All posts by Athena Cocoves

David Byrne Performs at the Detroit Fox Theatre

Making a welcomed stop in Detroit, David Byrne and company bring their American Utopia World Tour to the glorious Fox Theatre. Byrne calls it “the most ambitious show I’ve done since the shows that were filmed for Stop Making Sense.” The tour, complete with a choreographed impressive twelve piece band, is sure to leave the

Eclipse Celebrates LGBTQ+ Intersectionality

We’re never only one thing. Each of us represents an intersection of different identities, and discovering how our unique identities make us who we are is empowering. Join Eclipse, a group of local activists who want to celebrate the unique experiences of African-American, Latinxs, and other people of color within the LGBQT+ community, for two upcoming

Algae Bloom Beer Returns to Maumee Bay Brewing

Last year, Maumee Bay Brewing Co. worked with The Ohio Environmental Council to make a statement about Toledo’s water crisis with the debut of a mean, green beer: Algae Bloom. A sour double IPA made with matcha powder and kiwi, the beer’s murky, green color and name— a play on the words ”ale” and “algae”—

20 Years Later, The Dude Still Abides

It’s been 20 years, but The Dude still abides. Celebrate two decades of White Russians, bowling, and mistaken identity with the 20th anniversary of The Big Lebowski when the cult classic returns to theaters for two nights. 2pm & 7pm | Sunday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 8 Franklin Park 16 | 5001 Monroe St

Toledo Zoo Hosts Rock N Roar Fundraiser

Party like an animal during the Toledo Zoo’s biggest and wildest fundraiser, Rock N Roar, presented by Yark Subaru. Groove with a DJ spinning hits on the Africa! Overlook!, or beat the heat and head inside the Zoo’s newest addition, the Malawi Event Center, to listen to live music from Fu5ion. Cash bars and grill

Visit Detroit for the Michigan Glass Project

From heady glass to elaborate pendants and other glass art objects, The Michigan Glass Project (MGP) has stoked the flame for the The Mitten’s glassblowers for the past six years. With three days of live glassblowing, live painting, vendors, music on two stages, and an art auction, MGP has raised over $256,000 in the past