This year’s Dia De Los Muertos celebration and fundraiser on November 4 will be a bit more personal for the staff of the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center. The event, now in its 21st year, will feature food, music, tours of the facility and more as the Center commemorates the traditional Mexican holiday. But
Howard’s Club H in Bowling Green— just a stone’s throw up Main Street from the Cla-Zel— will be screening The Rocky Horror Picture Show at midnight, just like the good old days.
Somehow, Scott Ligon knew from the first time he heard the group that NRBQ would be a big part of his life. He’d grown up in a musical family— most everyone played an instrument or was a songwriter— and had been a professional musician himself since sixth grade. But Ligon had never heard of Terry
In 1965, Beatlemania was still at its zenith. John, Paul, George, and Ringo dominated the pop culture landscape in all its forms — including Saturday morning TV. “The Beatles” cartoon show debuted on ABC that year, and for three seasons delighted young audiences with stories of the animated exploits of the Fab Four. Ron Campbell,
His work straddles the realms of both fine art and pop art. Cartoonish yet deep, colorful yet sophisticated, his visually arresting pieces are both vibrant and, often, slightly disturbing. The work of Detroit native artist PHYBR has continued to garner more attention as his talent has continually grown and evolved. Now residing in Toledo, the
In 2001— before 9/11, Afghanistan and the second Iraq War— the Village Players Theatre presented PVT. WARS, a show revolving around three Vietnam veterans recovering and bonding in an Army hospital. “Each one of them is definitely fighting their own battles,” said Jake Gordy, former Village Players president, who played Woodruff in the 2001 production.