All posts by Bryce Buyakie

See more at the Secor

To find the best local artistic talent, check out the 10th annual ‘Tis the Secor. Performances and pieces include works by Secor Artists, UT3D Student Exhibition from UT, students from Eastwood High School and local bands. A mix of unique art will be for sale as well, so come to holiday shop or just come

“Georgia O’Keeffe” Film shown at The Toledo Museum of Art

 History and art aficionados are sure to delight in this 2009 biopic following the lives of famed American artist Georgia O’Keeffe and her husband, photographer Alfred Stieglitz. Widely known as the Mother of American Modernism, Georgia’s work focused on beautiful landscapes, flowers and, controversially, the female anatomy as subtext. The film, titled Georgia O’Keeffe, was

Magical Holidays at Barnes and Noble

The holiday season is full of magic and cheer, and Barnes & Noble is true to those themes with the Harry Potter Magical Holiday Ball. Whether you are magically inclined or just muggle, dress up as an iconic character and enjoy activities, music and games. 7pm. Friday, December 9 The Shops at Fallen Timbers, 3100

A Croswell-style Family Christmas at Madison High School

A Croswell-style Family Christmas is just what the doctor ordered, complete with favorite Christmas carols, musicals and songs, there is enough music to make everyone as jolly as Santa Claus. 7:30pm Friday-Saturday. 2:30pm Sunday. November 26-December 4. $15-$25. Madison High School Performing Arts Center 3498 Treat Hwy. | Adrian 419-264-SHOW |

A Christmas Carol at The Valentine Theatre

The Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol, has been entertaining theater fanatics for 30 years at the Toledo Repertoire Theatre and has no plans to stop. This play is sure to put everyone in the Christmas spirit with lavish costumes, carols and the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. 8pm Friday-Saturday | 2-3pm Sunday

University of Toledo’s CPA presents The Importance of Being Earnest

Written in the Victorian Era, The Importance of Being Earnest is anything but dated. How else could two friends cover their socially unacceptable behavior but with a pseudonym – Ernest. Oscar Wilde’s famous play is being played at the University of Toledo’s Center for Performing Arts. 7:30pm Friday-Saturday | 2pm Sunday | November 18-December 4 $8/students