All posts by TCP Staff

National Welcoming Week Highlights Toledo’s Diversity

Just over 4 percent of Ohioans were born in another country, with 3.7 percent of Lucas County’s population representing foreign-born residents. While well below the U.S. share of 13.2 percent, the greater Toledo area demonstrates a growing population of immigrants. In Bowling Green, the share of foreign-born residents represents 5 percent. In Perrysburg, 4.7 percent.

Toledo According To… Michal T. Hamilton

Years lived in Toledo: My whole life. 36 years, and counting. Occupation: The Maintenance Main/ Owner of Michal T. Promotions LLC a Latin dance company. My story, in one sentence: A constant journey of self-improvement. A song lyric to describe my ideal self: “If you wanna make the world a better place, take a look

Picnic in the Park ‘Our Neck of the Woods’ to Benefit Cancer Survivors

42,730 people are expected to survive cancer in 2018, according to the American Cancer Society. In efforts to keep that number up and to empower those survivors, the Fernwood Palmwood Norwood Oakwood neighborhood is hosting their third annual picnic in the park, “Our Neck of the Woods” to benefit cancer survivorship. The event will highlight

Hub Group Sees Potential in Toledo

With the Toledo area renaissance in full swing, the City Paper salutes the progress of businesses, agencies and service providers that are transforming our region, beginning with the redevelopment of Downtown. Spotlighting the new digs of area leaders, we begin with this issue and will continue in upcoming issues.

Toledo According To… Payton DeMoe

Years lived in Toledo: 6 Years but have always lived in the surrounding areas Occupation: Manager of the Toledo Hemp Center My story, in one sentence: I came from a separated family and had to learn that you grow through what you go through. One song lyric to describe my ideal self: “So what, I’m

Focus On The Arts 2018

Don’t get us wrong—we love large, outdoor festivals—but as the warm weather dissipates, so does the appeal of beer-fueled crowds and daytime art fairs. Ready to head indoors for intimate art exhibits, such as the six gallery shows in Contemporary Arts Toledo’s SculptureX (September 26-27)? Or for staged plays, like Cutting Edge Theatre’s Pippin (November