Head to The Rep Theatre for the second installment in their LGBT Rainbow Series, The Children’s Hour. This classic gay play was written in 1934 centers around an all-girls boarding school run by two women who face rumors of being lovers. Watch as the accusation threatens their careers, relationships, and lives. $12. 8pm. Friday, April
Haven’t had a chance to check out the Adams Street Cafe due to your busy work-week schedule? You’re in luck. The Cafe is now open for dinner on Friday nights.
Help support a good cause and enjoy a day filled with live music during Project iAm’s 11th Acoustics of Autism event, featuring over 60 musicians at six adjacent venues.
Cofounder of Farmers First Coffee, Matt Hohler, concerned with the fact that coffee farmers often don’t receive their fair share, made it the company’s mission to ensure that their farmers earn 50 percent of all sales.
The Glass City is creating an unlikely pairing of two of the worlds greatest pleasures: the high of doing something good and beer.
During the 12th annual Glass City Beer Festival, 100 percent of the proceeds go directly to charities, including Camp Courageous, The Arc and the Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Foundation.