All posts by Jeff Klima

The Toledo Book Club is meeting to discuss Green’s Paper Towns

Do you long for the passion and excitement of youth and freedom? YouTube star John Green has made a career out of writing on these tropes. The Toledo Book Club is meeting to discuss Green’s Paper Towns, the 2015 bestselling follow-up to his smash success, The Fault In Our Stars. When Quentin Jacobsen’s crush, the

Shakespeare discussion

“If music be the food of love, play on,” Shakespeare wrote for his character Orsino in Twelfth Night. At Midweek Shakespeare, an ongoing series in the Libbey Court, a sampling of the Bard’s sonnets, plus famous scenes from plays and other inspired works, will be discussed. You would be a welcome addition to an assorted

Mobile Meals has completely renovated its kitchen

Mobile Meals of Toledo has completely renovated its kitchen to allow for the preparation of more fresh meals. The Mobile Meals program, which provides warm meals for disabled, elderly, infirm or low-income individuals and families, has served over 13 million meals to Toledo-area citizens. Mercy Healthcare Center, 2200 Jefferson Ave., 419-255-7806.

Christmas at the Ben E. Williams Basketball Invitational

Get out and stretch your legs after taking it easy on Christmas at the Ben E. Williams Basketball Invitational,  featuring a full day of eight games between area teams. The match-ups include the Scott High School boys and girls’ teams, an elementary school matchup that promises to be adorable and a TPS Special Olympics game.

Toledo named a tech hub

Tech Toledo, Glass City supporters of IT innovation and tech startup aid, have seen four months of intensive work finally pay off with Toledo’s inclusion into the TechHire Initiative. One of 20 cities selected for the prestigious program, Toledo will benefit from the opportunities presented through a national network of established tech sectors. TechHire, which