The eight-course Chef’s Table Dinners continue to wow patrons of Brim House, and there are many more coming up this year. Each course is influenced by Chef Aaron Lawson, who brings his culinary expertise and a fusion of regional and world cuisine to the table each month for this series. Because there are only 26
It’s happening. It’s actually going to snow this year. And it’s supposed to be epic. We hope. Because we’ve got a long list of movie to get through, in no particular order.
Roses are red Love is a mess Tell us your story in 143 words or less From heartache to heartbreak, to finding your one true love, stories of romance seem to end one of two ways— “happily ever after…” or “f*ck that liar!!!” Think we’re wrong? Prove it by telling us your love story— whatever
Have you been affected by the government shutdown? Significant numbers of federal workers and their dependents certainly have. The shutdown has left government workers unemployed with their paychecks on hold, while those dependent on government support, such as those using SNAP or WIC, may also lose those resources. We’ve compiled a list of great things
Thomas Hofbauer’s breakout film is more relevant than ever To celebrate the 17th anniversary of Thomas Hofbauer’s directorial debut, In the Company of Strangers (2001), the film is being screened at the Maumee Indoor Theatre. It tells the story of Brian, a teenager who is arrested for assaulting a gay couple, and is sentenced to
When director Sonia Perez approaches a play, she’s always interested in how the characters are portrayed within the work. In the Toledo Repertoire Theater’s production of William Inge’s Bus Stop, Perez focuses closely on the female characters.