A longstanding Toledo icon, Mancy’s Ideal, has a renovated look with emphasis on their roots, by reopening the doors (of the former Revolution Grill), inviting the hungry and curious to come and experience the tradition that started in 1921. The Ideal, the Mancy restaurant posse’s/ kabal’s/ gang’s/ family’s fifth location, is a throwback to the
Directed by theater veteran Elizabeth Cottle and presented in the intimate space of Studio A, aptly referred to as the black box, the performance invites theater enthusiasts to journey into a Gothic nightmare.
“Mhoro” means “hello” in Shona, one of the languages of Zimbabwe. It’s a greeting spoken by Aron Kapembeza and Passmore Mupindiko, two sculptors who have traveled from halfway across the world to represent their nation, their culture, and their art, on display at the Toledo Botanical Gardens through October 29. Representing more than 300 Zimbabwe
Curling enthusiasts rejoice! On October 21, the Black Swamp Curling Center will hold its grand opening marking the 50th anniversary of the Bowling Green Curling Club. The celebration, open to the public with live music and refreshments, offers the chance to take part in the sport by throwing a ‘rock’ – the term for an
The Maumee River is open for adventure, romance, thrills, and family activities of all kinds. Toledo-area residents have choices for exploring, relaxing, or satisfying their adventurous side. If you’re looking for a day with the family and friends, date ideas, or a water-fueled adrenaline rush, these businesses have you covered: River Lures Kayaking 419-832-0989. Riverlureskayaking.com