All posts by Jeff Klima

Water Watch: Two Vans, Two Politicians, One Lawsuit

 The NWF and friends, including the Alliance for the Great Lakes and the Ohio Environmental Council launched a lawsuit against the EPA to force a decision whether to accept the decision to declare Lake Erie NOT impaired. The group, which is seeking “impairment” status, is fighting against Gov. Kasich’s reluctance for an impairment declaration.

The Black Forest Cafe serves heaping helpings of authentic German food

If you can’t get enough of the annual German-American Festival in Oregon, you don’t have to wait an entire year to enjoy the food. The Black Forest Cafe, a restaurant on the German American Festival grounds is open year-round and serving up a wide selection of authentic German foods. Formerly a private club, the Black

Start High School hosts Spartanville Food Truck Festival

Consider starving yourself for a couple days beforehand, because when Start High School hosts the Spartanville Food Truck Festival, you’re gonna wanna come hungry. Food trucks in attendance will include Rusty’s Road Trip, Walle’s Rocket Bar, Nacho Danny, Serrant Concessions, Eric’s Ice Cream Factory, JoJo’s Chili Famous Dog, The Displaced Chef, Po Mo’s Ribs and

Pub Grub Cooking Workshop at Dégagé Jazz Café

Sure you like to eat pub-quality loaded potato skins, but can you make pub-quality loaded potato skins? Your heart and thighs might not thank you, but your stomach certainly will adore it when you sign up for the Pub Grub Cooking Workshop at Schedel Gardens. Dégagé Jazz Café’s Chef Mike Lambert will lead this class

The Yellow Envelope Author To Speak in Toledo

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single book— especially when that book is The Yellow Envelope: One Gift, Three Rules and a Life-Changing Journey by Kim Dinan. A memoir about Kim and her husband Brian’s trek around the world giving out money to strangers is an exhilarating tale of a life lived

Award-winning writer Ron Chernow makes a stop in Toledo

Winner of several prestigious writing awards including the Pulitzer, the National Book Award for Nonfiction and the American History Book Prize, Ron Chernow has some deep insight into writing powerful books. You can access that knowledge firsthand when he comes to Toledo for the Toledo Lucas County Public Library’s Authors! Authors! event on May 31.