Tag Archives: Lit – Note

Take to the Black Kite stage again

After a long layoff, forced by the quarantine orders, Black Kite Coffee on Collingwood recently restarted an Open Mic Night. Held on a bi-weekly basis on Tuesdays at 5:30pm, the Black Kite’s Open Mic welcomes artists of all stripes, from musicians to poets and more. Spearheaded by UT alumnus and Toledo native Samuel Rudd, the

Join Sylvania Franciscan Village for Dinner and a Yousef Bashir book

Join the Sylvania Franciscan Village for this month’s Dinner and a Book event, featuring a discussion of Yousef Bashir’s memoir The Words of My Father: Love and Pain in Palestine. The book tells of Bashir’s experiences as a child in Gaza, as his father steadfastly believed in peaceful coexistence with Israel, even as Israeli soldiers

CANCELED: Linda Sarsour Joins Toledo Library’s Authors! Event

UPDATE: Due to coronavirus concerns, this event has been canceled. The Toledo Library’s Authors! series continues with an appearance by Linda Sarsour to discuss her new memoir, We Are Not Here to Be Bystanders. One of the organizers of the Women’s March and a powerful and influential voice in the feminist community, Sarsour will talk

Wine & Words Beer & Books night at Suburban Bottle

Go deep inside the issue of social justice with two of Lucas County’s poets laureate during Suburban Bottle’s monthly Wine & Words Beer & Books night. The book club will discuss the poetry collection Undocumented: Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice with two of the poets represented in the book, Jim Ferris and Joel

Vines and Lines at Taste Wine Bar

Enjoy some lovely conversation while holding a lovely glass of wine at the February edition of Vines and Lines, a book club held in collaboration with the Toledo Library. This month’s book selection is Another Brooklyn, Jacqueline Woodson’s story about a young woman reminiscing about her childhood as she returns to New York to bury