Prepare to slurp and sip.
A downtown restaurant is offering customers a little R and R.
Table 33, 130 W. Second St. in downtown Dayton, recently launched its new Thursday “popup dinner” night series with Rosé and Ramen. The next event takes place Thursday, Oct. 18.
“We wanted to give people something different and something new,” Table 33 general manager Sam DeLong told this news organization.
For $25, diners will receive a bottle of rosé wine and a bowl of vegan, beef, chicken or pork ramen.
The cost is $13 for only a bowl of ramen with no rosé.
The ramen broth will be made in-house with local produce, grass-fed beef bones, and/or free-range chicken or pork.
DeLong said the restaurant will feature rosé paired with ramen from 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday nights for at least two months.
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Table 33 chef Desmond Keane said he fell in love with ramen while teaching English in South Korea.
He ate it nearly daily and said it conjures up great memories in his mind of the women who served it to him and of the aunts and moms who taught him to prepare Korean delights.
“The food I put on my menu, it is literally an interpretation of my travels,” said Keane, a Filipino and Irish American born in St. Petersburg, Florida. “It’s not just Asian food. It is food from Florida.”
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Keane said tastes of Florida from Cuban sandwiches made with Cuban bread from Evan’s Bakery to smoked fish finds its way to the menu.
“People know it because they vacation in Florida,” he said. “All of the food I make has a memory.”
WHAT TO GO?
WHAT: Rosé and Ramen PopUp Night
WHERE: Table 33, 130 W. Second St. in downtown Dayton
WHEN: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursdays Oct. 11-Nov. 15
Hard to believe, but it’s the 15th year for one of SICSA Pet Adoption Center’s unique events that raises funds for the center’s spay neuter program.
The “SICSA Red Dog RACERS Charity Auction & Cruise-in” is a motorsports themed event that includes displayed race cars, show cars, cruise-in cars, a one-hour race driver’s autograph session, a Live bid auction that starts at 12:30 p.m. and more.
“Not just a NASCAR event, this fund raiser focuses on many 4-wheel racing series including; IndyCar, NHRA, IMSA, Midgets, Sprints…to name a few. Admission is FREE!” according to a press release. The RACERS event will be held at TJ Chumps — next to The Rose Music Center in Huber Heights. The public is even encouraged to bring in their own “wheels” to display. No advance registration is necessary.
The auction happening at 12:30 p.m. is said to be “HUGE,” featuring one-of-a-kind collectible packages, many autographed. The items have been donated by well-known race drivers, team owners, team members, sponsors and venues. Guest race drivers will model the donations as they go up for bid.
WANT TO GO?
WHAT: SICSA Red Dog RACERS Charity Auction Event & Cruise-in
WHEN: 10 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20
WHERE: TJ Chumps, 7050 Executive Blvd, Huber HeightsINFO: sicsa.org
A NBA legend will be among us today.
Icon retired NBA player Earvin "Magic" Johnson is scheduled to attend Central State University’s Marauder Athletic Hall of Fame induction lunch this Friday, Oct. 12.
Johnson, now the chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises and president of operations for the Los Angeles Lakers, is expected to give remarks at the event scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. at the Country Club of the North, 1 Club N Dr. in Xenia.
Tickets are $60 each.
Click here or call 937-376-6345 to purchase.
Tom Joyner, a nationally known radio personality and philanthropist, will be the keynote speaker at the lunch.
The syndicated show host of the Tom Joyner Morning Show is in town for his yearly promotion with 92.1 WROU.
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Joyner and his team will meet fans tonight at a free meet and greet happy hour from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at The Unity Banquet Center, 735 Cincinnati Street, Dayton. Doors open at 4.pm.
Six people will be inducted into the Marauder Athletic Hall of Fame at the lunch Friday.
"We are truly proud of the inductees and appreciate all they have done in setting the standard for all Central State University student-athletes," Vice President of Athletics & Institutional Advancement Jahan Culbreath said in a press release. "This year's class reflects excellence, and we are looking forward to honoring them at this year's induction ceremony."
• Jon Bradford | Football | Full Back | Class of 1975
• Edward "Bee" Bryant | Basketball | Forward | Class of 1967
• Marvin Coleman | Football | Cornerback & Kick Returner
• Larry Kelly | Football | Running Back | Class of 1983
• Marvin Pope | Football | Linebacker/Defensive End
• Charles Walker | Football | Lineman | Class of 1961
• 1993 Women's Track & Field Team | NAIA Indoor & Outdoor National Champions | Head Coach: Joshua Culbreath
• 1993 Men's Track & Field Team | NAIA Indoor & Outdoor National Champions | Head Coach: Joshua Culbreath
The Central State athletic department will also honor CSU's 1968 men's basketball team, which was led by head coach Bill Lucas.
His team finished its season with a 29-4 overall record and claimed the program's second NAIA National Championships with a dramatic 51-48 win over Fairmont State University.
WANT TO GO?
What: Central State University’s Marauder Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony
When: 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12
Where: The Country Club of the North, 1 Club North Drive in Xenia.
Cost: Tickets are $60 each. Click here or call 937-376-6345 to purchase.
The woods of Brukner Nature Center will soon be alive with the sounds of spooks.
Trails will be lit with enchanting lights for a kid-friendly evening filled with guided walks, live animals, costumed characters and more. Guides will lead the way along the gently rolling trail and stop at six stations along the way to teach the kiddos all about the wild creatures of Brukner Nature Center.
“But the fun doesn’t stop there. Activities also include free face painting, games, storytelling at a campfire, plus cookies and cider after the hike. This awesome program is only $5 per person for BNC Members and $7 per person for non-members — cash or check only. Kids ages 2 and under are free,” according to a press release.
Tickets are available first come, first serve, and organizers encourage groups to ride together because tickets are handed out at the gate. Gate opens at 6 p.m. with the first group leaving at 6:30 p.m. and every five minutes after that. Parking is limited, so load up the van (or wagon!) and carpool.
WANT TO GO?
WHAT: Brukner Nature Center Haunted Woods
WHEN: 6:30 p.m.- 8 p.m. Saturday & Sunday, October 20 & 21, 27 & 28
WHERE: Brukner Nature Center, 5995 Horseshoe Bend Road, Troy
One of the biggest bands to emerge from Dayton is releasing a new CD and celebrating it here on stage.
Zapp will celebrate the release of its latest album, “Zapp VII: Roger & Friends,” from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at the Schuster Performing Arts Center, 1 W. Second St. in downtown Dayton.
It is the legendary band’s first album since 2001’s “Zapp VI: Back by Popular Demand” and is a tribute to the late Roger Troutman.
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Tickets are $29 to $63 and available on TicketCenterStage.com or by calling 937-228-3630 or visiting 14KT CDs and Tapes, 4180 W. Hillcrest Ave, Dayton.
The concert will feature special guest Lyfe Jennings, a Toledo born R&B singer best known for his songs “S.E.X,” “Must Be Nice,” “Never Never Land” and “Statistics.”
The show will be hosted by Dayton-based comedian Mark Gregory.
Formed in Dayton in 1978 by the Troutman brothers — Roger, Larry, Lester and Terry ( “Zapp”) — Zapp gained fans around the globe with a list of hits that include "More Bounce to the Ounce," "Doo Wa Ditty," "I Can Make You Dance," "Heartbreaker" and "Computer Love."
The band is expected to play new and old songs during its Schuster Center concert, band member Ronald Frost told this news organization.
Zapp took a break following the death of Larry and Roger Troutman nearly 20 years ago.
Larry Troutman shot his brother and bandmate, talkbox pioneer Roger Troutman outside of Roger Troutman's Dayton music studio as part of a murder-suicide on April 25, 1999.
The band is now fronted by Lester Troutman.
Zapp VII celebrates Roger Troutman’s legacy, according to the The Vinyl Factory, an online magazine.
It includes posthumous performances from Roger Troutman. The magazine says Snoop Dogg and Bootsy Collins are also featured.
Zapp was in Paris for a show in 2015 when a series of terrorist attacks claimed 137 lives.
Zapp members were not injured in the attacks and vowed to return to the city.
The band is scheduled to perform at the Le Trabendo in Paris on Nov. 4 as part of its European tour that includes stops in England and France.
WANT TO GO?
What: Zapp The Remix Tour and album release party with Lyfe Jennings.
When: 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, at the Schuster Performing Arts Center, 1 W. Second St. in downtown Dayton. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $29 to $63 on TicketCenterStage.com or by calling 937-228-3630 or visiting 14KT CDs and Tapes, 4180 W. Hillcrest Ave., Dayton.
The horror movie marathon event Horrorama has become a Dayton Halloween tradition. This year, organizers have really outdone themselves and are showing 12 high-quality horror films over two days in what is sure to be one of the coolest things to do this October! Here are Dayton.com’s picks of some of the most exciting movies playing at Horrorama this weekend.
Popcorn is part of a 1990s tradition of horror movies that demonstrate a post-modernist self awareness that had never before been reflected in the genre. While searching an old trunk, college student Maggie Butler sumbles upon an old slasher flick that turns out to be terrifyingly similar to her own recurring nightmare.
The Lost Boys
The Lost Boys is the quintessential 1980s vampire film. It has it all: big ‘80s stars, a big ‘80s anthem for a theme song, and big ‘80s hair. The movie co-stars three of the era’s greatest heartthrobs: Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, and Kiefer Sutherland. While on the surface The Lost Boys is a creepy horror romp, at its core it’s a coming-of-age film about the importance of finding oneself amidst the competing noise of peer pressure and teenage drama.
Most people know director Peter Jackson from the “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” trilogies. However, his 1992 slapstick horror masterpiece “Dead Alive” is just as worthy of praise as his high-profile blockbusters. Originally released as “Braindead” in Jackson’s native New Zealand, “Dead Alive” was lauded by critics as “the goriest film of all time.” Like all great scary movies, this zombie flick combines horror with comedy and scathing social commentary. “Dead Alive” doesn’t get screened on the big screen all that often, so you’ll want to get your seat for Friday’s showing at Horrorama Dayton right away!
The Wolf Man
The Wolf Man is one of the finest specimens in Universal Studios’ classic monsters stable and featured Lon Chaney, Jr. in the role that made him a horror movie star. While home for a funeral, Larry Talbot gets bitten by a wolf while trying to impress a girl. SPOILER ALERT: He becomes a werewolf.
Bring the kids Saturday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. for the PG-rated Universal Monster Marathon.
Freddy vs. Jason
What do you get when you put the two most important slasher movie icons in the same film? You get exactly what you would expect, of course! “Freddy vs. Jason” was one of the most anticipated showdowns in horror movie history, with each contender having millions of fans in his corner. There’s plenty of violence and gore to go around, and even a little bit of a plot, involving some unfortunate circumstances at a rave that takes place in a cornfield. But it’s probably best not to worry too much about the storyline, and just enjoy your popcorn while you watch these two horror titans kick the crap out of each other.
From Dusk Til Dawn
George Clooney and Quintin Terrantino star in this south-of-the-border vampire movie directed by Robert Rodriguez and written by Terrantino. The Titty Twister is a rough bar, no doubt, but things really get nutty when the sun goes down. “From Dusk Til Dawn” oozes a Mexican-gothic vibe and has garnered a cult following that earned it two direct-to-video sequels and a television series.
WANT TO GO?
What: Horrorama Weekend
Where: Danbarry Huber Heights, 7650 Waynetowne Blvd, Huber Heights
When: Horrorama Friday Night Frights, October 12, 7 p.m. - 2 a.m. Monster Matinee, Saturday, October 13, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. (2 kids free with adult admission). All-Night Halloween Party, Saturday, October 13, 6 p.m.- 4 a.m.
More Info: Facebook Tickets
Dayton’s premiere bike park that opened just over a year ago is expanding its business already.
Mike’s Indoor Bike Park just announced its new Bike Park’s shop that will offer bike sales and “competitively priced repair shop.” In addition, the shop will be Dayton’s only scooter dealer in Dayton with brands like Lucky Pro Scooters and Envy.
"We specialize in the BMX and Mountain Bike brands but there's also a lot to choose from with Road Bikes, Commuter Bikes, Kid's Bikes, Women Specific Bikes, we've really got the whole range," owner Mike Bisig said. "We're super approachable in how we view cycling. Whether you are an old pro or just looking to get out there for the first time, we want to help find the best bike for you."
Two introductory promotions are currently going on at the shop with a free Winter Pass to the Indoor Bike Park offered with every Santa Cruz bike sold in October and a giveaway for a 2019 DK Bike X Model bike running through Dec. 15, according to a Mike’s Bike Park press release.
“We’re pushing it as ‘Ride Early, Ride Often,’ and the basic idea is that every time you ride the park or spend at least $34.99 at the shop, you get an entry into this drawing,” Bisig said. “The Model X is by far the top of the line BMX bike for sale, so come on out and have some fun. The more you do, the better your chances!”
For more information, visit Facebook. Mike’s Bike Park location: 1300 E. First St., Dayton.
Hollywood is about to come to Yellow Springs... again.
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The historic Little Art Theatre will host a special screening of “The Oath” featuring a question and answer session with actor Ike Barinholtz —the film’s writer, director and co-star — and his brother, actor Jon Barinholtz. The event is on Oct. 24.
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Jon plays Ike’s brother in “The Oath.”
Actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish plays Ike’s wife in the political comedy set to be released Oct. 12.
Dayton-based filmmaker Joel Moss Levinson will host the Q & A following the screening.
Admission to the event, a fundraiser for the nonprofit 89-year-old movie theater, is $40 a person, said Alan Barinholtz, Jon and Ike’s father who lives near Cedarville.
“I think it it is a great theater. I think it is a great community,” Alan said. “You need those mom-and-pop, single screen theaters to show special films.”
Tickets can be purchased at the Little Art, 247 Xenia Ave., or on its website.
The event includes a reception at nearby Mills Park Hotel featuring drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
WHAT IS THE CONNECTION TO YELLOW SPRINGS?
Now Los Angeles residents, the Barinholtz brothers were raised in Chicago. They have spent many summers and Christmas breaks at their grandparents’ farm near Cederville, Alan said.
“The guys have local roots in the respect that their grandparents (Monroe and Catherine Pyles) lived here and my wife (Peggy Barinholtz) lived here until we moved to Chicago,” Alan said.
Ike, a former cast member of “Mad TV,” “The Mindy Project” and “Eastbound & Down,” in particular spent a lot of time on his grandfather’s tractor, his father said.
Ike is best known for his roles in the films “Neighbors;” “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising,” “Suicide Squad” and the recently released comedy “Blockers.”
Jon has had roles in “Agent Carter” and “Dumb and Dumber To.”
Alan and Peggy have owned the family farm for about 22 years and started working on it about nine years ago, spending every other weekend here.
Alan said he kept the promise to his wife to move to the farm permanently in July.
Several of Peggy’s family members live in the area and will likely attend the Yellow Springs event, Alan said.
“The transition from Chicago to the country is fun,” the attorney and former stand-up comedian said.
The Chicago native said he loves hearing birds chirping instead of traffic.
Alan and his wife met at Ohio State University, where both were were theater majors.
Alan, now an attorney in Ohio, said the arts remain important to him and he wants to help the Little Art.
“It is pretty much a gem in Yellow Springs and Ohio,” he said.
WANT TO GO?
What: “The Oath” screening with Ike and Jon Barinholtz
When: Wednesday, Oct. 24, 6 p.m.
Where: Mills Park Hotel, 321 Xenia Ave., for drinks and hors d’oevres from 6-7 p.m. followed by screening at The Little Art, 247 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs.
Cost: $40. Tickets required and seating is limited.
More info: Purchase tickets here
Dayton has a new, chic shopping experience awaiting.
Luxe is a twice a year, carefully curated by independent brands, shopping experience that aims to give back to the community. Presented by Buckingham Financial Services, Luxe will hold its fall experience on Thursday, October 11. Another Luxe event is planned for springtime.
There will be vendors specializing in fashion, accessories and beauty brands, as well as EAT Food Truck, a cash bar, Live music and at 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., Jody McGrath of The Look of You will present “How to Dress For Your Body Shape in 1... 2... Done.”
“Your entrance to the event is via the Luxe Shopping Pass. The pass will entitle you to discounts and specials offered by our boutiques,” according to a Luxe press release. “A fabulous selection of raffle prizes have been donated and raffle tickets will be sold at the event. You do not need to be present to win. The pass is $20 and can be purchased in advance at luxedayton.com.”
The venue for the event is The Brightside Music and Event Venue, Dayton’s newest urban venue in Downtown that has not even held its Grand Opening, yet. It will be a first-look opportunity to see the revitalized building who’s owners have big plans.
Complimentary valet parking has been sponsored by Bob Ross Auto Group.
WANT TO GO?
WHAT: Luxe shopping experience
WHEN: 2 P.M.- 8 P.M. Thursday, Oct. 11
WHERE: The Brightside Music and Event Venue, 907 E. 3rd Street
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