Do you remember a time when all of your favorite video games were in an arcade? Think back to those days. You walked in the front door, pockets filled with chances to beat someone’s high score. Colorful 8-bit characters scrolled across the gaming screens of your past, and simple electronic melodies got stuck in your
Need help creating your dream home? Professionals at the The Pro Home & Garden Show will provide advice and products to turn these dreams into a reality. Booths will educate guests about the latest products. 4pm-8pm, Friday, March 24; 10am-8pm, Saturday, March 25; 11am-5pm, Sunday, March 26. $6/adults, $5/senior $12/three day pass. Free/ kids under
Looking for a quick change of scenery and a taste of something different? Curious about our favorite events going on just a short drive from Toledo? Visit toledocitypaper.com, or check out our sister publication, Current Magazine (covering Ann Arbor), at ecurrent.com, to explore film, art, music and more. Here is a list of our top
Downtown 419’s event committee Glass City Social will open an arcade/bar for one weekend only. Set up in the old Broer Freeman jewelry building; get the high score on your favorite arcade game while enjoying a craft beer. Will feature classic arcade games, billiards, craft beer and music from DJ Muha. Two sessions each day:
“Yes” isn’t just an answer. In improv, “yes” does a whole lot more. When performing, if an actor says “no,” the scene will end because it has nowhere to go. On the flip side, if you say “yes,” the scene continues. This is one of many fundamentals improv comedian Nick Morgan teaches during his Improv
Over 40 films will be screened at the legendary Michigan Theater when A2 holds its 55th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF). See which film takes the prestigious Ken Burns Award for Best of Festival or check out the many offscreen film exhibits and events staged around town, including live cinema performances and after parties.