Two alerts have been shared about road construction in the area.
First, the City of Mansfield has issued the following news releases related to road closures over the coming days:
Due to road work it is necessary to close sections of the following roads while work is being completed: More…
The Simple Goods show is celebrating its 10-year anniversary celebration on Saturday, November 5. In honor of this occasion, Simple Goods will include a variety of events prior to and during the show.
Ohio native Candy Looker, a primitive design artist and crafter, established Simple Goods in 2006. With the assistance of her husband, Tom, and sister and brother-in-law, Max and Harry Squires, Candy continued to run Simple Goods until June 2015, when she sold the show to Christina Hummel, a Pennsylvania antiques dealer, and Kris Casucci, a Massachusetts show promoter and antiques dealer. More…
Saturday morning brought clear skies, a bit of a crisp wind, and a ceiling of puffy clouds that created shadows darting across the north central Ohio landscape. When combined with a near-peak weekend for tree colors, what better time to head to Malabar Farm State Park?
These images were taken during the noon hour at this amazing historic landmark. We’re happy to share them with you on your Sunday – with a recommendation that you head down Pleasant Valley Road yourself sometime very soon!
These photos may be viewed at this link. For a full screen image, click on any photo, and then again on the full screen icon on the top right.
The Ren is now on the air.
The Renaissance Podcast is the newest artistic expression of Mansfield’s Renaissance Performing Arts Association. On Friday, its first episode was posted through the Podbean platform.
The first episode is entitled “A Conversation with Theodore Kuchar.” As shared on its website, “The Mansfield Symphony Orchestra (Mansfield, Ohio) is in a year-long search for their next Maestro. In this episode, Colleen sits down with the first of three candidates for the Music Director position, Maestro Theodore Kuchar, to discuss his world-wide career as the most recorded conductor in classical music, his love for baseball and fishing, and his childhood in northeastern Ohio.”
The podcast can be listened to below or at this link.
A story from Ancient Greece comes to Mansfield on November 4-6 as “The Tragedy of Julius Ceaser” is staged at Founders Auditorium on the campus of The Ohio State University – Mansfield.
“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Cæsar, not to praise him.” “This was the most unkindest cut of all.” “Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once.” Some of the most quoted lines in all of Shakespeare’s works highlight this tragedy about politics and deceit. More…