In this week’s podcast episode, Logan Sander, Alex Lim, Ruth Chang and Sam Chang talk about returning to Toledo with swanky Ivy League-level educations and founding a storytelling nonprofit. In providing promising young people both local and from around the country with a platform to share stories inspired by life in Toledo, Midstory looks to
Get an early start to autumn at the 4th annual Michigan Cider Dayze Festival at Blake Farms. Sip hard cider (including Blake’s own, produced on site) and craft beer while enjoying live music, playing corn hole, munching on food truck grub, and wandering the family-owned farm in Armada, MI. 50+ breweries and cideries will be
James McMurtry spends hundreds of hours in a van each year, traveling American’s highways on the way to 100 plus shows with his band. The travel, McMurtry explains, provides the inspiration for his geographic detail-filled songs. The song “South Dakota,” the story of a young military veteran returning to the small town and family farm
Hear from the minds behind 20 North Gallery’s In Otherworlds exhibit during a special talk with artists Craig Fisher and Dan Hernandez, who will both discuss their works in the show. Printmaker Fisher will speak at 7pm and new media painter Hernandez will speak at 7:30pm. Question and answer session will follow. Friday, September 22.
Cue the emotional violin music for Francis Ford Coppola’s powerful film adaptation of Mario Puzo’s classic novel, The Godfather. Part of Fathom Events’ presentation of TCM’s Big Screen Classics, the film will be prefaced with commentary by Ben Mankiewicz and Tiffany Vazquez— not that you’ll need an explanation to enjoy this lush, epic tale with