After missing out on the 2013 Kaleidoscope Halloween Special, local horror host Baron Von Porkchop returns to the WYSO studios along with his writer, producer and director Matt Brassfield. The duo chats with Kaleidsocope host Juliet Fromholt about upcoming episodes of Terrifying Tales of the Macabre and a special 13 hour horror host marathon on DATV on Black Friday.
DATV's Black Friday Horror Host Marathon begins at 6pm on November 29 and features new episodes from Baron Von Porkchop and A. Ghastlee Ghoul plus the TV premiere of The Great Huzzah.
Black Friday is known for crowded malls and long lines outside of big retail stores. But with more people strapped for cash these days, pawn shops are becoming a holiday shopping destination.
It's not your parent's pawnshop anymore, according to Larry Beloff, the president of Max's Jewelers and Loan Company in Springfield. He says with new shows on reality TV, like Pawn Stars and Hardcore Pawn, these shops have taken on new appeal.
Buildings on the eastern side of Main Street near the Miami Street intersection in Waynesville, Ohio, United States. This block is part of the Waynesville Main Street Historic District, a historic district that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Shoppers are out in full force for Black Friday, traditionally one of the biggest shopping days of the year. And there are plenty of options when it comes to buying holiday gifts. Retail giants like Walmart and Target specialize in high volume, low priced goods that will draw shoppers in to their stores, but the holiday shopping season is one that many small, locally-owned shops depend on for survival.
As families prepare to gather around the table for Thanksgiving, state policymakers are urging the governor to change requirements for food assistance. Starting at the beginning of next year, more than 134,000 Ohioans will lose their food stamps unless they meet certain work or training requirements. This affects childless adults ages 18 to 50 who are not disabled.