In his new book Desk 88, Senator Sherrod Brown reflects on the history behind the mahogany desk he sits behind on the Senate floor, and the history of individuals who occupied the seat before him, focusing on eight individuals who sat at Desk 88. Hear from Senator Brown during his upcoming visit, as part of
Hear about Steve Kosiba’s research on the ancient Incan empire and they passed down their historical narratives without the use of writing or pictorials. The University of Minnesota professor draws from his research in Cuzco in an Archaeological Society of America-Toledo Society lecture. 7pm | Friday, November 15 Toledo Museum of Art Little Theater, 2445
Get out there and strut your stuff during Equality Toledo’s “Flaunt: A Fashion Fundraiser” in the Registry Bistro ballroom. This unique event, combining fashion show and fundraiser, features designs from the Toledo School for the Arts, Détroit Is The New Black, and more, plus tunes spun by DJ 3pm and performances by other area artists.
This pop-up shop and exclusive fall-fashion event at The Heights Toledo features men and women’s clothing and home decor from Stella and Dot, Meig, Sophia Lustig and other local boutiques. Admission includes one glass of wine and a raffle ticket for a one night stay in a Renaissance hotel suite. A portion of the proceeds
The Team Recovery Toledo Fall Ball features Team Recovery founder Matt Bell. The fundraiser is a night of celebrating recovery and addressing the work that is yet to be done. A nonprofit that helps recovering addicts and their families, Team Recovery offers school presentations, detox and treatment referrals, and a family support group The event
A trio of hard-rocking bands will provide unforgettable accompaniment for silent films at the Blind Pig in Ann Arbor. King Under the Mountain will play tunes along with the pioneering short films of French director George Méliès, while death metal rockers Triangulations will accompany the unusual 1990 silent horror film Begotten, and experimental musicians Vapourbile