All posts by Athena Cocoves

Murals Brighten Up Abandoned Homes in the Historic Vistula District

Some like to paint the town red, but UToledo Art Department alumna Caroline Jardine likes to paint the town blue— covering the windows and doors of abandoned houses with mural panels featuring swirling, psychedelic designs.  As part of an inner-city beautification project initiated by Reginald Temple, Director and Vice President of Community Development for First Federal

Visit the Ann Arbor Art Fair

Once a year, Downtown Ann Arbor transforms into one of the biggest top quality art fairs in the country— the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Drawing artists and art lovers from all around the country, the 60th annual festival spans 30 city blocks and features more than 1000 artists, making it one of the oldest and

Glass City Sweats

Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz thinks so, and he aims to prove it through Take it off, Toledo, a citywide health initiative to combat community obesity.

Eat Detroit

Celebrate the start of summer with live music, seasonally inspired food, refreshing cocktails, cold brews and more, during Taste of Summer in the D.