Theater audiences of today aren’t any different from the audiences of 2,000 years ago, says Guy Sanville, artistic director of the Purple Rose Theatre in Chelsea, Mich., located just west of Ann Arbor. They want to feel something, to explore a
Previewing the biggest movies this holiday season
AKRON — The last time Cathie Hilston was happy — truly happy — it was just after 7 p.m., one year ago. She was one of eight members of the Akron Bicycle Club on their regular Thursday night jaunt through the Cuyahoga Valley
OSAKA, Japan — Riding the coattails of the cat cafe boom, so-called animal cafes have become popular, especially in urban areas. Customers can get up close and personal with a variety of creatures — including snakes, owls and rabbits.
Making honey is hard work — for bees and beekeepers alike.
Fictional White House staffers visit candidate’s third Toledo office.
MacQueen’s Orchards’ 35th annual Apple Butter Festival is Oct. 2.
Cooler daytime temperatures in the late summer and early fall are key ingredients to keep your plants growing. That pillow of warm soil is also a good place to grow some seeds, especially grass seed. We enter the first week of fall with a sunny
Points, rewards, coupons, mark downs, markups, 75 percent off the original price ... shopping just isn’t fun anymore. The challenge is not just to find what you are looking for in stores with limited sales people. The challenge is to figure
‘Scream Queens’ actress finds new thrills writing books for children.