All posts by Jeff Klima

TMA’s Art Book Discussion on The Forger’s Spell

Can art forgers actually be the good guys? History comes to exciting life with an Art Book Discussion on author Edward Dolnick’s intense non-fiction work, The Forger’s Spell: a True Story of Vermeer, Nazis, and the Greatest Art Hoax of the Century. The discussion details the con of Hermann Goering, one of Hitler’s closest officers,

Books 4 Buddies is Holding its First Annual Fundraiser

Local philanthropy effort, Books 4 Buddies, is holding its first annual fundraiser. Started by 17-year-old Toledo native Touré McCord II, the organization collects new and gently used books to distribute to disadvantaged children and young adults. Drop by with cash donations or new or used age-appropriate books to donate to the effort. Think Dr. Seuss

Literati hosts Wine & Words at Sebastiano’s Italiano

Swapping and tasting was never so wholesome. Literati, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library’s young professional society dedicated to promoting the library is hosting their book swap and wine tasting event, Wine & Words. Bring a book to share with others, take a book (or three!) home to explore and try some good Italian food

Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks screening at Franklin Park 16

There are two kinds of people: those who love Tardis and those who don’t know what the hell Tardis is. Don’t be part of that second group. Doctor Who: The Power of the Daleks is being shown for the first time ever in North America. Part of Fathom Events’ mission to bring unconventional art happenings

All Things Christmas Event hosted by Don’t Stress, Distress

Want to knock out all of your Christmas shopping before the crowds and craziness of the holiday season? Do it all in one day at the All Things Christmas event hosted by Don’t Stress, Distress. Featuring furniture, home decor and one of a kind, gift-giving items, this will a great shopping event. Over 7,000 people

Jake Shimabukuro Packs his Ukulele and Travels to the University of Michigan

He’s travelled for you, now it’s your turn to take a little road trip. Experience the blistering virtuosity of a musical prodigy for yourself when Jake Shimabukuro packs his ukulele and travels to the University of Michigan. Playing and composing on the Hawaiian-sound instrument (originally crafted in Portugal) since age 4, Shimabukuro came to prominence