Culture Clash Records owner Tim Friedman is no stranger to challenges. And along with so many other small business owners, navigating the COVID pandemic while managing the day-to-day of retail is likely one of the biggest he has faced so far. However, seeing an opportunity, Friedman recently announced plans to relocate to 912 Monroe Street
Culture Clash Records has come up with a subscription program that gives music fans the albums they didn’t know they needed.
While we are all relegated to the world of online content on our couches, for the time being, it’s nice to remember the sheer amount of songwriting talent we have in our area. Here’s a short collection of sets and songs from your local musicians. All of them were filmed pre-COVID, but we’re hoping it
Bassel Almadani grew up in the college town of Kent, Ohio, but now finds himself on an international stage. His project, Bassel and the Supernaturals has performed all over the world, promoting awareness of the Syrian refugee crisis.
For the second year in a row, barbers will showcase their skills at the Art of the Cut, from 3-6pm on Sunday, March 1, in the Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle.
Local artists Yusuf Lateef and James Dickerson, aka dirtykics, have collaborated on a one-of-a-kind exhibition now at Maumee Valley Country Day School. Lateef, cofounder of Radiant City Arts, a for-profit collective that emphasizes arts education, is a visual arts instructor at the Toledo School for the Arts. Dickerson is a street photographer whose recent themes