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B&W film ‘Squaw Man’ featured at area opera houses PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 31 December 2013 10:01
The silent movie, "The Squaw Man,"  will be shown Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Pemberville Opera House and Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Grand Rapids Town Hall/Opera House. Tickets are $10.
This old-fashioned "Cowboys and Indians" movie was one of the first feature-length films (80 minutes) to be made in Southern California. It was a huge success at the time, and marked the start of Cecil B. DeMille's directing and filmmaking career.
The stars journey to American on the high seas, travel out West and build relationships with Native Americans, then come to a fateful shootout.
This evening will include the piano stylings of Lynne Long. Long played for the film "The  Black Pirate" last year.
Discarded goods find new life as artwork PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 December 2013 10:00
Sculptures and collages by Varujan Boghosian including the collage “Serpent + Swan, 2011” are on display at the Toledo Museum of Art. (Courtesy of the artist/Photo by Jeffrey Nintzel)
TOLEDO - Where some see relics of the past, one noted New England artist sees material for his next sculpture or collage. Varujan Boghosian regularly visits junk shops and antique stores in search of items he might use.
As sculptor, assembler, scavenger and conservator, Boghosian is an expert in gathering objects, such as old toys, puzzle pieces, metal banks, sheet music and shoes, and repurposing them to create works of art.
About two dozen of his assembled sculptures and collages are on display now through May 25 in the Toledo Museum of Art's Wolfe Gallery mezzanine.
The spoils of Boghosian's "picking" in antique shops hunts fill his Dartmouth College studio in Hanover, N.H.  Museum visitors can see a representation of that workroom in Gallery 18 and try their hand at creating their own assemblages through April 13.
Area Arts Events: 12-19-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 19 December 2013 12:21
Symphony in Rossford
ROSSFORD - Toledo Symphony Orchestra will perform The Sounds of Christmas! Sunday at 4 p.m. at All Saints Catholic Church, 628 Lime City Road.  Call  419-666-1393 for tickets.

Mobile Pantry photos displayed
LeSo Gallery, located at 1527 Starr Avenue in Toledo, hosts Food for Thought for an exhibition of photos from a day on the road with the Food for Thought Mobile Pantry.  The one night only exhibit will be Friday from 5 to 8 p.m.
Photographer Andrew Weber traveled with the Mobile Pantry this fall to capture images that tell the story of Food for Thought's efforts to feed the hungry.
The AdVerb Trio will perform.
The event is free with donations to benefit Food For Thought Toledo.
Dance, fashion, fabrics part of winter celebration PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 24 December 2013 09:31
TOLEDO - West African drum and dance, scavenger-style gallery hunts and a Japanese fashion show are among the swirl of activities set to fill the Toledo Museum of Art's galleries during The Great Art Escape.
The annual art-inspired winter celebration takes over the Museum between from Thursday through New Year's Day. (Closed Monday) and provides a host of programming daily.
Among the highlights is The Art of Japanese Fashion Runway Show, hosted by Toledo-Lucas County Public Library media relations coordinator and former Blade fashion correspondent Rhonda Sewell, on Dec. 27 at 7 p.m. in the GlasSalon at the Glass Pavilion.
The show culminates a fashion challenge issued to area artists to create a garment inspired by the Japanese aesthetic, and will feature the designers strutting the makeshift runway while wearing their creations.
Works on display include Bianca Naves' upcycled 27-pound-kimono and budding 12-year-old fashion designer Maya Ramirez's mini-kimono.
De La Torre puts up single PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 19 December 2013 12:02
Anthony De La Torre, who grew up in Bowling Green and now lives in Los Angeles, has released a Christmas video "Ven A Mi Casa Esta Navida."
Going by the stage name De La Torre has been working with composer and producer Desmond Child, whose credits in collaborations with Bon Jovi, Katy Perry, Aerosmith, Cher, Kiss and  Ricky Martin.
He continues to work on his debut EP, having released one song the emo-pop ballad "No Te Entiendo" and preparing to drop a second song from the album "Nosotros."
Of Cuban-American descent he has been signed by Child and Latin music impresaria Debbie Ohanian, to their new independent record label, artist development and management company So Success Entertainment.
The Spanish-language song - title means Come to My House This Christmas - is available at his website http://www.delatorremusic.com.
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