All posts by Nichole Green

The Waterville Playshop presents the Fiddler on the Roof

Home is where the heart is, as the Waterville Playshop introduces their rendition of Fiddler on the Roof, the heartwarming tale of Tevye, a Jewish farmer raising his lovelorn daughters during pre-revolutionary Russia. When their village is threatened and they are all forced to move, Tevye must find a way to keep his family together

Chicago comes to the Stranahan Theater

Celebrating 20 years and six Tony Awards, including 1997’s Best Musical Revival and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Cast Recording, Broadway’s hit musical Chicago comes to the Stranahan Theater. In this razzle-dazzle, 1920s satire, nightclub dancer Roxie Hart hires a clever criminal lawyer to avoid murder charges. After hoodwinking the media and her cellmate,

Toledo Zoo’s Arctic Encounter Wine Tasting Event

Spend an evening adventure at the North Pole with the Toledo Zoo’s Arctic Encounter. Sample classic red and white wines while making friends with the polar bears. Hang out with the penguins while nibbling on tasty hors d’oeuvres during cocktail hour. Travel through the tundra with your date, take a selfie with the sea otters

Egg-cellent Options: Who’s Open For Easter Brunch In Toledo?

Love a great family meal on Easter but don’t want the hassle of big meal mess and cleanup? Take the holiday celebration somewhere else this Sunday, April 16 while still hanging out with family and friends. Enjoy afternoon brunch with your loved ones at some of Toledo’s best area restaurants. Here’s a list of who’s

Author Lizbeth Meredith discusses her latest memoir “Pieces of Me”

Hear the true, gritty and detailed events of a parent’s worst nightmare, and the courage one woman had to go through to find her abducted children. Author Lizbeth Meredith discusses her latest memoir, “Pieces of Me,” detailing the kidnapping of her daughters and what she went through to bring them home while uncovering her own

Owens Community College presents Death Defying Acts

What do a sleazy lawyer, an overwhelmed crisis counselor and a have-it-all psychiatrist have in common? One night. Death Defying Acts features Owens Community College Student Theatre Production in a cleverly written depiction of three distinct characters and how each cope when their life unravels. Segments include “Interview” by David Mamet, “Hotline” by Elaine May and