“Dr. Scott” Sheridan talks about 25 years in the game Dr. Scott’s Pinball, on Conant St. in Maumee, is a dream come true for an arcade enthusiast. Only problem is, it’s not an arcade. Dr. Scott’s store specializes in selling classic pinball machines and arcade games. The beautifully maintained titles that line the expansive main
Two controversial Toledo City charter amendments put to a vote Two much-discussed and hard-fought-for amendments to the Toledo City Charter will be put before voters as part of a special election on February 26. The initiatives on the ballot include efforts to Keep the Jail Downtown Toledo, which if passed would require that any new
Since 1991, Stomp— the long-running stage percussion show featuring performers making music using unusual objects— has thrilled audiences, even inspiring some to later become cast members. This is the case for performer Krystal Renée, who was first exposed to Stomp while growing up in New York City. “I remember seeing the ads forStomp when I
As part of the CCM/All-Star Hockey Weekend that will take place in Hensville beginning on Friday, January 18, Toledo’s own heritage on the ice will be celebrated as the Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame inducts five new members.
A Doll’s House Pt. 2, set fifteen years after the initial play’s ending, examines what has happened in the life of Nora and Torvald in the time since she famously slammed the door on their marriage.