Since 2004, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library’s Film Focus series has been opening viewers’ eyes and minds to movies not found at the local multiplex. “Film Focus started as a way of showcasing quality and interesting, non-mainstream film in a community setting at the library,” said Tracy Montri, audiovisual department manager. “It was very
Since April 1, 1987, Bretz has been a place to be classy, wild, fun, comfortable and simply be yourself. Thirty years later, the nightclub at the far western end of Adams Street is now the longest-running LGBT dance club in Ohio.
In the political climate of 2017, it can seem unlikely that Christians and Muslims would be able to come together for the common good of the global community. Rewind to the 13th century, in the middle of the Fifth Crusade, when Europeans were set to take control of the Holy Land by overpowering a Muslim
A new art exhibition is bringing a glimpse of Mexico to Toledo. Through March 17, the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center’s Jose Martinez Memorial Galeria (1224 Broadway St.) will feature works from the Rasquache Artist Residency, the center’s first international program. The exhibition displays work by eleven artists, including SQACC art coordinator David Cuatlacuatl
Five months into the City of Toledo’s attempt to address the lead-poisoning risk in approximately 50,000 rental housing units built before 1978, a total of 12 properties have completed the steps necessary to be in compliance.
Those looking (and why wouldn’t one be?) to experience the Toledo dining scene’s most inventive and delicious fare would do their belly well to take part in Restaurant Week Toledo 2017, running February 27 through March 5. The seventh annual event, sponsored by St. Luke’s Hospital and Libbey, gives diners the opportunity to try special