All posts by Athena Cocoves

The Ark Family Room Series Brings Concerts To Your Couch

For more than five decades, The Ark has embraced area music lovers as part of its family. While artists won’t grace the stage until at least May 31, the iconic venue is making sure the music lives on with The Ark Family Room Series.  The free virtual concert series showcases some of the world’s best

Mac’s Acadian Seafood Shack

Fishing for a Saline treasure French colonists have a North American history rich in flavor. While most relate French settlers with Louisiana, where they fished and trapped throughout the bayou, the Acadians were French settlers who went north into Canada in the 17th and 18th centuries. Like their New Orleans counterparts, who lived off the

Fireflies on the Water at Toledo Museum of Art

Yayoi Kusama established her groundbreaking artistic vision almost seven decades ago, yet, at age 90, she’s the most Instagrammable artist at work today. Join other art-lovers, who relish in the opportunity to post pictures of their experiences with her work, when Yayoi Kusama’s site-specific installation Fireflies on the Water debuts at the Toledo Museum of

December 2019—Biz Buzz

ANN ARBOR Find colorful waffles, printed “selfieccinos,” bubble tea, espresso, and other vibrant treats at BeanBerry Cafe, now open at 305 S. Main St., by E. Liberty St. 7am-9pm, Monday-Thursday. 7am-10pm, Friday-Saturday. 8am-8pm, Sunday. 734-929-2415. After working closely with board-certified plastic surgeons in Ann Arbor, and spending 14 years as an expert in the

If you can’t DIY— just buy

Full disclosure: most of my holiday shopping is done in a full-on, Supermarket Sweepstakes-style fugue state during Handmade Toledo’s Maker’s Mart. I never know who I am buying for, but I always see enough cute stuff to know I can satisfy a handful of friends and family with the DIY and handmade goods. Fortunately, the