Ralph Warren’s debut novel Target marks the beginning of a new life for him. A new chapter in his remarkable story began in January 2017 when President Obama commuted his life sentence two days before Obama left office. Warren had spent 27-and-a-half years in prison due the ‘three strikes and you’re out’ drug sentencing laws. Now, Warren’s taking control of his future, pursuing his love of writing and speaking about his experiences in the hope that it will make a difference.
The book contains a collection of stories that tackle forgotten musicians, clubs of all different varieties, and a soul familiar to any lover of jazz, Toledo.
Do you consider yourself a foodie? One of those people who’s down for trying anything? Put that sense of culinary adventure to the test at Chuan Cai Fang, an unassuming area restaurant that boasts truly authentic Chinese food. If you’re looking for egg rolls and General Tso’s this isn’t the place— but, if you’re looking
“There’s not a lot of theater in Toledo that is new work with new playwrights. My hope is to raise awareness and to become a new opportunity.”
Fifty years ago, walking down Dorr Street was like marching to the beat of a drum. The African-American culture thrived and evolved into a place where people could celebrate who they were down to the core. Now for the second year in a row, Dorr Street Live brings the heart and soul back with