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ART TO HEART: Vivid Imagination

Though far removed in time from the psychedelic 60s, art reminiscent of that time is still appreciated and being generated by a new class of artists.  Landscapes that might be found on the side...

CITY PAGES: Toledoan’s Life of Deception Profiled in New Book

Cassie Chadwick was a woman way ahead of her time in the 1880s.  Intelligent, clever and possessing an uncanny understanding of human nature, Chadwick is one of Time Magazine’s Top 10 Imposters of all...

Living Poetry: Local author publishes first novel

Full of hardships, poverty, drugs, profanity and hope, Dan Denton’s first published novel deserves to be classified as “living poetry," as described in the book’s introduction. "$100-A-Week Motel" brings readers into the world of...

The Nutcracker Returns to the Stranahan

By Julie Pompa For most Toledo-area families, attending (or participating in) “The Nutcracker” has been an annual holiday tradition. The toy soldiers, Sugar Plum Fairy and Mother Ginger return this December, with four public...

December ART NOTES

Get Crafty before Christmas Give a unique, handmade gift and support a local artist in the process at the Toledo Craftsman’s Guild show, “The Winter Festival of Crafts,” Sunday, December 12 at the Franciscan Center...

Hudson Gallery Paints the Scene in Sylvania

When Hudson Gallery opened its doors in 2003, no one, not even owner and director Scott Hudson, could have imagined it would become, beyond a home for eclectic, original art, a hub for inspiration...