One two step

Bananas, goldfish, flying pigs — none of these are particularly show stopping (except, maybe, for the flying pigs)

Bonnaroo

For me, it's about the numbers. If I can hit my bands-I-want-to-see quota, then the music festival's ticket price is worth it. If not, I probably won't go  — or I'll just have to rationalize with myself until I break. Today, at 1pm, when Weird Al Yankovic announced the 2013 Bonnaroo lineup live on YouTube,

Wedded Bliss

  Beautiful Blooms by Jen, florist Jennifer Linehan, Ohio Certified Florist, beautifulbloomsbyjen.com The start: Linehan fell in love with floral design after taking a horticulture class as a student at Southview High School; she never looked back, starting her own business in 2012. The method: "We like to do the fun, weird stuff, the succulents

Mozart's greatest hits

As a 24 year old who is more familiar with the boy bands of the 1990s and Ke$ha's greatest hits, I wasn't sure what to expect when I arrived at the Michigan Theatre on Saturday for the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra's Mozart concert. The lights dimmed and I looked around me. The audience began their

One passionate cat

Ashley Kahn, acclaimed author of Kind of Blue: The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece, and A Love Supreme: The Story of John Coltrane’s Signature Album, will be coming to the University of Toledo’s CFPA on November 14 at 7pm to lecture on the history and influence of Miles Davis’s seminal Kind of Blue.

Obama's greatest ally

Other than thinking he was in Pennsylvania, Bill Clinton was, as usual, electric during his speech at Owens Community College yesterday.

Trick or treating with the rich and famous

(What can we say — we’re adults. We need handfuls.) We discovered that grown male journalists are unwelcome trick-or-treaters; knocking on the doors of McMansions is awkward; and there are a lot of Jimmy Jacksons in Toledo.