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Monday, October 25

Little Steel Derby Girls Skate to victory in first home bout

Monday, Oct. 25, 2010

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The Little Steel Derby Girls want you to know that roller derby is more than just a bunch of tough, tattooed women in knee socks and fishnets skating around knocking each other down: It’s a real sport that requires stamina, athleticism and lots of training.

The league made their Youngstown debut Saturday, Oct. 23, at Youngstown Skate, winning their first-ever home bout against the Lansing Derby Vixens 232 to 41. Read story.

Friday, October 22

Aldous Announces Comeback Show

Friday, Oct. 22, 2010

After three original members quit last Fall, the remaining members of Aldous considered calling it quits.

But guitarist Christian Hardy and vocalist Shane Smith didn’t give up on their rock’n’roll dream. They continued playing the music they love and added three new members to the lineup. The band is hoping to make a comeback with an Oct. 30th show at the Wedgewood Ramps in Austintown. Read story.

Tuesday, October 19

Stevenson Inn: A Place to Be a Kid Again

Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2010

The former Stevenson Elementary School building in Masury has been turned into a restaurant and bar. Read story.

Saturday, October 16

Valley24.com presents The Zou's Rocky Horror Halloween Party

Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010

Valley24.com will sponsor The Zou's annual Rocky Horror show, which will be Oct. 30 at Cedar’s Lounge. Read story.

Friday, October 15

Canfield Scaregrounds and more Halloween fun

Friday, Oct. 15, 2010

Comprehensive list of area fall fun Read story.

Nightclub to host fitness lessons

Friday, Oct. 15, 2010

Local Zumba instructor, students, take "Ditch the workout, join the party" to another level. Read story.

Monday, October 11

Red Wanting Blue makes video for 'would-be travel song'

Monday, Oct. 11, 2010

Video was created by Youngstown native Jenna Pace Read story.

Monday, October 4

Artists and musicians come together to support literacy

Monday, Oct. 4, 2010

More than 25 artists representing work ranging from photography, pottery, paintings, drawings, ceramics and handmade jewelry attracted a crowd of more than 150 people to the B&O Station to purchase art, participate in a chance auction and to support literacy. Read story.

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