Assorted ramblings from the world of entertainment:
Stuck in Ohio, the extreme sports production company started by Vienna brothers Dan and Ken Mizicko, will celebrate its first decade with a party from 3 to 8 p.m. today at Harley-Davidson Biketown in Austintown.
The event will include skateboard competitions, BMX bike demonstrations, motorcycle stunt shows and mini dirtbike racing. DJs will provide the soundtrack for a party designed to showcase the action and art featured in Stuck in Ohio's videos, which have played at major film festivals and in local theaters.
Their latest film, "Still Stuck," is a half-hour documentary featuring new footage and highlights from past projects and can be seen on YouTube.
Even more well known than the duo's film are the "Stuck in Ohio" stickers promoting the business that are a familiar sight throughout the Mahoning Valley.
Admission for the Biketown event is free.
Is talent hereditary?
A concert at the Beachland Tavern in Cleveland Saturday may provide some answers.
On the bill will be Newton Falls husband-and-wife David and Valerie Mayfield and Jim Avett.
The Mayfields, who played in the band One Way Rider, are the parents of David Mayfield and Jessica Lea Mayfield. Jessica has released two acclaimed albums produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys. Their son has performed with Mumford & Sons and others, and his album "Good Man Down" is one of my favorites so far this year.
Jim Avett is the father of Scott and Seth Avett of the Avett Brothers, the Americana act that will headline Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica next month and is known for such songs as "Live and Die" and "I and Love and You."
Listeners can find out how much the kids learned from their parents at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10.
"Dancing with the Stars" veteran Anna Trebunskaya will teach two group classes on Monday at Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Boardman.
On the popular ABC reality series, Trebunskaya has been partnered with such celebrities as actors Steve Guttenberg and Jack Wagner and athletes Chuck Liddell, Kurt Warner and Sugar Ray Leonard. While none of her partners have won on the show, football star Jerry Rice and figure skater Evan Lysacek both finished second.
Professionally, Trebunskaya dances with her husband, Jonathan Roberts, who has taught classes at the Boardman studio in the past.
Classes are scheduled at 7:30 and 8:15 p.m., and the cost is $35 per class or $55 for both. Call 330-788-3200 for more information.
I'm not gonna lie, the return of "Breaking Bad" kept me home Sunday night, but I did spend a few hours Sunday at VexFest in downtown Youngstown.
I missed some acts I've enjoyed before - Demos Papadimos and Damian Knapp, who started the day; Dennis Drummond Trio and Jones for Revival, who played late - but I saw plenty of good music while I was there.
Kent's Bethesda shined during its set inside Warehouse 50. Its folky-alternative sound and the vocal interplay between Eric Ling and Shanna Delaney were a treat, and I'm looking forward to seeing the band play a longer set next soon.
The horn-driven rock and soul of Hoss Jarman & the Juggernauts and the rock and reggae of The 5 Elements always are great fun, and the Gary Markasky Project played some Michael Stanley Band favorites from Markasky's tenure with the band along with some other classic rockers that were older than many of the people in the audience.
Andy Gray is the entertainment writer for the Tribune Chronicle. Write to him at