All posts by Erin Holden

Toledo According to Tricia Cullop

Years lived in Toledo: Eleven Occupation: Head Women’s Basketball Coach at the University of Toledo My story: Driven to help young people learn how to win at the game of basketball and life. Thankful to have an amazing family and wonderful friends to share my life with and grateful for all the blessings I’ve been

Cinematic festivities

The 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival is in full swing with feature film competitions and shorts. Whether you are into experimental, documentary, or animated films, there will almost certainly be films to suit your taste. Besides the actual screenings, you’ll also see musical performances, panels, roundtable discussions, and get to share your love of film

Hash Bash

What better way to celebrate Michigan’s legalization of marijuana than the 18th Annual Monroe Street Fair Hash Bash Festival? Hosted by Charles Strackbein & Creative Recreation, the free music festival celebrates many genres. Bands to look forward to this year include the Syd Burnham Band, The Muggs, Hullabaloo, Kung Fu Lovers, and many more. Though

Mudhens opening day

Head out to Fifth Third Field for the long-awaited Mud Hens Opening Day! The season begins with the Mud Hens taking on Louisville, the beginning of a four-game series against them which will be followed by a three-game slate with Indianapolis. Enjoy the first game while wearing a Mud Hens scarf (included with ticket), then

Get the vapors

The Midwest Vapor Expo is a wonderland of vendors and information about new vaping products. If you like to get your vape on, you’ll enjoy exhibitors like Vapenjays, Aftershock, Juice Head, Sucker Punch’d, and many more. There will also be an advocacy panel with guest speaker Matthew Elliot, a former smoker whose talk includes ways

GROW naturally

For those who want to garden without chemicals but don’t know where to start, Toledo GROWs has your back. Attend their class “Taking the ‘Ic(k) Out of Organic” to learn about natural pest control solutions and how to enrich soil using traditional, organic practices. There’s nothing like growing your own food, naturally! $10 to register