It feels like almost a decade since Toledo’s UpTown District first heard rumors of getting permanent access to Mexican food. Maybe I’m projecting. In reality, it’s been less than six months— but hey, we’re pretty serious about tacos on Adams Street. I know those long, cold winter nights spent without salsa were unseasonable harsh for all
When you open yourself up to the community something unique happens— the community opens itself up to you. See the art of sharing in a space as HEAVY COLOR, presents Interconnected: Rhythm and Reflection. The band will mix improvised electro-acoustic soundscapes as local poets and storytellers take turns sharing their work. The community is invited
Got an eye for vintage? Join Bowling Green’s popular shopping destination, Painted Clovers Vintage Market for a pop up market full of all things vintage, chic and handmade. See what local vendors have been crafting. Spring Fling Vintage Market. 10am-6pm. Sunday April 2. $4, or $3 with a donated nonperishable food item. Wood County Fairground
Celebrate 160 years of art in Northwest Ohio during PRIZM’s 11th annual Art-A-Fair Exhibition, “Breaking Ground: A Retrospective of Progress.” The historic exhibit features over 350 works by 99 artists, including the late Adam Grant (1924-1992), Israel Abramofsky (1888-1975) and contemporary artists David Eichenberg and Judy Paschalis, among others. The Opening Reception will be held
Going abroad sounds romantic. You meet a beautiful stranger, spend the night together and everything feels like a movie— until you wake up without subtitles or an explanation.
Literature and theater have an intimate relationship; John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” first appeared on Broadway in 1937, the year the novella was published. See the renowned classic about fighting through the Great Depression for a piece of the American dream at the Toledo Rep. Friday, March 31-Sunday, April 9. 8pm, Friday-Saturday. 2:30pm, Sunday.