What is Ohio’s favorite rom-com?

To celebrate the widely recognized (and somewhat scrutinized by singles) Hallmark holiday, the analysts at CableTV.com created a national report revealing each state’s favorite romantic comedy film, according to a news release. Which rom-com classics does America enjoy the most? According to Ohio, Groundhog Day hits the spot. The release went on to note the following highlights: Over one in every four states chooses Pretty in Pink as their rom-com top choice! All hail, … Continue reading What is Ohio’s favorite rom-com?

Catch up on Best Picture Academy Award nominees at Regal

Hey, movie fans, did you miss some of this year’s Academy Award nominees for Best Picture when they were playing on local screens? Regal has you covered. The theater chain is again holding its annual Best Picture Film Festival Friday, Feb. 15, through Sunday, Feb. 24. It features all the best picture nominees that played in Regal theaters in 2018. Passes get you in to … Continue reading Catch up on Best Picture Academy Award nominees at Regal

Top 4 Christmas movies: Do you agree?

The Christmas season is finally here and another year is coming to an end. The stores are decorated, Christmas music is playing on the radio and people are out finding the perfect gifts for their loved ones. When all is said and done and the weekend has arrived what is the best way to spend one’s time? Christmas movies. Just like the music, Christmas movies … Continue reading Top 4 Christmas movies: Do you agree?

Ohio’s first bicycle film festival coming to Akron

What: REEL Cycling Film Festival Where: Highland Square Theatre, 826 W. Market St., Akron When: 2 to 5 p.m. Nov. 4. Doors opens at 1:30. Why you should go: The festival aims to showcase some of the world’s best short films with bicycle themes, according to a news release from its organizers, the NorthEast Ohio Safe Trails & Roads initiative. Their goal is to “build a greater … Continue reading Ohio’s first bicycle film festival coming to Akron

Ghosts in Lorain? Head to the Palace Theater

Head to the Lorain Palace Theater to check out some real-life hauntings. The documentary “Ghosts of the Palace,” based on the investigation of Lorain-based EVP Mediums, will air at 7 p.m., Oct. 26. Tickets are $10. “Ghosts of the Palace” played last year and drew a total of about 1,300 people, said Palace Executive Director Chris Pataky said. On Sept. 29, the Palace hosted the premiere showing … Continue reading Ghosts in Lorain? Head to the Palace Theater