Probably like many people in many areas of the USA, I get sick and tired of being sick and tired about the Disney-esque way that my local world is presented by our local corporate media wizards, or the hordes of bad PR agents working to sell the fantasy viewpoint that EVERYTHING IS JUST FINE AND DANDY in our Grand City of Dayton, Ohio.
Saturday, September 30, 2006
The blog will be down until I can get this camera fixed, or buy a new one, whichever is cheaper.
Take care until then, and dream beautiful visions of d8n.
Sunday, September 10, 2006
Greek Orthodox Church on Belmonte Park Drive next to the Dayton Art Institute
of cultural ritual involving dancing around boys.
your Boy Scout Troop to brush up on feta factoids.
arms and legs, and I like that a lot.
video I took of her and put on youtube.com
for the shuttle to the Greek Festival.
from First and Wilkinson.
in Walnut Hills before the big Ohio State-Texas game.
let alone discuss the pros and cons of proper
dental care for the three teeth he had left,
or what could possibly be the worse mohawk
in the history of recorded haircuts.
Football Game @ Harmon Field in Miamisburg, Ohio
peforms at halftime (my little one is in there)!
away in order to talk to other kids.
do best, fight and wrestle each other in a
never-ending battle of brawn over brains.
Finally, unrelated to everything else on this
entry of the Real Photos from the Streets of Dayton
Photoblog is Donut Palace, on the corner of Gettysburg
and Salem Ave. There's nothing to calm the soul
quite like Lottery and Donuts to start another day of false hope.
Thursday, September 07, 2006
like this does. Law office on First Street in downtown d8n.
First Street in downtown d8n.
Southern Belle Bar on the corner of First and Patterson.
Some of the greatest concerts of the modern American
era have been witnessed by thousands here.
neighborhood of d8n is truly grand due to
what was bestowed upon this city by our
labor concious, socially progressive ancestors.
Street near the County Courthouse.
brothers be waxin' their cars up for the weekend ahead
on Salem Ave. near Wolf Road.
East Third Street on their Briarmitzfah gifts,
BMXers for life!
on his East Second Street porch.
to the boundless amount of wasteful construction
dedicated to retail expansion in the United States.