Young girl jumps rope off of Wabash.
The church at Hillcrest and North Main has
a really cute chef working the soup kitchen
on Thursday nights.
Walking north on Main Street with the latest CVS catch.
Mountain Dew and other consumables are
brought home on a daily basis by many in d8n.
Dayton is a front porch town.
Trio chillin' with some large cold beers on a warm spring afternoon.
Even if a front porch is barely noticeable
on a property, Dayton residents will create
makeshift seats in order to consume large cans of beer.
West Third Street in Dayton.
Pike looks to be long closed.
Outside the Desoto Bass Housing Project on
Young males congegrate on the sidewalk
off of Bancroft Avenue near "The Bass".
Young couple talks while waiting to catch a bus
at Bancroft and Stewart Streets.
Outside of Bing Davis's art studio on West Third Street.
Waiting for the bus in front of the Ohio Paw Shop on
West Third Street near Broadway.
It's refund time in the hood. Watch for new car
sales to reactivate for a month or two.
The Zion Hill Baptist Theological Institute,
on the corner of West Third and Grosvenor.
and West Third Street. I bet it used to be cool before Americans
suburbanized and turned into creatures led by needs, as
opposed to wants.
The old Jack's Drive-In on Leo near Keowee is now a
used tire joint in serious need of signage and
principles of advertising help.
Despite a recent cold snap, Dayton
is blooming this time of the year.
How sad it is to see houses like these broken into four units all
over the Five Oaks neighborhood. This palace is on Wasbash.
The corner of West Third and Williams, where
the spirit of Jared looms large.
Doin' the hustler shuffle here off of Troy Street.
Our Lady of the Rosary on Notre Dame and Hart
in Old North Dayton.
Doin' the lunchbucket shuffle off of Leo
in the Kiser Industrial district.
This dude ain't got time for walking to no damn table,
so he's just gonna' eat while he walks.
Deep in the heart of malfunction junction.