All posts by Erin Holden

A Gentleman’s Guide To Love And Murder

An heir who would rather inherit his wealth sooner than nature typically allows embarks on a murderous plan to make his monied dreams come true! This musical may sound bleak, but it’s actually full of lively numbers and plenty of laughs. 2:30pm on Sundays. 8pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Runs Friday, September 13 to

Matilda The Musical

Roald Dahl’s story of a young girl who rises above her circumstances, with a little help from her special powers, comes to life in a delightful musical, Matilda, a crowd pleaser for all ages. An ideal play, with or without the grandkids. $15-$40. 2:30pm, Saturdays and Sundays. 7:30pm on Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays. Runs Friday,

The Gift Of Giving

The nonprofit It’s My Mommy’s Business has a mission to promote mothers interested in running their own businesses. This summer, they’ve hosted the Toledo Night Market, which brings local businesses together at the Toledo Farmers Market (which is unaffiliated with the series) to support another nonprofit. Their first event, held on June 15, was a

Autumn Market

Take advantage of the cooling weather at the Old West End Autumn Market, where a variety of vendors from the historic neighborhood and across Toledo will be selling their wares. The market combines the best aspects of a flea market and yard sale, with the added benefit of socializing with friendly community members on a

Toledoan Wins Ohioana Book Award

Toledo native Marcus Jackson was honored with an Ohioana Book Award in the poetry category for his book Pardon My Heart, a poetry collection that focuses on the Great Migration— the movement of African Americans from the south to the north and west starting in the early 1900s. Jackson, a University of Toledo alum and

The Green Book Project

The Toledo Museum of Art’s Master Series brings journalist Alvin Hall and photographer Jonathan Calm to open a discussion of their BBC Radio 4 documentary, The Green Book Project. Referencing the guide available to black motorists from 1936 to 1967 to help them navigate their travels safely across the South, Hall and Calm embarked on