All posts by Erin Marsh

Call to Action: The Design of Protest

This year’s annual AIGA poster show, at Handmade Toledo, has a different twist— all submissions are designs of protest. The right to protest is a fundamental American privilege, and how and what we choose to protest reflects our society and our values. Call to Action: The Design of Protest celebrates artists’ voices while honoring freedom of expression.

ONE Yoga Festival

17 Toledo-area yoga and fitness studios have joined together as ONE, in collaboration with ProMedica, to host an outdoor yoga festival, Sunday, September 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Promenade Park. The all-day event, featuring yoga and meditation, fitness workshops, cooking demonstrations, wellness seminars, vendors, and other activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.

The Steinem Sisters Collection

With the widespread discussion of the Time’s Up Movement and #MeToo, the addition of the Steinem Sisters Collection to the Toledo Lucas County Public Library (TLCPL) is relevant and timely.

Yoga in the 419

Yoga experiences fall on a continuum. From gentle, restorative yoga to cardio-intense power yoga, every practitioner— young or old, new or seasoned— there is a studio and classes that fits his/her needs.

Strange Love: Toledo Opera’s season debut, Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers

Two friends fall irrevocably in love with the same woman, but there’s a twist: the young men vow to forsake the beautiful maiden to preserve their friendship. It’s not until years later, through an accidental encounter, that the priestess reenters their lives and almost destroys their bond. Georges Bizet’s opera The Pearl Fishers follows the