Salar offered samples of Peruvian-Style Braised Lamb Shank served over a chilled lentil salad and topped with crispy, fried leeks during Restaurant Week Sneak Peek at Austin's Landing on Thursday, July 21, 2016.
Photo: Connie Post
Photo: Connie Post

5 local things to know Saturday

Summer Restaurant Week starts tomorrow and goes through July 31. Most participants will be serving a special three-course meal for either $20.16, $25.16, or $30.16. 

2. Most miserable cities list

A list including the most miserable places in Ohio has been compiled and the Cincinnati-Dayton area has five cities in the top 30. A few aspects of the city this list looks at is the percentage of residents with a college degree, average commute times, unemployment rates, cost of living and more.

3. Week in cartoons

The week’s hot topics as seen through the eyes of the nation's editorial cartoonists.

4. 2 dead in Clark County plane crash

The Federal Aviation Administration says the plane that crashed was a single-engine RV-9 aircraft. Two people have been confirmed dead in the horrific crash in Clark County, a half mile from Newlove Road and Ohio 41.

Crew search for a possible downed plane in Clark County, Friday, July 22, 2016. MARSHALL GORBY/STAFF

5. 3 things to do in Dayton today

Kenny Rogers

Fraze Pavilion. Justin Boggs.

Grammy Award winning country superstar, Kenny Rogers will be at the Fraze Pavilion tonight at 7:30. Ticket prices range from $69 to $178.

Guardians of the Glen

People walking in Glen Helen. Czerwinski, Allegra

Join the Glen Helen Ranger to help with minor trail maintenance, litter and graffiti removal today at 1 p.m. at the Trailside Museum.

Erica Blinn and the Handsome Machine

Tonight at 9:30, Erica Blinn and the Handsome Machine will be at the Trolley Stop, 530 East 5th Street, Dayton.

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