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WORTH THE DRIVE: A few reasons to ‘MMMbop’ your way to the Indiana State Fair

This August, approximately two hours west in Indianapolis, hundreds of thousands of people will flock to the Indiana State Fair. 

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The 17-day extravaganza celebrates Hoosiers’ spirit and agricultural heritage. The fair has been a staple to Hoosiers’ end of summer fun since its debut in 1852. In addition to classic fair fun, there are plenty of concerts.

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Today, the first 6 of 17 total concerts were announced that will headline the entertainment at the fair. The concerts are free with paid admission to the fair.

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Whether you’re into old time rock n’ roll, soulful gospel or pop beats, there is a genre and group that’ll strike harmony with  your taste. The concerts are free with paid fair admission. 

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The first round of announced acts include:

• Rick Springfield – Friday, Aug. 3 

• HANSON – Friday, Aug. 10 

• for King & Country – Sunday, Aug. 12 

• Grand Funk Railroad – Wednesday, Aug. 15 

• An Evening with Hunter Hayes – Thursday, Aug. 16 

• Kirk Franklin – Sunday, Aug. 19

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Online ticket sales are available now, presented by WGU Indiana, at a discounted rate of $8 plus convenience fee on the Indiana State Fair website. Tickets purchased at the gate are $13. Additional promotions will be run throughout the summer on the fair’s website

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For the first time the Indiana State Fair, is bringing fairgoers a circus featuring acrobats, clowns, trapeze artists and more. The new Big Top Circus presented by Bee Window is FREE with paid State Fair admission. The Big Top Circus will perform three shows daily, with seating limited to the first 1,600 people per show. This unique, family-friendly experience will be presented in a single-ring and will not include any exotic animals.

The circus will feature Bello Nock, the “World’s Greatest Comic Daredevil” and has been featured in the “Guinness Book of World Records” for a high wire walk over a cruise ship. He has performed several stunts in New York City, including rappelling off Madison Square Garden and hanging from a helicopter over the Statue of  Liberty. Bello performs without traditional clown makeup. He has been included on Time Magazine’s list of America’s Best  Artists and Entertainers.

Want to go?

WHAT: 2018 Indiana State Fair

WHERE: 1202 E. 38th St., Indianapolis, IN

WHEN: Aug. 3-17

COST: Fair admission $8 advance, $13 at the gate

INFO: WebsiteFacebook

BREAKING NEWS: Luke Bryan concert planned for area farm dropped 

The  Luke Bryan concert that had been planned for a farm in our neck of the woods is being moved. 

Shannon Boerger of  Springfork Farms in Irwin , a community near Springfield and Urbana, confirmed that the Sept. 27 stop of Bryan’s farm tour will not happen at her family’s farm after all. 

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The website for the tour now indicates that an Ohio concert is still planned for Sept. 27, but now at a location still to be announced in the Columbus area. It says more information will be available soon.

A message has been sent to tour organizers seeking comment.

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The tour includes five other farms as well: 

🤠 Sept 28 at Atkins Farm in Pesotum, Ill.

🤠 Sept. 29 at Ziel Farm in Boone, Iowa

🤠 Oct. 4 at Whitehurst Cattle Company in Archer, Fla. 

🤠 Oct. 5 at Misty Morning Farms in North Augusta, S.C.

🤠 Oct. 6 at Doug Yates Farms in Ringgold, Ga.

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Tickets for the tour will go on sale at 10 a.m. June 6 at

Tickets will be $51 in advance and $60 at the gate if still available. Parking will be $5 in advance and $20 day of. Once the show sells out, no tickets will be sold at the gate. Parking will begin at 2 p.m., and doors will open at 5 p.m. with the show beginning at 6 p.m.

   Bryan — a judge on “American Idol” — awards college scholarships to students from farming families attending local colleges or universities near the tour stops.  

More than 50 scholarships have been given out. 

Bryan is a two-time Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year, a five-time host of the ACM Awards and a NSAI Artist/Songwriter of the Year. 

He was named a CMT Artist of the Year six consecutive years. 

His hits include “Country Girl;” “Do I;” “Most people are good;” Drink Beer; “Drunk on you;” “Strip it down” and “Huntin, Fishin & Lovin’.”

Classic restaurant celebrating 40 years with epic parking lot parties  

It is not every day that a Dayton classic turns the big 4-0. 

It is a good thing the Castro family at El Meson knows how to throw a party that rises to the occasion. 

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The restaurant at 903 E. Dixie Drive in West Carollton is planning a two-day weekend blowout to celebrate its 40th anniversary, according to details posted to Eventbrite.   

The parking lot parties set for 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. July 20-21 will feature live music and dancing under tents and street grub from El Meson’s fleet of food trucks. 

Admission is $5 for both days and a limited number of $35 VIP tickets are available for Friday or Saturday patio seating.

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VIP admission includes admission to a less crowded area, servers and a better view of the yet-to-be announced lineup of bands. 

A customer appreciation happy hour is set for 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. both days in the restaurant’s “party lot,” according to the Eventbrite information.

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It includes free entry and $5 margaritas. 

Herman and Gloria Castro opened the restaurant to the public July 15, 1978, as the Pizza Queen. 

The restaurant morphed into El Meson and now specializes in dishes from Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

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The business is now owned and operated by their children and sons and daughters-in-law — Bill, Marie, Scott and Chef Mark Abbott.>> RELATED:  39 things to know and love about El Meson


What: El Meson’s 40th Anniversary Weekend 

When: 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, July 20 and 21 

Where: El Meson, 903 E. Dixie Drive in West Carrollton

Cost: Admission is $5 for both days and a limited number of $35 VIP tickets are available for Friday or Saturday patio seating.

Tickets: Visit the Eventbrite page for advance VIP tickets

Centerville’s food truck season kicks off this Thursday

Centerville is joining the food truck bandwagon by hosting regular food truck rallies the first Thursday of the month now through September. 

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The rallies, which will be held rain or shine, will be located in the Wesbanco Bank parking lot in front of Kroger on SR-48 and Main Street in Centerville.

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According to the event Facebook page, 6 or more of Dayton’s best trucks will line up at each rally. There will also be live music, and patrons are invited to bring their own seating. 

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This month’s trucks include Hunger Paynes Food Truck, Thai1On, Dayton Urban BBQ, Chicago Gyros and Dogs Beavercreek and Shantz Express.

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Want to go?

WHAT: Centerville Food Truck Hub

WHERE: 1033 S. Main St., Centerville (Wesbanco Bank parking lot in front of Kroger on SR-48 and Main Street in Centerville)

WHEN: Thursday, June 7 at 5 p.m. (every first Thursday of the month following)

INFO: Facebook

WEEKNIGHT ADVENTURE: Kayak through downtown Dayton at special event

Ready for a river adventure? The staff at Five Rivers MetroParks are ready to lead you on a water escapade along the Mad River and the Great Miami River. 

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On Wednesday, June 6, at 5:30 p.m., the MetroParks staff and attendees will set off on their aquatic trek on the two rivers.

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Through two whitewater features of RiverScape River Runs, kayakers will see and experience our city from a different perspective.

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There is a chance of tip over while kayaking, and patrons will be getting wet — so dress for the occasion, including wearing water shoes or old sneakers. The trip will include paddling through Class II-III whitewater rapids (novice/intermediate), requiring active paddling through some of the venture.

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This trip is weather dependent and currently has 7 open registration spots. The cost to register is $30 per person. The deadline to register is June 6.

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Want to go?

WHAT: Downtown Dayton River Kayaking Trips

WHERE: Mad River Trail, 2299 E. Monument Ave., Dayton

WHEN: Wednesday, June 6 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.


Georgia Tech investigation dismisses claim basketball coach Josh Pastner sexually assaulted woman

An investigation commissioned by Georgia Tech has found “no credible evidence” to support allegations that its head men’s basketball coach sexually assaulted a fan.

A lawyer hired by Tech issued a lengthy report that the school says exonerated coach Josh Pastner. The coach had been accused by the girlfriend of a former friend of groping and inappropriately touching her numerous times between 2016 and 2017.

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Tech said that Athletic Director Todd Stansbury would be meeting with Pastner to discuss access to the basketball program by outsiders.

Pastner had been coach at the University of Memphis from 2009 before going to Georgia Tech.

Click here for updates.

UPDATE: One of Akron’s top pizza restaurants coming to Dayton

Ink has been dried and demolition work has begun to bring one of the Akron area’s favorite pizza parlors to Dayton. 

Tony Clark, a Huffman Historic Area resident and the owner of  DK Effect , said he has formally signed an agreement with Gionino’s Pizzeria, a northeast Ohio based pizza chain with about 44 locations between Cleveland and Canton. 

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He started demo work last week to transform the former site of Brother’s tire shop, 1528 E. Third St., into a Gionino’s franchise.

Clark is from Tallmadge, a community in the Akron area. He grew up a stone’s throw from Gionino’s first location. 

He said he looks forward to bringing the flavors from his hometown to the city he loves and calls home.

“It is generally always rated the top (pizza) in the city,” Clark said of Gionino’s. “It is not just a pizza place. They have really good fried chicken and chicken wings and salads.”

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The restaurant also features several Italian dishes on its menu. 

If all goes as planned, Clark’s will be the first Gionino’s in the area. 

The closest Gionino’s  location to Dayton is in Mansfield. There are no locations in southwest Ohio.

The Dayton restaurant will employ about 25 people and have seating for 25, Clark said.

Clark, who is partnered in the restaurant with his uncle Jim Clark, hopes to open by the end of the year.

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He said the location will eventually offer a delivery service to a four-mile radius. 

Gionino’s food will be sold within DK Effect, the 64-seat bar arcade next door that Clark owns with Joshua Brown.

It will mainly be a kitchen for DK Effect,” Clark said. “People will be able to order at the bar and the food will be delivered right there at their tables.” 

DK Effect will celebrate its one year birthday with a party from noon to 1 a.m. Saturday, June 9. 

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There will be drink specials, a pinball competition and a beat-the-beer-guy at Skee Ball challenge. 

The S&S Meat House food truck will sell food. 

Like DK Effect, Clark said Gionino’s is part of a push to revitalize the Huffman neighborhood. 

He said he likes the challenge of helping improve his neighborhood. 

“Anything that is going to help the neighborhood is going to help me directly,” he said. “When you do these things,  you get to meet interesting people with a similar mindset.”


What: DK Effect’s One Year Birthday

Where: DK Effect, 1600 E. Third St., Dayton

When: noon to 1 a.m. Saturday, June 9 

Connect:  FacebookWebsite | call: (937) 303-7305

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TONIGHT: Local brewpub hosting Harry Potter trivia with prizes

Ready those wands and prepare to cast a few avada kedavra spells at the competition. 

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The Wandering Griffin, 3725 Presidential Drive in Beavercreek, is hosting its popular Harry Potter live trivia from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight. 

Reservations are required and teams must be in groups of four or more. 

Call (937) 956-5216 for reservations. 

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The night includes three rounds of Trivia hosted by Pepper Sprout Productions with a $10 prize awarded for each round. 

The overall prize is $25. 

Prizes also will be given out for winners of a costume contest. 

>> The streets of Yellow Springs will be hopping with music, food, beer and more crazy-weird fun

PHOTOS: Did we spot you having a BERRY good time at the Troy Strawberry Festival?

Strawberry donuts. Strawberry shortcake. Chocolate covered berries. All of these sweet treats are part of the charm of the annual Troy Strawberry Festival in downtown Troy. Here is who we spotted on Saturday, June 2, 2018. PHOTOS BY DAVID MOODIE, CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER

The streets of Yellow Springs will be hopping with music, food, beer and more crazy-weird fun

It’s almost the time again when everyone’s favorite offbeat community throws its annual street fair. The roads of Yellow Springs will come to life with patrons shopping and visiting over 200 craft and food vendors.

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But Street Fair isn’t just about shopping and eating. There are two stages of music, a beer garden, street performers and plenty of fun.

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Fair-goers are invited to FREE Yoga On The Lawn with Monica Hasek of the Wellness Center at Antioch College. Following Yoga, guests will experience the wonderful sounds of Native American Flute Artist Matthew Thoma followed by Kaitlin Morrison. 

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The Yellow Springs belly dance troupe Egyptian Breeze will perform at noon and 2 p.m., with beloved local group Scary Balance in between at 1 p.m. The day will close out with Jake Riley & Friends at 3 p.m., followed by The Nautical Theme at 4 p.m.

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At the Beer and Music Fest located at the John Bryan Community Center, guests can enjoy larger bands and delicious craft beer from noon until 7 p.m. The music kick off at noon features the Columbus band Unlawful, followed by Erika Hughes & The Well Mannered, Rachel Litteral and The Abstracts, Devil’s Backbone, and Gin-Soaked Angels (who will be celebrating their first album release that day). At 5 p.m., enjoy the impressive stylings of Ontario, Canada-based Rose Cora Perry & The Truth Untold. Closing out the show with the 6 p.m. slot will be Andy Shaw Band, a Reggae act based out of Columbus. 

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To make getting to Street Fair easier, guests are invited to use the free shuttle service from Young’s Dairy and Yellow Springs High School which will be available from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Locals are invited to ride their bike and use the free Bike Miami Valley bike valet service at the corner of Dayton Street and Rt. 68. 

Street Fair is free and open to the public. Handicapped parking is available at the Municipal Lot on Corry St. Please note, the Yellow Springs Street Fair is a pet free festival.

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Want to go?

WHAT: Yellow Springs Street Fair & Music Fest

WHERE: Downtown Yellow Springs

WHEN: June 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

INFO: Call (937) 767-2686 | Website 

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