All posts by Scott Peterson

What goes bump in the night in Toledo?

Do you want to see what goes bump in the night? The Erie Shores Paranormal members will guide you through a tour of the Toledo Yacht Club’s most haunted areas. After the tour there will be a light dinner, and time for participants to freely roam the areas on their own. Dress accordingly for a

The Pro Home & Garden Show heads to The Seagate Center

Need help creating your dream home? Professionals at the The Pro Home & Garden Show will provide advice and products to turn these dreams into a reality. Booths will educate guests about the latest products. 4pm-8pm, Friday, March 24; 10am-8pm, Saturday, March 25; 11am-5pm, Sunday, March 26. $6/adults, $5/senior $12/three day pass. Free/ kids under

Glass City Social brings pop-up arcade to downtown Toledo

Downtown 419’s event committee Glass City Social will open an arcade/bar for one weekend only. Set up in the old Broer Freeman jewelry building; get the high score on your favorite arcade game while enjoying a craft beer. Will feature classic arcade games, billiards, craft beer and music from DJ Muha. Two sessions each day:

Say Yes to Improv at the Toledo Repertoire Theater

“Yes” isn’t just an answer. In improv, “yes” does a whole lot more. When performing, if an actor says “no,” the scene will end because it has nowhere to go. On the flip side, if you say “yes,” the scene continues. This is one of many fundamentals improv comedian Nick Morgan teaches during his Improv

Anchored: Toledo’s Bridal Show Alternative at The Blarney

Need help planning the perfect wedding? Anchored: Toledo’s Bridal Show Alternative will present a chance to talk to wedding vendors. There will be an opportunity to taste food and cocktails that could be served at your wedding. Even if you haven’t met the groom yet, it never hurts to start generating ideas and contacts. Anchored

The Paczki: More than a Pastry

This morning, Toledo bakeries were met with long lines of hungry patrons anxiously waiting for their favorite Polish pastry. It’s Fat Tuesday, which prompts many to purchase their paczki from a local baker, rather than a typical grocery store— mass-produced, machine-made paczkis are simply be contrary to custom. Handmade is tradition. To the untrained eye, you