All posts by Sarah Emily

New Mott Branch Library Opens

The Toledo-Lucas County Public Library has announced the opening of the new Mott Branch Library. The impressive modern-designed space, located in the heart of the Historic Roosevelt and Onyx Neighborhoods, incorporates the Smith Park playground into the library grounds in an effective, meaningful way and is sure to be a haven for area youth and

Put-in-Bay Music Festival June 8th

Get yourself out to the Erie Islands! The Put-in-Bay Music Festival is a popular summer festival that draws a large crowd full of music lovers that live for rock and roll. Come for live music all day long and stay for the relaxing sounds of Lake Erie. Bands include The Calabash Band, Pat Dailey Band,

The Arts Commission Hosts Community Workshop on Music Streaming

The Arts Commission hosts an informational discussion, “Community Workshop: Music Streaming,” featuring panelists Joel Trzcinski and Dean Tartaglia and curator Larry Meyer to answer common questions about music streaming platforms and artists’ licensing legalities. Learn about getting your art online while retaining ownership. 4-6pm | Sunday, April 28 Black Cloister, 619 Monroe St. 419-254-2787 |

Stephen L. Esquith Discusses “Different Trains” Score and Footage

The stunning 20×29 foot projection installation “Different Trains” combines a modern classical score by composer Steve Reich and footage of both sleek passenger trains in prosperous America and historical footage of the livestock rail cars used by the Nazis to transport people to concentration camps. Looking to shed some insight into this 1989 work by

Glass City Screenwriters Host Gathering

Toledo is home to some talented screenwriters and filmmakers. Get connected with the local scene Sunday when the Glass City Screenwriters host a social gathering. Whether you’re a fellow screenwriter, looking for creative film work or just appreciate the craft, everyone is welcome to attend the meet-up. 2:30-5pm | Maumee Bay Brewing Extension, 201 Morris

Screening of “Russian Ark” at TMA

History was made during the filming of Alexander Sokurov’s “Russian Ark.” The entire film is a single take – 87 minutes comprised of one continuous moving shot from the first-person perspective. The host and narrator implies that they are no longer among the living, having met their end during a horrible accident – a member