Warminster invited to bingo for a cause

August 31, 2018 by  

Emergency services help keep a community safe in times of crisis, and during an event that will be held near Warminster, the public will have an opportunity to support their efforts. [Read more]

Evening planned to support first responders

August 31, 2018 by  

Vero Beach residents have been invited to show their local first responders some love by attending an event that will benefit these front-line personnel [Read more]

Wauwatosa event to salute those who serve

August 31, 2018 by  

There is a saying that goes “once a soldier, always a soldier”, and a Wauwatosa area event will be bringing together currently serving military members, as well as vets [Read more]

Warwick event planned for local beer lovers

August 31, 2018 by  

Rhode Island beers will be on tap during a special occasion that will soon be on offer near Warwick, and beer lovers from across the state are welcome. [Read more]

Back to school bash for Virginia Beach

August 31, 2018 by  

It’s back to school time in Virginia Beach, and kids and parents alike have been issued an invitation that can help them get ready for the big day. [Read more]

Top Cats making a comeback

August 31, 2018 by  

A familiar live music venue is returning to Cincinnati soon, according to an article on Cincinnati.com.

Top Cats, a rock room popular between about 1990 and 2010, is reopening with a new owner, but in the same 2820 Vine Street location. Tony Engel bought the place and plans to operate under the original business model: live music. He has also bringing back the name. Most recently, the premises housed 86 Coffee Bar & Concert Venue.

Engel says there are still some minor construction issues to finish before he can open, but most of the work is straightforward. When completed, which it should be sometime this month, the space will hold 700 patrons – 350 inside, and 350 more on the patio.

Engel believes his patrons will consist of both live music fans and UC students. He says Top Cats is first and foremost a live music spot, but he intends to have college nights as well. He envisions having College Nights on Thursdays, then live music on Fridays, and at other times during the week. He adds he could start Saturdays off with a band, then switch to a DJ hosting a dance night.

Although the venue is on campus, Engel says:

“I’m not going to survive from UC’s campus alone. We need live music in there to get both groups of individuals.”

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Grist Mill in Rosyln to be restored

August 31, 2018 by  

A historic grist mill in Roslyn, about three miles from Williston Park, is scheduled to be restored [Read more]

Jason J. Reed named director of diversity and inclusion

August 31, 2018 by  

Holy Name High School in Parma Heights recently announced that Jason J. Reed will serve as its first director of diversity and inclusion [Read more]

Washington to host seafood celebration

August 31, 2018 by  

Oysters have long been harvested in the North Atlantic, and a Washington celebration will showcase how each farm produces ones with a unique flavor. [Read more]

Sioux Falls Paramedics Plus employee honored

August 31, 2018 by  

Monte Mathews, operations supervisor for Paramedics Plus in Sioux Falls, was recently awarded the Stars of Life award by the American Ambulance Association [Read more]

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