All posts by Athena Cocoves

How to Register as a Medical Marijuana Patient in Ohio

The medical marijuana control act was signed into law by then-Governor John Kasich in 2016, but the first Ohio dispensary didn’t open until March of this year. Fortunately, the public has been patient with the program’s delayed rollout because, as marijuana enthusiasts know, a slow burn leads to a longer-lasting and overall better experience. It’s

Bourbon Workshop at Registry Bistro

Prefer your bourbon neat? Let Registry Bistro attempt to change your mind during their September Craft Cocktail Workshop, Bourbon Appreciation 2.0. The hands-on mixology experience includes nibbles and a history lesson. Other upcoming classes include Cocktail Obscurities (October 16), Festive Winter Warmers (November 20), and Vodka Drinks with Bubbly Tops (December 18). Space is limited,

Miranda Lambert Performs at the Huntington Center

While Miranda Lambert didn’t win the 2003 TV singing competition Nashville Star, her third-place victory now feels like a minor accomplishment when compared to her record-breaking career. In addition to two Grammy Awards (out of 16 nominations), Lambert has earned the ACM Award for Female Vocalist of the Year for nine years in a row,

Lakeside Theatre Company Presents “Eleemosynary”

Few things are more complicated than the relationship between a mother and a daughter, except for the delicate bond between three generations of women, which is explored in Lee Blessing’s 1985 play, Eleemosynary. The drama’s title, an archaic version of the word “charitable,” is an apt introduction to the story of a grandmother, a mother

Maumee Bay Brewing Co.’s Annual Oktoberfest

Can’t make it to Munich for Oktoberfest? No worries. You can celebrate the brew-centric folk festival during Maumee Bay Brewing Co.’s annual Oktoberfest bash. Sip ice-cold German-style M Bay beers straight from the beer truck, feast on a pig roast, and dance to live music from Polka Floyd in the courtyard. Then, head to The