These OTC Securities Had the Most Trading Activity in June

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OTC Markets trading volume was still led by cryptocurrencies and cannabis for the month of June, but many other securities shined comparatively as volumes in crypto and cannabis slowed.

Over the course of the month, combined total dollar volume on OTC Markets reached just over $52.5 billion. Compared to May’s total of $60.4 billion, this was a 13% drop. Additionally,  in comparison to May’s figures, total dollar volume for the OTCQX was down 35%, however, the OTCQB volume clocked an increase of 36%.

OTCQX

Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (OTCQX: GBTC

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A look at June 2021 restaurant openings and what’s coming soon to the Dayton-area.

The new, downtown Dayton Flyboy’s Deli restaurant and bar opened June 26.

Credit: Staff

Credit: Staff

Flyboy’s Deli held a grand opening June 26 for its new downtown Dayton location.

Located at 219 N. Patterson Boulevard, on the ground floor of the CareSource building, Flyboy’s is situated directly next to the downtown Winans Chocolates & Coffee shop that opened at the start of 2020.

Though breakfast was recently discontinued at the Oakwood restaurant, the downtown shop will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner.

ExploreSneak Peek: Opening date announced for downtown Flyboy’s Deli

Gionino’s Pizzeria

Gionino's Pizzeria has opened anther location in Kettering. LISA POWELL / STAFF

Gionino’s

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15 great movies leaving Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon by end of June 2021

The end of the month means a fresh new crop of interesting films coming to platforms like Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, and Amazon Prime Video — but it also means scrambling to say goodbye to all the great movies you forgot about or always meant to get around to but didn’t. You’re looking for the good stuff and you don’t have a lot of time. We get it; we got you covered.

We’ve combed through the wave of outgoing streaming releases to bring these platforms have to offer during this long holiday weekend. Here there

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Hungry? 28 new restaurants that opened in June 2021 in Dallas-Fort Worth

After more than a year of restaurants pivoting, struggling and failing, the CEO of the Texas Restaurant Association says restaurant openings are accelerating in all parts of the state. We’ll take the good news.

In Dallas-Fort Worth, a flurry of new restaurants have opened in June 2021 alone. Here’s a look 28 newcomers:

Restaurants are listed in order of when they opened, starting with the most recent.

Manpuku Japanese Yakiniku Grill is a Japanese grilled meat restaurant opening on Dallas’ Lowest Greenville on June 29. At each interactive dinner, chefs place raw meat

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Your Daily FoodScope for June 19, 2021

Do you often find yourself wondering what food to cook, how to cook it, and even that dreaded question—how much of it? It’s a daily struggle for all of us, but need not be with our food horoscope. Satisfaction is only a click away!

Aries

You won’t be into anything daring today, especially when it comes to food. So you’ll turn your nose up at tuna tartar, coq au vin, Cornish game hen and blackened swordfish. You’ll be a meat and potatoes person today, especially if the meat is extra well done and the potatoes

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Things to Do: Fun Food Events This Week (June 16-20)

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Father’s Day is coming up, it’s hot outside and we need things to do that will keep us literally and figuratively cool. Luckily, events are back to near pre-pandemic levels, and there’s something to do every night this week. The lineup includes silly, serious, swanky and very social media-friendly events. Whether you’re looking for something to do with your dad, for a date night or with the kids, you’ll likely

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