Stories to read today, things to do tomorrow

Hang in there, we're almost to Friday! In case you need a distraction, here's two great stories you might have missed. We've also found three events for Thursday to raise your spirits.

Late-night nosh: Da Levee brings back Backdoor Burritos

Da Levee owner Justin Boehme will be reopening his late-night burrito stand after a two-year hiatus due to restaurant renovations. This time, however, the stand will be located at the restaurant's front door, not the back.

FromColumbusCEO.com:Powell entrepreneur brings first-generation Ford Broncos back to life

Classic Ford Broncos owner Bryan Rood started repairing Broncos on a whim after finding one for sale on the side of the road in Kentucky. After selling the initial Bronco, Rood spotted a chance to start a special business.

Tomorrow Today: Three things to do Thursday, June 11

6:00 p.m. – Sharpshooter Release Party

The CD102.5 Scene Team is hosting a release party for the launch of the latest brew from Great Lakes Brewing Company, the Sharpshooter Session Wheat IPA. Great Lakes will also be holding a Goldeneye tournament on the N64 at 16-Bit Bar + Arcade. Beer and games? Sounds like a good night to me.

7:00 p.m. – Kate Tempest

The British rapper will be visiting The Basement to perform songs from her latest work, Everybody Down. The album takes a unique path as it follows the lives of three characters who Tempest created. Tickets are $10 in advance or $13 the day of the show.

8:00 p.m. – Mother Mother

The Canadian indie rock band will be making a stop at the A & R Music Bar tomorrow. Their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, was released in the U.S. in April.