Detroit once had a reputation for churning out heavy rock bands, including some of the first—the MC5—to the most extreme—The Black Dahlia Murder.
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.
(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.
In one of the most vibrant and fun up-and-coming Detroit districts, over 90 museums, art galleries, non-profits and agencies are teaming up to bring the first annual DLECTRICITY. For two days the neighborhood on the outskirts of Wayne State University will light up to form a collective, freewheeling art venue. Representing Toledo, WORK — a