Picture yourself in Paris in the 1920s, surrounded by artists like Henri Matisse and writers like F. Scott Fitzgerald, sipping on the drink they made famous, absinthe. With a reputation for enhancing creativity, absinthe was a common elixir for turn-of-the-century creatives. Catch the Green Fairy during Art and Absinthe: An Evening in Gertrude Stein’s Paris.
We all share stories, but some people make telling tales into an art. Hear funny, wild, scary and sentimental stories about some of The Mitten’s most lively and entertaining performers during the 31st annual Michigan Storytelling Festival. $20/general admission. $27/reserved seating. 7:30-10:30pm. Saturday, February 24. The Art 316 S. Main St., Ann Arbor 734-761-1800 |
How would you re-imagine Toledo? Use Lego bricks, K’Nex, Big Blue Blocks and other common objects, to Build Toledo during Imagination Station’s next exhibition. Channel your inner city planner, architect, engineer or community artist to plan a better Toledo. Saturday, February 17 through Monday, April 16. $12/ages 13-64. $11/seniors age 65+. $10/kids ages 3-12. Free/2
Years lived in Toledo: 25 Occupation: Operator of Claro Coffee Bar One song lyric to describe my ideal self: Every single lyric from Carly Rae Jepsen’s album Emotion. Most people know me for: Always being behind the bar at Claro. The street I drive on/walk on most often is: Adams Street. The best time I
It’s been a long road since 2013 when a state budget bill introduced new abortion-related restrictions that required abortion clinics to have a patient-transfer agreement with a local hospital that was not a state-funded public institution. Impeding the right to choose At the time, Capital Care Network, Toledo’s last abortion clinic, had a transfer agreement