All posts by Jeff Klima

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox founder talks Toledo

If you don’t know the name, you definitely know the hits he recycles. Scott Bradlee, formerly a down-and-out jazz pianist struggling to pay the bills, clearly found his own Midas Touch. Taking modern pop songs, he infuses them with the melodic flavors of bygone eras to give them new life. Covering songs in the style

Author Terry E. Ervin stops at Gathering Volumes

Ohio author Terry W. Ervin II has just released his sixth book Thunder Wells, through Gryphonwood Press. Author of the First Civilization’s Legacy Series, this sci-fi/fantasy writer and English teacher has also written such titles as Relic Tech and Relic Hunted (Books one and two of the Crax War Chronicles), as well as Genre Shotgun,

Deadheads unite!

See a previously unreleased full-length concert by the Grateful Dead, on the big screen for one night only. From July 12, 1989, this concert took place at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. and gives people who never experienced the hype a taste of what it was like during the era of “the Dead,” featuring one

Discovery’s Shark Week At the Movies plays at Franklin Park 16

Are sharks on the small screen just not scary enough for you? Do you need sharp teeth as tall as you are to feel alive? You’re gonna love Discovery’s Shark Week At the Movies via Fathom Events. Presenting one feature from 2016’s Shark Week and one from 2017 (before it actually debuts), the event offers