In March 2017, the Metroparks announced that they were planning to build a treehouse village. We were pretty excited, and exactly 561 days later (yes, we have been counting), the Board of Park Commissioners has announced some firm plans for the Metroparks Toledo’s upcoming Treehouse Village in Oak Openings. Forewarned, there’s good news, bad news,
If you see camo trucks embellished with a tough Army bulldog, don’t anticipate conflict. Instead, expect to see the friendly faces of US Army Veterans Natalie Colon and Latasha Jones, owners of the new JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Toledo company. The two female entrepreneurs debuted their new environmentally-minded business on Saturday, September 22 during
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church’s monthly First Thursday Lunch lecture series begins on Thursday, October 4. The First Thursday series involves a soup and salad lunch at noon, followed by a presentation and Q&A.
“Paving For Pizza” isn’t a joke. If you listen to green-hued corporate city sponsors, the Glass City is paved with opportunities. And if you listen to Domino’s®, the Glass City’s roads are soon to be paved with asphalt, thanks to a new ‘public works’ campaign, “Paving For Pizza.” On Tuesday, September 25, the Toledo City
See the glowing, yellow-green coloration of Art Deco vaseline glass objects displayed by members of the international Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc. during their trip to Toledo for the club’s 20th annual convention.
In his latest book, Survival House, Mayo addresses the impact and legacy of “the collective mind of doom” through ten short stories. Meet the author and learn more about his fifth short story collection during a meet and greet at Gathering Volumes bookstore.