I think you mean Andy Travis played by Gary Sandy. Another Daytonian on the old WKRP was Gordon Jump, aka "the big guy".
You got the Club notice in first so UV to you. Also should be mentioned it was listed as food network's 2nd best steak house in the entire U.S.
Carillon Park has great exhibits of Dayton's history. And just a few blocks from the Pine Club (and UD).
There's so much more, like Dayton was at the forefront of the school desegregation movement.
Also home to the USAF museum and one of the largest and most important AF bases in the country. If you appreciate aviation (not just military) you need to visit. It can be a whole day experience and FREE since it's on the tax payer dime. Yea I know it's in Greene County but if not for the Wright's it wouldn't exist.
Thanks for letting us crow about our little piece of American history.
Oh for the days when phones were hard-wired and only in homes, businesses and boxes usually on street corners.
Suggestion: GET THOSE (SHORTS) IN THE 11W DRY GOODS STORE! You'll sell out - maybe just to me.
PS sorry for raising my voice. But I want them.
I just spotted this over on 247 and came here to confirm.
Well - We're waiting.....
Meanwhile get the FIREWORKS ready boyz.