Tanasio Loudermill Community Engagement and Creative Placemaking at The Arts Commission Years lived in Toledo: 23 (all my life) The Old West End is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of. The best meal I had in Toledo was the Ribeye Steak at Manhattan’s. The Old West End Festival is my favorite annual event.
We aren’t sure who the first person was that said, “I LOVE being single,” but we’re pretty sure they were a goddamn liar. Most people hate being single. What’s to love? Low life expectancy. Sure, that sounds great!
And maybe you’re one of the rare people that are actually #singleandlovingit—and that’s great, but we doubt it—then this guide won’t apply to you. Most likely, you are one of the many Toledoans who are #singleandtoleratingit. To that, we say: Welcome. You aren’t alone.
In Literature in Motion’s stage play, Cracks in Her Foundation, Mia Johnson, a pastor’s daughter, and once a recognizable face of the church, embarks on a dangerous journey, leaving her family and seemingly perfect life behind. Will she eventually return home, or will she continue on her path of destruction? $20-$45 | 3pm and 8pm
In Mallika Chopra’s chronicle, Living with Intent: My Somewhat Messy Journey to Purpose, Peace and Joy, she shares her experience finding balance in her life.
Gathering Volumes Bookstore welcomes author, Mark Cramer, for a celebration on his new book release, The History of Karate and the Masters Who Made It.
The 1990 non-fiction book combines scientific fact with lore and history, telling a dynamic story on our abilities to smell, taste, hear, touch and see.