Reaching the five year milestone in the restaurant business is a tremendous accomplishment. Especially in downtown Dayton during a recession. But The Ohio Coffee Co. has fought to stay alive and has even grown during its first five years. Wednesday, 10/1/14, is five years in business for this independent mom and pop shop.
The owners of the OCC are Robert Gray and Becky Ledingham Gray. When they first opened their business in 2009, they only wanted to be a coffee shop. ...
Film and TV actress Keke Palmer made headlines three weeks ago when she became the first African-American Cinderella on Broadway in “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.” But you don’t have to go to New York City to witness that kind of unique, outside the box casting. After all, Sinclair Community College’s wonderfully charming production of Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” takes a similarly non-traditional approach that allows the classic tale to refreshingly breathe anew.
Elegantly directed with beautifully fluid transitions by Kimberly ...
What is ShakesBeer?
A) A casual mix and mingle for downtown residents and employees.
B) A fun way to enjoy Shakespeare's Othello through a modern (and much shortened!) production.
C) An opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at one of Dayton's local craft breweries.
All of the above!
Dayton Metro Library is hosting a free after-work networking event on Thursday, October 9 at the Main Library (215 E. Third Street, Dayton) with a double dose of craft.
First up: Enjoy the craft of acting from The Human Race Theatre Company as they ...
It's not every actor who receives a "good job" email from Don Henley after his TV series premieres, but J.D. Souther isn't your typical thespian. Sharp-eyed music fans may have done a double take when they saw Souther in the role of fictional country music legend Watty White in ABC's addictive new nighttime soap Nashville.
That's the opening paragraph from David Browne in a Rolling Stone article at J.D. Souther. When asked how he got cast in the Nashville TV show, ...