|Club Copa evolves to become Dabu, an Asian fusion eatery
7/7 -- A Broadway nightclub is evolving to become Lorainís newest eatery.
|Menu offered at Dabu, downtown Lorain's new Asian fusion eatery|
Club Copa has been reincarnated as Dabu, an Asian fusion restaurant at 939 Broadway.
Breakfast speaker on concerts and Black River Landing improvements
6/1 -- Ralph Bruening, facility manager for Lorain Port Authority, will speak at the Friday, June 5, 2015, Lorain Growth Breakfast meeting about improvements being made to Black River Landing and the Rockin' on the River concert series. Breakfast is at 8 a.m. in the Palace Theatre lobby with program starting at 8:30 a.m. Guests can begin socializing at 7:30 a.m. If you wish to eat cost of the breakfast is $8. Following the program will be a short Lorain Growth Consortium meeting presided by President Jim Long.
Light Up Lorain has a different name, but maintains same appeal
5/20 -- Another Viewpoint is a column The Morning Journal makes available so all sides of issues may by aired. Laurel Bansek, a Lorain resident, and her husband Steve are the chair people for the Waterfront Winterfest, which was formerly known as Light Up Lorain.
Rockin' on the River 2015 Schedule Update
5/20 -- Updated schedule for Rockin' on the River events at Black River Landing.
Breakfast speaker describes Lake Erie shipwrecks
4/15 -- May 1 Lorain Growth Breakfast Speaker: Mike Tillman of Lorain will describe with words, photos and videos the exploring of the underwater shipwrecks of Lake Erie in the area around Lorain. The breakfast in the lobby of the Lorain Palace Theatre begins serving at 8 a.m. with doors open at 7:30 a.m. The Lorain Growth Consortium meeting will be held after the program and guests are invited to stay and take part. If you wish to eat, cost of the breakfast is only $7.
Consortium to Meet at Breakfast
Don Romancak speaks at breakfast
Rockin' on River 2015 Schedule
Friday's Breakfast Meeting
Joint Lorain Growth, Chamber breakfast meeting
New Partnership for 2015 Light Up Lorain
Column on Nielsen's Jewelers
Night of Comedy and Dinner at Rose Cafe
Rebman Recreation -- Rebman Recreation, Inc. opened its' doors in July 1946 in downtown Lorain. Dom Rebman and his father, Dominick, had the vision of creating a family venue for recreation - bowling. The location on Broadway housed 12 lanes- 8 lanes upstairs & 4 lanes downstairs. In 1955, The business moved to the current location, 5300 Oberlin Ave. and opened with 24 state-of-the-art bowling lanes and machines. With Lorain prospering and the Rebman family growing, Dom and his wife, Mary, decided to expand the center to 48 lanes, which opened in 1977. Today, Dom and Mary's children -- Rick, Patti, Rob and Mary Lou -- operate the business which has grown over the years with the addition of Monogrammix, retail store for trophies, awards and monogramming and "On The Avenue" - party and banquet center. Approaching the 70th anniversary next year, the Rebman family is very grateful to the city of Lorain and its citizens for their support.