All posts by Erin Holden

“THEM: Images of Separation” Exhibit Comes to Monroe

Ferris State University’s Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia brings the exhibit “THEM: Images of Separation” to the Monroe County Community College library. The 35 pieces in the show include images from pop culture that have been used to reinforce stereotypes about historically marginalized groups, confronting viewers with an ugly truth about our history that

Introducing Rialto’s First Shoe Collection

Toledo designer Erin Feniger Maggio’s brand, Rialto Jean Project, is joining forces with Texas boot company Miron Crosby to create Rialto’s first shoe collection. In keeping with RJP’s mission to give back, proceeds from the custom-painted boots will go to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, an award-winning hospital that has helped kids from all

Vegan Class at Foodology

Cooking vegan doesn’t have to be intimidating, especially when you have Chef Sam Gill by your side to help you along the way. A recent graduate of Owens Community College with a degree in culinary arts, Sam is Foodology’s most recent up-and-coming talent. She has spent years learning the trade through her work in local

MLK Kitchen for the Poor Presents the Golden Gala

The MLK Kitchen for the Poor’s mission is to end hunger in our city by providing nutritious meals to those in need. Help support this goal by attending the Golden Gala, an event that includes a wine grab, a raffle and music by The Overton Project, featuring Carmen Miller. There’s nothing like a fun night

Tenth Annual Toledo Sister Cities International Festival

Learn new things about cultures from all over the world at the Tenth Annual Toledo Sister Cities International Festival! With music, dance and martial arts performances from several countries, ethnic food and crafts, language learning, presentations with question and answer sessions, and even a naturalization ceremony, this will be an epic event. Beer, wine, coffee,