The Sandusky State Theatre will be the site of a weekend Christmas film festival, with admission just $1 to see them on the big screen, says the theater's executive director, Thomas Kazmierczak.
Charles Dickens has returned to Sandusky, in a way. Window displays for "A Christmas Carol" are back in downtown Sandusky, although some of them are on display at Sandusky Mall this year.
The 7 p.m. Sunday concert of the Firelands Symphony Orchestra at the Sandusky State Theatre will draw the biggest crowd in the history of the orchestra, says Jamie Steinemann, executive director of the orchestra.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Sandusky, where merchants have organized a holiday window-decorating contest and are inviting their customers to vote on the best one.
Fido and Fluffy need Christmas gifts this year, too, particularly if you care about helping homeless animals.
Bestselling author Brad Meltzer, who has done much to popularize Sandusky's colorful Masonic past, begins his new series, "Brad Meltzer's Decoded," at 10 p.m. Thursday on the History Channel.
President Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize, awarded in October 2009, looks even more ridiculous now than it did at the time.
The president has made it clear that he intends to stay in Afghanistan for years.
(My son, Richard Jackson, teaches English in Andong, South Korea.
I'm hardly an uncritical admirer of President Obama. But when he does something right, it seems only fair to defend him.
Need a cat? Now's a good time to get one.
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