Host Libby Ballengee continues her “community conversations” with Alex Smith, a Dayton-native and young entrepreneur who works for a local non-profit specializing in digital marketing, runs Sommer & Smith Meat House food truck, and has set his sights on opening a small kitchen and bar concept “Selly’s Ditch” in the Historic Inner East of Dayton, in the up-and-coming East 3rd St corridor. He’s also a been investigating Dayton’s history, that’s been in part inspired by the work of Andrew Walsh, and his website, Dayton Vistas. (see links below)
S&S Meat House:
All of our meat is smoked in our locally sourced, home built offset smoker, fueled by the aromas of local hardwoods like oak, cherry and apple.
Post on Fire Blocks (Before and after of Key-ads building we taled about) https://daytonvistas.com/then-and-now-aerial-of-third-and-jefferson-fire-blocks/
Dayton Vistas post on the Wyoming theater Libby mentions https://daytonvistas.com/demolitions-east-side-streetview/
Huffman Historic District:
Huffman Historic Upcoming “Spirit of Huffman” Event: Oct 12 & 13
Boxcar Suite – “Time Machine”