Features by Lewis Wallace
Posted In: food deserts, farmers market, Dayton
New approach to fighting food deserts puts fresh produce in the middle of town
Posted In: refugees, Ohio, Bhutan
Many of the refugees have never worked and have had little to no education.
Posted In: restaurants, kids, adult, Food, menu
Big people with little appetites: you can't always get what you want.
It's Go Barefoot Day? Penpal Day? Say Something Nice Day? Who says?
Posted In: Banks, socially responsible investments, Dayton
A growing number of cities are requiring banks to be "socially responsible."
Posted In: green, Burial, environmental
Enter environmentally friendly burials.
Posted In: Dayton, China, manufacturing
Chinese companies need more of the kinds of skilled labor available in the U.S.
Posted In: Golf, lawns, green
Failed golf courses are being allowed to return to their natural states.
Posted In: funerals, cremation, death
As black neighborhoods change, funeral directors are struggling to adapt.
Posted In: bottled water, Ohio, California drought 2014, drought
As states face major water shortages, some cities sense a business opportunity