COLUMBUS >> The Ohio Statehouse is preparing for its annual ghostly celebration of state history and legend. Ticket sales are underway for the Haunted Statehouse tours, featuring staff members and costumed volunteers leading visitors on a family-friendly excursion through the state capital’s dimly lit limestone corridors. This year’s event includes an updated tour route, new stories and what the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board calls “recently found evidence … Continue reading Ohio Statehouse ready for Halloween season tours
What: Welterweight Wrestling, a professional wrestling promotion featuring athletes 185 pounds or under, will be bringing the fight to Cleveland for a three hour pay-per-view event. Where: Turner’s Hall, 7325 Guthrie Ave. in Cleveland When: 5 p.m. Sept. 23 Why you should go: The event will feature well known stars such as Gregory Iron, a Cleveland-based wrestler with cerebral palsy, and Impact Wrestling’s DJ Z. Brian Pillman Jr., … Continue reading Welterweight Wrestling 4 event coming to Cleveland
What: Comedy Night @ GLBC, A night featuring stand up comedy and craft beer hosted by Bill Squire. Kenston High School graduate Curtis Cook will make an appearance as a special guest. Where: Great Lakes Brewing Co., 2516 Market Ave., Cleveland When: Doors open at 8 p.m. Sept. 21 Why you should go: Squire is a local comedian that performs his unique brand of comedy weekdays on The … Continue reading Comedy night scheduled at Great Lakes Brewing Co.
What: 49th annual Huntsburg Pumpkin Festival Where: 16534 Mayfield Road (at state Routes 528 and 322) in Huntsburg Township When: Oct. 6-7 Why you should go: It’s everything pumpkin and that’s the time of year it is! The event includes a pumpkin run, carved and decorated pumpkin show, baking contest, kings and queens contests, giant pumpkin show and classic car show, to name a few things … Continue reading Huntsburg Pumpkin Festival returns Oct. 6-7
Music has this incredible way of transporting you mentally, psychologically and emotionally back to where you were the first time you heard a song, or where you listened to an album on repeat, or when you had a crush on the singer for that one band. Turns out, TV can do that, too. With the help of music, of course. The Rock & Roll Hall … Continue reading ‘Stay Tuned’ at the Rock Hall resonates with music and TV fans of all ages