ALTERNATIVE/POP/ROCK A.J’s Doolittles: 8525 Secor Rd., Lambertville; 734-856-3838; Storm Bandits: Fri. Bar 145: 5305 Monroe St.; 593-0073; Havers and Knopp: today. The Barn Bar: 3225 Centennial Rd., Sylvania; 842-8081; Sidekick: Sat.
Except where indicated, all area codes are 419. Toledo Museum of Art: 2445 Monroe St.; 255-8000; Silent Movie/Live Music Series: “Body and Soul” with Paul Robeson: today, 7; Hours: today-Fri., 10 a.m.-9; Sat., 10 a.m.-5; Sun.,
Local 55 Toledo iron workers Jose Sanchez, top left, and Nick You, and Charles Besley, bottom left, and Tim French, erect a beam from the World Trade Center during the 9/11 First Responders Last Call Memorial at the Toledo Memorial Park in Sylvania.
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike: The Village Players, 2740 Upton Ave., Fri., Sat., and Sept. 22, 8 p.m. Tickets, $18 general admission, $16 seniors 60 and over and students with valid ID, from 419-472-6817 and thevillageplayers.org. Sylvia:
Band/act: Flatline Revival. Lineup: Mason Koch (standing), guitar; Brian Bachler, drums; Alex Zoll, guitar; Austin Banas, vocals; Ryan Arend, bass. Year formed: 2013. Style of music: Rock. Sounds a little like: Guns N’ Roses, Ultra Bridge.
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