- Photo by Lisa Cunningham
Activist Print. “What They Say, What They Said,” by local artist DS Kinsel, is currently on display on the Rosa Villa building, across the street from The Andy Warhol Museum. Kinsel is a partner and project leader in Activist Print, a year-long collaboration between The Warhol, Boom Concepts and Artists Image Resource, providing a space for artists to respond to current events. Sandusky and East General Robinson streets, North Side
Invisible Ink. Zippy the Pinhead creator Bill Griffith, an underground-comics icon, delivers a startling and beautiful graphic memoir about his late mother’s long-ago affair with a man Griffith only recently learned was a famed cartoonist in his own right.
Pot Farm. With marijuana gaining legalization, this game actually now has real-life applications (well, not really). But it is fun: How many plant variations can you grow? www.eastsidegames.com/game/pot-farm
- Photo by Charlie Deitch
Downtown Beaver. Just a short hop down the Parkway West, this is a great place to visit. The downtown has been revitalized in recent years with new sidewalks and lampposts, and by an influx of new eateries and shops committed to this main-street-centric community.