The Glass City Get Down with the Low Down Music Fest and Bass Showcase will be happening this Saturday and Sunday. Working to place several dogs in healthy, adoptive homes, LC4 will be there with a number of pups, out of their kennels and interacting with families in attendance.
Remember the days of Napster? While the days of pirated music are, mostly, over, the industry was forever changed and more musicians are working and earning revenue independently today than ever before. Want to learn about licensing, potential revenue streams, and distribution tactics in the modern age? Explore how to release your own music, start
Performing with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra for the April 14 installation of the KeyBank Pops Series, “The Music of David Bowie”, Brighton shared with me what it is like to, for all intents and purposes, “be” David Bowie.
We had the opportunity to go to a Meet-n-Greet with the Mud Hens last week, and although the hen house was full of cackling press, a few of the guys sat down to speak with us. Here’s the soup on some of our staff-picked questions.
“I keep my setlists for every concert that I’ve ever done,” Charlie King said in an interview. “And I have a setlist in Toledo that goes back to, let’s see — 1981. So I’ve been playing in Toledo for, god, coming up on 40 years, aren’t we?” Toledo is just one destination in an expansive
Toledo area diners don’t always have to travel to delicious food options— often the options will come to them. Glass City fare is available from many area food trucks that make their way around Toledo and the surrounding areas. In February, Toledo City Council approved a zoning change that cleared the way for a new
Young professionals are invited to join the foundation for an evening of drinks and a light menu. Connect with others over casual conversation, but certainly bring along the old keys clogging up your keyring. You may not need them, but Fair Housing certainly does.
One of Ohio’s largest full-service independent marketing and advertising agencies— Hart Inc. — began a new chapter in downtown Toledo this month. With the big move back to their original home downtown, CEO/President Mike Hart plans on helping the city’s revitalization through the agency’s investment in the Hylant building. The new 20,000 square-foot, two-floor office
Spring is finally conquering winter’s icy grip, allowing Toledo’s nature lovers to migrate outdoors. Looking to leave the roost and explore, but not sure where to begin? Toledo Naturalists’ Association takes you underwing with a colorful variety of field trips. Toledo au natural “Getting people outdoors and active. That’s the primary way you get people
When Linda Parra moved to Toledo in 2000 and didn’t find a single Spanish station on the local radio, her mission to start one of her own was decided. “I thought, ‘Something has to happen here,’” Parra said. After launching a radio show in 2005 at the University of Toledo, she also founded Nuestra Gente