Few filmmakers in cinema history have had as profound an effect on the medium as Jean-Luc Godard, who earlier this month at 91.
PEMBERVILLE — Tim Graves and the Farm Hands will perform Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Live! In the House at the Opera House, 115 Main St.
PERRYSBURG — The horror themed fundraiser, the Goth Gala, will be bringing in local graphic novelist Dirk Manning and a local artist Robert Vanitvelt on Saturday to support teen literacy and raise funds for the Northwest Ohio Teen Book Festival and JustWrite Ohio.
Jazz guitar great Kurt Rosenwinkel is coming with his quartet to Bowling Green State University for Orchard Guitar Festival, set for tonight and Saturday.
It’s a new season starting on Friday for the Black Swamp Players, the Bowling Green based theatrical group.
As part of a celebration to welcome new artwork, Bowling Green State University will hold an opening reception and exhibition for "Portrait of the Artist, Running: The Times and Art of Daniel Bennett Schwartz" at 6 p.m. on Friday in the BGSU Fine Arts Center's Wankelman Gallery.
Wander the Warehouse District in Toledo
A hub of musical culture for more than 50 years, Finders Records is for sale and ready for a new owner.
The American labor movement has been the subject of countless films from the silent era to modern day.
PEMBERVILLE — The Lisa Biales Jazz Trio is the first of the 14th Live! In The House Concert Series.
(With the 88% probability of rain and potential of thunderstorms, the Grand Rapids Arts Council has canceled the Sunset Jazz and Art Fest set for Sunday. Posted Thursday, 10:30 a.m.)
Country music lovers can enjoy hours of free music with the Riverbend Band.
The Black Swamp Arts Festival has revealed its 2022 poster for this year’s festival, scheduled for Sept. 9-11.
Which was better, the book or the movie?
Diversity, inclusion and community involvement have been themes for gallery director, curator and Bowling Green State University art administrator Jacqueline Nathan, who retired on July 29.
BRANSON, Mo. — The show must go on.
WATERVILLE — Fez in hand, Chicago’s Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials will headline the seventh annual Blues, Brews and Brats festival, which will feature four performances.
As you read this column, my writing partner is tramping around Europe visiting five different countries. A high point will be hiking in the Austrian Alps.
WATERVILLE — A new music and event amphitheater is being planned for the city.
Bowling Green was always home to Alex DePue, and that’s where he’ll have his final farewell.
Jean Gidich-Holbrook’s winning portrait of a Flint musician is an example of the type of social commentary coming out of the 14th Annual Northwest Ohio Community Art Show at Bowling Green State University.
PERRYSBURG — The Guild of Artists & Artisans will return to the main boulevard for the 18th Annual Levis Commons Fine Art Fair.
Hollywood has a long history of making films that exemplify the “best” of what this country strives to be. Whether it’s a textile worker’s struggle to earn a decent wage or seven courageous men who volunteered to be strapped to a rocket and hurled into space. It might even be a country preac…
The colors are popping at the 14th Annual Northwest Ohio Community Art Show at Bowling Green State University, which starts today and runs until July 15.
The Black Swamp Arts Festival gave a thanks on Thursday to the Kiwanis Club of Bowling Green for their support of the Youth Arts Village.
PERRYSBURG — The Owens Community College Department of Fine and Performing Arts will host Lee Fearnside and Simone Spruce, both of Toledo, as this year’s Artist in Residence.
With the official start of summer only a few days away, we have already had several 90-degree days. Everyone has experienced the discomfort that comes with high heat and humidity that forces us to seek sanctuary in our air-conditioned homes and autos. Early theaters advertised their air-cool…
Saturday Night Live announced last week that cast members Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney are leaving to pursue other career opportunities, changing the trajectory of the longtime sketch show.
Lynne Kotlarczyk helps a girl with a weaving project at 112 S. Main St. where the Bowling Green City Schools art show was held during the 30th Annual Art Walk. Downtown Bowling Green and the Bowling Green Arts Council partnered to put on Art Walk.
Joan Slebos, from left, Teri Hansen and Lois Zeh, all retired school teachers and members of the United Woman Educators group, volunteer their time hanging art work Thursday morning in downtown Bowling Green. They were getting ready for the 30th Annual Art Walk event that opens at 11 a.m. Sa…
PEMBERVILLE — The Pemberville Freedom Area Historical Society presents the Live In The House Concert Series with the Midwestern Swing Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
The MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music at Bowling Green State University, in partnership with the Society for Minimalist Music and the BGSU College of Musical Arts, will hold the 8th International Conference on Music and Minimalism today-Sunday in the Moore Musical Arts Center.
The reigning American box office champion (per theater average) is “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” an independent science-fiction film by the Daniels (Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), exploring parallel universes through the eyes of a downtrodden mother.
Sunshine Artist magazine honored the Black Swamp Arts Festival’s 2021 poster design with Overall Best award.
The Porchfest neighborhood live music event is returning to Bowling Green with more bands on more porches.
And the Oscar goes to …
TOLEDO – Detroit-based interdisciplinary artist Tiff Massey has been selected as the 51st Guest Artist Pavilion Project Artist in Residence at the Toledo Museum of Art.
A documentary telling the story of both Democratic and Republican women who broke electoral barriers is the recipient of a $16,000 grant through the Ohio History Fund,, with an additional $10,667 in internal matching funds.
PEMBERVILLE — “Two Friends, Two Pianos, Too Fun” is the next Live in the House performance.
It’s lights, camera, action for the former cinemas at the Woodland Mall.
ARCHBOLD — The Toledo Symphony Orchestra will present “Soirees and Serenades” at Sauder Village as part of their 2022 Neighborhood Concert Series Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at www.saudervillage.org, by calling 800-590-9755 or by visiting the Welcome Center Office a…
After retirement from Bowling Green State University in 2004, Tom Klein went a little nutty for art.
“Gentlemen. You can’t fight in here. This is the War Room.” President Merkin Muffley to General Buck Turgidson and Russian Ambassador Alexei de Sadeski in “Dr Strangelove”(1964)
PEMBERVILLE — The GeezeCats will be the “Live in the House” Concert Series act for March 5.
Still recognized for playing his saxophone while walking down Aretha Franklin’s diner counter in the Blues Brothers movie, “Blue Lou” Marini Jr. will be blowing into town to play some music and do a little teaching.
Take an evening break and enjoy virtuoso performances from Bowling Green State University College of Musical Arts students.
Puppets, instead of people, are appropriate for a stage presentation on Baron Munchausen, who famously told tall tales about his adventures, bravery and exploits — each the most magnificent accomplishments ever.
The City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department and the College of Musical Arts at Bowling Green State University announce the return of free musical performances at the Simpson Building this winter and spring.
As part of the 2021-‘22 Mainstage Season, the Bowling Green State University Department of Theatre and Film will present “The Magnificent Baron Munchausen: His Travels, Triumphs and Tribulations” at 8 p.m. Feb. 17-20 and Feb. 24-26, as well as at 2 p.m. Feb. 19-20 and Feb. 26 in the Eva Mari…
Every year it seems the same rotating cast of Valentine’s Day movies show up, with a few new players supplanting the past generation.
There are love songs, and there are anthems. There are hot hits, and golden oldies. And then there is “American Pie.”