All posts by Athena Cocoves

Salame, On Stage: A Heart-to-Heart with David Liebe Hart

In 2007, Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim premiered their now-famous Adult Swim television series Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Part fever dream, part sketch comedy, the explosive 11-minute episodes watch like Public Access dosed with LSD. Through the psychedelic maze, I first saw an eccentric, alien-loving, puppeteer: David Liebe Hart. Like many parts of

TOLEDO ACCORDING TO… Paula Hicks Hudson

Toledo Museum of Art is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of. The best meal I had in Toledo was breakfast at Pam’s Corner Old West End Fest is my favorite annual event. A business Toledo needs (but doesn’t have) is bike sharing. My favorite piece of local art/architecture is the aquarium at the

Party in the Parking Lot at The Toledo Club

In the proximity of old world elegance, The Toledo Club hosts its Party in the Parking Lot, an annual fundraiser to benefit the Uptown Association. One of the oldest social clubs in the country will host food trucks and vendors with live music provided by Satisfaction, a Rolling Stones tribute band. 21 or older. 6pm-midnight.

Americana from Austin

Roots and folk singer Kiya Heartwood found herself feeling at home during the 1987 SXSW musical festival with her former band Stealin Horses and now serves as the Artistic Director of the People’s Orchestra of Austin. Sliding scale donation of $10-$20, at the door. 6:30pm. Friday, September 22. People Called Women bookstore 6060 Renaissance Pl.

Toledo Museum of Art Little Theater screens The Mystery of Picasso

Pablo Picasso finished Guernica, arguably his most famous painting, in June 1937. Over 11 ft. tall and 25 ft. wide, the expansive anti-war mural responded to the Spanish Civil War with distorted figures in gray scale. Violent, expressive and breathtaking, the work pushed back at the audience, provoking unease and curiosity. In 1956, French filmmaker

Art with an impact at the 2017 Collaborative Arts Gala for a Cause

In the world of creative expression, individuality is critical. A unique approach creates variety, making art an expression of the artist. Artists of all backgrounds, talents and abilities will express themselves during the 2017 Collaborative Arts Gala for a Cause, presented by The Down Syndrome Association of Toledo. Enjoy food, a cash bar, music, entertainment