and coach’s son was the sideline general behind one of the greatest upsets in college basketball history, a central figure in a scandal that led to his resignation and a motivational leader who delivered one of...

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