In movies, bipolar disorder is often depicted with bizarre and off-base representations of sexually promiscuous, Jekyll and Hyde-type young women. Not very often does a work of fiction touch on the familial impact of mental health through sympathetic characters. In Next to Normal, an Off-Broadway rock musical, portrays the story of a mother, with worsening
Art history isn’t just the story of how things were made, more often than not, it’s the story of how things come together. Such is the case with the Toledo Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, Frans Hals Portraits: A Family Reunion, opening Saturday, October 13.
Craving a little heat to warm up a cold, rainy Friday, we made the short trip from downtown Toledo to Northwood to visit the area’s newest fast-casual Asian fusion restaurant, What the Fried Rice, more casually known as WTF-R. The reward for the ten minute drive was healthy food and fast service. Keeping it fresh
See one of Rousseau’s most infamous works, The Snake Charmer, at the Toledo Museum of Art during a brief loan from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris as part of the new exhibit, The Snake Charmer and the French Avant-Garde.
Hart, one of Ohio’s largest independent marketing and advertising agencies, with more than a 50-year history, employs about 80 people, 60 based in Toledo and another 20 in Columbus.
To build a stronger, more inclusive community, Toledo natives Jason and Kelli Daniels see four objectives for the professional workforce: leadership, influence, focus and talent, four values that make up the acronym L.I.F.T.