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It’s ‘A Christmas Story’ in July with the new Ohio State Fair butter display

The Ohio State Fair’s best-kept secret has been unveiled, and it’s bringing some holiday spirit to a summer tradition. >> Deep-fried buckeyes just one reason you won’t want to miss the Ohio State Fair

This year’s butter display, presented by the American Dairy Association Mideast, celebrates 35 years of the classic holiday film, “A Christmas Story,” which was filmed in Cleveland in 1983.>> The Ohio State Fair will have 3 FREE concerts with well-known acts, plus a dozen ticketed events

Sculptors spent about 400 hours in the 46-degree cooler crafting more than a ton of butter into scenes from the iconic movie including Ralphie in his bunny suit, a Christmas tree and of course, the infamous leg lamp.>> A few reasons to ‘MMMbop’ your way to the Indiana State Fair, including a concert by legendary Doors guitarist

“Watching ‘A Christmas Story’ is a holiday tradition for people across the country, and we’re proud that it’s one that started right here in Ohio,” said Jenny Hubble, senior vice president of communications for ADA Mideast in a news release to this news organization.>> Wacky foods you’ll only find at the Ohio State Fair

The butter sculptures are on display in the Dairy Products Building at the Ohio State Fair from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. through Aug. 5. >> PHOTOS: Did we spot you at El Meson’s 40th anniversary party?!

Want to go?

WHAT: Annual butter display at the Ohio State Fair

WHERE: The Ohio Expo Center and State Fair, 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus

WHEN: July 25 through Aug. 5

INFO: FacebookWebsite

Ashley McBryde is coming to Indianapolis 

  • Date: Friday, November 9th
  • Time: 6:00PM
  • Location: 8 Seconds Saloon - Indianapolis 
  • Ticket Prices: $5/$10
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Watch Ashley McBryde’s music video “A Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega”


What a weekend! Gala of Hope raises more than $1.5M for cancer patients and their families

Gala of Hope, a bi-annual event that financially supports individuals battling cancer as well as their families, hosted a wildly successful fundraiser last weekend. >> Flyer, the baby bald eagle, dies less than a week after first flight in DaytonExceeding the funding plea by $235,000, the event raised a whopping $1,509,000 with the help of more than 562 guests.

On Bob and Barbara Mills’ 51-acre property in Beavercreek, the couple erected a party pavilion that they use for the Gala of Hope, as well as other events throughout the year.  >> PHOTOS: Did we spot you at El Meson’s 40th anniversary party?!During the gala, 14 live auctions helped break the ceiling on the monetary goal. Among the items on the auction block: An immaculately restored 1965 Red Ford Mustang that went for $40,000, an Aussiedoodle puppy for $6,000, a custom-built child’s playhouse for $12,000 and a spectacular week to a private estate home in Antigua for $40,000.

So what is the Gala of Hope? This nonprofit organization aims to improve care for cancer patients, support caregivers and fund research. >> What’s journalism anyway? It’s complicated“For patients, we improve treatments not covered by health insurance,  from physical and musical therapy, massage therapy and exercise, helping them along in their journey,” said event organizer Bob Mills, who has a very personal connection to the mission. >> PHOTOS: Did we spot you at the first ever Adventures Fest?

Mills was diagnosed with malignant melanoma in 2003, having a 50/50 chance to make it through successfully. In 2009, Mills lost his wife to metastatic bladder cancer after a few years of treatment. After she died, his granddaughter was diagnosed with leukemia. It was during this time that Mills began to think of a way to help those battling cancer,  as well as those supporting them. 

Not having the technical knowledge for a treatment or cure, he turned to raising money for improved treatments, medications, support efforts and therapies.>> Jet stream: How the weather pattern is affecting our conditions

“When a child is diagnosed with cancer, and they have an extended hospital stay, one of the two parents has to stay with the child, and usually they end us losing their salary, which can mean getting behind in normal household expenses. We are a mechanism to improve that for the caregivers. Sometimes we make mortgage payments or utilities, anything that will help the patient and caregiver going through the process of the cancer treatment,” said Mills.

>> A family of 9 was on Branson duck boat when it sank. All survived

Typically, patients find the organization through one of the area’s local hospitals.Each potential recipient is evaluated, much like the process of applying for a grant. Years of processing and vetting patients allows them to flow through the process effectively as they know what’s involved in patient care.

>> Alexa will soon be able to give you first-aid advice

“We’ve funded a great research mission at Dayton Children's, the first tissue bank for tumors,” explained Mills. Thanks to this grant, with permission from a child’s parent, a tumor can be safely stored and used for research.

>> New Ronald McDonald Family Room opens inside Dayton Children's HospitalOther than home finances, therapies and support, the organization also supports transportation needs for patients. Notably, the organization purchased a van for the Pink Ribbon Girls so they could shuttle patients to their appointments. 

>> Kettering Medical Center hosts reunion for NICU babies and families

“We’re in the process of putting together a program so all patients have transportation to their treatments. Patients often times miss appointments not just because they don’t want to go, but because they don’t have the means,” said Mills.

These days, it’s hard to find anyone who hasn’t been impacted by cancer. 

>> Good Samaritan Hospital has officially closed

“We have an extremely benevolent community, a strong and philanthropic community in Dayton and the Miami Valley — that’s the only reason we can raise this much money. The people here really care,” said Mills.The Gala of Hope is an invitation-only event, where guests receive their invitation through one of the event’a sponsors. This year, more than 56 organizations supported and sponsored the event. 

>> Double 18 Lounge raises the bar on spots near UD's campus

“We’re here, we’re impactful, and we truly are changing the face of cancer here in our community,” said Mills. 

To learn more and donate to Gala of Hope, visit their website

Deep fried buckeyes, insane butter works of art and more in store at Ohio State Fair

There’s nothing quite like the state fair, and this year, there’s more to see and do than ever.Here’s your guide to what to do at the Ohio State Fair, which kicks off this Wednesday.>> The Ohio State Fair will have 3 FREE concerts with well-known acts, plus a dozen ticketed events

WHAT’S NEWFor the first time, the Budweiser Clydesdales will make an appearance at the Ohio State Fair. There are lots of new classes and activities, including The Marvelous Mutts, a doggie talent show featuring rescued and adopted dogs. 

Looking for a rush of adrenaline? Don’t miss The Nerveless Nocks All American Stunt and Thrill Show featuring free falling, motorcycle and aerial performance stunts.

Also new this year is Eric E., an acoustic performer, and Drew Murray, an interactive comedian and magician. Allez-OOPS will bring circus stunts, Plant Guy (exactly what it sounds like!) will make his first appearance, as well as UniCorn, a quick-witted corn-loving unicorn character. 

>> WORTH THE DRIVE: The Water Lantern Festival in Columbus


There will be camel rides, jumbo tic-tac-toe, mural painting, interactive agricultural exhibits, physics fun, parades, pig races, petting zoos, pony rides and more. See all the attraction details on the Ohio State Fair website.

>> What was George Clinton doing in downtown Dayton?


Ride tickets are sold as $1 coupons — select kiddie rides require one coupon; super kiddie and spectacular rides require two coupons; super spectacular rides require three coupons. Special ride-all-day wristbands are available for $25 at the fair, or $20 in advance at Kroger and Ticketmaster outlets through July 26. There’s a 144-foot giant slide, Kiddieland for the little tikes, and over 60 rides from ferris wheels to free-fall drops at Mountain Dew Midway. 

>> A few reasons to ‘MMMbop’ your way to the Indiana State Fair, including a concert by legendary Doors guitarist

LIVE ENTERTAINMENTFrom jugglers to family bands, comedy to musicians, lumberjack and magic shows, there are plenty of shows to watch. In addition to set shows, there will also be strolling entertainers who you can find on every corner. Check out all the entertainment here

>> Wacky foods you’ll only find the Ohio State Fair


If you’re a fan of deep fried Oreos and strawberries, wait until you try the deep fried buckeyes, cookie dough, gummy bears, mashed potatoes, tacos, pickles and butter (yes, butter). There will also be a 300-pound buckeye candy, which the fair’s Facebook page says will be “4 feet wide and 4 feet tall.”

SHOPPINGThere are 249 shopping vendors scheduled for this year’s state fair. The Ohio State Fair website has an interactive map that allows you to search items and vendors so you can map out exactly where you want to stop and shop — you can even print the map out. At the fair, you’ll find everything from skin care to jewelry, western boots to gourmet sauces, glass sculptures to handbags — and much, much more.

>> Wu-Tang Clan member gives monster shout-out to Dayton bar’s warning to ‘parents and prudes’


If you’ve never witnessed this daring dairy creation, it’s a must. Every year a new butter sculpture is unveiled. This year’s sculpture is Earle Bruce, the late football coach of Ohio State University.

>> Dayton gridiron hero LaVar Glover on walking away, playing golf and building bridges after the NFL

Want to go?

WHAT: Ohio State Fair

WHERE: The Ohio Expo Center and State Fair, 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus

WHEN: July 25 through Aug. 5


Dive bar dives into Shark Week with $4 deep blue drink special

The owner of one of Dayton’s favorite dive bars has a deep blue wish.

“I love sharks,” said MacKenzie Manley, the owner of Mack’s Tavern. “My number one bucket list item is to go into a shark cage in Australia with great whites.”

>> RELATED: Raise Your Brush has a toothy Shark Week Special 

In honor of her wet wish and the return of Discovery channel’s Shark Week this week, the pub at 381 Miamisburg-Centerville Road in Washington Twp., Montgomery County, is offering the Arctic Shark.

The concoction is made of Ocean Vodka and super secret blue ingredients served over “a glacier of shaved ice.” 

The $4 drink comes topped with shark gummy candies. 

>> Have you been to the ‘Best Dive Bar’ in Dayton yet? Here’s why you’ll love it

MacKenzie’s love affair with sharks is real.

“I have a terrible fetish and addiction to the Megalodon. I think they still exist down there somewhere. I even have a tooth from one dated over 2 million years old,” she explained. “I love Shark Week. I watch everything that's on all week long. I'm just a child on the inside. But aren't we all.”

>> Watch: 20-foot shark swims with Coast Guard boat near Maine

LOCASH is coming to Indianapolis 

  • Date: Friday, October 26th 
  • Time: 6:00PM
  • Location: 8 Seconds Saloon - Indianapolis 
  • Ticket Prices: $12-$30
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Watch LOCASH’s music video “I Love This Life”

Chris Lane is coming to Indianapolis

Get your “Fix” of Chris Lane this October in Indianapolis! Below is all the info you need to know for the concert.

  • Date: Saturday, October 20th 
  • Time: 6:00PM
  • Location: 8 Seconds Saloon - Indianapolis 
  • Ticket Prices: $10-$20
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Watch Chris Lane’s video “Take Back Home Girl”

Neal McCoy is coming to Indianapolis 

Head to Indianapolis to see the real Neal McCoy! Here is all the info you need to see a great show.  

  • Date: Saturday, October 6th 
  • Time: 6:00PM
  • Location: 8 Seconds Saloon - Indianapolis 
  • Ticket Prices: $7-$15
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Lanco is coming to Indianapolis 

Want to see Lanco in concert in Indianapolis? Here is all the info you need. 

  • Date: Wednesday, October 3rd
  • Time: 5:00PM
  • Location: 8 Seconds Saloon - Indianapolis 
  • Ticket Prices: $15/$30
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Watch Lanco’s new music video “Born To Love You”

Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch are coming to Cincinnati 

Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch are bringing the “Reason to Drink...Another Tour” to Cincinnati with Special Guest Lauren Alaina. 

  • Date: Saturday, December 8th 
  • Time: TBA
  • Location: BB&T Arena - Highland Heights (Cincinnati)
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Watch Cole Swindell’s new music video “Break Up In The End”

Watch Dustin Lynch’s music video “Small Town Boy”

Watch Lauren Alaina’s music video “Road Less Traveled”

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